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1. Spinach Crepes

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Don’t be intimidated by making crepes—they are much easier than you might think! These Spinach Crepes by Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler take about 20 minutes to prepare and miraculously don’t fall apart or stick to the pan, despite the absence of eggs and oil in the batter.

2. Healthy No-Bake Brownies

Healthy No-Bake Brownies

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These Healthy No-Bake Brownies by Angelina Papanikolaou are made in just 5 minutes using simple raw ingredients! These brownies are literally what chocolate dreams are made of.They are chewy, rich, super fudgy, and decadent! Plus the ingredient list is made up of simple ingredients – cashews, cacao, coconut oil, dates, prunes, sea salt.


3. Green Pea Fusilli Salad with Orange Citrus Vinaigrette

Vegan Green Pea Fusilli Salad with Orange Citrus Vinaigrette

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This Green Pea Fusilli Salad with Orange Citrus Vinaigrette by Julie Zimmer can be served as a meal or side dish, this green fusilli salad is refreshing and flavorful. It’s a salad that will fill you up, but in a light kind way. It’s also easy to make. Packed with vitamins, fibre and minerals, the green pea fusilli in this dish will also give you good quality plant protein. Made with 100% green peas ground into flour, the fusilli is an alternative to traditional pasta and great way to get your plant protein without lentils or tofu.


4. Triple Layered Chocolate Hazelnut Cake

Vegan Triple Layered Chocolate Hazelnut Cake

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If you are thinking that this Triple Layered Chocolate Hazelnut Cake by Lena Novak is too much work, please don’t. It only seems that way at first glance. Besides, even if it was a bit of work, the result worth every minute. It is creamy and crunchy at the same time with all the yummy flavors melting together.


5. Sweet Potato Maui Burgers

Vegan Sweet Potato Maui Burgers

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There is a reason that we all love that sweet potato goodness; they are arguably one of the most nourishing vegetables out there. They are delicious, filling, and packed with enough energy to keep you going up throughout the day. These Sweet Potato Maui Burgers by Katia Martin are no exception.

6. Chocolate-Covered Stuffed Dates

Vegan Chocolate-Covered Stuffed Dates

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Chewy dates, stuffed with creamy nut butter, coated in chocolate, and sprinkled with sea salt. Are you drooling yet? These Chocolate-Covered Stuffed Dates by Tara Sunshine are so freakin yummy. Bonus is, they are super easy to make, free of refined sugar, and suitable for vegan, gluten-free, and paleo diets. Doesn’t get much better than that.

7. 3-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Almond Clusters

Vegan 3-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Almond Clusters

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If you’re craving an easy, chocolatey snack that’s better for your body than the usual store-bought chocolates, then these 3-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Almond Clusters by Michele Elizabeth are a must-make. Crunchy, sweet, and salty, they hit three cravings in one bite-sized treat — plus, they have chocolate. It’s so easy to make them in big batches that you can always have a batch stored in your refrigerator.


8. Chocolate Almond Energy Bites

Vegan Chocolate Almond Energy Bites

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These Chocolate Almond Energy Bites by Maryke Wylde are a snack for energy that will sustain you, plus a chocolatey taste to make it yum! A dairy free snack that travels well and will keep for about a week in the fridge in an air tight container. You can make batches of these and freeze them until you are ready to transfer to the fridge.

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