Kwanzaa  Recipes

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What Is Kwanzaa?

It is a non-secular, cultural holiday, created by activist, author, and professor Maulana Karenge.    Kwanzaa, is a seven day celebration of African American heritage, that promotes African traditions, celebrated alongside or as an alternative to the religious holidays of the season, which starts on December 26 running to January 1st every year.

How to Celebrate Kwanzaa?

Kwanzaa is celebrated over seven days, starting on December 26th through January 1st. Each day focuses on one of seven principles. Celebrations involve lighting a candle each day, exchanging gifts and embracing African cultural expressions through music, dance, storytelling and food.

Vegan Red Velvet Cake 

This vegan Red Velvet Cake recipe has it all, boldly colored chocolate cake and tangy cream cheese frosting, and it does it all without dairy or eggs!

Black Eyed Pea Soup

You can't get more Southern than this delicious, easy to make Black-Eyed Pea Soup with collard greens.

Easy Vegan Deviled Eggs

A mouth watering, southern classic and a great appetizer that's also perfect a gathering.

Strawberry Shortcake

Fluffy and sweet, gluten-free biscuits, topped with strawberries and coconut whipped cream.

Vegan Shrimp

Flavorful, crispy and golden brown vegan shrimp. A classic southern comfort food.

Buttermilk Biscuits

Vegan and gluten-free buttermilk biscuits that are fluffy, filling, and super easy to make!

Sweet Potato Bread

Southern Sweet Potato Bread. A classic old fashioned quick bread loaf with a cinnamon and spice drizzle, topping.

Buttery Cornbread

Moist, mouth watering, vegan cornbread that's just the right balance of sweet and buttery flavors.

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