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Sorvete de Coco Vegano | Chubby Vegan

Sorvete de Coco Vegano | Chubby Vegan

Creme brûlée (vegan)

Creme brûlée (vegan)

Receita de Sorvete-mousse de maracujá

Receita de Sorvete-mousse de maracujá

These ultimate chewy chocolate chip cookies are sure to be a hit with your friends and family! They are easy, delicious, and vegan-friendly!

These ultimate chewy chocolate chip cookies are sure to be a hit with your friends and family! They are easy, delicious, and vegan-friendly!

Waffle de Banana sem glúten [publi] | Chubby Vegan

Waffle de Banana sem glúten [publi] | Chubby Vegan

The easiest healthiest vegan Oreos! Three ingredient crunchy chocolate cookies and lots of healthy filling options. Gluten-free and oil-free.

The easiest healthiest vegan Oreos! Three ingredient crunchy chocolate cookies and lots of healthy filling options. Gluten-free and oil-free.

SORVETE CASEIRO DE CHOCOLATE C/ FLOCOS DE CHOCOLATE E VIVA O DIA DO SORVETE - Receitas Culinárias

SORVETE CASEIRO DE CHOCOLATE C/ FLOCOS DE CHOCOLATE E VIVA O DIA DO SORVETE - Receitas Culinárias

Vegan raspberry cheesecake bars that can be stored in the fridge for weeks! Simple and healthy ingredients. | choosingchia.com

Vegan raspberry cheesecake bars that can be stored in the fridge for weeks! Simple and healthy ingredients. | choosingchia.com

O Sorvete Natural de Morango é fácil de fazer, fica delicioso, cheio de vitaminas e com 0% de conservantes. Experimente e refresque-se com muito sabor! Vej

O Sorvete Natural de Morango é fácil de fazer, fica delicioso, cheio de vitaminas e com 0% de conservantes. Experimente e refresque-se com muito sabor! Vej

For the past year or so, I've been hearing a lot about aquafaba, the protein-rich liquid found inside a can of chickpeas. It's pretty amazing stuff—you can whip it into stiff peaks like a meringue, use it to leaven pancakes and waffles, or make light sponge cakes, all without any eggs at all. You can also use it to make mayonnaise. Or so they say.

For the past year or so, I've been hearing a lot about aquafaba, the protein-rich liquid found inside a can of chickpeas. It's pretty amazing stuff—you can whip it into stiff peaks like a meringue, use it to leaven pancakes and waffles, or make light sponge cakes, all without any eggs at all. You can also use it to make mayonnaise. Or so they say.