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1. Grilled leeks with vegan feta cheese
Source: Grilled Leek with Vegan Feta Cheese
If you love grilling just about any vegetable I have in the fridge, and this grilled leeks with vegan feta cheese from Alice Carbone Tench is no different. When you add the vegan feta cheese, you make a perfect starter.
2. Cucumber salad
Source: Cucumber salad
This Cucumber Salad from Jackie Sheehan is super easy to make and is a delicious side dish or tasty snack!
3. Veggie puff pastry with herb ricotta
Source: Veggie Puff Pastry With Herb Ricotta
Vegan Herbs Ricotta & Veggie Puff Pastry! In this Veggie Puff Pastry with Herb Ricotta from Barbara Zackey, whipped, smooth, and fresh vegan ricotta fills this puff pastry with flavors from the garden—a springtime recipe that begs to be brought to the party. The pleasure of decorating the dough with fresh vegetables cut into petals almost hides the fact that you are cooking. It is a dish that is meant to be loved for its appearance before being cut into small divided squares.
4. Shakshuka of red bell pepper and sun-dried tomato, chickpeas
Source: Shakshuka with red bell pepper and sun-dried tomato, chickpeas
This Red Bell Pepper and Sun Dried Tomato Shakshuka from Amy Lanza is packed with flavor, color and texture and takes just 25 minutes to make. It’s a great all-round dish, perfect with a hunk of bread for brunch or with rice and potatoes for dinner.
5. Buckwheat muesli
Source: Buckwheat Granola
The star is the buckwheat, which gives this granola a special taste and an unparalleled crunch. This Buckwheat Granola from Sara Oliveira is gluten-free and perfect for breakfast or snack!
6. Salted Caramel Chocolate Truffles
Source: Salted Caramel Chocolate Truffles
Date caramel is a great kind of vegan caramel. It only takes a few minutes to whip, dip in chocolate, and finish with flaky sea salt. These Salted Caramel Chocolate Truffles from Vegan Chocolate Treats from Ciarra Siller are a simple little treat. Feel free to keep these in your freezer, then thaw them a few times at a time for about 15 minutes before devouring them. Reprinted with permission from Vegan Chocolate Treats by Ciarra Siller, Page Street Publishing Co. 2020. Photo credit: Ciarra Siller
7. Espresso Truffles
Source: Espresso Truffles
Do you love healthy chocolate truffles? Then you should try these vegan chocolate Espresso Truffles. These Petra Vogel Espresso Truffles taste great and will impress anyone who tries them!
8. No-Bake Chocolate Date Truffles
Source: No-Bake Chocolate Date Truffles
These No-Bake Chocolate Date Truffles from Wholesome LLC are for you if you love dates, haven’t had dates yet, but are looking for a great recipe to try them out. They’re great for eliminating or reducing your refined sugar intake, and a great choice if you want a healthier dessert option for you and the family.
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