Virtual Vegan *Linky* Potluck Part 14

Welcome to the Virtual Vegan *Linky* Potluck!

VVLPButton1300px The wonderful Annie of An Unrefined Vegan, the creator of the twice-annual Virtual Vegan Potluck has now designed an event to keep alive the spirit of the VVP on a weekly basis. Every Wednesday there will be a blog hop that runs along the same lines as the VVP: food bloggers contributing delicious vegan, plant-based recipes within the following courses: Beverages, Appetizers, Salads, Breads, Soups/Stews, Main Dishes, Desserts. So, every Wednesday I will be joined by Angela of Canned Time and Annie to host the Potluck party where you can submit your recipes to any one of our blogs through the link at the bottom of this post.  You have until the following Monday morning to enter and then we will share the favorite recipe from each course!

Here are the favourites from last weeks potluck!

Beverages
Chocolate Mousse Protein Shake
by Jennifer Weinberg, MD

cacao moussemikshake

Appetizers
White Bean Hummus
by Adventures in Mindful Living

http://www.adventuresinmindfulliving.com/white-bean-hummus/


Breads
Date-Sweetened Zucchini Bread
by The Conscientious Eater

Date- Sweetened Zucchini Bread


Soups/Stews
Broccoli “Cheese” Soup
by My Sister’s Pantry

broccoli cheese soup

Salads
Roasted Beet Salad with Vegan Feta
by Urban Naturale

roast-beet-salad

Sides
Roasted Tomatoes & Peppers
by The Seasonal Veg Head

roasted tomatoes and peppers

Main Courses
Biscuits & Gravy
by Art, Health, & Happiness

Biscuits & Gravy
Desserts
Blondies
by Ellie Slices Bagels

Blondies

Here are my top picks this week:

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Vegan Chocolate Fudge Pop Tarts with Raspberry Glaze|Dr. Leah Brahms’ Fabulous Fungilli|Mashed Potato Curry Recipe|Vegan Hazelnut Macchiato

 

Grab the button for your blog (and please include a link back to this page)!

What you need to do to join the party:

  1. Click on the link at the bottom of this post to enter the party.
  2. Enter the requested info: the link to the recipe you are contributing; name of the recipe; blog name; your name and email address; and select an image.
  3. Add a link back to the linky party within the text of your blog post that has the recipe in it (i.e., “I submitted this recipe to the Virtual Vegan Linky Potluck.”)
  4. You can then submit a second recipe if you wish.
  5. Share the linky party with your blogging friends via social media or through a post on your own blog.  Add the Virtual Vegan Linky Party button to your blog and please link the button back to that page so that people can find us.

A couple of things to keep in mind:

  1. Bloggers submitting recipes need not be vegan, but recipes must be 100% vegan/plant-based.  Recipes containing animal products will be removed from the Potluck. This includes honey.
  2. Entry per person, per week is limited to two.

Now, let’s get this party started! Happy Potluck!

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8 Responses to Virtual Vegan *Linky* Potluck Part 14

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  2. Thank you! I am so delighted that you featured ‘Roasted Beet Salad with Vegan Feta by Urban Naturale’ on the Virtual Vegan Linky Potluck this week! I sincerely appreciate the support and recognition!
    All the best, Deborah

  3. Thanks for featuring my pop tarts! I am seriously hungry for those biscuits and gravy, and broccoli “cheese” soup.. I guess I am cold right now. 🙂

  4. Kayse says:

    Thank you so much! I’m so very excited to be the featured entree!
    Thank you!

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  6. Hey there Poppy! It’s been a long time since I’ve checked out your blog chica, but what a bonanza you’ve got here today. I’ve got to try that date-sweetened zucchini bread. I used to love zucchini bread, but I haven’t had it in years. Hope all is well! Celeste 🙂

    • Poppy says:

      It’s so wonderful to hear from you Celeste! The Potluck is great fun and I hope someday if it tickles your fancy you might submit one of your great recipes! Let me know if you try that bread, I’m not sure I’ve ever tried zucchini bread! Hope to catch up soon! Poppy 😀

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