Vegetarian Meals Dessert Recipes (Most Popular)
Inspired by the numerous awesome pumpkin recipes on here. I saw similar recipes for pumpkin muffins but not for bars, which was what I wanted.
Delicious with a dollop of whipped cream. Stays a little softer on the inside thanks to all the pumpkin. :)
Feel free to substitute splenda for the real sugar, egg beaters for the eggs, etc. I used what I had.
Also: I prefer a nice amount of spice in my bars, but reduce the cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice if you don't!
Super yummy and very light. Top with a little yogurt (whatever flavor works for you) to make it rich and creamy.Submitted by DRAGONSPITTLE
This recipe is a higher-protein and -iron revision of a recipe from the cookbook: "Vegan With a Vengeance (199)," or Moskowitz and Romano's Website: www.theppk.com. High protein-TVP and molasses has been added to add nutrition to this treat. Enjoy!Submitted by GMARGARITA
This is an easy, delicious, and healthful dessert to boost your protein intake for the day.
The nutritional info I have is for the basic recipe without the chocolate chips, nuts, or fruit added. I almost always add a mix-in because they are so tasty!
My 2 year old son loves them and asks for them regularly.
I modified this recipe from one I found at lhj.com and the picture shown here is from their web site, using tomatoes only. I thought that was way to boring, so I cranked up the flavor a notch.
I also divided each pastry sheet in half and made 4 tarts. I finished steps 1 & 2 and then let everyone make their own. For me this made 2 servings, but others have a bigger appetite and ate their whole tart. I also had other ingredients (like pepperoni or sausage) available for those that didn't want a veggie tart.
*Taken from "Student's Vegetarian Cookbook"*
This is an AMAZING recipe that when paired with vanilla icecream is like Apple Pie A La Mode without the crust!
These are also very versatile and could be paired in any combination of things - for example in oatmeal, with angel food cake. They are so simple!
Every fourth day of the 15day Lunar cycle called Vinayaki(waxing period) and Sankashti(waning period), these are made as an offering(Prasad)for Lord Ganesha,India's favourite Elephant headed God.These are supposed to be His favourite food along with certain other stuff.Every year He is brought home and worshipped on Ganesh Chaturthi.He stays with us at home for a 36 hours(1.5 day) or 5 days or 7 days or 10 days and maximum for 21 days period.During His stay He is worshipped and feted and treated like a favourite relative. Ganapati is perhaps our (Maharastra's) best and most loved and popular Festival.
The Rice flour is generally made at home by washing and drying various fragrant varieties of Rice and drying it between the folds of old Cotton Saries.They dry the Rice this way for 4-5 days till absolutely dry and then grind it to obtain this Flour.