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spicy buffalo cauliflower wings

by Jackie Newgent  |  February 1, 2014  |  0 Comments
(Click on photo for full-size image!) Makes 6 servings: 5 wings each I don’t think I’ve ever been to a Super Bowl gathering where chicken wings were not part of the feast. Though I skip them since I prefer to spend my calories elsewhere. Now here’s a way for us all to partake in their party popping goodness in a veggie friendly way. These  wings are made with cauliflower. They’re boneless too, of course. I heard about some folks doing this, but I needed to try it out for myself in my own culinary style.  They won’t taste like chicken (since there’s no chicken in them), but they are every bit a spicy hot bite. Definitely worth a try! Calories...
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vegan chocolate-mint brownie sundaes

by Jackie Newgent  |  January 26, 2014  |  0 Comments
(Click on photo for full-size image!) Makes 20 servings: 1 sundae each Chocolate-mint is my favorite flavor duo on the planet. If you feel the same, you’re definitely gonna wanna whip up this dessert soon. It can be a sweet treat for a party or a perfectly-portioned dessert just for you for the next 20 days! These sundaes are like two treats in one. They’re made with fudgy vegan brownies and topped with dairy-free mint chip frozen dessert, providing a decadent bite that you can actually feel good about indulging in. The fresh mint accent makes these pretty personal-size sundaes extra special. Party Tip: If you plan to serve these mini sundaes for a gathering, make the brownies in advance...
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smashed red potato soup with truffle salt

by Jackie Newgent  |  January 5, 2014  |  2 Comments
It’s the perfect time of year for a comforting bowl of soup. Luckily, instead of being overloaded with greasy bacon and artery-clogging heavy cream, this inspired smashed red potato soup with truffle salt is full of wholesome flavor and intriguing ingredients, including fennel and truffle salt. Plus, it’s vegan—so you can enjoy all of its rich-tasting, rustic goodness while knowing that you’re being good to your body. Hope you enjoy a bowl of it soon!
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