A crowd-pleasing classic Creamy Tomato & Basil soup – with no bits!
No-cook ginger-coconut blondies inspired by 42°Raw
Beetroot brownies are the future.
Although pesto traditionally contains Parmesan cheese, there are several vegan-friendly pestos on the market – Zest, Suma and Meridian all make vegan-friendly versions, and even the UK market leader Sacla do a “free from” Basil Pesto that is suitable for … Continued
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
I’ve called these flapjacks ‘old-fashioned’ because they’re the closest thing I’ve found to a conventional butter-based flapjack – i.e. these are the ones to make when you don’t want people to be able to tell that they’re vegan. The recipe … 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
Ingredients 2-3 courgettes, chopped A handful of unsalted cashew nuts 2 green peppers, deseeded and chopped 2 cloves of garlic, peeled and chopped 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp Black Bean & Garlic sauce new potatoes, boiled, roughly chopped (optional) Method … 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