Plums are well and truly in season at the moment, and if (like me) you have become overrun with too many plums in your kitchen, and unsure on how to eat them - then this crumble cake is a perfect way to use them up! A delicious afternoon treat, or post-dinner dessert when served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream (dairy free of course!). Ingredients: - 150g caster sugar - 115g dairy-free butter (eg. flora plant based) - 1 tsp vanilla extract - 1 tsp lemon juice - 90g aqua
Looking for a delicious chocolate cake which tastes ultra indulgent but is surprisingly simple to make - and vegan friendly?! This is the perfect recipe to whip up to wow your friends, or simply to make for your afternoon treat during the week. So lets get baking! Ingredients (one small two tier cake*): - 120g plain flour - 30g cocoa powder - 2 tsp baking powder - 100g light brown sugar (or sub half for erythritol/sweetener) - 165ml almond milk - 75g vegan butter, melted - 3/
If, like me, you are a lover of all things gingerbread, and not much of a fan of the classic Christmas Cake then this alternative is definitely a must have this Christmas. I mean even if you love Christmas Cake you are going to love this moist, fluffy, indulgent masterpiece which will wow your friends and family! Ingredients (one small two tier cake*): - 150g plain flour - 2 tsp baking powder - 100g light brown sugar - 3/4 tbsp cinnamon - 1 tbsp ginger - 1 tsp nutmeg - 165ml
December 1st brings the start of Advent which means it's time to unleash the festive baking! From mince pies to gingerbread men - I hope you are ready to see them all over my instagram feed! However, I want to kick off the first Festive Blog recipe with my Miniature Chocolate Chip Panettone's perfect to have as a single serve treat in the afternoon, or give out as little Christmas gifts to your friends and family! The recipe makes 6 small muffin sized Panettone's and they are
I am 100% ready for Halloween now and we are only mid way through October. I kid you not, I am so excited for all the scary movies (even though they frighten me to death) and pumpkin carving alike. Not only that, but my excitement to share this recipe with you is immense! - Okay, so if you make one thing from my blog IT HAS TO BE THESE! These triple layer, gooey pumpkin pie centred brownies are absolutely to die for. They are super sweet, fudg-y and the perfect treat this Oct
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
Late September and Autumn finally arrives in fall swing. From sunny skies to chilly winds, the leaves finally start falling off the trees and the pumpkins come out to play! I hope you all are pumpkin lovers as all the recipes people share right now seem to be based on this delicious pumpkin spice flavour and banana breads become revamped!
Try out this delicious one for example, super moist, aromatic and oh so delicious - it's easy to make and uses only simple ingredients (apa
Who doesn't love a good brownie? Whether it be peanut butter stuffed, party ring topped or a simple dark chocolate sea salt - brownies ALWAYS do the trick for an afternoon treat. But have you tried pretzel brownies? I recently got gifted some delicious salted pretzel thins by Olly Olly's and immediately had inspiration to get baking with them. Check out the recipe below and let me know if you approve to pretzels and brownies together! Ingredients (makes 16): - 240g self raisi
HEADS UP: Jammie Dodgers are now vegan WHAT?! I have been waiting for this moment all too long, as I am sure you have too. With Oreos now taking a backseat its time to bring forward the Jammie-ness and bring you a celebration Jammie Cake recipe which will have you wanting more... Created by accident, these delightful squares take jam to a whole other level! Ingredients: (serves 6) - 100g self-raising flour - 50g soya flour (or sub extra self-raising but soy flour adds such a
What childhood treat comes to mind as an ultimate classic? Maybe Rice Krispie cakes, or cornflake nests? How about a rocky road or a chocolate fridge cake. Well if this is the case then this recipe is all of that, plus more, IN ONE. Ultra sweet, chocolatey and indulgent. These little bites will definitely hit that sweet spot! Ingredients: Base layer: 120g mixed cereal, (I used Natures Path maple sunrise and bran flakes) 30g mini, vegan marshmallows 25g pistachio nuts, chopped
Bringing you another variation of my classic blueberry loaf cake, this time with fresh strawberries & a simple glossy pink icing. It's definitely an eye catcher, but tastes even more delicious than it looks! I like to keep these intros short and sweet, as I know you all really just care for the recipe! Ingredients: - 240g (1C) self raising flour - 100g (3/4C) natural cane sugar or sweetener - 1tsp baking powder - 3tbsp coconut oil, melted - 120g (1C) strawberries, chopped - 2
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
Do you still have leftover chocolate from easter? Or perhaps you just have a supply of white chocolate in the cupboard and don't know what to do with it.. Either way, you MUST make these yummy, nutty blondies. I made just a small batch of six - but I would definitely recommend doubling the recipe if you have a square cake tin (I don't so used a loaf tin). You can use the method below, or bake with me and follow my stories on my instagram highlight in real time! Ingredients: (
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
So we all know by now that I am addicted to coffee, obsessed with caramel flavouring AND never stop baking. So it is only natural that I created a super-quick and easy muffin recipe using Try Blend Select Coffee Caramel Protein shake. Be sure to save this recipe when you want a delicious treat which is high in protein and low in fat! Ingredients - 120g plain flour - 60g Tri Blend Select Protein Shake Mix Coffee Caramel flavour - 1 tsp baking powder - 1 banana (100g) - 175ml
Not ANOTHER banana bread recipe you ask? Well in my defence, this is actually the first banana bread I have made all year so I finally thought I would jump onto the bandwagon. I was recently looking into recipes for banana bread and was amazed at the versatility of it all! I guess it is personal preference if you like it more bread like or cake-y but I have perfected what suits me best! This recipe uses Nutcessity Date and Walnut spread, which personally enhances the banana b
Are you a lover of matcha? Or perhaps a tahini fanatic? Maybe you just love cookies or you want to increase your omega 3's? Whatever the reason is for you to be searching this recipe, I warn you now - they are addictive! Ingredients: makes 6 - 60g dark tahini - 60g sugar / sweetener - 80g all-purpose flour - 2tsp matcha powder - 1/2tsp vanilla extract - 1/2tsp apple cider vinegar - 1/4tsp baking powder - pinch of salt - 1/4C coconut milk (or other non-dairy alternative) 1. Pr
Tea and cake, the perfect combination - hand in hand right? Afternoon tea is a British classic pastime and now I have combined it to a whole other level, why not have your tea and cake together?
This loaf is not too sweet and has the subtle tonnes of Earl Grey infused within. It goes perfect by itself, or I prefer it toasted with some dairy-free spread or peanut butter. It is a recipe you must try! Ingredients: - 150g self raising flour - 100g rye flour - 2tsp baking powder -
As it is Sugar Awareness Week at the moment, I wanted to recreate a popular favourite sweet treat for those of you who are looking to reduce your sugar intakes. Added sugar is of major concern in Public Health, due to the average population exceeding recommendations by over double! Here I have put together a reduced sugar brownie recipe, using Natvia sweetener in combination with less sugar to provide you with some delicious brownies at only 5g sugar a piece (*unless you add
Looking for a cake to wow your friends which isn't super complicated? Then this is the cake. Made in collaboration with Natures Charm Whipping Cream, I subbed most of the oil due to the creams natural fatty content and the texture turned out perfectly! Not to forget to mention it adds a subtle flavour to the overall cake which compliments the use of cacao in this recipe!
If you take your hand at making it then post a photo and tag me on instagram: @plant.steph ! Ingredients: