I recently discovered an award-winning dietician who has amazing "Desi" recipes and meal prep ideas- she even has a free E-book for download with 25 easy whole food recipes! She is the Desi-licious RD Shahzadi. I wanted to share with you her recipe for Spicy Vegan Peanut Butter Tofu- healthy and delicious.
RECIPE FROM NUTRITIONFACTS.ORG
Avocado and almond butter add richness to this chocolaty pudding
Prep Time 10 mins
Course: Dessert Cuisine: American Difficulty: Easy Makes: 4 1/4 cup servings
Daily Dozen Food(s): Berries, Nuts and Seeds, Other Fruits Servings:
4 servings Calories: 165kcal
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