Who doesn’t love a sandwich? Being vegan doesn’t hinder your sandwich eating opportunities. Oh no my friend. It opens you up to a whole new world of possibilities. Whether you’re a traditional type who misses the BLT, or you’re more adventurous and willing to get a little bit freaky. I thought I would make a… Read More Vegan Sandwich Ideas
It’s been almost a year I have been plant based/vegan or whatever you want to call it, since March of 2017. We got back from a week in Center Parcs and decided just to go for it. I can say with some pride that I haven’t touched meat since, though I have had a bit… Read More Veganuary: My Top Tips
Cheese might be the thing I miss the most you know. Bacon is a close second, but cheese is just in all of my favourite meals and it is the thing I have found the hardest to give up. It is also the thing I have had the least luck finding a tasty substitute for…until… Read More Trying Vegan Cheese
If you read my recent post on why we have decided to go vegan then I guess this is the next logical post to follow that. One of the biggest things I have noticed about being a vegan is that everyone has an opinion. As soon as you mention you are vegan (not even in… Read More Going Vegan: What are we actually eating?
Whenever my kid is having a particularly ‘difficult’ week, I make muffins. Depending on who is grumpier I make either savoury or sweet. This week, I was grumpy and so chocolate peanut butter muffins it was. There are 2 whole bananas in these and they are not too bad in terms of ingredients either so… Read More Tricking a fussy toddler: The Muffin.
Sweeping generalisation alert – All kids think chocolate is a special treat.Therefore what better way to trick healthiness into them than via the medium of chocolate. I LOVE this mousse. It is ridiculously yummy. Really easy and quick to make too – perfect right? Ingredients: 1 banana 1 avocado – shelled (not sure if that… Read More Tricking a fussy toddler – chocolate mousse
So after a mushroomy spinach breakfast, for some reason I also fancied them for dinner! Enter risotto! The old faithful. The ONLY thing my toddler will always eat, without fail. My failsafe easy yummy meal. I think the first risotto I ever made was from Jamie Oliver’s 30 minute meal cookbook. I have slightly adapted… Read More Mushroom Madness Part 2.