The perfect side dish for your Christmas spread, these Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Chestnuts and Cranberries are bursting with flavour, as well as being suitable for both vegan and gluten free diets.
This Easy Coconut Lentil Curry has been a huge-hit in my household! It’s a totally fool-proof recipe that combines the most delicious Indian flavours and spices, and makes for a ideal staple week-night meal. It also happens to be naturally vegan and gluten free, making it perfect to satisfy the whole family.
This Butternut Mac & Cheese is the ultimate autumn recipe. This rich and creamy pasta dish is made with wholesome, plant-based ingredients that your body will thank you for!
This Quick Sticky Maple Tofu is seriously tasty. Tofu may get a bad rep, but it’s such a staple for me. I’m a firm believer that the key to delicious tofu is seasoning and flavours, and this sweet maple-y glaze is just everything!
I haven’t blogged in a while, I’ve been focusing more on college work and have been mainly posting to Instagram. But, Christmas is coming and I seriously can’t wait to post some new Christmas recipes! Starting with this scrumptious Zingy Carrot and Ginger Soup.
These Vegan Sweet & Sour Chickpeas are the BEST meal for a friday night (or any night) vegan ‘fake-away’! They’re naturally gluten free, vegan and only take 20 minutes to whip up.
Now the weather is getting cooler, warm breakfasts are most definitely in order. I love my sweet breakfasts (oatmeal, porridge, baked oats) but sometimes I get such a craving for a savoury breakfast. This Easy Firm Tofu Scramble is the perfect breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner to warm you up this Autumn!
Pasta of any sort is such a staple in my kitchen, and I’m always experimenting with new pasta recipes. This Roasted Red Pepper Pasta is my new go-to!
Tofu has to be one of my favourite foods! Sometimes I get an intense craving for this Perfect Crispy Baked Tofu and I just have to go and make it. It’s super easy and a perfect simple recipe for those who are new to tofu.
I cannot explain my EXCITEMENT to share this vegan butter recipe!
Pre-vegan, I was a butter lover. I loved it on toast, sandwiches, crumpets, baked potatoes, scones, potato cakes.. you name it. So it’s been an aim of mine to re-create a vegan butter for a while now, and I’ve finally nailed it!
Personally, I don’t like using the supermarket hydrogenated spreads and margarines too often. Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with them (in fact they’re brilliant in baking) but I actually don’t think they taste very buttery when spread on toast, etc! Therefore, I wanted to create a slightly healthier buttery alternative – and here it is!
How about spreading some of this vegan butter on a warm slice of my Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread? Mmm.