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1. Split pea soup
Source: pea soup
This pea soup from Rouxbe consists of just a few ingredients – green peas, onions, carrots and celery, as well as some herbs and spices. This healthy, hearty, and soothing pea soup is so easy to make that we’re sure it will find a basic recipe.
2. Caramel brownies
Source: Caramel Brownies
These Caramel Brownies from Shanika Graham-White are truly irresistible this season. They’re soft, rich, and dangerously full of chocolate-caramel flavor, all with no added sugar. These beauties are sure to melt in your mouth and are made entirely from all vegan ingredients and literally whipped up in minutes.
3. Healthy breakfast cookies
Source: Healthy Breakfast Cookies
Made with cocoa nibs, oats, chia seeds, almonds, and cashew butter, these healthy breakfast cookies from Julie Zimmer are delicious! They are, of course, sweetened with bananas, chopped medjool dates, and a few tablespoons of pure maple syrup. They are packed with plant-based raw materials, gluten-free, dairy-free, refined, sugar-free, and rich in fiber, antioxidants, and healthy fats.
4. Sweet potato blondes
Source: Sweet Potato Blondes
These Sweet Potato Blondies from Tara Sunshine are always a hit! The bonus is that they’re filled with antioxidants, fiber, healthy fats, and plant-based protein. They’re also great for vegan, gluten-free, paleo, and keto diets.
5. Oatmeal cookie energy bites
Source: Oatmeal Cookie Energy Bite
These Oatmeal Cookie Energy Bites from Wholesome LLC are an oldie but a goodie. That’s because these bites are so easy to prepare, contain lots of natural ingredients, are unprocessed, and really have the touch of an oatmeal raisin biscuit – but with peanut butter of course!
6. Mediterranean Grazing Night Board
Source: Mediterranean Grazing Night Board
The countries around the Mediterranean are known for their abundance of fresh vegetables, wheat, olive oil and herbs. This, of course, is a comprehensive description of what the region has to offer. Mediterranean food is extremely diverse and it would be impossible to capture the influence of each culture on a blackboard. Here you’ll find well-known favorites like flatbreads, hummus, and olives. This Mediterranean Grazing Night Board by Kate Kasbee has its own take on tabbouleh, a Middle Eastern salad that uses quinoa instead of the traditional bulgur, making it suitable for those with gluten allergies and sensitivities.
7. Perfect Oil Free Baked Tofu
Source: Perfect Oil Free Baked Tofu
This perfect oil-free baked tofu from Molly Patrick is so delicious that you’ll probably want to double or triple this recipe to get started. How you do that? First the tofu is pressed to remove excess liquid and then it is marinated in a sauce of garlic, ginger, soy sauce and rice vinegar with a pinch of sesame seeds. When baking, the edges become crispy and lightly caramelized. This oven-baked tofu is perfect for serving in sandwiches, filling up salads or as a protein for a meal with vegetables! So aromatic and filling!
8. Quinoa & Avocado Chili Con Carne
Source: Quinoa & Avocado Chili Con Carne
This Quinoa & Avocado Chili Con Carne from Alchemy Eats is a quinoa and butter bean chili con carne dish served on a bed of brown rice – perfect for anyone looking for a hearty and satisfying meal.
9. Red curry with roasted vegetables
Source: Red Curry with Roasted Vegetables
Robin Browne’s Roasted Vegetable Red Curry is filling, flavourful, and so easy to make. Feel free to have it every day of the week just for the simplicity that comes with eating it. If you find that you’re looking for something to add just a little bit of free time to your day, this recipe can help!
10. Black pudding
Source: blood sausage
This Black Rice Pudding from Angie Li is perfect for people who don’t bother making breakfast in the morning. You can cook a large amount in advance and keep it in the refrigerator for 3-4 days. Or, you can take it as a breakfast on the go on those busy days too.
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