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 had a strong craving for a good, hearty bowl of chilli at 3am this morning and I couldn’t wait to make it. Chilli has always been something that I have enjoyed, but the last couple of weeks it has become one of my go-to meals as it’s easy to make and full of protein; plus beans have always been a staple in my food cupboard, so I’m always luckily enough to be able to throw a meal together one ever I get a craving. Continue reading “Easy One Pot Vegan Chilli.”
I love banana. Anything flavoured with banana or made with banana and I’m there for it. I mean, all you have to do is look through the blog and you will see my obsession for banana in all the banana flavoured recipes that I have shared over the years. My chunky monkey protein cake being my absolute favourite and one I remember making all the time when I first wrote the recipe. Continue reading “Double Chocolate Banana Protein Loaf Cake (DF)”
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”
It’s no secret that I love chickpeas and tofu/chickpea scramble bowls are my favourite way to eat breakfast/brunch. Then you throw an avocado on top of that, and you know you’re about to dive into something delicious. These brunch bowls are perfect for the weekend too after a cheeky lay in, and it will keep you satiated until your next meal. Continue reading “Vegan Scramble Brunch Bowls”
I’ve been making this taco mix for years and years. I love it. I love it in tacos and I love it as part of a taco bowl. What’s more is that it’s really easy and quick to make, which is how I like to roll these days.
Continue reading “Veggie Tacos with Guacamole & Salsa”
I love tofu scramble. It’s one of my favourite ways to get in protein and when done right it can be very tasty. I especially love it as part of a full breakfast, or as a breakfast bowl with avocado and chunked potatoes. Continue reading “Tofu Scramble”
After letting my depression get the best of me the last 2 years, I lost interest in posting to the blog and sharing any recipes at all. My eating and diet also went out the window and I couldn’t find any motivation to cook or eat as healthy as I usually would. Thankfully, we are now in a new decade and I’ve started to feel a bit more like myself again, so when better to share my vegan recipes than during veganuary. Plus, it’s a kick up the butt to start eating better myself and including more wholesome, plant-based recipes into my diet again.
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.