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Bestselling vegan author Lindsay Nixon has done it again with her 5th cookbook in her Happy Herbivore series. In the latest book “Happy Herbivore Holidays & Gatherings”, Lindsay makes it super easy and delicious to cook for the holidays and special occasions.
This recipe is a vegan version of classic Indian samosas. It has lots of flavor and and simplicity. Kids will love these and so will your dinner guests!
Kids love to help make this moist, yummy french toast on a stick. It’s great for fun and leisurely mornings and makes a delightful side to any breakfast.
Homemade jelly is always the tastiest. Although making jelly takes a bit of work, this recipe gives you each step you need to take to making the perfect apple jelly.
This may not be totally authentic but it is easy and it tastes great. Try it with your favorite enchilada dish.
Classic, easy and delicious Thanksgiving cranberry sauce recipe with a few more ingredients like apple, walnuts, vinegar, and orange juice. A twist but a delicious one at that.
If you’re tired of the same old side dishes try this. The lentils in this recipe add flavor and texture, and you’ll find that this dish goes great with any main course.
This dish is nice with seasoned aduki beans and tahini gravy with brown rice and maybe a baked sweet potato. Yum!
A side dish that could warm you up instantly. It has great flavor with little ingredients. Dont miss out.
This twist on hummus pumps up the protein value by using tofu and adds a special creamy change: peanut butter instead of tahini. Very easy and delicious!
It’s time to switch up your sandwich dinners and try these beautiful, veggie filled collard wraps. They’re gluten-free, vegan, low in carbs.
Making a risotto may seem hard, but this recipe has great step by step instructions. Its all worth the effort for this delicious dish.