When you’re in a hurry or the weather is just too hot, sometimes all you want is a low-effort quick and easy pudding. This is where my super easy strawberries and cream dessert comes in. Perfect for feeding a crowd too.
If you love a good curry, but keep making the same ones time and time again, it might be time to try something different. This healthy mushroom curry with cashew nuts is full of flavour, colour and nutritious ingredients. It’s one of Chetna Makan’s recipes from her new book, Chetna’s Healthy Indian Vegetarian. Plus there’s a chance to win a copy for yourself.
Light and crunchy brown sugar aquafaba meringues are a complete delight. Eat on their own, top them with whipped coconut cream and berries, add to an Eton Mess style dessert or crumble over ice cream. They’re a vegan dream.
A super quick, easy and tasty vegan main that can be on the table within twenty minutes. This spinach chickpea curry is made with coconut milk rather than tomatoes, which makes a most delicious change. Serve with rice or flatbreads.
One crumble recipe, eleven different desserts. This recipe for classic rhubarb crumble is made with only four ingredients. But in case you want something a little fancier, you’ll find ten easy ways to add variety and flavour.
The easiest Japanese ramen noodle soup you can make. It’s a cheat’s version using pasta and other store-cupboard ingredients along with whatever fresh vegetables you have to hand. Even though this easy one pot ramen is made in a trice, it’s super delicious, healthy and vegan too.
If you’re after a quick-to-prepare, delicious and nutritious vegan meal, do try this marinated tempeh with roasted black grapes and fennel. Stuff it into wraps with some salad or serve it with green vegetables and a baked potato.
Spanakopita is a delicious Greek filo pastry parcel or pie stuffed with wild greens and feta cheese. These ones are formed into individual triangles with crisp crackly pastry on the outside and a chewy, salty, fresh tasting inside. The greens in this filling are mostly nettles and three cornered leeks.
Who fancies freshly baked breakfast banana bread to start your morning? It’s just fabulous toasted and spread with peanut butter. This recipe is more of a bread than a cake and isn’t too sweet, though it does have a wee bit of honey in it.
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.