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Watermelon, Mint and Lime Spritzer
Watermelon, Mint and Lime Spritzer

This was very light and refreshing. You can add stevia if you want it a bit sweeter. Submitted by SHAWNEETARTS

Toasted Sunflower & Pumpkin Seeds

Great protein source for vegetarians. Can vary the taste with your choice of spices.Submitted by SAZZAMAMA

raw truffles

crazy delicious & good for you!Submitted by SAZZAMAMA

MC Vitamin shake

This hydrating shake is good for breakfast or anytime. It is refreshing and tasty. Makes 2.75 cups of medium thick drink (it will pass through and ordinary drinking straw).Submitted by OBNOT4LONG

Vegan quick blueberry muffins

Giving credit where credit is due: this is a modified recipe from The first time I made them I just had to add vanilla and found it strange that the original recipe didn't call for it, as I think it's a flavor element that shouldn't have gone missing. While understanding the chemistry and need for salt in baked goods, I've had way too many baked goodies come out way too salty for my liking, so I also automatically cut in half the amount of salt from the original. These are wonderful, super easy to make and even easier to consume. Submitted by MARIVONNE

Vegan 'Nananut bread
Vegan 'Nananut bread

This is my modification of a recipe in the vegan book "The 100 Best Vegan Baking Recipes". I loved the texture and moisture of their version but felt it could use more flavor and crunch. So after the addition of vanilla, pumpkin spice, cinnamon and walnuts, this sweet bread now crowns many of my Saturday and Sunday mornings. However - check the calories and you'll see that it's best for this crown to remain princess-size - one slice will do. Submitted by MARIVONNE

Citrus Chipotle Vinaigrette

An acid, an oil, and mustard as the emulsifier and you have a vinaigrette base. The citrus trifecta going on here, together with the southwest chipotle seasoning are the keys to its success. While a traditional vinaigrette would have 2 or even 3 times more oil than its acid component, I try to keep the oil down in this one, going with a 3:1 ratio of acid to oil instead. Use it to dress my Vegan Beans and Bits salad or any other salad you prefer. It's sweet, tangy, and refreshing. Feel free to switch around the citrus elements according to your part of the world and what's in season - ruby red or pink grapefruit, orange, and lemon comes to mind as another great trifecta. Experiment with it!Submitted by MARIVONNE

Double Chocolate Avocado Muffins

These were given to me as a get-well gift from a coworker who went to great lengths to bake me something vegan. I think they're fantastic. Credit where credit is due: the recipe is from the vegetarian blog "Eat me, delicious". I'm entering it here "as is" to get the nutrient content breakdown and add it to my recipe box. One of the ingredients will make you go :-O but trust me, you don't taste it. These are moist, rich, super chocolatey and reminiscent of fudge cake. They stand on their own so well that I don't feel they need any kind of icing. They're that good. Submitted by MARIVONNE

Vegan Indian-inspired veggies

Any veggies will do in this basic tofu and veggies stir fry. Spiciness from the sriracha sauce combine with sweetness from the agave nectar and unique flavor profiles from the garam masala and turmeric to give this stir-fry a very special kick. Tofu rounds up your nutrition content for a perfect vegan meal. Goes great with brown rice.Submitted by MARIVONNE

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