Pix Potluck -- Sweet Vegan Cupcakes

By: Mark Levine
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With a long holiday weekend on the horizon and the launch of Cooking Channel in ONE WEEK, we wanted to start Monday on a sweet note...

Jenna Kellar Atchison shared this incredible vanilla agave vegan cupcake on our Facebook page so we wanted to share it right back.

After a little research, we learned that Jenna runs a cool blog called HappyLittleVegans and we can't stop thinking about the co-mingling of vanilla and agave in one sweet little cupcake.  Get her vanilla agave vegan cupcake recipe here.

Jenna also had recipes for a few other sweet treats which you can check out below -- and if you have a great vegan cupcake recipe -- feel free to share and share alike in the Comments.

HappyLittleVegans Dessert Recipes:

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Favorite vegan dessert or dish?

( and if you have a great vegan cupcake recipe, feel free to add below...)

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