Are you a fan of matcha and a fan of cake? Also looking for a recipe which is gluten free but will wow your friends? Then these lil oat based cupcakes are the perfect treat, with pink frosting to make them that bit extra special! This recipe calls for Natures Charm coconut matcha sauce, which is delicious eaten right from the spoon - or on pancakes. However, it is a crucial component in baking these cakes! Ingredients: (makes 6) · 1 cup (240g) oat flour · ¼ cup (40g) sugar
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!
Looking for a wholesome meal which is rich in flavour, protein, fibre and full of goodness to keep your immune system tip top in this time of year? Then this creamy dahl with added in coconut milk will keep you in check! Serve alongside some rice and/or roti, naan, chapati etc. for a complete delicious meal! Ingredients: (serves 2-3) - ½ onion, diced - 1tbsp garlic paste - 1tbsp grated ginger - 1tsp cumin - 1tsp spicy coriander - 1/2tsp cayenne pepper - 1/2tsp turmeric
Carrot cake has always been one of my favourites as a child. I don't know why, but there's something about the texture and flavour compliments of a perfect slice to frosting ratio. Normally a classic cream cheese icing is my preference, but I felt like changing it up with a salted caramel frosting this time around - I mean you can't go wrong with salted caramel and this is definitely no exception! Ingredients: 240ml Natures Charm evaporated coconut milk 1tbsp apple cider vine
Bananas and custard. Such a childhood classic hey? So why not recreate it with a twist and add it to your next muffin bake sesh! This recipe uses Natures Charm coconut custard (which is so so good) but you could potentially sub it for other dairy free custards but they might have a runnier consistency so be careful! Ingredients: (makes 6) - 120g gluten free flour - 70g sugar - 1/2tsp baking powder - 120g soy yoghurt - 1 mashed banana - 1/2tsp vanilla extract - 1/2tsp a
If you are yet to try making your own sushi, I order you to go get yourself the supplies (and a sushi mat) right now. Not only is it easy to make, its fun to do with friends and is a great way to experiment with your own choice of fillings. You can start simple with a cucumber or avocado maki but when you want to experiment I would highly recommend this vegan alternative to the classic salmon cream cheese filling characterised by Philadelphia rolls! As the salmon substitute I
It's December! This means a month full of festive baking and recipes to have fun with in the kitchen (I am sure your instagram feed is full of them by now) - and I am totally digging this! My first festive baking had to be my fave christmassy treat which is gingerbread! I love all things ginger, and when you have a cute gingerbread man cookie to dunk in your tea life is bliss.. This recipe is straight forward, easy to make and needs little culinary skills. You can make it glu
October is upon us. The nights are getting darker, the weather cooler and halloween is around the corner. So we all know what time of year it is - pumpkin season! These brownies I made on a whim, and they actually turned out incredible. Honestly, I can't believe how 'healthy' they are when they taste so damn good. Think >10g protein per serving and refined sugar, gluten-free?!
Please try them out, and remember to share and tag me on instagram so I can see your creations :) @p
Who's a fan of raw desserts? Little sweet cold bites of indulgent yumminess - what's not to love! When I found a tin of Nature's Charm whipping cream remaining in my fridge (after thinking I had used them all), I got inspired to make mini muffin sized 'cheesecakes' for the freezer. Ingredients: (makes 5 single serve raw cakes) Base: - 1/2 cup soy flour (sub coconut flour if desired) - 1/4 cup coconut flour - 1/4 cup oat flour - 1tbsp agave syrup - 1/4 cup + 1tbsp cold water (