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Don’t worry, Battenberg is actually much easier to make than you’d think. Not only does this Battenberg by Aimee Ryan taste wonderful, but just looking at this beautiful pink and yellow checkered cake is a pleasure in itself.
2. Dairy Free French Toast with a Cinnamon Sugar Sauce
Source: Dairy Free French Toast with a Cinnamon Sugar Sauce
This Dairy Free French Toast with a Cinnamon Sugar Sauce by Robin Browne takes a classic breakfast to the next level. The pecan cinnamon-sugar sauce will knock your socks off. It makes for all the cozy vibes you need on your weekend mornings.
3. Mushroom Rice Stuffed Peppers with Tahini-Yogurt Sauce
Source: Mushroom Rice Stuffed Peppers with Tahini-Yogurt Sauce
These Mushroom Rice Stuffed Peppers with Tahini-Yogurt Sauce by Teri Macovei make an utterly delicious savoury meal, perfectly suitable for a festive occasion or a simple, satisfying family meal. The additional chilled Tahini-Yogurt sauce and the tomato base are elevating the flavours of this fantastic plant-based dish.
4. Sweet and Spicy Tofu Wonton Soup
Source: Sweet and Spicy Tofu Wonton Soup
This Sweet and Spicy Tofu Wonton Soup by Liv King is so tasty and soothing! It has a sweet yet spicy tofu filling that works so well in this soup because it adds a nice texture. The broth is very simple but perfect with the extra flavorful wonton filling. Yes, it takes a little bit of time but you’ll get the hang of it, and then it becomes pretty fun especially if you make someone in your house help you out. All that work will be worth it in the end!
5. Rajma Curry
Source: Rajma Curry
This Rajma Curry by Trudy Geneus makes a great lunch or dinner!
6. Black Forest Chocolate Mousse Cake
Source: Black Forest Chocolate Mousse Cake
Chocolate and cherry … quite possibly the best combination on earth. This recipe may not include the alcohol-soaked cherries and Kirschwasser of a true Black Forest cake, but it’s definitely not lacking in flavor. Some might say that chocolate mousse is not a component of a true Black Forest cake, but it should be! This combination in this Black Forest Chocolate Mousse Cake by Gretchen Price of chocolate cake, chocolate mousse, cherries, and coconut whipped cream is going to win you over — we promise.
7. Peanut Butter Tag-A-Longs
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Calling all Girl Scout Cookie lovers – these healthy, vegan and gluten-free versions of a favorite cookie are going to be your new best friend! These Peanut Butter Tag-A-Longs by Clean Desserts, Karielyn Tillman will be yours in no time!
8. Seitan Burger
Source: Seitan Burger
Inspired by Indonesian flavors, this dish is a delight for peanut lovers. Creamy peanut sauce, a.k.a. satay sauce, spiked with coconut and tamarind is the perfect companion to bean sprouts and spicy seitan. Seitan is a by-product of yeast. Here it’s used like an Asian version of faux pulled pork rather than formed into a firmer patty. It’s scrumptious with savory sauces like satay or other curries. You’ll find seitan in Asian supermarkets or natural foods stores. You can easily substitute seitan in this Seitan Burger by Nina Olsson with other ingredients such as tofu, tempeh, roasted vegetables, or beans.
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