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  • Low-sugar chocolate chip cookies

    Low-sugar chocolate chip cookies

    These delicious chocolate chip cookies really do taste as good as they look. They're low in sugar, swapping the usual caster sugar for granulated sweetener instead. This recipe also uses unsweetened cocoa powder and dark chocolate too, which makes them even lighter in sugar. You don't miss out on any sweetness as the almond milk and the vanilla extract add plenty of flavour to the mix. These cookies only take 7 mins to cook which means they'll be crisp on the outside and gooey in the middle.

    • 3
    (10 ratings)
  • vegan nut roast

    Vegan nut roast

    This vegan nut roast with beetroot and butternut squash makes entertaining for vegan friends effortless and is sure to please anyone lucky enough to get a portion. Plus, for this vegan nut roast you can vary the vegetables depending on what you have in the fridge. If you have any leftover Brussels sprouts they work brilliantly in place of leeks, and perhaps try some carrots instead of squash. Any type of nut and herb will lift the whole vegan nut roast so get experimenting and don’t let any vegetables go to waste. Think vegan food is boring? Think again! This vegan nut roast is packed with flavour and has such great texture. This easy vegan nut roast will impress any vegan guests, and meat eaters too!

    • 3
    (1 ratings)
  • vegan christmas pudding

    Vegan Christmas dinner: Your guide to a completely free-from feast

    Vegan Christmas dinner might seem daunting, but we've come up with a quick guide of how to have the best vegan Christmas possible...

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Vegetable stew

    A vegetable stew recipe that is quick, cheap and easy to make and is an absolute family favourite. Speeded up by swapping haricot beans for canned butter beans, this meal is a winner! Serving 4 people this hearty, family-sized stew can be ready on the table in just 40 mins. A portion of this delicious stew works out at only 172 calories per serving. Serve this stew with mashed potato, homemade dumplings or bread for soaking up the delicious flavoured stock. Celery, carrot, swede and onion make a tasty combination - they are also a fantastic source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C and vitamin B6 which are essential for supporting your immune system throughout the winter months. This recipe is great for a Monday night as it uses up leftover veg from your Sunday roast dinner. Store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. You can blitz this stew in a food processor for soup the next day for lunch.

    • 4
    (220 ratings)
  • vegan christmas pudding

    Vegan Christmas puddings

    Our vegan Christmas puddings tastes just like a traditional pud, but use a vegan suet alternative to cut out any animal products. These vegan Christmas puddings are packed with rich dried fruits and spices and have a slight boozy kick from the brandy or rum. Vegan suet can be found in health food stores around Christmas time, in some supermarkets, and online. Following a vegan diet doesn’t mean missing out on Christmas classics, as you can see with this vegan Christmas pudding recipe. The proof, as they say, is in the pudding!

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • vegan buddha bowl

    Vegan Buddha bowl

    a vegan Buddha bowl is a healthy meal that is so on trend and instragrammable. Buddha bowls are typically filled with an array of colourful vegetables, plant based proteins, and healthy fats on a bed of grains, and often with a tasty but healthy dressing to tie it all together. We’ve used chunky ribbons of butternut squash, roasted vegetables, and chickpeas with a quinoa base for this healthy and filling vegan Buddha bowl recipe.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Avocado chocolate mousse

    Avocado chocolate mousse

    Avocado chocolate mousse is a delicious, healthy alternative to a chocolate mousse. This avocado chocolate mousse tastes indulgent and chocolatey without adding inches to your waistline. With two of one of your five a day included per portion, this pudding will quickly become a favourite in your house. Avocados are an excellent source of monounsaturated fat and vitamin E and have a more soluble form of fibre than most other fruit and vegetables, as well as containing a number of useful minerals such as iron, copper and potassium and are a good source of the B vitamin, folate. Cacao powder is made up of the solids that are formed after taking out cacao butter in the chocolate making process. Cacao powder is in chocolate, chocolate syrup and other chocolate products widely available, and has the lowest percentage of fat than any other part of the cacao bean. If you don’t like the flavour of maple syrup, you can replace it with honey or agave nectar, however this no longer makes this pudding vegan, but don’t worry if you're not catering for a string vegan, or are one yourself, it’s still vegetarian. Frozen bananas are also fantastic for your morning smoothie, so if you decide to make a half portion of this avocado chocolate mousse, you know your frozen banana won’t go to waste.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Bettroot hummus recipe

    Beetroot hummus

    Beetroot hummus is a healthy, bright and different alternative to dunk your pitta bread into. This delicious beetroot hummus would go delightfully as part of you main meal, with some roasted chicken, as an alternative to a dressing on a salad of your choice, or just as an afternoon snack with crisps or crudités. We have added a bit of horseradish to our beetroot hummus to give it a subtle fiery kick. Horseradish is also great for gut health and bloating. Horseradish root is elated to the mustard and cabbage family, and can be found as a root in supermarkets as well as already creamed in a jar. An essential ingredient when making hummus is tahini, a paste made from sesame seeds that can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes. Tahini is higher in calcium than milk and full of vitamins such as vitamin E, vitamin B and is thought to be able to help protect against strokes and heart attacks. Once you’ve got tahini in your cupboard it can also be used for a simple delicious salad dressing, to rub over meat before you cook with it, or even for a nutty flavour drizzled over a brownie, or placed in the biscuit base of a cheesecake. After you’ve made this easy and quick recipe once you’ll never want to buy supermarket hummus again. Impress anyone you have round for dinner or drinks with this zingy and zesty beetroot hummus.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • pistachio butter

    Pistachio butter with matcha

    Pistachio butter is a healthy and vibrant alternative to peanut butter, and is so easy to make at home. This beautifully green nut butter is perfect on toast, stirred into porridge, eaten with fruit, or used in baking. It is an alternative healthy nut butter that is jam packed with antioxidants. Pistachio butter is far harder to find in supermarkets, so making your own is often cheaper and easier. We've added matcha to our pistachio butter for extra colour and nutrition. Matcha is Japanese in origin and is now popular with health-food lovers all over the world. Coming in both a tea and powder form, matcha is ground tea leaves that are naturally caffeinated to give your breakfast an extra dose of natural energy. One teaspoon of matcha has the equivalent goodness to 10 teaspoons of green tea. Matcha can be consumed in many different ways, including with hot water, or as a matcha latte. The pistachios in this moreish nut butter can also be roasted, adding an extra depth of flavour, but if you do it will loose its vibrant green colour, whilst keeping the same health benefits, helping to protect your heart, and adding a wealth of vitamins and minerals into your diet. This pistachio butter with matcha is the perfect way to put a colourful twist on your breakfast.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Protein balls recipe

    Energy balls

    Energy balls are the perfect healthy, energy-boosting on the go snack. The combination of peanut butter and chocolate flavours in our energy ball recipe makes these feel like an indulgent snack, but they are actually filled with good-for-you fats and natural, unrefined ingredients. You can make a big batch of these energy balls and store them in the freezer, so they are ready to grab whenever you need a little pick me up, or when feel like the biscuit tin is calling your name. These energy balls are gluten-free, dairy-free, and if you swap the honey for maple syrup or agave, they are also suitable for vegans. When you are trying to follow a healthy diet, having some healthy snacks to hand is key. When your blood sugars dip, and your body craves something sweet to give you a burst of energy, you might want to reach for a convenient, packaged snack, but these home made energy balls are a natural and healthy way to keep you going until your next meal. You can cover your energy balls in any coating you like - we chose coconut, matcha powder, and freeze dried raspberries to add a burst of colour, but finely chopped nuts or other health-boosting superfood powders would also work well. Be careful if using matcha powder to coat your energy balls – it is very strong so should be used sparingly! You can buy energy balls in shops, but making your own is so easy, much cheaper, and means you know exactly what has gone into them.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Pumpkin and Sweet Potato soup alpro

    Pumpkin soup

    Pumpkin soup is a warming, low-fat soup recipe that's perfect for Halloween and for Bonfire Night too served with breadstick 'broomsticks'. This pumpkin soup is so easy to make, serving 4 people. And the best part? This delicious pumpkin soup only takes 20 mins to prep. This thick and creamy soup is a great way for using up leftover pumpkin in the winter months. Infused with onion and garlic, this flavoured-packed soup is a real winner. Serve with a crusty white loaf or healthy seeded bread rolls and enjoy. This recipe shows you how to make breadstick 'broomsticks' too which are a great side when serving for Halloween - the kids will love them.

    • 3
    (105 ratings)
  • Quinoa porridge recipe

    Quinoa porridge

    Quinoa porridge is a trendy twist on a British breakfast staple. We all know porridge is good for us, but it can get a little boring. For something different, swap oats for protein-packed quinoa, for a breakfast that is extra filling, full of goodness, and easy to make. It’s gluten and dairy free, suitable for vegans, and is a warming and comforting way to start the day – perfect for those frosty winter mornings. Use seasonal fresh berries and toasted nuts or seeds to add an extra dimension of flavour to your quinoa porridge. You can play around with other toppings, such as nut butters, granola, or sliced banana, to tailor this recipe to your own tastes. We used coconut milk for this creamy quinoa porridge, but if you don’t like coconut, you could substitute in any other non dairy milk, such as almond, soy, or oat milk. This quinoa porridge will keep you feeling full and satisfied as you tackle the day ahead, but won’t leave you feeling weighed down or bloated. It is so important to start the day with a balanced breakfast, and this quinoa porridge is a delicious, beautiful, and oh-so-Instagrammable way to do so.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)

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