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Recipe Recap: 12 Vegan Recipes You Might Have Missed!

Early in 2012, I started making a lot more plant-based/vegan dishes than I had in 2011. Partly it was finally not being pregnant, I was craving healthy foods and could eat again. The readership of my blog took off mid-year, in May, where literally I had double the readership of the year before (and in 2011 it went up 4X what it had been in 2010!). Some of my favorite recipes though came earlier than that, so if you missed them, check ’em out!

Lime Curd. I grew up on lemon curd and had always wanted to veganize it, and then I tried it with limes. Delicious!

Limecurd2

 

Butternut Squash Quinoa Pilaf. Bright and cheery for winter!

BSQuinoaPilaf

 

Avocado Muffins. I loved these moist bites!

AvoMuffins

 

Chickpea Cutlets smothered in Gravy, with Mashers and Corn. Comfort food all the way!

Chickpeafilet

Horchata. Apparently we are like the only people who order it at our local Mexican restaurant. The kitchen staff knows we are there due to that. Mine is better. And better for us!

horchata

 

Savory Onion Biscuits. I love making soup and chowder, and there has to be biscuits served alongside!

OnionBiscuits

 

Chickpea Avocado Sammies. Yum. This is living!

AvoSammie

 

Little Rustic Loaves. What is better than rolls? Personal loaves of bread!

HotBread

 

Raw Peanut Butter Cookie Dough. I couldn’t stay out of this stuff when I was pregnant!

PBCookieDough

 

Raw Chocolate Chip and Sugar Cookie Doughs. Apparently I craved a LOT of it.

Cookiedough1

 

Cherry Corn Muffins. A new idea for breakfast!

Cherry2

 

Gluten Free Coconut Biscuits and Chickpea Gravy. Delicious and worth the work!

GF2

 

Oh, let’s get real! 12 recipes? Hah. Lets keep going!

Pumpkin Pecan Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting. Oinks.

pumpkincc

 

Sunflower and Sesame Bread served with Pea and Potato Soup. Warming comfort food for winter.

sunflowerbread

 

Homemade Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup. Use your favorite unsweetened non-dairy milk of choice.

mushroomsoup

Coconut Macaroon Bars. These were for hiking and I’d make them again in a blink.

Cocobars2

 

~Sarah

 

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Comments

  1. I love the list! I did miss a lot of those but now I’ll know where to start. I’ve been a little lazy lately, mostly making the same things over and over. Now my mouth is watering and my tummy rumbling for some of these amazing looking dishes!

    • My problem is I make a great recipe, then I forget about it. So going back through my blog is a good thing 😉

      • I know what you mean. I make a recipe, think I post it, tell people “it’s on the blog” and then realize I never posted it. I’ll be posting a recipe tomorrow that I thought I posted months ago. Oh well. Those cookie dough pictures from the list are killing me. Major cravings are kicking in. 😉

        • I was looking at the cookie dough as well. And was good. I can tell you a big bowl of air popped popcorn is in no way as good 😉

  2. Great pictures!

  3. Love the recap, thanks! Will have to try those Pumpkin Pecan Cupcakes with PB frosting. I’m drooling just typing those words out!

  4. Holy cow Sarah, I missed some of those. I want to dive into the cookie dough and snuggle. Sigh, after the challenge 😉

  5. A great way to catch up – thanks Sarah – these look great!

  6. Waw! Indeed, I missed a few tasty recipes here! I especially love your avocado & chickpea sandiwches, your avocado muffins & your savoury onion biscuits too! 🙂 Yummm!

  7. Thanks, I want to try all of these sooooon!!!

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