Vegetables are great! They fill you up, they keep you healthy, they give you what your body needs and they can taste yummy too! Yes, that’s right I said they can taste great. Everyone knows that if something isn’t made the ‘right’ way, it won’t taste as good as you’d like it to, which is
A classic recipe made vegan: Yorkshire Puddings! A crispy, golden casing and a fluffy, soft inside. I promise these little guys will complete any meal of yours and satisfy all your Yorkshire Pudding cravings. Serve with vegetables and a soya protein or maybe use this recipe as a base for a vegan toad-in-the-hole.
Feel inspired by Asia and the amazing flavours with this Vegan Thai Curry! Packed full of vegetables, this dish is full of yummy nutrients and great ingredients. This does require more effort than many dishes, but I promise that it’s worth it! Dare yourself to experiment with your cooking and your vegan culinary skills as you create this beauty of a recipe.
Fluffy bases, chewy raisins and a whole lot of fiber! These breakfast muffins are vegan, full of healthy goodness and are so delicious. Try baking these the night before and let them sit until morning for a chewier texture, or if you like them warm and fluffy, prepare the batter and pour into the cases the night before and simply bake in the morning. These are great to whip up if you have sweet cravings, or if you have guests round and want them to have a treat for breakfast.
Vegan Lasagna layered with a chunky, mixed vegetable filling and a creamy, white sauce. This dish is a fantastic, family dinner and a perfect meal for bringing to a pot luck party. When I have friends round, I want to impress them with my vegan culinary skills and awesome flavour combos as I whip up something they all know and love.
Have guests coming round for dinner? Treat them with this delicious, vegan dessert:an almond butter frosting, a lemon cake for the base and whatever toppings your heart desires!
There have been many times where I have wanted to dazzle family and friends with something that looks great, tastes great and is 100% vegan without failing many attempts in the kitchen. This recipe is based off a simple cake, a basic many people have made before that guarantees no failure (great for avoiding those last minute panics).
Many times I have came home from a long day, I was hungry and tired which is the worst combination for making something healthier and delicious to eat. In those times that you want something easy, yummy and vegan for just yourself with leftovers or for the whole family, these simple recipes are the ones that save the day. Think a few ingredients that you will have lying around in your cupboard, a few fresh vegetables from the fridge and minimal prep time.
Easter is here and I know I am ready for some yummy, delicious food!
The problem is many easter recipes involve dairy and eggs, which isn’t exactly helpful for us vegan bunnies. I know that I don’t enjoy walking down an aisle full of cow milk easter eggs, chicken-egg-glazed hot cross buns and piles of bakery food that either isn’t vegan or isn’t easter-y enough.
The weather over here has been cold and depressing lately, so what’s better than a hot meal to warm you up? Ever had a craving for something salty and fat laden in the frosty months as you comfort yourself with food, food and more food? Well, I know I have and I’m sure we have all been there.
When I make food I want something filling, healthy, natural and delicious without eating an excessive amount of empty calories that will leave me snacking within an hour. Of course, I also love foods that are simple to make with minimal effort for when I just don’t feel like cooking. So, keeping all this in mind… BAM an idea came into my head – stuffed peppers!