Found 170 recipes within: Appetizers and Snacks

Lemon Artichoke Hummus

Take your hummus game from good to fantastic with this incredibly luscious blend of flavors. You’ll love it as a dip for veggies or as a sandwich spread, perfect to pair with crisp sprouts and ripe tomatoes.  

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Cheesy Chickpeas

Don’t let the name fool you–this snack is completely vegan! The cheese-like flavor comes from nutritional yeast, which is a treat whether or not you abstain from eating dairy. You’ll love the savory crunch of this easy snack, and it’s perfect to tuck into a lunchbox for on-the-go munching.  

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Date Candy

Medjool dates are sweet and earthy in a way that makes them a wonderful approximation for caramels. Paired with almond flour and almond butter to create a smooth texture with a nutty taste, these candies have no added sugar and still provide a delightful sweet treat.  

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Mixed Vegetable Pakoras

Pakoras are batter-coated fried vegetables. Serve them with brown rice and your favorite low-sugar chutney to make a simple vegetarian meal. These pakoras are made with chickpea flour, which is sometimes called besan. It’s easy to order online if your local store doesn’t carry it, and it’s a great product to play with in your… Read more »

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Tempeh Bacon

Bacon. It’s delicious. It’s the reason many omnivores cling to meat and the reason many vegetarians lapse in their commitment to living the meat-free life. It’s also one of the reasons our doctors worry about our hearts. This vegan alternative to bacon is easy to make, speedier to cook up than actual bacon, is better… Read more »

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Asparagus Pesto

Did you know that pesto can be made not only with just about any green, but with a wide variety of vegetables? Asparagus is the superstar in this recipe, and just like any other pesto, you can make it last longer by freezing it.  

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Chickpea Fries

Chickpea flour, also sold under the name besan, is basically dried and pulverized chickpeas. Cooked in a process somewhat like making polenta, it creates a thick pudding that hardens as it’s chilled to make a protein-rich dish that can be crisped up into fries on its own or added to things like stir-fries in place… Read more »

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Chickpea Fries