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1. Plum and Radicchio Salad with Tahini Yogurt Dressing
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This Plum and Radicchio Salad with Tahini Yogurt Dressing by Desiree Nielsen is full of flavorful Mediterranean ingredients like bitter radicchio, tart plums, crunchy walnuts, and creamy yogurt. We really do not eat enough bitter vegetables because our palettes tend to be overly used to salty and sweet foods. Bitter greens such as radicchio and rapini stimulate digestion and are a wonderful balm for someone who craves sweets. Mint adds another layer of flavor to this special salad and helps to soothe the gut.
2. Rosemary Chocolate Chunk Cookies
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Soft, melt-in-your-mouth chocolate chip cookies with a healthy, fresh flavor. These Rosemary Chocolate Chunk Cookies by Barbara Zackey are gluten-free by using almond and oat flour. The perfect cookie recipe to save, you’ll want to use over & over! It was created to achieve the perfect soft, chewy cookie with chocolate-filled bites wrapped in rosemary flavor.
3. Blueberry Crostinis
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The perfect vegan appetizer for your holiday party is here – crisp these Blueberry Crostinis by Shanika Graham-White are the best meal starter ever!
4. Cinnamon Rolls with Sweet Potato Filling
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A simple, plant-based, whole wheat cinnamon roll recipe filled with sweet potato and cinnamon filling. These Cinnamon Rolls with Sweet Potato Filling by Natalie Martin MS, RD and Lexie Staten MS, RD are sweetened with pure maple syrup.
5. Roasted Cauliflower With Leeks and Tarragon
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This Roasted Cauliflower With Leeks and Tarragon by Kristen Genton is remarkable because of the depth of flavor – you get a hint of spice from red pepper flakes, anise from the tarragon, and a slightly sweet from the leeks. This exceptionally tasty ballet of flavors that will dance across your palate and straight onto your list of favorite recipes.
6. Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies
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Peanut butter and chocolate in the same recipe can only do good. These cookies are proof of that. These Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies by Sara Oliveira will be your new favorites! Who doesn’t like some crispy cookies that can be stored in the cookie tin or taken in the lunch box?
7. Tofu ‘Shrimp’ Scampi
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Vegan shrimp scampi? Oh yeah. This is an elegant dish that’s perfect for a special occasion. But, it’s still very fast, cheap, and easy to make. What more could you want? Made from marinated tofu, this Tofu ‘Shrimp’ Scampi by Rhea Parsons is heavenly when eaten with lemon butter paste. Dine like royalty tonight––this recipe is fantastic!
8. Veggie Dragon Roll
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Sushi. Is there anything better? While people normally associate sushi with raw fish, it actually lends itself really well to a variety of vegetables, most notably the humble avocado. There is something so delicious about the combination of sushi rice, seaweed and avocado with a little soy sauce to dip it in. There are so many other choices besides just avocado that you can use too, and it’s really just a matter of what you like. Dragon rolls are typically made with some type of fish (usually eel or shrimp), but this version uses tofu to get that meaty texture instead. These Veggie Dragon Roll by Lindsay Clarke are always served inside out with the rice on the outside and topped with sliced avocado and a spicy mayo sauce.
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