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  • Sweet Potato Bread

    Gluten free, soy free, nut free, yeast free. This quick, no-rise bread is so incredibly simple to make and relies on only a handful of ingredients to pull it together. Cooked sweet potato binds the dough; adding moisture, colour and flavour. The result is a crisp crust with a dense and slightly sweet soft interior.

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  • Roasted Vegetable Socca

    Gluten free, soy free, nut free, yeast free. Socca, or Farinata as it is sometimes known, is a flatbread made simply from a combination of gram flour, water and oil. I have on occasion found the inclusion of a little rosemary or smoked paprika but otherwise this simple and delicious bread is a quick and easy addition to any meal.

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  • Butternut Squash and Tomato Muffins

    Gluten free, soy free, nut free, yeast free. These light and fluffy muffins are a wonderful savoury treat. They’re versatile too, being a brilliant thing to serve for breakfast, lunch or simple supper.

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  • Overnight Mango and Chia Seed Pudding

    This could quite possibly be one of the simplest, guilt-free, good-for-you and tasty desserts you can make. Chia seeds are incredibly versatile and are thought to have great health benefits. This is one of my favourite pudding flavours, and a great way to take advantage of the delicious Pakistani mangoes when they are in season.

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  • No-Oil Sweet Potato Chips

    These chips are absolutely delicious and guilt-free. I’m constantly experimenting with new flavour combinations for the seasoning, which means this recipe can go with all of your favourite meals. They’re great as a side to a lovely fresh salad; with a coconut-based curry instead of rice, or on their own with vegan mayo. Chips with everything!

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  • Chilli Chocolate Orange Brownies

    These vegan, gluten free brownies are the result of many, many trials in low-fat baking without flour. They are incredibly tasty, quick to make and full of goodness, so you can help yourself to as many as you desire. The brownies are baked in a muffin tin, giving you perfectly-sized morsels straight from the oven, each lovely and crispy on the outside and a gooey on the inside.

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  • Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

    Hummus is a delicious plant-based dip that first emerged from the Middle East. With growing awareness of health and wellness it has rapidly gained popularity in other parts of the world too. In addition to regular hummus ingredients, my variation of the traditional version, brings in the tantalising sweetness of roasted sweet pepper.

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  • Beer Battered Chick'n Bites

    These light, crispy and unfairly moreish chick'n bites will manage to convince even the most die-hard omnivores that their favourite takeaway snack can be veganized and made better in the process. They work perfectly when teamed up with a sweet 'n' sour or spicy chilli dip.

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  • Banana Breakfast Muffins

    These muffin are spot on for the morning as the bananas are perfect for that slow-release energy boost which keeps you going until lunch. This recipe is also a great way to work ground flaxseed into your diet. That stuff is magical! It's chock full of omega-3 essential fatty acids, antioxidants and fibre among many other things.

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  • Rosemary Oatcakes (savoury, wheat-free, vegan cracker)

    These oatcakes are a delicious, thin, lunch time cracker infused with a delicate hint of rosemary. They serve well with most dips or pates, along with a salad and are popular with most people who try them.

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  • Turmeric & Sweet Potato Falafels

    Falafel is a traditional deep fried middle eastern dish. Enjoy a wonderfully healthy version by adding a few extra things like turmeric and sweet potato and bake them in the oven instead.

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  • Red Pepper Cashew Cream

    Want an easy way to liven up lunch? Then try this delicious cashew spread; it’s gorgeously creamy and full of fabulous flavours, making it the perfect base for your favourite toppings. It’s packed full of goodness – cashews are full of heart-healthy fats, turmeric is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, garlic is high in vitamin c which is great for your immune system – and these are just a few of the healthy highlights.

    Get ready to wrap your taste buds around this brilliant basic recipe, and then feel free to tweak with other ingredients next time around.

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  • Chilli Cornbread

    If you're in the mood to try something different, then this chilli cornbread will satisfy your cravings! The first bite is a delicious mix of smoky flavour with a slightly sweet hint of corn, and after a few seconds, the delicious spiciness comes to greet you.

    On a chilli heat scale of 1-5, these chipotle's are a 4 as they're both smoky and hot. They’re also packed full of health benefits including vitamins and minerals, they aid digestion, fight sinus congestion, can help relieve migraines and joint pain, and may even boost your metabolism. Just a few great reasons to use and enjoy them in your cooking!

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  • Spicy Roasted Chickpeas With Rosemary And Sumac

    These roasted chickpeas are great on their own as a healthy savoury snack, or sprinkled on to your dinner to add a little crunch and texture.

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  • Apricot-Almond Quinoa Muffins

    Cakey muffins studded with pops of quinoa and chewy dried apricots, these wholesome treats make an ideal afternoon snack with a cup of tea.

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  • Sundried Tomato Tapenade

    This really is an exciting way to use olives to make a scrumptious pâté.

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  • Quinoa Banana Bread

    Dense, moist, and full of both flavor and fiber, this sweet quickbread features the nutritional powerhouse of quinoa in the form of flakes (similar to rolled oats).

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  • Kale Chips

    Because every vegan needs these in their life.

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  • Summer Rolls

    These are really easy and look really impressive (in my humble opinion)

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  • Banana Berry Breakfast Smoothie

    This yummy banana berry smoothie is an easy way to beat the mid-morning munchies! Start the day with a glass and follow it up with a bowl of my ginger nut crunch muesli. This heavenly combo will easily keep you full until early afternoon.

    Feel free to change the recipe depending on your mood or seasonal ingredients available. Freezing fruit stops any wastage, and means your smoothie's ice-cold and ready to drink. It's a deliciously healthy way to start your day.

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  • Almond Milk

    Making your own almond milk is the easiest vegan thing to do! Health benefits include as much calcium as dairy milk, but higher in vitamins A, D and E, no saturated fat, and fewer calories than skimmed. This doesn't contain any preservatives, artificial sweeteners, or other additives that you'll find in almost every shop bought version.

    What's not to love about this milky marvel?

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  • Chilli Tomato & Basil Baked Beans on Toast

    Now everyday beans from the can on toast is delicious enough in its own right. However, when you have just a little more time, this twist on the classic dish can make for a very satisfying feed!

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