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1. Trifecta Burger
Source: Trifecta Burger
The three Ts of soy (TVP, Tofu, and Tempeh) join forces to create a protein-packed burger that will rock your socks off. Serve this Trifecta Burger by Joni Marie Newmanon a toasted bagel or toasted white bun with a generous schmear of Tangy Tahini Sauce (page 189), lettuce, tomato, and sprouts, as pictured. A big helping of steamed veggies would also complement this nicely.
2. Banana Muffins
Source: Banana Muffins
Banana muffins are really comforting. The beautiful little dark flecks of banana throughout the bread always invoke a smile. We hope these delightfully sweet Banana Muffins by Wendy Irene make you feel warm, happy and smiling from the inside out!
3. Deep Dish Chickpea Omelette
Source: Deep Dish Chickpea Omelette
4. Apple Quinoa Salad
Source: Apple Quinoa Salad
This Apple Quinoa Salad by Desiree Rodriguez is quick and easy to make and the only ingredient that needs to be cooked is the quinoa. It makes enough that you can share it with your family and have left overs to continue enjoying it the next day.
5. Maple Pecan Tahini Fudge
Source: Maple Pecan Tahini Fudge
This Maple Pecan Tahini Fudge by Tara Sunshine is luscious and creamy with a wonderful maple flavour and a nice little crunch from the pecans. Bonus is, it’s vegan, paleo, keto, refined sugar free, and packed with healthy fats and protein, too!
6. Sweet and Savory Spiced Nuts
Source: Sweet and Savory Spiced Nuts
You’re hosting a party and want a quick and easy “wow” appetizer. It’s game day or movie night and you’re looking for something to nosh. You’re going to a party and need a hostess present to bring. Rather than dumping a can of store-bought nuts in a bowl, why not take a few extra minutes and whip up these delicious spiced nuts? These Sweet and Savory Spiced Nuts by Holly Bertone are going to take that bowl from boring to brilliant and no one needs to know how easy they are to make.
7. Beet, Cabbage, and Kidney Bean Borscht
You will find yourself craving this wholesome beet, cabbage, and kidney bean borscht again and again. Beets are an incredibly healthy food, believed to build the blood according to Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine, and aiding in nitric oxide production, with the potential to enhance endurance in athletes! Try out this Beet, Cabbage, and Kidney Bean Borscht by Allie Penner!
8. Orange Jam
Source: Orange Jam
This is such and quick and easy jam to make for when you’re craving something sweet to put on toast or oatmeal. Strawberry jam is fun, but why not switch it up! Try out this Orange Jam by Lenia Patsi––it’s delicious!
9. Cheesy Broccoli Tots With Ranch Dipping Sauce
Think you need potatoes to make perfect tots? These Cheesy Broccoli Tots With Ranch Dipping Sauce by Shea Cope are made by combining black-eyed peas and broccoli, plus nutritional yeast to give it that cheesy flavor. They’re baked, not fried, but they turn out with that perfect texture — crisp on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside. Served with cashew ranch dip, these tots are perfect for any occasion.
10. Buckwheat and Avocado Tabbouleh
Source: Buckwheat and Avocado Tabbouleh
This Buckwheat and Avocado Tabbouleh by Rita Marie taken to the next level. Traditional tabbouleh has bulgur, tomatoes, onions, tons of parsley, mint, and a little bit of lettuce if you feel so inclined to get your greens in. This recipe kind of branches off by adding avocados, cucumber, chia, and flax, and substitutes buckwheat for bulgur.
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