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Avocado Meringue Pie. Perfect for summer: a graham cracker crust, creamy lemon-avocado filling and pillowy meringue.
As black as you like it: easy grilled tofu with a lemon sesame marinade. Perfect for spring and summer barbecues!
Conveniently vegan: an Oreo Cream Pie prepared with a chocolate wafer cookie crust, dark dairy-free chocolate and lots of love.
My simplified version of the classic Japanese mochi rice cake with red bean paste.
Iced Vegan Banana Bread. Seriously. If I could eat the traditional butter-and-egg-laden varieties, I wouldn't. It's that good.
Flourless--but not flavorless--peanut butter oat cookies. Chocolate chips and other goodies optional.
Peppermint Patties for St. Patty's Day! Get it? Please say that you do!
Who doesn't love a good soft pretzel? For me, it's all about the Hawaiian sea salt.
Soft Pretzel Bites. Topped with Hawaiian sea salt and baked until golden on the outside and melt-in-your-mouth soft on the inside.
They might look like food from the food fight scene in the movie Hook, but trust me: baked cake doughnuts are amazing.
Is there anything easier and satisfying than Peanut Noodles? Here: penne, an easy peanut sauce, sweet basil and thai chiles make a healthy, vegan lunch or dinner, hot or cold.
For serious peanut butter lovers only: Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies. Vegan delights prepared with two peanut butter-oat cookies and the richest peanut butter filling ever.
Inspired by a post by 101 cookbooks, these Chile Pea-Stuffed Wontons were such a huge hit at a recent party, I know I'll be making them often. And vegan!
Inspired by Gourmet magazine's Soft Mustard Molasses Cookies, these Maple Dijon cookies are one of the most exciting vegan cookies I've had this year.
Almonds and sugar--big whoop, right? Wrong. Make your own marzipan, and with just a few ingredients and steps, you'll have the fastest-disappearing candies at the party.
Are you a culinary MacGyver? If you make your own fruit leather or your own vegan hamburger buns, maybe.
Cocoa Bread. Vegan quick breads don't have to be dense or taste like baking powder.
Chocolate Orange Soda Scones. With clementines, dark chocolate and a dusting of coarse salt and sugar.
Pear Cobbler. A rustic comforting cobbler of sugared pears and a biscuity crust; it's so good, you'd never know it's vegan, too.
Vegan Quiche with broccoli, crimini mushrooms, and, yes, tofu. From a tofu skeptic, trust me--it's much better than you'd think!
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies that are healthier than you'd think...enough so that I felt fine enjoying one with my morning coffee. Oh, and no mixer required.
Whole Wheat Pizza Crust. The perfect base for a veggie pizza with soy chicken.
Caramel Walnut Chocolates. Maple-scented caramels are bedecked with walnuts and ensconced in dark chocolate. And, they're vegan!
Chocolate Peanut Butter No-Bakes are the easiest cookies you'll ever make. And, they're vegan!
Flourless yet amazing, these peanut butter cookies are some of the best cookies I've ever had and definitely the easiest to make.
Carrot Cumin Soup. Nothing hits the spot like a cup of spicy vegan carrot soup on a cold winter's day.
Cashew Brittle. This is the new peanut brittle, and it's vegan! Raw cashews are suspended in caramel, then dipped in dark chocolate.
Cashew thumbprints are baked with strawberry preserves until golden brown and bubbly, and then finished with a dark chocolate ganache.
Double Chocolate Banana Brownies. Vegan and lower in fat, but you'd never know.
Wheat-Free Oatmeal Cookies inspired by Hermine's Oatmeal Cookies on gourmet.com.
Dijon Mustard Caramel Chocolate Bars. My tribute to Gourmet magazine, these confections are prepared with a veganized dijon caramel, pretzels and dark chocolate.
Spicy Tomato Soup. A warm, simple soup with cayenne and red pepper.
Spicy Tomato Soup. A vegan soup recipe that's easy, spicy and warming with cayenne and red pepper.
Vegan Chocolate Ganache Tart. No matter how you cut it, it's good. Really good.