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1. Enlightened Soy Curls Al Pastor
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You are going to love this plant-based version of authentic al pastor tacos. Serve these Enlightened Soy Curls Al Pastor by Wes Allison on homemade corn tortillas topped with minced onions, cilantro, and lime juice.
2. Banana Strawberry Bread
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If you’re looking for a dairy-free & eggless banana strawberry bread recipe, then this is it! This Banana Strawberry Bread by Priya Lakshminarayan has the perfect texture and taste. Make this easy-to-bake whole wheat banana bread if you have some ripe bananas or are craving a vegan dessert.
3. Black-Eyed Pea Curry
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Colder, rainier days call for warm, comforting recipes. Meals with legumes, especially beans, are a great example of this. The texture, rich flavor, and satiety they give us are responsible for this feeling. Adding legumes with spices, even better, since this “warming” effect increases even more. If you’re looking for a cozy meal, this Black-Eyed Pea Curry by Sara Oliveira is perfect!
4. Carrot Cake Oat Bars
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These Carrot Cake Oat Bars by Vicky Coates require only 10 ingredients to make, most of which you’ll probably have in your cupboard already. Its super simple with only one bowl needed
5. Apple Almond Butter Snack
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This fun little snack can be quickly assembled by slicing a small apple and topping it with a thin layer of raw almond butter. Apples and nut butter are nothing new, but somehow the addition of hemp hearts and crunchy cocoa nibs, makes them that much more satisfying. These Apple Almond Butter Snacks by Nikki and Zuzana are perfect for an afternoon snack. They are high in protein, high in fiber, and there is plenty of taste in every bite.
6. Almond Flour Pineapple Upside Down Cake
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This Almond Flour Pineapple Upside Down Cake by Lauren Kirchmaier is a lightened up pineapple upside down cake made gluten-free and vegan with almond flour and sweetened with pineapple and unrefined coconut sugar.
7. Vintage Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
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This Vintage Pineapple Upside-Down Cake by Renee McKenzie is just like the one that’s probably camping out in the recesses of your dessert memories – but way better than that. Sweet caramelized pineapple rings, fluffy and tender cake, even the Maraschino cherries make an appearance!
8. Super Greens, Brown Rice, and Tempeh Macro Bowl
Source: Super Greens, Brown Rice, and Tempeh Macro Bowl
This Super Greens, Brown Rice, and Tempeh Macro Bowl by Rachel Mansfield will give you the fuel you need to make it through your day. It has brown rice, chickpeas, and tempeh to give you lasting energy throughout the day, cucumbers for crunch, and wakame for a burst of unique flavor that you can get only from sea veggies. Power bowls make great meals because it’s so easy to get variety — if you’re not a fan of rice, you can easily swap it out for a different grain. You can prep these bowls the night before and then bring them along as lunch for work or school.
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