I’ve tried lots of vegan chicken through years that I’ve been vegan; from Bok Shop, Quorn vegan nuggets, Fry’s, and Temple of Seitan, however, it took me a while to decide to make my own at home. And do you know what? It’s pretty simple to make, is cheap, and the recipe I’m about to share with you has a great yield!
I’m not a big drinker, so when I go out with friends, I usually turn to lime and soda, fruit juices, or if I’m feeling more ‘fancy’, mocktails. As a big fan of cherries (alongside lime and watermelon, they are my favourite fruit flavours), I thought I’d share a couple of delicious mocktail recipes with you to enjoy, especially if you’re as much of a fan as cherries as I am.
These vegan biscuits made with Whittard’s orange and cardamom instant matcha tea* are easy to make and taste delicious. The matcha, combined with the taste of the orange and cardamom give a fruity, floral flavour, making them the perfect accompaniment to a cuppa, or to be served when guests are visiting. You really need to try baking them for yourself!
Whether you’re looking for something vegan friendly to solve a hangover, or want to put together a delicious dish that’s quick and easy, as well as tasty and filling, you need to make this tasty vegan mushroom bolognese.
Looking for an egg free, dairy free, and more importantly vegan friendly Christmas pudding recipe? Read on for more details…
It’s ‘Stir up Sunday’ soon, which is traditionally the day when Christmas puddings are made at home. In anticipation of this, John Lewis kindly invited myself and a group of other bloggers to Waitrose Cookery School to learn how to make our own Christmas puddings – mine being vegan, of course. We also had a delicious Christmas themed meal, and learnt how to make a delicious Winter Negroni cocktail – more on those to follow!