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1. Lentil, Coconut and Spinach Dahl
Source: Lentil, Coconut and Spinach Dahl
During the cooler months we make a large batch of dahl at least twice a month. Dahl is filled with nourishing, inexpensive and readily available ingredients and has to be one of the most uncomplicated recipes to make. This Lentil, Coconut and Spinach Dahl by Claire Swift and Sarah Biagetti is a dish we crave if we’ve not eaten it for a while. Watching the whole family sit down and soak up the scent of the warming spices, dip in a chapati or scoop up a mouthful with vegan yogurt and rice makes us very satisfied cooks. Reprinted with permission from The Plant-Based Family Cookbook by Claire Swift and Sarah Biagetti, Page Street Publishing Co. 2021. Photo credit: Claire Swift
2. Creamy Carrot Bisque with Cauliflower, Coconut Cream and Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Source: Creamy Carrot Bisque with Cauliflower, Coconut Cream and Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
This Creamy Carrot Bisque with Cauliflower, Coconut Cream and Roasted Pumpkin Seeds by Lena Novak is warming and wonderful, and is the perfect comforting meal!
3. Whole Wheat Carrot Cake
Source: Whole Wheat Carrot Cake
This Whole Wheat Carrot Cake by Namrata Edward Kshitij is totally like Gajar ka Halwa in a cake form! The earthy flavor and rich color of carrots team up beautifully with the sweet, fruity tones of apple/pineapple to make this moist, dense, and flavourful cake. This is quite a homey cake, the kind you’d bake for a little get-together at home or for a leisurely weekend dinner with family.
4. Tomato Cobbler and Herb Cheese Biscuits
Source: Tomato Cobbler and Herb Cheese Biscuits
This Tomato Cobbler and Herb Cheese Biscuits by Katherine Henderson with herb cheese biscuits, brings the lush and bright taste of summer to your table year round.
5. Blackberry Nice Cream
Source: Blackberry Nice Cream
This Blackberry Nice Cream by Lena Ropp is perfect for breakfast or as a healthy snack: berry nice cream. Top off energy stores for the day ahead and keep all your cravings satisfied.
6. Cherry Chocolate Yogurt Cups
Source: Cherry Chocolate Yogurt Cups
In this Cherry Chocolate Yogurt Cups by Valentina Chiappa, we used cherries, but you can easily replace them with seasonal fruit of your choice. There are good apricots, peaches, plums.
7. Double Chocolate Cherry Brownies
Source: Double Chocolate Cherry Brownies
These are Double Chocolate Cherry Brownies by Harriet Porterfield! Super chocolatey and rich brownie with little bursts of tangy cherries. They’re everything a brownie should be, a slight bite on the outside and a moist fudgy texture in the middle.
8. Dark Chocolate Cherry Skillet Cookie
Source: Dark Chocolate Cherry Skillet Cookie
What’s not to love about this giant cookie? It’s rich, chocolatey, soft like butter, and the chocolate and cherry flavors blend seamlessly together, especially when topped with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream. The Dark Chocolate Cherry Skillet Cookie by Gabrielle St. Claire speeds up the cook time, making the wait time between cooking and devouring even shorter.
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