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1. Roasted Winter Vegetable Bowls with Couscous, Romesco Sauce, and Tahini Drizzle
This recipe may seem like it has a lot of steps, but they are all easy and can basically be done at the same time. While the vegetables are roasting, you can make all other components of the dish so that everything is ready to go when the vegetables are done.
2. Apple Cranberry Crumble Pie
Source: Apple Cranberry Crumble Pie
This Apple Cranberry Crumble Pie by Shanika Graham-White is the best version of pie you’ll ever enjoy! Made from the best Fall flavor duo— cranberries + apples, this pie comes based with a delicious, flaky vegan crust (infused with hints of citrus) and topped with a crunchy brown sugar crumble that simply melts in your mouth with every bite. Just like with your other favorite pies, a generous scoop of vegan vanilla ice cream makes everything better!
3. Healthy Vanilla Chocolate Chip Banana Bread
4. White Chocolate Tart
Source: White Chocolate Tart
This White Chocolate Tart by Lena Novak also has caramel, a nutty crust and Dark Chocolate Drizzle and is a luscious, yet nutritious dessert. Not to mention, it is easier to make than you think. Give it a try and your family will thank you!
5. Sweet Potato Lentil Stew
Source: Sweet Potato Lentil Stew
6. One-Pan White Wine and Preserved Lemon Pasta
This One-Pan White Wine and Preserved Lemon Pasta by Rebekah Waters is quick, easy, and packed full of green veggies. The preserved lemon provides an unexpected tart-salty kick and the white wine amps up the flavor. It’s the perfect meal for weeknights or date nights in spring.
7. Cranberry Bread Dumplings With Red Wine Mushroom Sauce
Bread dumplings are a dish that every Austrian knows from dinners at grandma’s house. Traditionally made with eggs, these are held together with ground flax seeds. Fresh cranberries, parsley, and chopped almonds not only make these dumplings festive and pretty to look at, they also taste amazing. Add these Cranberry Bread Dumplings With Red Wine Mushroom Sauce by Melina Kutelas served alongside a red wine mushroom sauce, the two go together like no other. Add them to your holiday spread, or alongside a veggie loaf or just make them on their own.
8. Baked Sabudana Vada: Indian Tapioca Fritters
Sabudana is a delicious deep-fried snack that is popular in Maharashtra, India that is made from soaked sabudana (tapioca pearls), boiled and mashed potatoes, coarsely crushed peanuts, and a few spices. These Baked Sabudana Vada: Indian Tapioca Fritters by Freda Dias are a little spicy and somewhat sweet- everything you want in one snack! They are quite filling and will keep your tummy and soul sorted and satisfied until your next meal.
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