This really is the ultimate, indulgent and moreish dessert, which is super easy to make and super impressive to serve and I think, tastes very authentic.
Sugar seems to be the big debate of the moment, and I personally haven’t and wont be eliminating it from my diet completely. I am very much in the “everything in moderation” camp, and life is too short not to sneak in a cheeky bar of chocolate every now and then. However, I am also very much in the “know what goes in your food” camp, and trying to take control of this as much as possible can only be a good thing. These bars are a perfect sweet treat loaded with natural sugars and healthy fats and do feel pretty indulgent, as well as mega tasty. Continue reading “Vegan Salted Caramel Bites”
This salad dressing works with lots of salads and on top of burgers. It’s a tangy, creamy and sweet dressing, a bit like thousand island I guess. It is quite thick so works well as a dip too. Continue reading “Thousand Island Salad Sauce”
I guess this is like a cold porridge/bircher muesli type thang. But, as I am Scottish I like to call it “Breakfast Crannachan”.
Crannachan (Cran-a-can) for those that don’t know, is a traditional Scottish dessert usually made from a mixture of whipped cream, whisky, honey, fresh raspberries with toasted oatmeal soaked overnight in a little bit of whisky. Continue reading “Breakfast Cranachan”
These rolls are jammed packed with vitamins, raw, and bursting with flavour, like really. Don’t be put off by the seemingly extensive list of ingredients, most are used to make a dressing and the rest are the raw veggies and noodles. Measurements are also a rough guide and really depend on your preferred tastes. Continue reading “Rice Paper & Raw Veg Spring Rolls”
Ok. My picture for this might not be the best, but it really is no reflection on how awesome this tastes. It proper tastes like a full fat, creamy, coconutty, sumptuous cheesecake and the best bit….it involves no cooking. Yes, it’s raw. I’m not a raw food expert (yet) but, the sheer mention of raw food, seems to have people running for the hills, apart from my faithful food testing husband ( or the “monkeyboy” as he is known). Every dish I make seems to be his favourite, like ever.