10 Genius Vegan Recipes To Add To Your 4th Of July BBQ Menu
Give your 4th of July barbecue a plant-based makeover with these vegan recipes that everyone can enjoy.
Packed with healthy fats, fiber, potassium, vitamin E, folic acid and B vitamins, it's no mystery that avocados are packed with nutrition. I love serving this guacamole with homemade tortilla chips and raw veggies, spread onto sandwiches and veggie burgers, and dolloped atop of vibrant salads. With such delicious flavors and versatility, the possibilities are endless!
These summer rolls are stuffed with antioxidant-rich vegetables, creamy avocado, fresh herbs, sweet mango and a few pinches of chili flakes for a touch of heat. Oh, and don’t forget the almond butter sauce – you might even want to make a double batch!
A quick sauté of some onions, squash and spinach creates a light and easy sauce for a meal you can make in less than 30 minutes. It’s filling, yet not in the kind of way that will weigh you down on a balmy summer night, and is spruced up with parsley to make it feel extra fresh.
While summer is synonymous with salad season, a few of the season's superstar vegetables can get a flavor-boosting hand from a little heat. If your fridge is overflowing with fresh zucchini and earthy, ruby-hued beets, it's time to whip them up into this Garam Masala-spiked side dish fit for summer entertaining.
Savor this rich and flavorful gluten-free, dairy-free ice cream recipe. Top with fresh berries for a festive garnish!
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