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Granita

Pomegranate Granita

This elegant frozen dessert — with a flavor reminiscent of mulled wine — includes spices that help support your immune system during cold-and-flu season.
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A cast-iron skillet of sauteed apples with maple-glazed pecans next to slices of apple and a bowl of pecans.

Sautéed Apples With Maple-Glazed Pecans

Sautéing apples enables you to cook them through without dehydrating them like baking or roasting does, and it allows the apples to maintain their shape and not get mushy. Serve with plain yogurt, a drizzle of cream, or a crumble of goat cheese.
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Almond-butter

Almond Butter

Try this spread with apricot jam for a new twist on a PB and J sandwich. Note: Grinding nuts into paste can be taxing on your food processor. Give it a rest for a few minutes in the middle of grinding so that it doesn’t overheat.
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casserole with bone in lamb and vegetables

Spicy Lamb Ribs

A terrific appetizer, this dish becomes a meal when served with a salad of shredded cabbage and pomegranate seeds. When purchasing the lamb ribs, ask your butcher to cut a couple racks of lamb for you, separating the bones from the top of the rack and the chops.
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Avocado Breakfast Puddings

Purée an avocado, banana, or mango, and mix with chia seeds for a tropical, fresh breakfast. Or try a chai version. Make ahead and store in small canning jars for a healthy breakfast on the go.
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Mint-Sorbet

Avocado-Mint Sherbet

Avocados make a great base for this creamy frozen dessert, which doesn’t require dairy or eggs. If you like the combination of mint and chocolate, add 1/4 cup raw cacao nibs to the mix before freezing.
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Berry-Crisp

Fruit Crumble

The best thing about a crisp or crumble is that it’s a quick and easy dessert that you can toss together with any fruit you have on hand. Small berries can be thrown in whole; larger ones, like strawberries, are better cut in half. Stone fruits, like plums, peaches, and apricots, need to be pitted and sliced into bite-sized pieces. You can also use frozen fruit, as long as you thaw it first and drain the liquid. You might try adding a little vanilla, ginger, or grated citrus zest to the fruit for added zing. Or use some “pie spices” like cinnamon, allspice, and cardamom in the topping.
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Flan

Flan

Custards that are traditionally baked in a bain-marie, or water bath, turn out even better in the pressure cooker: They cook more evenly and are less likely to form large bubbles or curdle.
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Coconut Chocolate Truffles

Chocolate truffles are traditionally made with cream, butter, and egg yolks, but this simple version uses coconut milk and coconut oil. Try different flavorings such as orange or lemon zest, cinnamon, cardamom, or even a pinch of cayenne pepper.
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homemade dark chocolate pudding

Vegan Dark-Chocolate Pudding

This pudding is rich, satisfying, and dairy-free. Experiment by adding a bit of grated orange zest, a little vanilla or almond extract, or a tablespoon of peanut butter or almond butter.
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