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1. Savory Sweet Cluck−Free Strips Sandwiches
Because I can never say no to a good sandwich. Or to peanut butter. Don’t know if you’ve tried soy curls yet, but if you liked chicken before going vegan, you’ll be happy to hear they’re the perfect cruelty-free substitute. Try out this Savory Sweet Cluck−Free Strips Sandwiches by Celine Steen!
2. Healthy Toasted Coconut Almond Truffles
The Healthy Toasted Coconut Almond Truffles by Taavi Moore are healthy and indulgent. They have rich, creamy fudge center with a dark chocolate coating and sprinkled with toasted coconut and chopped almonds. They’re like elevated truffles made from simple and healthy ingredients. These coconut almond truffles are amazing, but feel free to get creative with this recipe! Add different types of nuts, such as peanuts, or hazelnuts. Add in a spoonful of peanut butter into the filling, or even dried fruit.
3. Paleo Brownies
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These Paleo Brownies by Nele Liivlaid are moist, gooey, and kid-approved. They are ready in under an hour and absolutely delicious! The binder is psyllium husk powder, which does an amazing job! In fact, you can lift up the whole brownie without breaking it apart! You have to try these vegan paleo brownies––they are such a game changer!
4. Mini Raspberry Swirl Cakes
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Sometimes you might feel like you want to have a cake. But you don’t really feel like making the whole thing, baking it, and then filling yourself up with a massive sugar dose. These Mini Raspberry Swirl Cakes by Laine Rudolfa are almost raw, low in sugar, fruity, refreshing, and filling. They’re also easy to make because you don’t have to bake them. The freezer will do its job instead. And the beautiful raspberry swirl on the top will make these cakes a hit in any party.
5. Coconut Rice Cakes With Mango Sauce
The rice keeps the cake together wonderfully. The mixed coconut flakes loosen up the dough a bit and the orange and mango give these Coconut Rice Cakes With Mango Sauce by Melanie Kröpfl a fruity, sweet and sour note.
6. Basil and Peanut Butter Cookies With Chili Coconut Ice Cream
I know the flavors are little funky/exotic, but TRUST ME – the result is amazing. The ice cream is made from coconut milk (not technically raw) and raw cane sugar, but if you want to use banana ice cream – go right ahead. Just make sure to add some chili powder! In the cookies, the peanut butter flavor comes through right away and then you are hit with the flavor of basil – this Basil and Peanut Butter Cookies With Chili Coconut Ice Cream by Emily von Euw works.
7. Milk Chocolate Digestive Biscuits
8. ‘Milk’ Chocolate Bars
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HOLY CRAP YUMMMMM. So, these actually taste like the candy bars I used to greedily inhale when I was a kid. Sweet, creamy decadence in the shape we have come to recognize as holy: the chocolate bar. If you’re just starting to get into healthy living or vegan treats, this is a wise one to try because it’s gonna make everyone flip out in a good way about these ‘Milk’ Chocolate Bars by Emily von Euw. Let’s chocolate. I did just use chocolate as a verb and I’m okay with it.
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