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Banana Rabanada + Smoothie Supreme from Vegan Brunch

bananas rabanada and smootie supreme

It was another busy week, so I did all of my VegCookbook cooking for the week this morning! I made the hubs and I the Banana Rabanada (Brazilian French Toast) and the Smoothies Supreme. Both were delicious!
The Banana Rabanada was particularly yummy. Who would think to blend bananas, corn starch, vanilla, and almond milk to create a french toast soaking mixture. Sooooo good. You definitely don’t want to make your slices bigger than the recommended  1 inch, so that the bread soaks up all the banana goodness. The recipe called for a stale baguette, do I bought one on Friday morning and used it today (Monday), which worked great.

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Perfect Pancakes from Vegan Brunch by Isa Chandra Moskowitz

Last week was super busy, so I only had time to make one of my favorite recipes from our March VegCookbook, Vegan Brunch: the Perfect Pancakes.

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What I love about these pancakes is 1. because they’re vegan you can always have all the ingredients on hand to whip up pancakes at a moment’s notice, and 2. the addition of maple syrup and cinnamon to the batter makes them extra delish!

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Stove Top Granola from Forks Over Knives

Last week, I made the Stove Top Granola from our November VegCookbook, Forks Over Knives: The Cookbook.

It’s a quick and simple recipe with only five ingredients: rolled oats, date molasses or brown rice syrup, cinnamon, salt, and dried fruit. I used brown rice syrup, because I had it on hand, and didn’t include dried fruit, because that would have meant a trip to the store on my lazy Thanksgiving weekend (:

The result was mildly sweet and very chewy.  It sort of reminded me of the caramel popcorn balls kids used to bring in their lunch in the 70s (do people make those anymore?).

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