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1. Zucchini and Horseradish Macadamia Cheese Rolls
Using a zucchini (courgette) as a wrap around a tasty filling is an excellent way to make simple bite size food. A medium zucchini will yield 15–18 usable slices. This Zucchini and Horseradish Macadamia Cheese Rolls by Solla Eiriksdottir is easy to prepare these rolls in advance, so they are still fresh when serving. Store them in the refrigerator and let stand at room temperature 15–20 minutes before serving. Recipe Text Credit: Excerpted (or Adapted) from VEGAN AT HOME © 2022 by Solla Eiríksdóttir. Reproduced by permission of Phaidon. All rights reserved
2. Zucchini Pasta with Sweet Corn Cilantro Pesto
This Zucchini Pasta with Sweet Corn Cilantro Pesto by Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler is light and fresh and the perfect way to take advantage of the season’s vegetables. It makes a quick and easy meal for a busy weeknight dinner as it’s ready and on the table in just 20 minutes!
3. Tortas Ahogadas
Source: Tortas Ahogadas
These plant-based Tortas Ahogadas by Mitch and Justine Chapman (drowned sandwiches) are filled with jackfruit carnitas and covered in a spicy arbol salsa. With so much flavor packed into each bite, you’ll be licking the plate clean afterward!
4. Raspberry Coconut Bars
Source: Raspberry Coconut Bars
These rRaspberry Coconut Bars by Vicky Coates taste like Bounty Bars with a raspberry twist. Unlike Bounty Bars, they are also refined sugar free, gluten free and vegan. They’re also super easy to make! All you have to do is melt the ingredients together on the stove, pour into a loaf pan, and freeze! They’re great to keep in the fridge or freezer for when you’re craving something sweet! These raspberry coconut bars are also so cute! Serve them at your next party for a fun dessert!
5. No-Bake Mango Cheesecake
Source: No-Bake Mango Cheesecake
This No-Bake Mango Cheesecake by Namrata Edward Kshitij looks impressive and no one will ever guess how simple it is to prepare. The crust comes together in a couple of minutes, and it takes hardly 15 minutes to whip up the filling. Use ripe and flavorful Dasheri mangoes for the best result.
6. Roasted Brussels Sprouts With Red Pepper and Garlic
This Roasted Brussels Sprouts With Red Pepper and Garlic by Rebecca Blackwell are brought to life with this delicious recipe! 10 minutes of prep and 20 minutes in the oven is all you need for crisp-tender roasted Brussels Sprouts simply dressed with olive oil, crushed red pepper, and garlic.
7. Asian Smashed Cucumber Salad
Source: Asian Smashed Cucumber Salad
This light and refreshing salad is a family favorite. Feel free to enjoy this Asian Smashed Cucumber Salad by Tara Weir is year-round, but especially love it in the summer with BBQ or spicy Asian dishes.
8. Swedish Savory Sandwich Cake
Source: Swedish Savory Sandwich Cake
In Sweden, this cake is made for all kinds of special occasions; it is also served as a snack or treat, even dinner, if you feel like it. And believe me, you WILL feel like it! If you are not used to the idea of a savory layered cake, this recipe can take you down the road of something new and exciting. The non-vegan versions of this cake are usually made with different variations of sandwich meats, cheese, and shrimp as toppings, layered with patés and other creamy fillings. This Swedish Savory Sandwich Cake by Emma Björkman: Blogger, Vegan Swedes has a smoked “ham” layer and a veggie-paté layer. A sandwich cake can be decorated however you want to and whatever way you like; let your imagination run free!
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