From balsamic bucatini to simple French toast, our top eight vegan recipes of the day!

Sun-dried Tomato, Basil & Balsamic Bucatini

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1. Sun Dried Tomato, Basil & Balsamic Bucatini

Vegan Sundried Tomato, Basil & Balsamic Bucatini

Source: Sun Dried Tomato, Basil & Balsamic Bucatini

This simple pasta with sun-dried tomato, basil and balsamic vinegar turned out to be a favorite dish in this cookbook. The secret ingredient is balsamic vinegar, which adds a rich and tangy depth of flavor that takes this paste to the next level. Try this Sundried Tomato, Basil & Balsamic Bucatini from Rebecca Hincke!

2. Easy French Toast

Vegan easy French toast

Source: Easy French Toast

This Easy French Toast from Caroline Doucet is French toast without eggs or sugar. These are made from plant-based milk mixed with ground flaxseed, cinnamon and vanilla. It’s that simple. Top them with fruit and nut butter for a sugar-free option or go traditional with maple syrup.

3. Warm Kale Salad

Vegan Warm Kale Salad

Source: Warm Kale Salad

This warm kale salad from Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler, along with the miso ginger dressing, is the kind of meal where once you’re done, you’ll want to pick up the bowl and lick it clean when no one is looking. The combination of kale, roasted sweet potatoes, quinoa and nuts makes for a delicious meal that feels like a warm hug on a cold fall or winter day. Kale’s hardiness also allows you to make this dish a few days in advance and enjoy it as a quick healthy meal on a busy weekday.

4. Roasted Tomatillo Dressing

Vegan roasted tomatillo dressing

Source: Toasted Tomatillo Dressing

This light, refreshing and so damn flavorful Roasted Tomatillo Dressing from Maria Koutsogiannis is truly to die for. Use it on your favorite salad, pasta salad or as a marinade for a burst of flavor that screams summer.

5. Kale With Caramelized Onions And Cumin

Vegan kale with caramelized onions and cumin

Source: Kale With Caramelized Onions And Cumin

This kale with caramelized onions and cumin from Rinku Bhattacharya is a simple and festive dish, with the magically complex sweetness of the caramelized onion merging with the raisins, offering a smooth balance between the light and bitter notes of the kale.

6. Strawberry Parfait

Vegan Strawberry Parfait

Source: Strawberry Parfait

Like a single serving of strawberry shortcake, this Strawberry Parfait from Lucie Javorska is deconstructed into its fruity, creamy and crunchy elements and layered on top of each other into a beautiful, secretly healthy dessert or breakfast.

7. Strawberry Protein Pudding Breakfast Parfait

Vegan Strawberry Protein Pudding Breakfast Parfait

Source: Strawberry Protein Pudding Breakfast Parfait

I played around with different flavors and ingredients and ended up with this super tasty strawberry version, which is basically a mixed chia pudding. I would only use the pudding until one morning I added the leftovers from one of the batches to my morning oats. TREE! The once pudding recipe turned into so much more. Try this Strawberry Protein Pudding Breakfast Parfait from Kat Condon!

8. Strawberry Tiramisu

Vegan Strawberry Tiramisu

Source: Strawberry Tiramisu

This unique take on tiramisu skips the espresso for another eclectic combination of flavors. Pauline Hanuise’s Strawberry Tiramisu starts with a crumbly vegan cookie base, continues with some raw cocoa powder and velvety coconut whipped cream, and ends with a healthy dollop of fresh strawberries mixed with coconut sugar. yum!

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