It’s officially pumpkin season, so I hope you’re ready for a whole load of tasty vegan pumpkin recipes coming your way! Starting with this Creamy Pumpkin & Sage Pasta which is so delicious, seasonal and cosy. Not to mention, ridiculously easy to make.
Banana bread, but in pancake form – this is the dream breakfast! Totally vegan, super simple and quick to make. Add vegan butter and douse with maple syrup for the most unbelievably sweet and decadent breakfast!
A simple but deliciously fresh summer bean salad with only 5 main ingredients (plus an unbelievably tasty dressing), which is perfect as a main or a side.
This vegan & gluten free Pesto & Roasted Tomato Risotto is one of the tastiest dinners you’ll make. It’s amazingly creamy whilst being packed with flavour. Risotto is one of my favourite easy vegan dinners because it’s super simple and only requires a few simple ingredients, but the addition of fresh homemade pesto and rich roasted tomatoes takes it to a whole new level!
This Potato Salad with Mustard Dressing is the perfect summer side. I basically just combined a load of my favourite foods into one salad so it’s no surprise I can’t stop eating it! It’s vegan and gluten free, making it the perfect dish to suit almost everyone.
These Vegan Chocolate Crunch Protein Bars are the perfect vegan and gluten free snack. They’re incredibly quick and easy to make, suitable for both gluten free and vegan diets, and most importantly, so yummy!
A quick and simple recipe that you can batch-prep at the start of the week and keep in the fridge for snacks and lunches. This helps to avoid buying store-bought hummus packaged in single-use plastic, as well as being healthier and so much more delicious!
This Vegan Parmesan is one of my absolute staples in the kitchen. It takes pastas and risottos to the next level! I love nutritional yeast on it’s own, but the combination with salt, garlic powder and cashews adds those extra flavours that your tastebuds will thank you for!
This Warm Roasted Pumpkin, Pecan & Cranberry Salad is perfect for lunches throughout these dark, cold winter months. It’s hearty, nutritious, filling and tastes so divine. Packed with all the most delicious Autumn/Winter flavours, think toasted caramelised pecans, dried cranberries, roasted pumpkin seeds, and an orange maple dressing. So good.
I originally posted this Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate recipe as just an Instagram reel, but I’ve decided that it definitely deserves a blog post of it’s own after how much you guys are loving it! This is a completely fool-proof recipe, and the result is the most decadent, silky hot chocolate. It’s basically hot, liquid Reese’s.. heaven.