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1. Oatmeal Cookie Granola
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To say I’m obsessed with this granola would be a massive understatement. Before I left for college, I actually sent my mom the recipe and begged her to send me a batch while I lived in the dorms! It took quite a bit of trial and error, but it turns out that crispy rice cereal is the secret to irresistibly light and crunchy clusters. Simmering the sugars also creates these massive clumps that are perfect for late-night snacking. On that note—I leave you with a word of caution: This Oatmeal Cookie Granola by Elaine Skiadas stuff is highly addictive.
Credit: Reprinted with permission from Fantastic Vegan Recipes for the Teen Cook by Elaine Skiadas. Page Street Publishing Co. 2023. Photo credit: Elaine Skiadas.
2. Chocolate Raspberry Crepe Cake
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This is the most fun cake to make! These layers of thin and delicious crepes make up this Chocolate Raspberry Crepe Cake by Amy Lanza. Layer the crepes with thick vegan cream or yogurt, fresh raspberries and chopped chocolate.
3. Chai Spice Grain-Free Granola
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When I was a kid, I loved adding granola to sweetened yogurt. The textures and flavors were so delicious, and it was filling, too! This Chai Spice Grain-Free Granola by Shivangi Rao has warm, subtle flavors that will remind you of a hot cup of Indian chai. It also packs a heap of healthy fats, protein, and fiber and is free of grains and refined sugars. Enjoy this with plant-based milk, mix it with fresh fruit, or use it to top yogurt, chia pudding, or overnight oats.
4. Carrot Cake Muffins
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5. Vegetable Spring Roll
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This Vegetable Spring Roll by S.C. Chuang tastes so good even without any condiments or dipping sauces. I got to say you need to spare some time to make these at home! Nothing can beat homemade fresh spring rolls with your preferred fillings. So shatteringly crunchy on the outside with tender, juicy, spiced shredded vegetables.
6. Beer Cheese Black Bean Burger
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If you love dense, flavorful meals that don’t disappoint, you have to try this Beer Cheese Black Bean Burger by Gabrielle St. Claire. The burgers are made from seasoned black beans, mushrooms, and plenty of herbs; they’re topped with creamy beer cheese sauce, plus crunchy onion rings. While the ingredients to this homemade black bean burger are varied, the steps are easy-peasy. It’s the ultimate comfort meal. You’ll feel like you’re at the pub without even having to leave the comfort of your home!
7. Cheeseburger Mac and Cheese
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Cheeseburgers and mac and cheese are two of the most common comfort foods. On their own, they’re delicious. And together? Well, try out this Cheeseburger Mac and Cheese by Gin Butters and you’ll find out! It includes macaroni pasta smothered in rich, creamy, and yes, life-changing, cheese sauce. Not to mention, a hefty portion of ground beef-style crumbles. Indulge away!
8. Mac and Cheese Pies
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Macaroni pie is a Scottish delicacy that consists of a crisp, crumbly pastry crust that’s filled with macaroni and cheese. This Mac and Cheese Pies by Emily Wilkinson is a dairy-free version recreates it perfectly, from the crust to the gooey, cheesy mac and cheese filling. There’s something otherworldly about the way these things come together, so much that you’ll probably be left speechless when you take your first bite. You can make one large pie for this recipe or several small ones, if you’re looking to make a shareable appetizer.
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