Light and fluffy savoury pumpkin-filled falafel made with less than 10 ingredients and coming together in less than 30 minutes. These falafel are seasonal, vegan, gluten-free and are easy to make. Served with a refreshing herby hummus, cumin roasted coloured carrots, a fruity tabbouleh and fresh greens, this bowl is a feast for all the … Continue reading Baked Pumpkin Falafel Bowl with Herby Hummus and Roasted Carrots
The ultimate bowl to celebrate the best of homegrown British vegetables – a sticky sweet aubergine rainbow bowl filled with colour, texture and flavour. Served with hummus and buckwheat this is the perfect vegan, gluten-free and vibrant dinner or lunch bowl. There is nothing better than a buddha bowl in my opinion for lunch or … Continue reading Sticky Sweet Chilli Aubergine and Hummus Rainbow Bowl
A classic and staple hummus recipe that is quick, cheap and delicious. It’s creamy, rich in flavour and goes with pretty much everything.
It’s been far too long since I have shared a hummus recipe – since my Red Pepper and Walnut Hummus July 2018 – and I cannot believe that this is only the second recipe on my blog for hummus. It’s often a joke that hummus should be its own food group, especially for vegans and … Continue reading Edamame and Artichoke Hummus
Hummus and chocolate are two of my favourite things. Now, who says you can’t have both at the same time? Not me, that’s for sure. Not already won over by the idea of sweet hummus? Well, read on… Reasons this needs to be made: It is utterly delicious. It satisfies your sweet chocolate tooth craving … Continue reading Chocolate and Tahini Hummus
Don’t you just love it when a few staple cupboard ingredients combine to create one delicious and flavoursome dish? This is exactly what happened when I was craving some hummus and fancied a change from my usual tahini blend. Upon devouring this hummus straight from the blender bowl, I realised I’d happily and accidentally created … Continue reading Smoked Red Pepper and Walnut Hummus
A hearty, wholesome and easy no-yeast, no-knead loaf of bread inspired by the traditional Irish soda or wheaten bread. It takes less than 40 minutes with only 6 main ingredients and is naturally vegan, dairy-free and nut-free. This loaf of bread has been a long-time coming. Ever since my Irish flatmate at uni (in 2012!!) … Continue reading Seedy Wholemeal Soda Bread
A hearty and wholesome brunch, lunch or dinner bowl full of tender sticky roasted new potatoes, vibrant turmeric tofu scramble with some gut-healthy kimchi and lots of fresh herbs. This bowl is naturally vegan, gluten-free and free from refined sugars. I do love brunch food and could eat it all day long, hence why this … Continue reading Roasted Sticky Potatoes and Turmeric Scramble
A naturally vegan and gluten-free homemade pesto stirred through tender roasted aubergine, sticky tomatoes and pasta. This meal is quick and simple, easy to batch cook to enjoy warm or cold throughout the week. I love playing around with pasta and using my fresh pasta, I wanted to develop a new, healthy and vegan twist … Continue reading Roasted Aubergine and Tomato Pesto Pasta
A vibrant and delicious buddha bowl recipe that is easy to make and perfect for healthy, vegan and gluten-free meal prep. A mixture of sticky ginger turmeric tofu cubes, fresh and cooked greens and a creamy golden tahini dressing. I love buddha bowls, in fact, they are my favourite way to eat. You can fit … Continue reading Sticky Ginger Tofu Buddha Bowl
A Mexican feast in a bowl. This vegan, gluten-free and nut-free meal is ideal for meal-prepping for your lunchboxes throughout the week. A zingy blend of lime-infused beans, grilled corn and peppers with a cooling creamy avocado dip served with brown rice. This buddha bowl packs in 10 different plant-based wholefoods and a rainbow of … Continue reading Charred Red Pepper Corn and Black Bean Bowl with Avocado Crème
A richly flavoured, light yet hearty vegan and gluten-free dinner or lunch that is packed with fresh vegetables, wholesome grains and colour. Juicy tender roasted aubergine, crunchy protein-packed chickpeas and chewy zingy goldenberries make for a feast for the senses. A quick and easy meal option that works well both warm and cold – save … Continue reading Zhoug Roasted Aubergines with Crunchy Chickpeas and a Goldenberry Pumpkin Seed Buckwheat Salad
The ultimate veganised dish that will please meat-eaters and non-meat-eaters. These Vegan Koftas are packed full of rich and earthy flavours and served with cooling cucumber yoghurt dip, they make a delicious and hearty dinner. Throw in some roasted vegetables and this is one vibrant, nourishing and wholesome meal for all the family. I am … Continue reading Vegan Koftas with Charred Peppers and Coconut Yoghurt Dip
Flavour-packed, vegan and gluten-free fritters packed with vegetables, protein and rich sun-dried tomato Mediterranean flavours. These fritters are perfect for a lazy weekend brunch with friends or to make and eat on the go mid-week. They are great with a side salad and some simple lime guacamole or served with pitta breads as a sandwich … Continue reading Cauliflower and Sun-Dried Tomato Breakfast Fritters
Light and fluffy homemade flatbreads topped with crunchy paprika chickpeas, juicy roasted vegetables, crispy kale chips and lashings of creamy hummus. The ultimate finger food that is as comforting as it is fresh, healthy and vibrant. “This is my favourite kind of meal” are the exact words I said as I finished my last mouthful … Continue reading Crunchy Chickpea, Kale Crisp and Burst Tomato Flatbreads
This recipe proves that vegan food can please anyone and everyone. The fact you can make a cheese scone using no animal products at all is pretty impressive seeing as cheese is usually laden with dairy and scones are made from copious amounts of butter. They are also ridiculously simple, only require 7 ingredients and … Continue reading Vegan Cheese and Sun-Dried Tomato Scones
Welcome to aubergine heaven. This recipe is creamy, rich in flavour and highly addictive – but it’s also healthy, completely made from whole foods and vegan-friendly. When it comes to dips, hummus still reigns king (or queen) among most people and I think that’s down to a lot of mediocre aubergine recipes that lack flavour … Continue reading Smoky Aubergine Baba Ganoush
Flavour packed smoked paprika falafel with crunchy hazelnut crumb – deliciously vegan and gluten free, they only require 10 ingredients.
A raw, vegan and gluten free cheesecake with salted date caramel, salted almonds and a chocolate drizzle on a crunchy, nutty base.
Christmas spiced stuffing falafel balls full of festive herbs, chestnuts and cranberries. Enjoy these as a side or as the star of the show.
The seasons are definitely changing and with the longer nights, shorter light hours and cooler weather, comes a shift in eating habits. While I still do enjoy a colourful vegetable packed quinoa salad or a crunchy kale salad, the evenings have me craving warming bowls of stews or curries. Both are a great way to … Continue reading New Potato, Red Lentil and Coconut Curry
I am all aboard the comfort food train at the moment, what with the cooling weather conditions and the shorter daylight hours. My body is craving something warming but equally nutritious and vegetable packed. This recipe is like a hug in a bowl. It is one of those meals you can whip up after a … Continue reading Rich Red Pepper and Chickpea Stew with Hazelnut Dukkha
Ever wondered what a Fattoush Salad is but been too afraid to ask, supposing you should have already known? Hands up now, let’s be honest. I was definitely one of those people who glanced at a menu and thought ‘mm that sounds delicious’ but never quite knew what it meant. I knew it was a … Continue reading Fattoush Salad
September is the month for CONNECTION. “Like the strands of a spider’s web, our lives are intricately connected with the lives of the people around us, whether we know them or not. We are all linked through the information, ideas, thoughts and beliefs we gather from the world, and all these connections have the potential … Continue reading Every Day Matters: September
I’d barely touched down in London and already I missed the eclectic and vibrant city that I got to know over my long girls’ weekend in Budapest. The Hungarian capital took my breath away; the tiny cobbled streets, the buzzing city vibe, the stunning architecture and the incredible food scene. Although Budapest is the capital … Continue reading A Nourishing Review: Budapest
Hello avocado-lovers and welcome to Part II of my Nourishing Reviews Series: Avocado Toast Around London. If you haven’t already read Part I then check that out here for more green goodness. Without further ado let’s see who else has made my top Avo-licious dishes (scroll down for some avo-fun outside of London, too!). Lele’s, … Continue reading A Nourishing Review: Avocado Toast Around London, Part II
If you’ve ever been to brunch with me, or you’ve followed my Instagram stories and posts for that matter, you’ll know my go-to dish. Actually, it’s a given that this is what I’ll order whether it’s hot or cold, come rain or shine and no matter what time of day it is. Oh yes, I’m … Continue reading A Nourishing Review: Avocado Toast Around London, Part I
Hello! Welcome to a new favourite meal of mine. Why is it a new favourite, you ask? Well, it combines the much-loved but perhaps over-done chickpea-based falafel ball with my love for tofu. Enter: tofu balls. What is even better is the Spicy Tomato Sauce that they are served with. You may know I love … Continue reading Spicy Thai Style Tofu Balls with Spicy Tomato Sauce and Miso Caramelised Onions
Believe it or not, my recent trip to Cardiff was the first time I stepped foot inside the gorgeously lush landscape of Wales. Filled with lovely accents, friendly faces and the most delicious Welsh Cakes fresh from the bakery, my visit to Cardiff was everything I could have wished for, and more. I was lucky … Continue reading A Nourishing Review: Cardiff
What isn’t to love about a flatbread? Sturdy enough to hold your favourite fillings, but not quite as stodgy as some bread. They’re the perfect sandwich alternative. But that’s not it. I also enjoy these flatbread instead of tortilla wraps and pittas, or alongside crudités and hummus, the possibilities are endless. As well as being … Continue reading Easy Fluffy Flatbread
Zurich, Switzerland, is like no other place I’ve ever visited, from the moment I landed, everything seemed to flow seamlessly. It ‘worked’. It’s hard to put into words this feeling of events aligning, meandering from one occasion to the next, but trust me on this one. From touch down to passport control and to finding … Continue reading A Nourishing Review: Zurich
When you’re cooking for one, you either become incredibly bored with eating the same thing on repeat, or you become inventive with how to use leftovers. Or better yet, how to meal prep and plan in advance when you’ll use that other ¼ of a butternut squash. I have become the latter. I love being … Continue reading Roasted Squash and Kale Slaw Salad w/ Buckwheat and Lemon Miso Dressing