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15 Fabulous Vegan Brunch Recipes for Mother’s Day


Moms deserve to feel appreciated for all they do every day of the year! However, it’s extra important to make sure they feel special on Mother’s Day. One of the best ways to show your appreciation for mothers and mother-figures in your life is to make them a fabulous meal full of tasty vegan dishes. From vegan eggs benedict to champagne waffles, these recipes will make the mothers in your life feel like the queens that they are!

We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! 

1. The Best Mimosa

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Source: The Best Mimosa

Mimosas are a great celebratory drink. They are light, fizzy, and easy to sip as you chat with your besties. And, it’s pretty much the only drink that’s acceptable to have before 11 a.m.! So, let’s start

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Recipes and food that will ap-peal: How to celebrate National Banana Day in style

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Why do bananas never get lonely? Because they hang out in bunches. And why did the banana fail his driving test? Wait for it … he kept peeling out. It’s OK to appeal to one’s corny side this week since, after all, it’s National Banana Day on April 21.

Ba-na-na-naaaah.

But seriously folks, when life hands you bananas that could be in six varieties — baby, Burro, Cavendish, Manzano aka apple, red and plantain, the latter which are on the savory side and more starchy. The most commonly consumed in the United States are Cavendish.

Did you know bananas are actually berries? Also, their high potassium can help replenish electrolytes after a workout. And can you guess best way to make a banana split? Well, cut it in half, silly!

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Peanut butter and bananas? Perfect together. Here it is on a bowl at Baya Bar

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Minimize Food Waste In Your Kitchen This Earth Day With Tips, Recipes From Chef Kathy Gunst

For a lot of people, recycling has become second nature. Separating glass bottles, plastic take-out containers and cardboard from the rest of your trash is something you probably do without thinking about it. But when it comes to food waste, it’s a different story.

“In the United States, over one-third of all available food goes uneaten through loss or waste. When food is tossed aside, so too are opportunities for improved food security, economic growth, and environmental prosperity,” according to the Department of Agriculture.

How often do you come home from the supermarket or the farmers market and throw out the leafy green tops of beets, carrots or leeks? When you open your refrigerator and discover bits of vegetables, herbs and leftover meat or poultry, what happens? If you’re like most people, that stuff ends up in the trash or the compost bin.

Earth Day is a good time to

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32 vegetarian and vegan recipes to cook for Earth Day

More and more people are embracing the plant-based life — and for good reason.

Scientists and nutritionists alike find that eating habits in the Mediterranean diet and Planetary Health Diet have optimal benefits for both the body and the earth. Both styles of eating include hefty portions of vegetables, fruits and plant-based proteins like legumes and ancient grains, and little to no meat.

Whether you’ve been fully vegan for years and are looking for some new dishes to add to repertoire, eat vegetarian most days or eat meat every night and have no idea where to start, these straightforward yet flavorful recipes will be welcome additions to your weekly meal plan.

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Baked Broken Lasagna Pasta with Spinach

Courtesy Adam Friedlander

This recipe tackles the high-moisture of eggplant in a new way by treating them how one would cook mushrooms — without any oil or fat added — so that you can skip that step

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