I used to absolutely hate oatmeal when I was a kid - but then again what kid would choose oatmeal over a big bowl of sugary cereal, right? I've come to appreciate it more and more over the years (fiber! protein!) and I've been really enjoying it as a bake. As you might have picked … Continue reading chocolate cherry protein oatmeal bake
I bet you've come across an amazing looking vegan dish, only to find out you haven't got a damn clue what they're talking about down in the recipe description. Fear not, my vegan food loving friend! I'm here to explain what these mysterious ingredients are, how you can use them and where you can get … Continue reading my vegan pantry: what’s miso?
Yay, it's christmas time! I wanted to make things easier for me and do a complete test cooking of my christmas menu, so I wouldn't be stressing out on the actual holiday. I'm so glad I did because some of these dishes did not go as planned the first time around - and some recipes … Continue reading my christmas menu
The hardest thing for me to decide on while making my christmas menu, was choosing what to make for dessert. I was playing with the idea of making this over the top black forest gateau, but then I remembered how much other dishes I needed to cook and quickly changed my mind. So I came … Continue reading vegan chocolate orange tarts
It's the holidays but that doens't mean we don't have to eat our veggies, right? These side dishes will compliment any roast dinner I think, and they bring a nice pop of colour to the table. And yes I went all out and bought the fancy multi coloured carrots because it's christmas and I don't … Continue reading maple glazed carrots & crispy lemon broccoli
Omg yes potatoes. No roast dinner a real roast dinner without the company of a good potato. I don't really care in what form, it can be mash, or a nice classic kroketje, but I really like these fancy hasselback potatoes! You honestly don't need a slather these in gravy because they're already so good … Continue reading hasselback potatoes with herbs
I love a good Wellington roast, but I only make it a few times a year. That makes it extra special though, so I don't mind putting in the extra work. This is a seitan roast with gorgeous festive spices, wrapped in a buttery blanket of puff pastry. I used Gaz Oakley's Epic Christmas Roast … Continue reading vegan christmas wellington