This sweet and sour curry is refreshing, filling and comforting. It’s a perfect hot meal to help you fight off colds and flu.
Sommar Polpette is Swedish-Italian inspired zesty herby meatball dish with raw, marinated butternut squash and lemon tahini dressing.
This is as simple and quick as recipes can be. There’s something magical about the combination of lime, black pepper and a little fire under the pan to bring out the sweetness and flavour of those blueberries without adding sugar.
This recipe is a healthy nod to spaghetti carbonara. No room for spaghetti here though, tempeh is very filling, and the sauce is super rich and decadent.
These super simple gluten-free and refined sugar-free banana pancakes are perfect for breakfast or brunch. They can be whipped up in 10 minutes and are the perfect carrier for any sweet topping.
These vegan and gluten-free pancakes make a perfect breakfast or light lunch and are great for kids. If you have a blender or bullet you can whizz this batter up in no time. You can also make these in batches and freeze them.
We need to stop throwing broccoli stalks away and give them the attention they deserve with this flavourful, nutritious broccoli and miso soup.
Don’t like the taste of water? Try cold brew hibiscus and lemon tea. Fill a bottle and leave it in the fridge overnight, by tomorrow you’ll have a lovely ruby red refreshing brew.
Turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, ginger and black pepper are all warming spices which promote digestion, so this would make a lovely dessert. Refined sugar-free and full of goodness.
Kale crisps are a great way to avoid waste and kids love them. They take 10 minutes to prepare and 60 seconds to eat!
This not-so-authentic Japanese katsu curry sauce is vegan and gluten-free. It’s warming, fragrant and slightly sweet thanks to the addition of a good old British Granny Smith apple.
This crunchy, healthy little number is a perfect summer dish which can also be sautéed in a pan and served warm if raw doesn’t tickle your fancy.
Vegan Mocha Chickpea Tart… Chickpeas? I promise you won’t taste them. They pack a little protein punch and give the tart a velvety texture. They cut perfectly.
If you liked Jaffa cakes, you’d love this. I promise you won’t taste the chickpeas. These vegan, no-bake tarts give a great texture and slice like a dream.
These 3 ingredient crackers are so easy to make and versatile; they taste great on their own, chickpea flour has a lovely nutty flavour so they are the perfect carrier for hummus. What I like to do is bake them with seeds, herbs and spices.
Use this recipe to make nut or oat milk. You can also use leftover nut pulp to make a delicious paté. Zero waste and less Tetra Pak recycling!
Quorn, tofu, step aside, jackfruit chicken is here! This super delicious, vegan, gluten-free recipe tastes amazingly like chicken. It’s really simple to make.