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vegetarian recipes

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Browse our members' vegetarian recipes, or use our advanced search to find ones that work for the way YOU eat!

What's not to love about egg-free broccoli-vegan slaw?
Published in Salads & Sides
I've never made baked beans short of opening a can and heating them up, but really wanted to try my hand at homemade!
Published in Salads & Sides
My Mother-In-Law, a master hostess, makes this dip when she entertains large groups. It totally saved my 4th of July celebration.
Published in Appetizers & Snacks
With frosty blue stars floating on top, this minted peach and cucumber soup is a refreshing summer treat that is far easier to make than its fancy looks would suggest.  This soup works best if left over night to chill so it's perfect for parties - and the spike of jalapeno and sweetness of the blueberry makes a nice contrast to your normal summer fare!
Published in Soups & Stews
The trick to this recipe is to only stir fry the peas or asparagus until heated. This leads to a simple refreshing, crisp side dish. One can vary the flavorings to taste.
Published in Salads & Sides
With only 3 ingredients and no ice cream maker required, this is a simple and fun treat the kids can help with on those hot summer days!
Published in Desserts
These bars are free of gluten, milk, eggs, and peanuts, and can very easily be made free of other allergens as well. They're a quick and simple way to enjoy the deliciousness of apple pie in a neat little bar!
Published in Desserts
In my search for waffle/pancake recipes, I found The Daily Dietribe. The guide for creating your own mix was SUPER helpful. She gives you tips on how much and what kinds of gluten-free flours and starches work best for different textures, as well as tips for adding herbs and spices, puréed fruit and other ingredients for a unique mix whether you're going for sweet or savory. She also explains how you can omit the egg as well.  She has updated the guide because apparently the measurements were not accurate. For my batch, I think they worked out just fine! I did notice my batter was pretty thin, but the end result was a light, fluffy texture.
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
Vegetarian Nut-Free Green Pea Pasta with Feta and Dill
Published in Main Courses
We call these "Chocolate Bird Seed Cookies" because they are chock full of seeds, berries and big, luscious, dairy-free and soy-free chocolate chunks. Rich and filling, they also happen to be free of 7 of the top food allergens (but you can also leave out the chocolate chunks for a top 8 allergy-free version). Just don't be fooled by their high fiber and other nutrients content -- there's a definite potential for addiction here!
Published in Desserts
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