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Smoothie bowls are the perfect nutrient-packed treat for summer, and this berry coconut smoothie bowl from @nicole_thenomad uses some of your favorite in season fruit to satisfy your sweet tooth.

If you were less than thrilled to discover that natural cereal was not actually cereal, you’ll be less disappointed by this recipe for natural popsicles. Using fruit and coconut water, @janellerohner creates a tasty and pretty summer treat.

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For a quick breakfast when you’re on the go, try meal prepping these 5-ingredient vegan almond chocolate bars from vegan dietician @alyssafontainerd. Banana, almond butter, oats, chocolate chips, and coconut give this bar a delicious flavor and consistency.

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These two-ingredient blueberry and coconut treats from @allaboutmygs take just 10 to 15 minutes to make and provide some healthy fats to give your dog a shiny coat.

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Rich, creamy, fluffy Dalgona coffee has taken TikTok by storm—and with good reason. This delicious drink is made by whipping equal parts of instant coffee, sugar, and hot water, then putting the mouse-like mixture on top of hot or cold milk depending on your preference. As TikTok user @plantbasedcouple shows, you can also use almond, coconut, soy, or oat milk if you’re avoiding real dairy.

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This plant-based fruit bowl from @bearenger will satisfy your sweet tooth while packing in tons of nutrient dense foods. The combination of mango, cherry, banana, strawberry, pleach, raspberry, homemade coconut whip, coconut shreds, goji berries, and cacao nibs is a dream come true.

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I was trying to figure out a way to serve up a hot take and pronounce that this was not the best Girl Scout cookie, but I would have been kidding myself and doing you a disservice. This is, simply, a stellar cookie, and superior to the others if only because there are so many different things going on.

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No cocktail says tropical vacation quite like the frozen piña colada, which originated in Puerto Rico. It’s been the island’s official drink since 1978, though two places in Old San Juan claim to be its birthplace: The Caribe Hilton Hotel and Barrachina Restaurant.

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You'll be hard-pressed to find many Panamanian restaurants outside of Panama. That's what makes Panama's cuisine all the more exciting. A visit isn't complete without sampling a bowl of sanocho, a chicken-based stew that incorporates a combination of corn, yam, plantains, and various herbs and spices depending on the region. Often, sanocho is served with a side of rice, but crunchy patacones (mashed and fried plantains) also offer a delicious pairing.

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Daiya’s ranch was dairy-, gluten-, soy- and egg-free. One taster said that despite being strangely sweet, the dressing had texture and flavor profiles one would expect from ranch dressing. Another participant wrote that though the dressing looked cheap, it tasted better than expected. But many complained that it tasted chalky and smelled like cheese. Another said it simply tasted weird, while one taster picked up mango and coconut flavors.

If coconut oil has a regular place in your pantry, you may already know what a treat it can be to bake with. While it's a staple in vegan dess…

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