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    This was derived from the "Caramelized Chicken Wings" recipe here on 'zaar, and is now my favorite way to serve tofu!

    Recipe #407089

    8 Reviews |  By SAHS

    Derived from Robbie Rice's "Hooter's Buffalo Wings". I've been a vegetarian since my early teens, but to this day I still miss BBQ chicken and wings. Well, no longer!

    Recipe #406971

    6 Reviews |  By SAHS

    Derived from LinMarie's "Bourbon Chicken" recipe, this tofu, fried, cooked in sauce and served over rice, won't disappoint; at the moment its my favorite tofu recipe.

    Recipe #406969

    3 Reviews |  By SAHS

    So similar to a family favorite, Lali's "PF Chang's Chicken Lettuce Wraps", that my family was more than happy to eat tofu -- always a good sign!

    Recipe #406895

    2 Reviews |  By SAHS

    This meal began as a mix-and-match of our favorite quesadilla and guacamole recipes and evolved into a legendary family favorite in no time. Serve with salsa and sour cream, over rice and re-fried beans or whatever else you like.

    Recipe #402808

    1 Reviews |  By SAHS

    Smoothies are a great way to get your daily servings of fruit, vegetables and dairy. I have one of these every day with breakfast and as dessert. Mixing up which types of fruit you use ensures a great variety of flavors as well as your full range of vitamins, so these things never get old!

    Recipe #400246

    3 Reviews |  By SAHS

    This is an incredible stir-fry, just the right amount of savory and sweet. Adjust the soy sauce and brown sugar to taste if you prefer the sauce to lean more towards one way than the other. Serve over brown rice.

    Recipe #398989

    1 Reviews |  By SAHS

    Subway makes a mean Veggie Delite, but you don't have to hop in the car and fork over $5 for a saliva-worthy sandwich. I almost always have all the ingredients on hand so I make these all the time, and it's definitely cheaper than going out in the long run.

    Recipe #394122

    1 Reviews |  By SAHS

    A recipe I found floating around on the internet, based on Jaffa candy, which I vegan-ized. We like to serve these with a simple chocolate buttercream icing in which the milk is replaced with orange juice. They're also great with your traditional chocolate buttercream, too!

    Recipe #384875

    1 Reviews |  By SAHS

    This is a great, versatile recipe. Try subbing the lemon for lime and the blueberries for strawberries... or orange and raspberry... or any other combination you can think of! I like to frost with a simple vanilla buttercream, but a fruit-flavored icing (with lemon extract instead of vanilla, for example) would probably be great, too!

    Recipe #384812

    Try topping with vanilla buttercream icing and a sprinkling of crumbled chocolate cookies!

    Recipe #384807

    2 Reviews |  By SAHS

    I’ve playfully dubbed these Oreo knockoffs “Fauxreos”. They do take a bit of time and patience, so be sure to start them well in advance — but at least, since they’re vegan, you can just enjoy them raw if you want to! Avoid products with hydrogenated oils, and you’re looking at a slightly less fattening cookie. To make those Oreo truffles that have been proliferating across the web, mix up the dough and the filling as directed below, then marble them together into balls about 3/4″ in diameter, freeze ‘em for a few hours, then dip ‘em in melted chocolate (using a toothpick) and refrigerate until set. Yum.

    Recipe #382139

    1 Reviews |  By SAHS

    My grandma's to-die-for recipe gets updated to accommodate the vegan. These moist, cake-like brownies are topped with a stiff, buttercream-like frosting and are absolutely irresistible!

    Recipe #379943

    When my family found this recipe in Pillsbury's "Best Desserts", we couldn't resist giving it a try - and of course, being a health nut, I couldn't resist the challenge of tweaking it into a lighter dish without compromising its flavor. As long as you like chocolate, there's no going wrong with this one!

    Recipe #379929

    5 Reviews |  By SAHS

    These sandwiches are great for a quick-fix lunch, snack, or appetizer -- you really can't go wrong!

    Recipe #379381

    2 Reviews |  By SAHS

    This recipe is the only vegetarian dish I've been able to get my family to enjoy - and they really enjoyed it! Since sweet potatoes are so hard to chop up raw, I go ahead and boil them ahead of time until they're just tender enough that I don't need a chainsaw to get through them. Non-vegetarians can feel free to add 1/8 pound chopped sausage and/or ham with the onion in the first step.

    Recipe #379330

    2 Reviews |  By SAHS

    Yum. These buttery waffles hardly need much topping. Try serving with a light fruit spread or a bit of syrup.

    Recipe #379307

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