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1. Mousse au Chocolat
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This Mousse au Chocolat by Hannah Sunderani is thick, rich, and velvety. The recipe uses silken tofu, which is a stellar ingredient in desserts as it gives a creamy and luscious texture. Its mild flavour also allows for other ingredients to shine—in this recipe, chocolate! This is one of my husband, Mitch’s, all-time favourite desserts and one that convinced him, in those early transition days, that we could still enjoy our favourite recipes on a plant-based diet.
2. Tofu Madras
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This super-spicy Madras features meaty tofu “steaks” simmered in a spicy tomato and onion broth. There’s a fair whack of heat in these Tofu Madras by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby with one with two teaspoons of chili powder, which we love, but keep some plant-based yogurt on hand to mellow it out if you prefer your curry on the milder side. And don’t forget the classic squeeze of lemon to finish-squeeze in the juice and place the lemon on top! Excerpted from BOSH! on a Budget by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby. Reprinted with permission of HarperCollins, 2022.
3. Tomato and Basil Pizza
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This Tomato and Basil Pizza by Hayley Canning is a simple, homemade vegan pizza is topped with tomato sauce, vegan mozzarella, basil and cherry tomatoes.
4. Paleo Coffee and Coconut Milk Popsicles
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After enduring the summer heat, you may be feeling a bit uneasy. Raising temperatures and higher humidity- what’s up with that?! Not to worry though, because here is the antidote. Stacks on stacks on stacks of these creamy, frosty, cool coffee coconut milk popsicles. These Paleo Coffee and Coconut Milk Popsicles by Larice Feuerstein are so good, like a frappuccino on a stick! Just three main ingredients and a blender needed, so you won’t even break a sweat getting your freezer stocked with frozen coffee goodness. Dates lend the perfect amount of sweetness, while also keeping these refined sugar-free.
5. Tofu Broccoli Stir Fry
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A very simple stir fry, which makes it perfect for busy weeks. All you need to do is cut up some vegetables, prepare a simple sauce and sauté everything together. It will all be ready in less than 35 minutes. Plus, you can substitute the vegetables suggested for any vegetables you have on hand. It’s a great way to give life to older vegetables at the end of the week. You can also make this Tofu Broccoli Stir Fry by Caroline Doucet on a Sunday and enjoy the leftovers throughout the week!
6. Blueberry White Chocolate Ice Cream
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Don’t let the heat get to you this summer – cool of with this delectable blueberry ice cream. This Blueberry White Chocolate Ice Cream by Lilia Jankowska is a simple, coconut-based ice cream is filled with a deep aroma of lime which is balanced by the gentle sweetness and perfume of fresh blueberries.
7. Chocolate Ice Cream
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This Chocolate Ice Cream by Katrina Nixon is very versatile. You can make it into ice cream, ice pops or chocolate mousse. Easy peasy and so good!
8. Raw Mint Chocolate Ice Cream Sandwiches
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These Raw Mint Chocolate Ice Cream Sandwiches by Lera Krasovskaya are truly divine! Sweetened avocado-banana ice cream sits atop a chocolatey base of raisins and Brazil nuts, then both layers are then coated with melted chocolate. You can choose to leave it as a top layer or, if you’re a true chocolate lover, you can coat the entire sandwich in chocolate.
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