Filling, delicious and nutritious, this chunky vegetable soup is perfect for kick starting the new healthy you. It’s vegan, fat free, low in calories and quick to make too. Perfect for the 5:2 diet and Veganuary.
Marvellous miracle mayo. Yes really. This recipe for simple vegan mayonnaise uses standard store cupboard ingredients and is really easy to prepare. It’s also exceptionally quick to make. We’re talking seconds, not minutes.
Run out of ideas to make your lunch more interesting? You’re bound to find something suitable with these 31 healthy vegan lunch recipes. Tasty sandwiches, quick lunches, soups, lunch box ideas or something a bit more special, we’ve got you covered. There’s a few of bonus recipes thrown in to liven up your sandwiches too.
New year, new me, new you, perhaps. Veganuary is a good time to explore plant milks. And what a coincidence, there’s a splendid new book out which will help you do just that. Read on for a review of Plant Milk Power by Dr Aparna Prinja & Shital Shah. Plus there’s a chance to win a copy for yourself. You’ll also find a recipe for a delicious raspberry cashew nut milk smoothie.
Chocolate bliss balls made with hazelnuts are delicious in their own right. But toast or roast those hazelnuts first and you get something totally irresistible. Roasted hazelnut bliss balls are the perfect healthy treat for Veganuary or banishing those winter blues.
A silky smooth, vibrant, lightly spiced soup with no need to fry or roast anything beforehand. This squash and red pepper soup is filling, vegan, easy to make and above all delicious.
How about a loaf of real banana bread? One that’s made with sourdough, wholemeal flour and no added sugar? This sourdough banana bread does all of this and more. And it’s not only healthy, it’s really delicious.
An easy to make and delicious to eat vegan autumn pea stew. It’s made with British carlin peas, sweet red peppers and the last crop of tomatoes. Serve with rice, quinoa, barley, jacket potatoes or crusty bread for a comforting and satisfying meal.
Healthy and delicious homemade falafel with a crisp outside and a succulent herby inside. They’re made with British grown fava beans from Hodmedod’s and cooked in an air-fryer, though you could bake them instead. Served with a zingy flavoursome chopped salad. Read on for the recipes and to find out why Hodmedod’s is such an exciting company.
Sweetcorn fritters are always a treat. But have you tried smoky sweetcorn pepper fritters? They make a really cool side to any number of dishes, but they also stand up to being the star of the show and can be served as a delicious lunch with salad. The fritters are egg and dairy free, so suitable for vegans as well as vegetarians.