Mini vegan blueberry muffins

Jump to recipe Everything seems so much cuter when miniaturized but, I must warn you, their tiny size makes it dangerously easy to gobble up a handful in one go, as each cake can be consumed in a mere, single…

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5 delicious berry recipes

It’s berry season here in the UK. Fields are bursting with and abundance of glistening, juicy jewels from blueberries, strawberries, gooseberries, raspberries, redcurrants. Nothing beats family trips to fruit farms to pick your own ripe berries on sun kissed, summers…

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Homemade vegan sandwich thins

Jump to recipe I’m sure many of you have come across sandwich thins in the bread aisles of your local supermarket, they’re a staple in my shopping basket. But, you may think of them as a dieters bread, for those…

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3 ingredient peanut & date cake bars

Jump to recipe When I was younger I never understood the saying ‘less is more’. How could a picture be nicer with only a few colours and not the entire rainbow? How is a digestive better than a chocolate, salted…

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Spiced butternut squash cookies

Jump to recipe I love the run up to Christmas, the atmosphere is truly jolly and fizzing with anticipation, wishing, prepping, planning, stressing! I love that more or less everyone comes together and experiences and shares the run up all…

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Greens & lentil coconut curry

Jump to recipe This is by far the best curry I have made to date! Each mouthful has the perfect balance between warming peppery spices and tart, zesty notes from the tomatoes, fresh mint & citrus. The addition of coconut milk…

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Pea pod soup

Jump to recipe When summer finally takes off in the UK the ground suddenly bursts with a glut of vibrant fruits and vegetables. From the myriads of ruby berries hanging delicately from their sturdy canes, to courgettes and cucumbers, fiery peppers,…

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Rhubarb, raspberry & rose cake (vegan)

Jump to recipe I LOVE RHUBARB! We have always grown rhubarb in the garden and every year I look forward to late spring when I can pick the strong, blushing pink stems to most often bundle into a crumble, or stew…

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