I don't even know where to start, so let's take it back to February 2017... I was working as a housing support worker. Great job, but very low-paid. There is also difficulty in the support worker field to really progress and go anywhere, as people tend to stay in their organisations for several years. I… Continue reading I’m back! Where have I been? On sadness and binging…
This isn't the first jackfruit recipe I've shared here, but I recently realised that I'm yet to share this very popular vegan dish with you. I think everyone has their own take on BBQ jackfruit, which is supposed to simulate pulled pork. I've never had actual pulled pork, even before giving up meat, but from… Continue reading BBQ Jackfruit
So I recently discovered that Pret A Manger sells these amazing praline cookies. They're soft and chewy, and when you bite into them there's a chocolate/hazelnut filling. Unfortunately they're not vegan, so after buying a few I decided the only way to get my fix of filled cookies is to make my own. This is… Continue reading Chewy Peanut Butter Cookies
I'm finally getting round to doing this recipe because many, many people have asked me for it over the years. It debuted at a church potluck years ago and since then everyone has wanted me to make it for them, or share the recipe. I used to make this with cashew cheese, but found that… Continue reading Vegan Lasagna with Sweet Potato “Cheese” Sauce
I'm back! Wednesday 26th July was my final day of massage college. After six theory exams and three practicals, loss of sleep and time (and a very poor eating pattern), I'm finally a qualified massage therapist. I can do Swedish massage, hot stones, aromatherapy, Indian head, spa treatments and Hopi ear candling, so I guess… Continue reading Saag Aloo Recipes: Saag made with sweet potato!
Since my first mango lassi recipe I've discovered mango pulp to amend it, and this discovery has done so much for my general baking. Mango pulp is addictive, and is (in my experience) the best way to use mango in a recipe that requires it. After making a mango cheesecake, I had loads of the… Continue reading Vegan Mango Pulp Cookies
Every year my husband and I watch Great British Bake Off. It's fantastic entertainment and a great way to get new recipe ideas. I also watch Masterchef (with the occasional glance towards the US version, even if it is a little too dramatic) for the same reason. Rarely do the contestants make vegan or vegetarian… Continue reading Vegan Chai Tea Cake Recipe