1. Tomato Onion and Basil Vegetable Patties

    Literally everyone at my work has been complaining how there is no good option for lunch in the area. They’re sick of one place, the other place is over priced, the next one is too busy yada yada yada. Let’s face it, buying lunch out everyday gets really boring plus you never really know what you’re eating. It’s food roulette at it’s worst. One day you might get a salad which is fresh and reasonably healthy, the next day you end up with a soup that has sugar and cream hidden in the ingredients. Don’t get me wrong, buying lunch out once in a while is not going to kill you and it...
  2. Veggie Bolognese Recipe

    After seeing the Veggie Mama’s yummy recipe for Veggie Bolognese I was inspired to make my own. Planet Organic had sent me a packet of veggie mince, I had spaghetti (so I thought), tomatoes, eggplant.. I will admit though I was VERY worried about the idea of making veggie bolognese. I’m not a huge fan of fake meat and I was convinced it would be a complete disaster and we’ll be stuck eating baked beans on toast for dinner! Come to think of it I really like baked beans on toast for dinner, breakfast or whenever; but nobody likes the dish they spent an...
  3. Gluten Free Vegan Pizza – that Actually Tastes Good!

    I am really into different types of flours at the moment. Who needs regular flour when you have coconut, almond and chickpea flour! A few weeks ago we had dinner at Balla and ordered a chickpea tart – it was really alot more like a chickpea pancake (I guess chickpea pancake sounds a little weird) but that pancake/tart thingy got me thinking about how I could use chickpea flour at home… because it tasted SO good. I came up with the idea of using chickpea flour for a gluten free pizza base and had a little experiment with it on Sunday night. This...
  4. Vegan Chocolate Muffins with Natvia

    What you need 6 muffin baking trays 2 cups of wholemeal spelt flour 3 tablespoons of arrowroot powder 1 no egg 1 cup of coconut oil 1 teaspoon of baking powder 1/4 cup of mixed berries 1/4 cacao nibs 2 tablespoons of cacao 3 tablespoons of Natvia Steps Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl Add coconut oil, berries and cacao nibs, mix well Because the flour isn’t self raising, you’re able to pack the muffin trays to the brim. The mixure made 6 muffins, bear in mind that the muffins are very dense. Cook on 170 c for...
  5. Super Easy Green Goodness Pasta

    Trust me, you don’t want to miss this one. F loves this dish and he is REALLY fussy eater plus he isn’t vegan.This is my take on the orginal recipe found in Skinny Bitch in the Kitch; if you haven’t already go and get yourself a copy! You can view my other Skinny Bitch inspired recipe here. What you need 4 garlic cloves, chopped finely 3 tablespoons of coconut oil 5 tablespoons of vegan butter 1 head of brocolli 1 bunch kale Wholemeal spelt pasta Pine nuts Sea salt Steps Cook the garlic in the coconut oil for about 3...

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