Individual, easy to make trifles featuring French vanilla cake and raspberries. Lighter than traditional trifles, these single serve raspberry French vanilla trifle desserts are wonderful any time of year.
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A salad filled with kale, spinach, brussels sprouts, shredded carrots, farro, and walnuts! Topped with a homemade lemon vinaigrette! The possibilities are endless with this salad! This is great as a main meal or a side salad! I have also doubled the vinaigrette and marinated either chicken or shrimp to add into the salad
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The pecans in this recipe are smothered and simmered in a sassy barbecue sauce then stuffed into a crispy taco shell with a crisp almond buttermilk slaw. Or, you can serve it any way you like. Think pita, wrapped up in a tortilla, piled into a French roll… These pecans work perfectly along with the tangy almond buttermilk ranch chopped salad. As written, this recipe makes a bunch. But it holds well in the refrigerator, and if you make a big batch of the pecans, you can definitely use them in all sorts of ways in addition to the ways mentioned above. Add them to a salad, use them in a bowl with brown rice and kale, mix them into beans and rice, put ’em on top of tortilla chips with some dairy-free queso for barbecue nachos, or simply feel free to cut the recipe in half.
These are the best and simplest bean burgers! Made with kidney beans and a total of six ingredients, these bean burgers are gluten-free, oil-free, and full of flavor. You can serve them on any bun you like, make a wrap, or them as a salad topping, too. They cook in just 20 minutes, so they’re perfect for those busy days.
Do you ever wish you could have your cake and eat it too … with a cookie and some delicious mint “butter” cream frosting? Then your terribly specific food-dream just came true. This recipe makes a moist vanilla layer cake that is loaded with delicious cookie chunks and everything is tied together with a multi-colored frosting that is decadent, creamy, and delicious. This cake has everything we’ve been dreaming of.
Make either these healthy, dessert-inspired toasts to feel like you’re eating dessert for breakfast! It comes in five flavors: chickpea cookie dough, sweet potato pie, “Almond Joy,” ants on a log, and cookies and cream. It takes just 10 minutes to prep, but you can even prep the toppings ahead for easy mornings!
Nori and Scallion Avocado Toast [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
Plain avocado toast is amazing, but every now and again, you need to spice things up a bit. Creamy avocado paired with savory scallions and umami-rich nori make this easy avocado toast so satisfying. Of course, you can also make it for a quick snack or easy lunch because anytime is a good time to have avocado toast.
Jackfruit ‘Crab’ Cakes With Tartar Sauce [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
There are many ways to make faux meat and fish but jackfruit is especially well suited to this task. When cooked and shredded, jackfruit takes on a sort of crablike look and feel. When you combine that with the fantastic spice combination and the tangy tartar sauce, you have some dangerously delicious “crab” cakes.
Scotch Eggs for Burns Night Click here Quail’s eggs coated in savory sausage and transformed into a delicious crispy appetizer. MyGreatRecipes Click
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