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Vegan Golden Beet Veggie Balls with Almond Sage Cranberry Crema


Vegan Golden Beet Veggie Balls with Almond Sage Cranberry Crema

(The Best Years in Life) Boost the delicious, health potential of your holiday meals with more plant foods with this recie (as modified) from the American Institute of Cancer Research! Try making a plant-based entrée like these veggie “meatballs”, filled with the goodness of beans, grains, vegetables, and herbs. These crispy veggie balls are filled with the earthy, holiday flavors of golden beets, white beans, sage, and hazelnuts. Serve them alongside this easy almond crema dip for the perfect party appetizer, holiday entrée, or comforting side dish.

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