We, at Veggie Fest Chicago, are dedicated to providing you with some of the best vegan and vegetarian recipes from cuisines all over the world. Enjoy our growing collection of recipes from renowned chefs who just love food!

Almond Spice Cacao BallsBy Veggie Fest TeamCacao is a legendary superfood that elevates these treats into the healthiest of snacks.
Chocolate Chip CookiesBy Veggie Fest TeamThis fail-proof classic recipe, featuring chocolate and pecans, makes about 4 dozen. Popular with all ages, this version stores well, so consider doubling the recipe and freezing any extras.
Chocolate MousseBy Veggie Fest TeamDon’t let the prunes fool you – this is a rich, velvety-smooth pudding.
Churros with Hazelnut Chocolate Sauce (Vegan, Gluten-free)By Veggie Fest TeamVioleta Patiño prepared these vegan, gluten-free Churros with Hazelnut Chocolate Sauce at our February 9th, 2019 “Valentine Lunch Mexican Style” cooking demo held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois. Churros are a mouthwatering, popular treat in Mexico, and when dipped into vegan hazelnut chocolate sauce, you can easily see why!
Cinnamon Streusel Coffee CakeBy Veggie Fest TeamWant to wow your guests at your next brunch? This Cinnamon Streusel Coffee Cake, loaded with buttery, cinnamon goodness, never fails to impress. Vegan and gluten-free option!
Coconut Covered MorselsBy Veggie Fest TeamChock-full of goodness, these coconut-covered morsels are perfect for healthy snacking.
Energy Boosting HalvaBy Veggie Fest TeamLavina Sethi prepared this Energy Boosting Halva at our December 8th, 2018 Delicious Desserts cooking class, held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois.
Frozen Mango YogurtBy Veggie Fest TeamThe delectable flavors of mango and coconut are captured in this refreshing dessert.
Fruit KabobsBy Veggie Fest TeamExperiment with this luscious low-calorie appetizer, selecting a colorful mix of sweet fruits in season.
Golden Date and Apple PieBy Veggie Fest TeamNaturally sweetened with wholesome dates and fruit juice, this double-crust pie is sure to be a guilt-free hit. Granny Smith and gala apples are often favorites for pies, but many types of apples will work. See our tip for making a beautiful vegan glaze for the top.
Piña Colada Fruit SaladBy Veggie Fest TeamClassic tropical flavors make this a true crowd-pleaser. If fresh pineapple or mango is not available, consider substituting frozen versions. Even canned fruit packed in juice can be used; the result won’t have the same delicate fragrance, but can still be enjoyed.
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