Healthy Vegan Fridays #86

Happy Friday! I hope you’re getting ready for a fabulous weekend, however you spend it. Even if you’re not big into heart day – enjoy some down time, have some chocolate and watch some cheezy movies. My usual way of spending the day. This year, my husband and I are volunteering by cooking supper for a group of people with children sick in the hospital and are staying from out of town/state at a house that supports them. I will post about it next week =) Now, down to food business!

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Let’s check out last weeks recipes.

Skinny No-Bake Red Velvet Cookies from Veggie Quest:

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This little will let you enjoy a sweet treat without having to overindulge. These cookies are so pretty and perfectly in theme for the upcoming weekend. These gluten free beauties are a great healthy cookie to enjoy anytime.

Strawberry Cheesecake Dip from The Lazy Vegan Baker:

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Another light treat to enjoy! The beautiful colour of this dip comes from freeze dried strawberries which I have yet to try, but definitely have to track some down to make this dip. This comes together quickly and makes a great snack for when friends come over… or all by yourself haha ;p

Coconut Oil Chocolate Fudge from Oatmeal With a Fork:

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FUDGE! I will admit that I never enjoyed fudge before going vegan, but the vegan varieties have captured my heart. And this recipe sounds especially delicious. With just a few ingredients, this comes together quickly. And Lauren even includes a video showing how to make it. Yum.

This week, I’m sharing my Chocolate Coconut Creams.

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20 thoughts on “Healthy Vegan Fridays #86

  1. Awww Kimmy, I love that you are always volunteering and doing good deeds – that just melts my heart how you are spending this weekend <3 I hope you have a lovely Valentine's Day (chocolate and a cheezy movie sounds excellent to me 😀 )!

    1. Yay, thanks Kaila! They’re so fun to make. But be sure to use a fresh beet (steamed in the microwave) to get the pretty color. I also recommend using the coconut flour if you have it–it gives the cookies a bit of a macaroon flavor that’s really nice. :-)

  2. I think a couple of linkers missed out on the whole VEGAN part this week! :/

    I am definitely intrigued by those haggis crepes! They look super yummy. 😀
    Because I am single society does not allow me to have an opinion on valentine’s day (unless it is weeping because what is the meaning of life if you don’t have a partner… which I am definitely not going to be doing… heh). Anyway, I will be off doing a special yoga class and having a generally lovely time, regardless of the date. :)

    1. Oh really? I try my best at moderating, but I got behind the past couple of weeks. Thanks for the heads up.
      I think your yoga class sounds like a fab way to spend the day Susan! And I hope you were able to have the raw treats after.

    1. Happy Valentine’s Day Sandi! Thank yo uso much! Oooh I can’t wait to check out your turtle cheese cake – you always make such amazing desserts (I’ve tried a few and have always loved them). Hope you had a fantastic weekend!

  3. Kimmy, what a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day! That’s really sharing love, you know? Also, your coconut creams look OFF THE CHARTS. I’m clicking on over to those right now. :-)

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