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1. Kale Stuffed Shells with Marinara
Source: Kale Stuffed Shells with Marinara
Everyone loves stuffed pasta shells smothered in marinara sauce. Though traditionally a vessel for cheese, these shells are stuffed with a creamy blend of white beans, sautéed kale and garlic for a healthier, lighter take on the traditional dish. Any white bean will work here, but we like cannellini beans for their ease of smashing. These Kale Stuffed Shells with Marinara by Katie Koteen also freeze quite nicely, making them ideal for a quick weeknight dinner. Reprinted with permission from Frugal Vegan by Katie Koteen and Kate Kasbee, Page Street Publishing Co. 2017. Photo credit: Allie Lehman
2. Pear and Radish Basil Pesto
Source: Pear and Radish Basil Pesto
Bright, colourful and utterly delicious, this Pear and Radish Basil Pesto by Teri Macovei is not your regular pasta recipe.
3. Apple Plum Crisp
Source: Apple Plum Crisp
This Apple Plum Crisp by Shanika Graham-White—the epitome of warm, sweet, rich Fall spices, and everything nice. Based with tenderly cooked apples + plum and comes well coated with Fall spices; this crisp is topped with toasted gluten-free oats and is a guaranteed staple for the entire family. Made in just 45 short minutes and is a great Fall favorite!
4. Strawberry Lime Kombucha Smash
Source: Strawberry Lime Kombucha Smash
A simple mocktail made with kombucha, strawberries and lime. This Strawberry Lime Kombucha Smash by Caroline Doucet can easily be customized to your liking and makes for a low-sugar, refreshing spring or summer drink.
5. Banana French Toast
Source: Banana French Toast
Need an easy french toast recipe? This Banana French Toast by Ashley Smyczek is the one! With only five ingredients, this breakfast comes together super easily!
6. Portobello Bacon
Source: Portobello Bacon
This Portobello Bacon by True Foods Blog is so flavorful, crispy and delicious. It goes well in salads or by itself. For plant based eaters, it is a dream. And for meat eaters, it may be a surprising treat as well. Give it a go!
7. Spinach Salad With Barley Bacon
Source: Spinach Salad With Barley Bacon
This Spinach Salad With Barley Bacon by Zsu Dever is warm, chock full of good-for-you ingredients like Porcini mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes, zucchini, and leeks, and is deliciously smoky and flavorful. This tasty dish also includes barley bacon. Barley is nice and chewy when cooked and lightly crispy when cooked in some oil making it a wonderful stand-in for bacon. Whip this salad up and see for yourself!
8. Moist and Decadent Sweet Potato Blondies
Source: Moist and Decadent Sweet Potato Blondies
These Moist and Decadent Sweet Potato Blondies by Christa Clark are so moist and decadent it’s hard to believe they have sweet potatoes in it! They are shockingly scrumptious and almost fudge-like. A vegan blondie made with delicious, unique ingredients––it is hard not to go back for more. The ingredients and flavors couldn’t be more timely for the winter. If you can share… it would be a great treat for all to enjoy! But, these vegan blondies are a dessert you might want to keep for yourself!
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