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1. Italian Veggie Sheet Bake

Vegan Italian Veggie Sheet Bake

Source: Italian Veggie Sheet Bake 

I’ve been making this dish almost every week for months. It’s a great way to pack lots of veggies in (six different types, in fact) and the black olives and warm crusty chunks of bread are heavenly. This Italian Veggie Sheet Bake  by Luce Hosier is more of a lunch dish, but you could easily add some chickpeas or your favorite bean to turn this into dinner. The base of the sauce is rich and jam-packed with flavor, so don’t pass up this sheet pan delight.

Reprinted with permission from One-Pan Vegan by Luce Hosier. Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Luce Hosier.

2. Cinnamon Zucchini Cakes

Vegan Cinnamon Zucchini Cakes

Source: Cinnamon Zucchini Cakes 

These moist and succulent cinnamon zucchini mini cakes are a nice alternative to your regular carrot cake. These Cinnamon Zucchini Cakes  by Fabio Gallo are spiced perfectly, studded with walnuts and raisins, and then finish with a simple glaze drizzle to give them a sweet finish.

3. Mixed Herb Lentil and Wild Rice Soup

Vegan Mixed Herb Lentil and Wild Rice Soup

Source: Mixed Herb Lentil and Wild Rice Soup

This Mixed Herb Lentil and Wild Rice Soup by Taryn Fitz-Gerald is a delicious warming and flavorsome chunky soup, this dish definitely fills the spot. With sweet potato, carrots, celery, cherry tomatoes, and mixed beans, this soup is filled with wholesome nutritional goodness! Adjust the spiciness level to your liking!

4. Oil-Free Ground Elder Pesto

Vegan Oil-Free Ground Elder Pesto

Source: Oil-Free Ground Elder Pesto

Ground elder, also known as Bishop’s weed and goutweed, is one of the first abundant edible greens that appear in springtime. You can use ground elder in place of other dark leafy green such as spinach in soups, salads, stews, smoothies, or in this delicious oil-free pesto. Enjoy the garlicky, nutty taste and bite of this Oil-Free Ground Elder Pesto by Nele Liivlaid!

5. Chamoy

Vegan Chamoy

Source: Chamoy

Once you learn how to make chamoy, you’ll understand why this delicious condiment is so popular in Mexico. Enjoy your sweet, tangy, spicy, and salty sauce with fruit, drinks, and more! With a flavor profile in this Chamoy by Mitch and Justine Chapman that’s so hard to explain, you’re just going to have to try it for yourself!

6. Almond Caramelized Pecan Crumb Cakes

Vegan Almond Caramelized Pecan Crumb Cakes

Source: Almond Caramelized Pecan Crumb Cakes

These Almond Caramelized Pecan Crumb Cakes by Stephanie McKinnie are incredibly moist and delicious. They are egg free, gluten free ,and mildly sweetened with coconut sugar. There are a lot of ingredients in them, but it is SO worth it. A light, nutty muffin is topped with a buttery, crumble topping, and caramelized peanuts––it’s absolutely heavenly. They are the perfect autumn treat and will make your home smell amazing. Serve these pecan crumb cakes with dairy-free half and half or coconut cream.

7. Drunken Rum Raisin Ice Cream

Vegan Drunken Rum Raisin Ice Cream

Source: Drunken Rum Raisin Ice Cream

This Drunken Rum Raisin Ice Cream by Lisa Dawn Angerame uses actual rum, hence “Drunken Rum Raisin.” Even that little raisin looks a little tipsy, like it’s about to fall out of the ice cream scoop!

8. Rhubarb and Amaretto Crumble

Vegan Rhubarb and Amaretto Crumble

Source: Rhubarb and Amaretto Crumble

This British style Rhubarb and Amaretto Crumble by Adriana Zifarelli is the perfect dessert to enjoy after a plant-based meal. Sweet and slightly tart, it will conquer your palate no doubt.

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