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Vegan Fruit Pastries

It's not always easy to find vegan pastries available to buy in a store or bakery, but it's definitely easy to make them yourself! These fruit pastries are sure to be a hit, so you might want to double the recipe from the beginning if they're not all for yourself :)

It's not always easy to find vegan pastries available to buy in a store or bakery, but it's definitely easy to make them yourself! These fruit pastries are sure to be a hit, so you might want to double the recipe from the beginning if they're not all for yourself :)
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Yields: 8 pastries
Instructions:

Ingredients:

1 cup Vegan cream cheese
1⁄4 cup organic cane sugar
1⁄2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
6 vegan phyllo dough sheets
1⁄4 cup organic coconut oil
5 Strawberries (thinly sliced)
1⁄2 cup blueberries
3 tablespoons organic maple syrup

Steps:

For the filling, add the vegan cream cheese, organic cane sugar, and pure vanilla extract to a mixing bowl. And mix!
Lay out a vegan phyllo dough, and brush with coconut oil.
Fold over twice lengthwise so it becomes a long rectangle and 3 layers deep.
Spread some of the filling in the top right corner, and then add a few pieces of fruit. You’ll want enough fruit, but not too much that it makes it hard to fold the dough. Maybe start with a couple pieces of strawberries or 7 or so blueberries.
Start folding triangles, and make sure to brush some coconut oil where the phyllo dough touches.
On a baking pan arrange the pastries, and spread some coconut oil on top.
Bake at 400 degrees F (204 degrees C) for 20 mins.
Drizzle with organic maple syrup, or you might opt for a sprinkling of powdered sugar!

Source:

klezmer41

I'm Scott, and I started this site with the intention of creating a central hang out for veg*ns, and as a resource for anybody interested in learning more about vegetarianism. I believe that compassion towards animals and a plant-based lifestyle can go mainstream, and I'm doing my best to help that happen. When I'm not designing and building websites,I love spending time with my friends and family, cooking (trying to at least), watching movies and binge-watching TV shows, and spending time outside. My favorite eateries in the Seattle area are currently Wayward Vegan Cafe, and the No Bones About It food truck. I'm kind of a music fanatic, if you'd like to see what I'm listening to here's my Last.fm profile: http://www.last.fm/user/nombrecinq

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