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Hell Yes It’s Vegan shares fun, vibrant recipes for all diets & walks of life straight from Phoenix, AZ. 🌵

Member Since: Feb 11, 2019


Last Posted Recipe: Apr 18, 2019

Vegan Cobb Salad

Vegan cobb salad – complete with kale, coconut bacon, tofu hard boiled egg, tomato, avocado, peas, broccoli, red onion, and almond dijon dressing.

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Almond Dijon Dressing

Toss almond dijon dressing on top of your favorite salads or serve it as a dip in a vegetable tray! Slather almond dijon on a sandwich in place of mustard and mayo.

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Quick Coconut Bacon

I hope you all enjoy this recipe for quick coconut bacon! I know there are a million recipes out there for coconut bacon but mine is a little different because it contains whiskey.

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Southwest Avocado Salad

So what makes this salad so southwest? My southwest avocado salad features a myriad of ingredients spanning from fresh radishes to cilantro. These accompany the beans and corn making it equally fresh as it is filling.

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Jackfruit -Chicken- Noodle Soup

Preparing jackfruit “chicken” noodle soup is super easy. Whether you use an Instant Pot or stick to the stove, the ingredients are the same. The only thing that varies is the that the Instant Pot will prepare the soup a little faster than a stovetop.

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Elote Popcorn

What makes the “elote” in elote popcorn? A few simple ingredients! Chili lime seasoning, vegan grated parmesan, and some sea salt!

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Hibiscus Quesadillas

Have you ever thought of using hibiscus flowers 🌺 as a meat substitute? Try them in these Hibiscus Quesadillas

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Creamy Cilantro Lime Dressing

Creamy Cilantro Lime Dressing is so versatile. While it obviously makes a great salad dressing, you can also use it on top of enchiladas or slather it on top of corn on the cob. You can also dip tortilla chips in it too!

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Cauliflower Leek Soup

Cauliflower leek soup is so much better than anything you might find in the soup aisle, and the best news is: it’s really easy to make.

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