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Britney Victoria Alston

Britney Alston is a recipe developer, food writer and cooking instructor. She completed her diploma in plant-based culinary arts from Le Cordon Bleu London and studied nutrition abroad as well, at the University of Winchester. Prior to joining the Test Kitchen at Dotdash Meredith, Britney created food and nutrition content for online publications. She also continues to teach weekly cooking classes to individuals looking to learn healthy eating habits and techniques. Britney loves traveling and trying different healthy foods around the globe.
Apple-Cider Vinaigrette
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This light, garlicky apple-cider vinaigrette tastes great with all manner of greens: delicate greens, peppery greens like arugula and hardy greens like kale.
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White Balsamic Vinaigrette
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This white-balsamic dressing is perfect when you want the sweet-tart flavor of balsamic vinegar without the dark color. This dressing will work well on any salad, but pairs particularly well with fruit.
This frozen watermelon margarita is refreshingly balanced with sweet watermelon and tart lime juice. Seasoning around the rim offers a little heat. Feel free to swap out the watermelon for cantaloupe or honeydew for a different take.
Strawberry Vinaigrette
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This subtly sweet strawberry vinaigrette has a nice kick from the apple-cider vinegar and crushed red pepper flakes. Try this easy vinaigrette on a spinach or arugula salad.
Vegan Vanilla Cake
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Layers of fluffy cake are coated in a creamy frosting to create this sweet vegan vanilla cake. Mixing almond milk and apple-cider vinegar creates a vegan alternative to buttermilk. We top the cake with fresh berries, but other fresh fruit like peaches or cherries would be just as delicious.
Vegan Quinoa Chili
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This light but filling vegan quinoa chili is packed with fresh veggies, with quinoa and black beans adding protein and fiber. Complete this easy one-pot dinner with vegan cheese, dairy-free yogurt or your favorite chili toppings.
Recover from your next workout with this healthy chocolate milk recovery drink. Avocado adds creaminess while chocolate and peanut butter give it a satisfying salty-sweet flavor. Oats will fill you up with their added boost of fiber.
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Vegan Chickpea Frittata
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This vegan chickpea frittata is a creamy breakfast (or dinner!) dish loaded with veggies. The tomatoes give a burst of flavor in each bite, while the mushrooms add a savory note. The black salt is what gives this vegan frittata an egg-like flavor, but regular salt can be used in its place.
Recover from your next workout with this healthy chocolate milk recovery drink. Avocado adds creaminess while chocolate and peanut butter give it a satisfying salty-sweet flavor. Oats will fill you up with their added boost of fiber.
Vegan Chickpea Frittata
Rating: Unrated
New!
This vegan chickpea frittata is a creamy breakfast (or dinner!) dish loaded with veggies. The tomatoes give a burst of flavor in each bite, while the mushrooms add a savory note. The black salt is what gives this vegan frittata an egg-like flavor, but regular salt can be used in its place.