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1. Crispy Baked Peanut Tofu
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This Crispy Baked Peanut Tofu by Mitra Shirmohammadi might be one of your new favorite meals. It’s super easy to prepare in less than 10 minutes and requires only 7 ingredients. Feel free to substitute the peanut butter with almond butter, cashew butter, sunflower seed butter, or even tahini if you have an allergy
2. Stir-Fried Choy Sum with Minced Garlic
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This Stir-Fried Choy Sum with Minced Garlic by Raymund Macaalay is one of the simplest Asian side dish you can make, it’s so simple you can make this every day without adding to much effort on your side. This dish like the name suggest is a dish made with blanched choy sum seasoned with garlic and a bit of soy sauce, enjoy it as a side of any meaty stir fry or roast Asian meats.
3. Spring Green Pasta
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This Spring Green Pasta by Wendy Irene is a light and delicious spring inspired pasta dish. It’s the perfect accompaniment to a picnic in the park or an outdoor BBQ. The fresh flavor of parsley along with the garlic is a delightful combination. Parsley promotes healthy digestion and is thought to be an anti-inflammatory, and can possibly help treat allergies, PMS and cramping. The chlorophyll, which is evident by the green color, helps rid your body of toxins.
4. The Best Vegan Chocolate Cake
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This Best Vegan Chocolate Cake by Gretchen Price is a very simple one to make especially because the cake recipe itself doesn’t require a mixer, it’s a one bowl mix and away you go!
5. Vegetable Stock Powder
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If you can’t be bothered with the effort of making your own vegetable broth, you’re going to love this instant homemade Vegetable Stock Powder by Nikki Stokes!
6. Pineapple Baked Ham
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The holiday ham, adorned with pineapple rings, is a magazine cover-ready classic. Here, you can stroll down memory lane with a plant-based version, complete with a layer of white “fat” wrapped around it and a sweet, pineapple glaze. You have to try this Pineapple Baked Ham by Plant-Based Meats, Robin Asbell!
7. Fettuccine With Vegan Champagne Alfredo
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This vegan Fettuccine With Vegan Champagne Alfredo by Heather Larson is equally as creamy, garlic-y, rich and cheesy, but without the fat and calories PLUS this one has a dose of bubbly.
8. Cinnamon Apple Graham Cracker Crumb Bars
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These Cinnamon Apple Graham Cracker Crumb Bars by Tori Cooper are simply a combination of the most amazingly soft and delicious cookie base and a classic cinnamon apple filling like what you fill a pie with. Of course, you’ve got to drizzle them with something extra like this amazing icing! Take advantage of apple season by making these soft, sweet, delicious cookie bars full of all the sugar and spice goodness!
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