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1. Layered Pandan Cake With Coffee Glaze
Source: Layered Pandan Cake with Coffee Glaze
Pandan leaves are one of my top ten favorite ingredients to use. They have a strong sweet aroma with hints of grass, rose, almond, coconut and vanilla. Here in this Layered Pandan Cake with Coffee Frosting from Solla Eiriksdottir, the plant-based milk is mixed with pandan leaves, then the milk is infused to bring this heavenly flavor into the cake. Recipe Text Credit: Excerpt (or adapted) from VEGAN AT HOME © 2022 by Solla Eiríksdóttir. Reproduced with permission from Phaidon. All rights reserved
2. Peanut Butter Fudgesicles
Source: Peanut Butter Fudgesicles
These Peanut Butter Fudgesicles from Robin Browne are heavenly, refreshing bites of peanut-like goodness. They’re easy enough to make and the perfect vegan summer treat to keep in the freezer for when that sweet tooth hits. You don’t need to turn on the oven for this treat. Grab in the freezer for one (or two) creamy fudgesicles, park your loot on the patio and soak up that summer sun!
3. Mediterranean Orzo Salad
Source: Mediterranean Orzo Salad
This Mediterranean Orzo Salad from Dominique Ebra is a delicious meal to make as a side dish or to share with friends!
4. Homemade Chinese Takeout Lunch Special
Source: Homemade Chinese Take-Out Lunch Special
Included here are two recipes for this Homemade Chinese Take-Out Lunch Special from Jackie Sheehan. One for the tofu egg fried rice and one for the fried tofu. Together they are perfection!
This quick and easy Congee from SC Chuang is so delicious you’ll want it every day. Simply toss all ingredients in one pan and cook for 20 minutes without stirring!!
6. Apple Quinoa Salad
Source: Apple Quinoa Salad
This salad is quick and easy to make and the only ingredient that needs to be cooked is the quinoa. This apple quinoa salad from Desiree Rodriguez makes enough to share with your family and you’ll have leftovers to enjoy the next day.
7. Cashew Mozzarella Stuffed Sweet Potato Rice Balls
Source: Cashew Mozzarella Stuffed Sweet Potato Rice Balls
These Cashew Mozzarella Filled Sweet Potato Rice Balls from Kirsten Kaminski are the perfect finger food for a party or dinner. They are crispy on the outside and deliciously creamy on the inside because they are filled with cashew mozzarella. Serve them with a salad and dip them in a savory dipping sauce as a bonus.
8. Chocolate Chip Churro Cheesecake Pop Tarts
Source: Chocolate Chip Churro Cheesecake Pop Tarts
No cake would ever stand up to these babies. These Chocolate Chip Churro Cheesecake Pop Tarts from Tori Cooper are perfectly flaky on the pastry part, the filling is creamy and cheesecakey (not to mention the tons of chocolate chips!), then they’re topped with all the cinnamon/sugar goodness of a churro and drizzled with a little glaze for cosmetic appeal and a good dose. You know you need these in your life.
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