Chickpea Cookie Bars

Cookie Bars4Guys. I’m one of those weirdos who loves chickpeas. I could eat them with every meal and for the most part I do. But what’s even more odd, is that I have been craving these chickpea cookie bars all weekend. And when I finally got hold of some chocolate yesterday, today I was only too excited to throw a batch of these together and dive straight in. Continue reading “Chickpea Cookie Bars”

Chickpea May-O

As someone who works out 5 days a week, while also trying to eat in a calorie surplus: to gain muscle and strength. It can be hard not to get lazy and solely rely on protein powder when it comes to a post-workout meal (lunch). Which is why I like to keep a tub of this chickpea may-o in my fridge, for those times when I’m hangry and need food fast. Continue reading “Chickpea May-O”

Veganuary: Where Do You Get Your Protein From?

 

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I get messages quite often from people, through Instagram, asking me to help them with vegan protein sources. So I ran a poll on my Instagram stories, last Thursday, to find out whether there were others who would like me to put together a blogpost with easy to find, basic protein sources too. And 98% of you voted yes – the other 2% were contrary meat eaters, who felt it necessary to vote nonetheless. Continue reading “Veganuary: Where Do You Get Your Protein From?”

Boozy Mince Pie Filling

 

MincePies3.jpgChristmas is only 5 days away and I’m still not feeling even the slightest bit Christmassy yet –  I rarely do anymore. Christmas is definitely a holiday for the kids rather than us older folk. So instead, I focus on the food and I celebrate each year by making my favourite Christmas recipes that I have created and re-created over the years and this mince pie filling is definitely my favourite and most used Christmas recipe. Continue reading “Boozy Mince Pie Filling”

Spaghetti Squash in a Mushroom,Garlic & Parsley Cashew Sauce

dsc_1655A few years ago I fell in love with gardening. I grew everything from chilli peppers, courgettes and herbs; to pak choi lettuce and spaghetti squash. It was an effort and a lot of hardwork, which was made harder by the fact that I had to use plant pots to grow my crops.  Nonetheless, I persevered and nurtured my plants like a new mother and received an abundance of squash and other vegetable that Summer. Continue reading “Spaghetti Squash in a Mushroom,Garlic & Parsley Cashew Sauce”

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