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1. Blood Orange and Rosemary Cornmeal Cookies
Source: Blood Orange and Rosemary Cornmeal Cookies
These were some of my most successful quarantine cookies. When I took them to my friend Lydia, the daughter of a pastry chef from Naples, she asked me if she could buy a batch. And that’s when I began to realize I was onto something that made me very proud, and happy. These Blood Orange and Rosemary Cornmeal Cookies by Alice Carbone Tench are vegan and they are extremely buttery and crumbly like shortbread. The rosemary gives them a rustic, savory elegance that I love in a dessert. If these cookies were a building, they would be a warm mountain chalet, and the addition of the blood orange juice as a binder gives them a deep, penetrating, and unforgettable essence.
2. Jambalaya with Sausage
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This Jambalaya with Sausage by Dominique Ebra is a meatless twist to a Cajun favorite! The spicy flavors meld together with rice and beans for a great one-pot meal. Beans, rice, and vegan sausage take center stage in this hearty vegan jambalaya. Traditional Cajun comfort food can dish out as much or as little heat as you’d like. For an added kick, use vegan Cajun sausage and even fire-roasted tomatoes.
3. Date Sweetened Hemp Milk, Two Ways
Source: Date Sweetened Hemp Milk, Two Ways
This easy homemade non-dairy milk can be done in under 10 minutes! To make it even better, the milk is sweetened with dates only and the hemp seeds require absolutely no soaking! I like making a batch of vanilla hemp milk to enjoy with fruits, oatmeal, or smoothies. As for the chocolate milk, my favorite is to drink it on its own! This Date Sweetened Hemp Milk, Two Ways by Caroline Doucet is a million times better than unsweetened chocolate milk. Why? It’s perfectly sweet and healthy.
4. Salted Caramel Tarts
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Are you a fan of salted caramel? If so, this recipe is gonna be right up your street! This Salted Caramel Tarts by Harriet Porterfield is light, creamy and surprisingly healthy, these little salted caramel tarts are just what you need to celebrate the start of spring. No bake, dairy, gluten and refined sugar free, they’re the perfect dessert for when you want something sweet yet light.
5. Almond Cookies with Chia Seed Jam
Source: Almond Cookies with Chia Seed Jam
These Almond Cookies with Chia Seed Jam by Sara Oliveira make a wonderful dessert or snack and are perfect to enjoy with family and friends!
6. Soft Oven-Baked Pretzels
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Puff Pastry Pretzel or soft pretzels are popular German Snacks between meals. This Soft Oven-Baked Pretzels by Petra Vogel is surprisingly easy to make soft oven-baked pretzels right in your kitchen. You only need a few ingredients.
7. Pretzel Buns
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These little fluffy pillow are going to be your new favorite thing! These Pretzel Buns by Kirsten Kaminski are ridiculously easy to make and come out perfectly. In fact, these Vegan Pretzel Buns only require 6 very basic ingredients, no fancy equipment and they come out better than the bakery ones – you’ll see!
8. Guilt-Free Pretzel Chocolate Hazelnut Fudge Bars
Source: Guilt-Free Pretzel Chocolate Hazelnut Fudge Bars
Who can resist chocolate and hazelnuts? These Guilt-Free Pretzel Chocolate Hazelnut Fudge Bars by Holly Jade are a crumbly coconut base with a vegan chocolate-hazelnut fudge filling, salty pretzels, and a dash of sea salt. It’s the perfect combination of salty and sweet.
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