I love making fruit crumbles, it’s always my preferred method to use up any fruit that I have hanging around the house and now that I have rhubarb going crazy in my garden every year, it has quickly become my fruit of choice to use in a crumble. Continue reading “Rhubarb & Strawberry Crumble with an Almond Oat Topping”
I used to eat baked oats all the time when I was younger: from chocolate chip cookie dough to black forest flavoured oats; the options were limitless. Now that I’m trying to meal prep a few basic meals a week, baked oats are back on the menu and I decided to use up the jar of rhubarb and apple jam that I made a few months ago to jazz it up a bit.
Continue reading “Baked Oats with a Rhubarb & Apple Jam Centre.”
I’ve been making this mac and cheez for years now and I absolutely love it. It’s the perfect comfort food recipe for the colder months, when all you want is a good hearty meal inside you. But it’s still equally as delicious served cold too, which makes it great for serving at a barbecue in the summer. Continue reading “Cashew Mac n Cheez with Sourdough Garlic Bread Crumble”
This creamy veggie soup has been a firm favourite of mine for a while now, it’s filling, satiating, and full of protein and nutrition. A nourishing soup is something I always feel like I need during the month of December and I know I’m not alone when I say that.
In amongst writing and scheduling my Christmas recipes last weekend, I was browsing through my blog trying to remove any old recipes that I just didn’t feel good about anymore, when I came across my 3 ingredient peanut butter brownies and I had to remake them. But this time with Nutella.
It’s been a while since I posted anything to the blog, over a year I think, so I thought I would kick off my return with a vegan French toast recipe that anyone can make. Continue reading “Vegan Banana Pie French Toast”
Today, is my three year veganniversary. And I haven’t died. I’m not protein deficient or anaemic and I feel healthier than I have done in years. So, I thought I would celebrate my survival by sharing a brownie recipe. Continue reading “Chocolate Hazelnut Brownies.”
If you have stopped by my blog because you found yourself drooling over a truly indulgent, glorified chocolate bar, while you were idly scrolling through Pinterest or Instagram this afternoon: complete with a creamy layer of your favourite nut butter. Well, guys, this is not a ruse, you have come to the right place – I got you covered, boo! Continue reading “No-Bake Chocolate Hazelnut Butter Bites”
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”
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?”