A crowd-pleasing classic Creamy Tomato & Basil soup – with no bits!
This deliciously tart apple cake is an autumn favourite in our house and keeps well for several days, so is perfect when you want something you can make ahead of time.
No-cook ginger-coconut blondies inspired by 42°Raw
This is a great, everyday kind of a cake, perfect for lunchboxes – but it’s also enough of a favourite that it’s been requested as a birthday cake in our house, and it’s pretty good warm with (vegan) custard. Ingredients … Continued
Upside-down cake lends itself easily to infinite variation. Personally I find it hard to decide which I prefer – fresh peaches with a hint of heady rosewater for a cake that seems to taste of summer itself, or the slightly sharper … Continued
These no-cook brownies are the perfect recovery treat after a run or a vigorous work-out. They’re really easy to make – but you will need a food processor that can handle the nuts and access to a freezer or fridge. … Continued
This is a healthy plant-based twist on the no-cook celeriac classic that uses non-dairy yoghurt instead of mayonnaise. A refreshing side-salad and an unusual addition to a summer buffet table. Ingredients one celeriac a generous handful of fresh mint, chopped … Continued
There are so many different ways to make cucumber into delicious salad… I’ll be adding all my favourite variations here, starting with: Cucumber Salad with Dill Ingredients One large cucumber a handful of fresh dill, chopped. a pinch … Continued
This is my variation on Marie Laforêt’s recipe for Raspberry-Coconut Scones on page 234 of her gorgeous French recipe book, ‘Vegan’. I use strawberries instead of raspberries and make one giant sliceable scone: a perfect, quintessentially English tea-time treat. Ingredients 250 … Continued
Ingredients: 200g plain flour 200g wholemeal flour 100g sugar 1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda 2 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt 300g cooked, cooled quinoa 280 ml your preferred nondairy milk 50 ml mild-flavoured oil 1 tsp natural almond essence … Continued