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    Vegan dinner recipes

    Vegan dinner recipes can be so simple and tasty, and can be enjoyed by vegans and meat eaters alike! Our guide will show you a selection of recipes to give you plenty inspiration to make your weeknight meals memorable and fuss free.

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  • Quinoa porridge recipe

    Vegan breakfast ideas

    Vegan breakfasts can be far more varied and satisfying than you might think! If you're looking for vegan breakfast inspiration then read our guide for everything you need to know to start the day with a tasty and filling meat free meal.

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  • vegan buddha bowl

    Vegan lunch ideas

    Vegan lunches are easy to make and can be really varied and flavourful. Read our guide to get some new ideas about how to make delicious vegan lunches and make your midday meal something to look forward to.

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  • Spicy vegan hot cross buns

    Vegan hot cross buns

    Vegan hot cross buns are actually very easy to make and these spicy hot cross buns are the perfect Easter treat for vegans as they contain no eggs or dairy products. These Vegan hot cross buns are perfect if you're on a vegan diet. They're really easy to make too and taste just like the real thing. These hot cross buns will take around 1hr to bake and makes 12 buns.

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  • jackfruit pulled pork

    Jackfruit pulled pork tacos

    Jackfruit pulled pork tacos are a delicious vegan alternative to this Mexican street food classic. The jackfruit has such a meaty texture and combines with the BBQ sauce so well. Jackfruit is really on trend, as it makes such a great meat substitute in vegan and vegetarian recipes. In this recipe, the pulled jackfruit acts just like pulled pork or carnitas. Jackfruit pulled pork works so well in tacos, but you could also use it to make a vegan version of a pulled pork sandwich or burger if you like. Our jackfruit pulled pork tacos are sweet and smoky, with a freshness from the slaw, creamy avocado, and a kick of chilli. These flavour-packed and trendy jackfruit pulled pork tacos will be a hit with vegans and meat eaters alike.

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    (1 ratings)
  • pulled jackfruit

    Pulled jackfruit hoisin pancakes

    Pulled jackfruit hoisin pancakes are a clever vegan hack that re-creates a Chinese favourite. Jackfruit is a trendy vegan meat alternative that is both healthy and sustainable. It’s part of the fig family and is native to South West India. It has a neutral flavour that makes it work well in a variety of dishes. Pulled jackfruit has a texture that is so meaty and makes a great substitute for duck or pulled pork. Our vegan pulled jackfruit hoisin pancakes are so easy to make and taste just like the real deal. If you have one vegan or vegetarian to feed, you can just use one can of jackfruit along with a regular shop-bought or takeaway hoisin duck meal set, so no one has to miss out! This recipe makes enough pulled jackfruit hoisin pancakes for 4 people as a starter, but you could double the amount of jackfruit to make it a more substantial meal.

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  • vegan pasta

    Vegan pasta with watercress pesto

    Our vegan pasta with watercress is a healthy and filling pasta dish that contains no meat or dairy, but doesn’t compromise on flavour. We’ve served this vegan pasta with a home-made watercress pesto. Making your own pesto is so easy, and only takes a handful of ingredients. Making this watercress pesto from scratch also means you can omit the parmesan that is often found in pesto to make it suitable for vegans. Meaty mushrooms, artichoke hearts, and salty olives make this pasta dish so flavourful and satisfying. We’ve used wholegrain fusilli which has a lovely nutty flavour, and more fibre than regular pasta, making this vegan pasta dish extra nutritious. When you want to make something easy but impressive to serve to vegan friends, this vegan pasta is just the thing! Serve it with a simple green salad and some fresh bread for a vegan-friendly meal that everyone will love.

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    Green hummus

    Our vibrant green hummus is brighter than the usual beige variety and is packed with flavour. This green hummus takes your snacking game to new heights and it will give you a real health boost at the same time. By making your own green hummus you can be confident that the flavours and colours are 100 per cent natural, as you know exactly what has gone into it. Your saturated fats intake should be no more than 20g a day for women and 30g for men – but it’s also important to include modest amounts of unsaturated fat, such as olive oil, rapeseed, sunflower, corn, nut and seed oil, too. Avocados and oily fish are also great sources. The avocado in this green hummus recipe adds a lovely smooth rich finish, it is a great way to convert anyone sceptical of them as it is blended with the other ingredients and is super subtle. We served the hummus with baby carrots, radishes, celery and soda bread but you can dunk with whatever you fancy. Why not try sliced peppers, breadsticks, baked tortillas or cucumber batons.

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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.

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  • 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!

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    (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...

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    (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.

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