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1. Orange and Ginger Glazed Tofu
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Tofu is never boring in our household. For this Orange and Ginger Glazed Tofu by Romy London, I’ve combined the flavors of zesty orange and zingy ginger in a delicious marinade and sticky glaze to make the tofu the hero of the plate. I love cooking with tofu because it’s so versatile and allows for getting creative in the kitchen. With a few simple steps, you can easily make tofu taste fantastic! Reprinted with permission from The Ultimate Guide to Vegan Roasts by Romy London, Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Romina Callwtiz
2. Sweet Potato Pasta with Walnut ‘Chorizo’
This Sweet Potato Pasta with Walnut ‘Chorizo’ by Lauren Lovatt is a great mid-week meal. You can make the chorizo and serve it with any pasta at all. I love to use bean and quinoa pastas as a gluten-free alternative, and this sweet potato pasta is a great way to enjoy the benefits of bold and bright sweet potatoes in your day. The walnut ‘chorizo’ celebrates walnuts, a Mind Food star ingredient, this time spicy and savory, packed full of flavor and giving great texture to this ‘smoky’ pasta dish, but can also be used in many ways in tacos, salads and as a topping to baked potato.
3. Tiramisu Oatcakes For One
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This Tiramisu Oatcakes For One by Lauren Smith is so simple, healthy, and delicious! Oats…coffee…zucchini…wait––zucchini? Oh yeah, these tiramisu oatmeal pancakes will even help you get some veggies in during the morning. The coffee flavor is intense enough that any earthy zucchini flavor is entirely undetected. Sweet coffee-flavored pancakes are layered with non-dairy yogurt for the perfect breakfast that will satisfy your sweet tooth. This tiramisu oatmeal pancake recipe is what you need in your life. You’re welcome.
4. Apple Muffins
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These Apple Muffins by Julie Zimmer are so good! They’re wholesome, moist and naturally sweetened with 3 cups of chopped apples, pure apple sauce, maple syrup and a high quality granulated sugar cane. Bound to please people of all ages, they’re great for breakfast, a mid-day snack or anytime. Also, they’re the perfect way to welcome Autumn! Enjoy!
5. Fried Hearts of Palm ‘Crab’ Cakes
Finally, a crab cake anyone can enjoy! These Fried Hearts of Palm ‘Crab’ Cakes by Melanie Sorrentino are deliciously simple to make and taste better than the real thing. Perfect on top of a salad, dipped in your favorite sauce, or added to a wrap.
6. Vegan Creamy Diane Sauce and Swedish Meatballs
These Vegan Creamy Diane Sauce and Swedish Meatballs by Katia Martin are almost a variation on a falafel but with lentils. They are moist, hearty, flavorful and the sauce makes it creamy and decadent. Dump all of that onto some creamy mashed potatoes and you’ve got yourself the perfect thanksgiving dinner.
7. Fried ‘Riced’ Broccoli Bowl
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A grain-free, fried “rice” perfect to add some color into your stir-fry. This Fried ‘Riced’ Broccoli Bowl by Mitra Shirmohammadi is simple, beautiful, and low in calories. A delicious alternative to cauliflower rice.
8. Grain-Free Pumpkin Cheesecake Brownies
These Grain-Free Pumpkin Cheesecake Brownies by Kat Condon are the perfect combination of fudgy brownie and pumpkin-spiced cheesecake! There is no denying the fudge factor here, friends. These brownies are probably the most gooey, fudgy and delicious brownies ever created. Ever. The fudge factor is insane.
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