Plant-Based Eating: First 21 Days

Walnut and Paprika Vegan Sausages

The walnut and paprika in these sausage-shaped patties have a pleasing earthy taste that will even entice meat-eaters to try them! Wrap them in tin foil and bring them along to a traditional BBQ. Place them on the grill and you can join in at the BBQ with your own healthy meat-alternative sausages.

Vegan Cheesecake – Baked New York Style

This vegan lemon baked cheesecake tastes very close to the traditional one made with dairy cream, cheese and eggs. Here, firm tofu with a mix of thickened soy milk, lemon and tapioca flour are used to create a firmly baked cheesecake, complete with the usual granular texture. Enjoy the cake as is, or drizzle over a mix of extra lemon juice and agave syrup.

Vegan Greek Almond-Orange Biscuits

These thin, delicate biscuits have all the flavours of Greek baking: almonds, cinnamon and lemon. The ingredients are simply mixed together, spread onto drying sheets and dehydrated. The process is very easy, and best of all, one can set the timer (2 or 4 hours) and walk away. No burned biscuits and no oven gloves here!

Vegan (Sugar-Free) Cantucci Dipped in Apple Nectar

Cantucci are smaller sized Biscotti that are quite sweet and usually filled with almonds. These are dipped into wine and coffee. The usual recipe has some butter in, as well as lots of sugar. The recipe below uses a small amount of apple syrup as sweetener and oil plus almond butter as the fat. The texture and taste resemble the traditional Cantucci very closely.

Healthy Gluten-Free Baking: Gluten-Free and Flour-Free Banana Muffins

Gluten-free baking can often be costly and lacking in flavor, fiber and nutrition. Here is a method of baking using inexpensive whole grains that produces baked goods with great texture, flavor and nutritional value. Not only will you be eating foods that are gluten and allergen-free, but you’ll be eating better!

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