As promised, vegan (or veganizable) recipes that use mesquite flour. Gotta say, raw foodists are really representing with the mesquite flour recipes. I'm gonna make some cookies and the raw caramel apple dip to start, what about you?
~Hungry Vegan's Carob-Mesquite Dream Smoothie
~Raw Food Recipes' Bring on the Heat Raw Vegan Chili
~Raw Sacramento's Tahitian Vanilla Crème Parfait with Tropical Fruit Compote, Candied Walnuts, and Sweet Ginger Corn Cakes
~Jamie Abrams' Ginger Mesquite'en Me Crazy Balls and Sunny Ice Cream
~Marisa's Healthy Kitchen- Butterscotch Smoothie, Banana and Avocado Sweet Snack, Banana Ice Cream Love, Superfood Smoothie
~Durian Coconut Delite via Recipe Puppy
~Raw Beets' Sweet and Creamy Caramel Apple Dip (video below)
~Free Range Cookies' Mesquite Date Muffins
~Tusconivore's Mesquite Flour Tortillas
~Peace Love Bagels' Vegan Mesquite Chocolate Chip Cookies
~Aprovechar's Mesquite Chocolate Chip Cookies (vegan=non-ghee)
~Affairs of Living's Gluten-Free Sugar-Free Vegan Pumpkin Pie Recipe with Crunchy Crust and Cashew Whipped Cream
~No Knead Mesquite Bread via Craftzine
~Mohave Mesquite Bread
~Mesquite Bean Jelly- requires vegan gelling agent like agar maybe?
~Jack Keller's Mesquite Bean Wine
~Desert Harvesters' Simple Mesquite Drink, Pinole, Mesquite Margaritas, Mesquite Carob Tortillas, Hearty Mesquite Bread . The Neighborhood Mesquite Holiday Bars just require using agave nectar and vegan margarine, the Basic Yellow Mesquite Cake just needs non-dairy milk and vegan margarine, and the Mesquite Shortbread and Kukukadoo Solar Cookies just need vegan margarine. All of the pancake recipes require egg replacement egg replacement and non-dairy milks.
~Mighty Foods' Mesquite Cornbread- This one requires some veganizing, but it looks fairly easy. First, replace the butter with vegan margarine (like Earth Balance). Then sub the egg with egg replacer (like Ener-G Egg Replacer or the flaxseed/water combo). Change the honey to agave nectar. And finally, replace the buttermilk with 1 cup of non-dairy milk plus 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar (mix those two in a small bowl and let sit for a couple of minutes before adding.)