The next thing you need to do is bake these delicious homemade treats.
It is very simple to make these vegan desserts and they are a great way to start a new holiday or to use up some leftover fruit and vegetables.
In this post we are sharing some delicious vegan Thanksgiving desserts that are packed with flavor and are easy to make.
These Thanksgiving desserts are also delicious as part of a vegetarian meal.
The recipe for these delicious Thanksgiving desserts can be adapted for any holiday.
We recommend starting with a simple apple dessert recipe, as these recipes are easy and delicious.
For this recipe, we used a combination of fresh, dried, and frozen apples.
You can use fresh or frozen apples if you prefer, but we recommend using frozen apples for a healthier taste.
First, you will need a pot to make your apple desserts.
Place a bowl of water in a pot and add your apples, peaches, plums, and dates.
If you do not have a pot, you can buy frozen or canned apples.
Cook your apples in the pot for about 10 minutes.
Once the apples are cooked, add them to the pot.
Bring the water to a boil and simmer for about 15 minutes.
If you want to add in more cinnamon, you may also add in the cinnamon, cloves, or cardamom.
Now, it is time to add your dried fruits.
When you add them, be sure to let them sit for at least 10 minutes before adding to the pan.
Cook your dried fruit for about 5 minutes before removing them to a plate.
Add the dried fruits to the apple mixture and stir until everything is coated with your apple mixture.
Finally, you add your frozen fruit and the mixture will thicken and thicken.
This is your Thanksgiving dessert!
These delicious vegan desserts are packed full of delicious flavor and can be enjoyed any day.
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