Vegan Quick Breads

Vegan Fig and Walnut Bread

Fig and walnut bread

This recipe comes together superfast and easy. Feel free to substitute other dried fruit like raisins. apricots or dates for chopped dried figs. Awesome by itself or with a schmear of nut butter for extra protein, fiber and fun. Recipe and photo by Ellen Kanner. Shown here with the bread is Tofu Scramble with Jalapeño and Cilantro. more→

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Quick Three-Grain Brown Bread

Quick brown bread

Pop this easy egg- and dairy-free wheat, cornmeal, and rye quick bread into the oven while your favorite soup is simmering on the stove. You’ll love this moist loaf!  more→

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Green Chili Cornbread

This moist vegan cornbread, spiked with green chile peppers, is an ideal companion to bean dishes, stews, and other hearty fare. Adapted from Vegan Soups and Hearty Stews for All Seasons by Nava Atlas. more→

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Sweet Potato-Spelt Biscuits

Vegan Sweet potato spelt biscuits recipe

These vegan sweet potato biscuits are so moist and flaky, they practically melt in your mouth. Contributed by Cathe Olson, from The Vegetarian Mother’s Cookbook.* more→

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Dill Bread

Fresh Dill

Contributed by Carol Smolinski. I love this bread as an accompaniment for any savory soup.  They also make the best sandwiches: Earth Balance Mayo, thinly sliced: avocado, tomato, cucumber, leafy green lettuce, spinach leaves, kale, roasted veggies, steamed sliced squash – the ingredients for a sandwich are endless! I love savory offerings and also have a vegan cream cheese spread recipe I make that compliments this bread wonderfully.   more→

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Vegan Cornbread

Vegan cornbread from Happy Herbivore

This is my favorite cornbread recipe. It’s quick and simple—the kind of recipe you can whip up at any time because you always have the ingredients on hand. Recipe contributed by Lindsay S. Nixon, from The Happy Herbivore Cookbook.* more→

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Cinnamon Rolls

This is a great rainy day project for kids of all ages. It’s a bit involved, with a number of steps, but none are complicated or difficult. Under adult supervision, kids are able to participate in nearly every step along the way. Rolling out the dough and sprinkling the filling are especially fun for little hands. And the results—warm, delectable cinnamon rolls that are far more wholesome than the ones from the mall or the supermarket—make the whole exercise worthwhile. more→

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Sweet Potato Biscuits

Here’s a vegan version of the slightly sweet, traditional Southern biscuits. more→

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