A delicious meal that can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner! This spicy chickpea avocado toast is a must try! I love having toast on weekend mornings for brunch - it makes a really nice change from my regular breakfast, which tends to be sweet like a smoothie or porridge. There's something about having a savoury breakfast that makes me feel like it's my day off to relax and unwind! This spicy chickpea avocado toast is one of my go-tos for lunch when I want something quick and easy that's also satisfying and healthy. It's also perfect for those days when dinner time arrives and you haven't had a chance to plan anything and want to whip something up [...]
Protein Chocolate Cupcakes with a simple 3-ingredient protein chocolate frosting. They're easy to make, delicious and made using healthier ingredients! I love adding protein powder to my treats. It's such an easy way to add extra goodness without compromising on taste or texture. The great thing about using flavoured protein powders is that they also add some sweetness, meaning you don't need to use as much sugar as you would in a regular recipe. Not only are these cupcakes high in protein, they're also lower in added sugar! I also love using finely ground oats instead of plain flour in my bakes. I find it works amazingly well in so many recipes. These cupcakes are topped with a simple 3-ingredient [...]
Amazing tasting chocolate chip cookies that are gluten free, dairy free, vegan and contain no refined sugars? Yes, such a thing does exist! What makes this healthy chocolate chip cookie recipe even better is that it's so easy and only consists of a handful of ingredients.
A crunchy biscuit layer topped with a simple caramel filling, all dipped in lush dark chocolate - these vegan no-bake caramel bars are my healthier take on a Twix bar! Hands up if you love Twix bars 🙋🏻♀️ I used to eat them almost everyday during my uni days. You could say I was obsessed! Since I started making my own healthier desserts at home, I decided to try to recreate a classic favourite so that everyone can enjoy them. My version is vegan and gluten-free, so a great options for those who can't eat dairy or gluten. The more I started to experiment with recipes, the more I found my flavour preferences changed. It's like my taste buds were maturing [...]
A yummy crunchy treat that's so easy anyone and everyone can make it! These 3-ingredient chocolate crunch doughnuts are perfect for when you're craving something sweet, but don't feel like baking or making anything too complicated. This recipe is probably the most popular recipe on my blog to date. I think the reason is that they're so easy and only call for 3 ingredients. They're also really easy to adjust - you can add anything to them and you can shape them however you like. I love using doughnuts mould, but you can use any moulds you have on hand, or even use a cake tin and cut them up into bars/squares. These chocolate crunch doughnuts do remind me of [...]
Hobnobs used to be my guilty pleasure along with chocolate digestive biscuits. I could easily eat half a pack in one sitting. Once I started there was no stopping until I felt sick!
*This post is sponsored by East End Foods* A quick and easy meal idea for busy days. This vegan chilli garlic stir fry noodles is packed with plant-based protein, fibre and vegetables. I always have the basic ingredients for a good stir fry in my cupboard for those days when I need something speedy for dinner. Things like noodles, soy sauce, rice vinegar and sriracha are life savers. All you need to do it throw everything in a wok and you have a delicious and satisfying meal ready in just 20 minutes! What you need for this vegan chilli garlic stir fry noodles Noodles – Any noodles will work here, it completely depends on your preference. I like to use [...]
A protein recipe that tastes like a naughty dessert! These vegan protein chocolate peanut butter cups make a great snack or healthier treat. I love making treats like this for when I'm craving something sweet and chocolatey, but don't want something too decadent. They're no-bake, so really easy to make and you can change the recipe around depending on your preference. For example, if you don't have peanut butter, you can use any nut butter you like. Or if you have a nut allergy, use a seed butter like tahini or sunflower seed butter instead. You can also make them in a square cake tin and slice them into squares instead of individual cups. If you want to make them [...]
This smooth and silky vegan cannellini bean dip is great to have on the side of meals, as a snack, or even for breakfast on toast! I eat dips on a daily basis - usually in the form of hummus or Baba Ganoush. I find them an easy way to dress up salad and plain vegetables. Especially on busy days when I don't have much time planning my meals and to cook vegetables in fancy seasonings and sauces. Even though I'm a self confessed hummus addict, every now and then I fancy something a little bit different. Something like this vegan cannellini bean dip. The The recipe is basically exactly the same as the one I use to make [...]
* This post is sponsored by East End Foods* A creamy dairy-free ice cream that’s no-churn and doesn’t require an ice cream machine! This vegan pistachio cardamom ice cream is a dream in hot weather. For me, the two ice cream flavours that I always ALWAYS go for whenever I see them in an ice cream parlour are coffee (which is why I had to make this vegan coffee chocolate magnum a few weeks ago), and pistachio. Pistachio in general is a flavour that grabs my attention and one I find difficult to ignore. My obsession with pistachios started in my childhood thanks to my Middle Eastern upbringing. They’re one of the most popular snacks there, but they’re also [...]