Vegan, Oil Free
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This is the most basic of the spreads. You can find a variation of this recipe in almost any grocery store, but 95 percent of them are made with either olive oil or tahini (sesame paste), which pushes up the fat content. Your best bet is to take three minutes and make a batch on Sunday that will last you for the week.
From THE ENGINE 2 DIET by Rip Esselstyn. Copyright (c) 2009 by Rip Esselstyn. Used by permission of Grand Central Publishing. All rights reserved.Submitted by STEPFANIER
This is a mainstay dinner dish that is as basic as they come and oh, so good. Just like my morning bowl of cereal, Iíve been eating this meal for more than three decades. This is also a great meal to serve when youíre having extra guests over for dinner.
Serve with healthy chips or warm corn tortillas.
Submitted by ALINICJONES
Submitted by MISSING42
I love ranch dressing, but it's so heavy! Here's a lighter version that also happens to be vegan. You can substitute regular low-fat mayonnaise and skim milk for the coconut milk and vegan mayo.
Rich and full of flavor, this dish is at its best when served over rice.
Just as impressive alone as when served between bread as a sandwich filling.
By nature of being vegan, this recipe is cholesterol free, though I suppose you could change that and use regular butter and milk instead if that's what you have on hand.
This is a plain recipe that will make a biscuit-like scone, but you can jazz them up with whatever you have around: cinnamon, blueberries, dark chocolate chips, etc.
I usually add about a cup of blueberries. (If you do this, add .125 cups of blueberries to your nutrition tracker for each serving)Submitted by TAILSFOX
A super tasty vegan alternative to chicken, egg or tuna salad. There are endless combinations to this salad. I like to serve it in pitas or tortillas with spinach and peppers, but you can alter this recipe to suit your needs. I used vegenaise, but you can use any other suitable mayo substitute such as nayonaise or even a non-vegan mayo.Submitted by ~MASJA~
I adapted these soft and moist ginger cookies to make them vegan and they turned out even better than I remember. They also freeze wonderfully. I carefully froze the cookies in plastic wrap + ziplock bags (double wrapped) leading up to the wedding and they were as fresh as ever on the big day!
http://ohsheglows.com/2010/09/29/wedded-bliss-soft-ginger-cookies/Submitted by RENOODLE