These quick and easy Spring vegan recipes are simple and delicious!

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All of these recipes keep the ingredient count under 10, so you know they’re going to be affordable, easy, and simple!

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1. Potato Salad With Caramelized Onions and Walnuts

Potato salad with caramelized onions and walnut

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This Potato Salad With Caramelized Onions and Walnuts by Lenia Patsi is a delicious side dish that’s perfect for any occasion! Potatoes, caramelized onions and walnuts – what could be better?

2. Antioxidant Rich Kiwi Juice

Kiwi Juice

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Drink this flavorsome green Antioxidant Rich Kiwi Juice by Olivia Budgen and flood your body with antioxidants to heal and nourish your body.

3. Raw Hot Chocolate

Raw hot chocolate with a strawberry

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Craving hot chocolate but don’t want all that sugar? Try this Raw Hot Chocolate by Nikki Stokes instead! It’s creamy and delicious, and will definitely having a second cup!

4. Carrot Pineapple Oatmeal

Vegan carrot pineapple oatmeal

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Pineapple surprisingly pairs well with so many different foods and flavors, which is precisely the case with this Carrot Pineapple Oatmeal by Lauren Smith. Try this delicious combination for your next breakfast to see just how versatile pineapple is!

5. Marinated Artichokes

Marinated Artichokes

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Marinated artichokes have so many uses that they should be considered a pantry staple; they’re perfect for everything from topping pizzas to tossing into a salad or pasta to arranging on an antipasto platter. But store-bought versions tend to be mushy and bland—and expensive. These Marinated Artichokes from America’s Test Kitchen are easy, inexpensive, and boldly flavorful.

6. Cashew and Lemon Balls

Cashew Lemon Balls

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These Cashew and Lemon Balls by Sara Oliveira are wonderful to make when you don’t want to turn on your oven! They come together quickly and easily, and are packed with flavor!

7. Herbed Barley Pilaf

Herbed Barley

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You’ll often find simple barley dishes in Turkey, Morocco, and beyond, since this hearty, nutrient-rich grain has a firm texture that makes it well suited to accompany anything from robust proteins to delicate vegetables. This Herbed Barley Pilaf dish from America’s Test Kitchen has a judicious mix of bold herbs (fresh thyme, parsley, and chives) for an aromatic, balanced side dish. Cooking an onion and then toasting the barley before adding a measured amount of water enhanced the barley’s inherent nuttiness.

8. Golden Mylk Adaptogen Cups

turmeric, vegan, dessert, delicious

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Turmeric is a very effective nutritional supplement and has countless benefits. Curcumin, the bioactive ingredient in turmeric, can increase neural stem cell growth by as much as 80% at certain concentrations. It’s best absorbed when paired with healthy fats and black pepper, so this Golden Mylk Adaptogen Cups recipe by Tiffany Kinson is a perfect blend to maximize absorption.

9. Coconut Lemon-Drop Cookies

Coconut Lemon-Drop Cookies

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These Coconut Lemon-Drop Cookies by Wendy Irene come together with little effort and use easy ingredients! If you’re craving a different sort of cookie, give these a try!

10. Easy Tahini Granola

Easy Tahini Granola

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This Easy Tahini Granola recipe by Robin Runner is super flexible so don’t stress if you’re missing an ingredient or if you wish to add something else you love. Granola is so incredibly easy to make and stores perfectly in your pantry.

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Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammationheart healthmental wellbeingfitness goalsnutritional needsallergiesgut health and more! Dairy consumption also has been linked many health problems, including acnehormonal imbalancecancerprostate cancer and has many side effects.

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