Thank you Sacla’ for sponsoring this recipe! Creating a savoury, gluten-free and vegan muffin was no easy feat but I am soooo happy with the result! These muffins are like a cross between cornbread, quiche and a fluffy muffin. You wouldn’t know they were gluten-free, egg-free and dairy-free.
Love hearts, chocolate, glitter and sweets – what more could you want for Valentines day? If you’ve not heard of Unicorn Bark, it’s part of a the “Unicorn” food trend involving pastels, rainbows, glitter and anything else vaguely magical. Chocolate bark with some sparkle, basically.
Thank you Monarch for sponsoring this recipe! February is almost here which means it’s nearly Pancake Day! Since I have already perfected my vegan pancake recipe, I decided to create a twist, inspired by ‘Tortillas de Carnaval’. These are small pancakes which are flavoured with cinnamon and lemon then fried. Traditionally, these are served during…
Thank you to the wonderful people at The Happy Foodie for sponsoring this giveaway! I was recently asked by The Happy Foodie to review and recreate a recipe from one of their vegan cookbook picks (see the article here) and I used the opportunity to bake a recipe I’ve had my eye on for a long…
I cannot believe Christmas has just been and gone. Although, part of me is glad to be moving onto 2017 now! Anyway, I hope you all had a fantastic Christmas day? Mine was lovely. Lazy and and centered around eating food and watching TV, just how I like to celebrate.
The idea of dipping orange segments into chocolate is nothing new. But have you tried it with sea salt? You really need to. The sweetness of the orange with the bitterness of the dark chocolate and that salty hit is just to-die-for.
For me, roasted nuts can be a dangerous snack. Waaaaaaay too addictive. Especially when they’ve got a kick. But it is Christmas and I’m allowed to binge. I’m practically SUPPOSED to binge, right?
It’s been nearly two years since I discovered the magic that is Aquafaba, and I’m still amazed by it. Who could have ever thought the liquid we usually wash down the drain, from a can of chickpeas or other legumes, could turn out to be the most amazing egg white substitute?