Who remembers the classic sweet, indulgent toaster pastries: the classic Pop Tarts! They come in so many flavours, this childhood treat was definitely a rare occasion in my house - but boy was it a great breakfast (or snack may I add). However, these soon became a distant memory but now I'm bringing back the childhood fun with a vegan version of this American sweet! What makes it even more American than a Peanut Butter Jelly filling hey? Makes 6 Pop Tarts: - 225g plain flour
I don't know about you but pears are one of my favourite English Autumn fruits (alongside a good apple). Pear-ing greatly with almond butter, a hint of cinnamon and lashings of Salted Caramel sauce - these blondies are your ultimate pick me up on a cold, rainy afternoon. Ingredients: - 2 medium pears, chopped -1 tbsp maple syrup - 1/2 tsp cinnamon - 250g plain flour - 1.5 tsp baking powder - 1 tsp ground cinnamon - 1/4 tsp ginger and nutmeg - 100g golden sugar - 100g sweetene
It's been a while since I gave you a cookie, and we all know I LOVE cookies. Honestly, I prefer them to cake... This recipe is buttery, soft and uses black tahini to make a delicious sesame filling which honestly works so well! Don't be put off, as honestly you won't regret making these if you do! Ingredients: (makes 9 stuffed cookies) 125g self-raising flour 50g oat flour (blend oats in a blender) 100g vegan spread (eg. Vitalite or Flora) 75g caster sugar or alternate sweete
Have you been trying to make fluffy THICK vegan pancakes for a while, but end up with pancakes which are either wrinkly, flat, chewy or dense? Then this is the recipe (and tips!) for you! In this post I will give you my ultimate tips for making the best 'cake'y style American pancakes you ever so desire. 1. It starts with batter: your consistency must not be too runny or too thick. Think smooth, thinner cake batter which will almost (but not quite) pour evenly from a spoon. I
Ever find yourself with a pantry full of vegetables which need using up and a lack of meal inspiration? I know I sometimes do. These veggie balls are a great recipe for these situations, as they can easily be adapted to incorporate veggies you have to hand! It's also great if you have fussy children (or partners) as I managed to use up parsnips and beetroot in mine which my boyfriend wouldn't usually eat (hehhe). Ingredients: (makes around 54 small balls) 300g potatoes 250g c
We all seem to be a bit obsessed with baking lately, with flour hard to find on the shelves. However, I have noticed a lot of vegan baking recipes can be quite 'bougie' and use expensive / hard to find ingredients. That's why, I have teamed up with Aldi UK to give to you a simple CHEAP recipe which is delicious and also semi-healthy for a perfect afternoon addition to your cup of tea. You can purchase all ingredients from Aldi for under £5 & they are all easy to get hold of!