• Turmeric, Carrot & Lentil Soup

    Well, I don’t know about where you live but up in Manchester, autumn has arrived with force! It came as a bit of a shock this past week, especially since I ended up in Prague on my birthday where it was 20°C and sunny, then returned to catch the edge of a hurricane. The sudden onset of wind and rain means I’m wanting hot lunches again, after a summer of salads and a few sneaky peanut butter and Marmite sandwiches. And what’s better than a delicious, flavourful turmeric, carrot and lentil soup?

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  • Healthy Chickpea & Cauliflower Casserole

    I used to adore a very cheesy, vegetarian cauliflower and chickpea cheesy bake my mum would make. I mean like, go back for seconds and thirds love! So, naturally, I created a healthier, vegan version in this chickpea & cauliflower casserole recipe. Simply delicious, and worth a try!

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  • Sweet Potato, Coconut & Ginger Soup *

    Get a bowl of hot, sweet potato, coconut & ginger soup on the table and beat back the winter blues! Did you know you can just use cartoned coconut milk? I didn’t and I’m still stoked by the discovery to be honest!

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  • Delicious Vegan Mushroom & Lentil Bolognese

    Perfect for skeptical meateaters, this lentil & mushroom bolognese has an earthy feel and brilliant texture, from a combination of lentils and soy mince. I like to make mine in batches and keep a few portions handy in the freezer for emergency dinners!

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  • Vegan Bean Casserole, with Sausages

    Need a hearty winter meal to chase away cold and dreary nights? Try out this hearty – but healthy – vegan bean casserole. Paprika and simple butterbeans transform into a delicious in this yummy dish that everyone will enjoy!

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  • Meatless Monday: Spicy Lentil Pasta Sauce (Low fat, Vegan, Gluten free)

    I know what you’re thinking… it’s not a soup recipe. Or an oatmeal recipe. Has the world tipped on it’s head? No, my friend, it has not. Contrary to the evidence on this blog, my Snapchat and my Instagram, I do eat things other than soup and oatmeal. Honest. They are staples of my week-to-week food consumption though. In the evening, it’s mostly curry or chilli too, granted. But occasionally I’ll branch out! Largely because whilst I could happily eat baked potatoes, curry and chilli everyday of my life, my fiancé is not (if he was perfect, it’d be weird).

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