Celebrate Independence Day With A Vegan Feast

Today, Americans celebrate Independence Day! Why not take the chance and celebrate the most important public holiday with a vegan feast. There are countless delicious vegan recipes out there. However, what makes the following five recipes special is their alignment to the colors of the US flag. So, there are also beautifully and lovingly looking reminding the American people not only of their Independence day but hopefully also of their responsibility towards an animal-caring and environmentally aware attitude. God bless America and let it be a blessing to the world by advocating a meat-free and animal-caring world.

These 5 vegan Fourth of July recipes from some of our favorite bloggers will color your day with beautiful (and fruity) reds, whites and blues.

Happy Independence Day to our USA community members and all those who are celebrating today.

If you are looking for some vegan style inspiration for this Fourth of July, you have come to the right place!

Here are five, red white and blue vegan Fourth of July recipes, from some of our favorite bloggers, to help you celebrate and impress, the compassionate way:

1. Strawberry-Blueberry Tapioca Parfaits

Susan Voisin of Fat Fat Free Vegan Kitchen shows us how to make a tapioca dessert with a twist, in this low fat patriotic dessert composed mainly of tapioca, strawberries, blueberries and almond milk.

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2. Berry Stuffed Breakfast Cupcakes

Why wait for dessert when you can start Fourth of July with these Berry Stuffed Breakfast Cupcakes made with Spelt flour by Chocolate Covered Katie

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3. Fourth of July Flag Cake

It’s a cake, it’s a flag, and it will fulfill your festive needs this Fourth of July. Plus that coconut whip frosting topped with summer berries is absolutely drool worthy. Thank you Kathy Patalsky of Healthy Happy Life for this awesome recipe! 

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4. Red, White, and Blue Fruit Terrine

Looking for something on the lighter side? This fruit terrine by Susan Voisin of Fat Free Vegan Kitchen will have you set with its holiday colors and summery taste. Agar is the perfect ingredient to gel it all together.

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5. Berries and Raw Vegan Cream

If you like keeping things simple, then you would love this idea by Gena Hamshaw of Choosing Raw. Simple honest goodness in this strawberry – blueberry mix with a homemade cashew cream. 

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Source: theveganwoman.com!

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