Gingerbread and Orange Tiramisu

Ingredients 300 g;10 1/2 oz/ 2 cups plain flour 160 g/ 5 1/2 oz/1 1/2 stick vegan butter 75 g/ 3 oz/1/2 cup golden caster sugar 110 g/ 4 oz/ 1/3 cup golden syrup 125 g/ 4 1/2 oz cup honey 1 vegan egg 175 ml/ fl. oz/ 3/4 vegan milk 1 1/2 tsp groundContinue reading “Gingerbread and Orange Tiramisu”

Oaty Cob Bread

Mixing and shaping a simple round loaf is one of the most satisfying kitchen activities and the results is incomparably excellent. This bread is made with fresh yeast-it’s similar color and texture to putty and should crumble easily when broken. For best results, buy fresh yeast in small quantities as required: it will keep forContinue reading “Oaty Cob Bread”

Chocolate Fruit Crumble

A popular desert, the addition of chocolate in the topping makes it even more of a treat, A good way of enticing children to eat a fruit desert. Ingredients 400 g/14 oz blackberries/or can in natural juice 450 g/1 lb cooking apples, peeled, and sliced thickly 100 g/3 1/2 oz/3/4 cup plain (all-purpose) flour 75Continue reading “Chocolate Fruit Crumble”

Indian-Style Shepherd Pie..

Most people cook shepherd pie in winter, it’s also good for entertainment as it can be made in an advance and heated through just before serving. You can spice up the mashed potatoes by adding a couple of finely diced green chillies, then scattering some grated cheddar cheese before baking. Ingredients 3 large potatoes 1Continue reading “Indian-Style Shepherd Pie..”

Shirataki Noodles

Shirataki noodles are long, white noodles they’re often called miracle noodles or Konjac noodles. They’re made from glucomanna, a type of fiber that comes from the konjac plant. Konjac grows in Japan, China, and southeast Asia. It contains very few digestive carbs-but most of its carbs came from glucomannan finer. Shirataki noodles contains a lotContinue reading “Shirataki Noodles”

Espresso cupcakes with maple syrup

Strong dark coffee and maple syrup give a bitter edge to the sweetness of these cakes. Drizzle more maple over them while still warm. This recipe uses freshly made express, but you could use your own favorite coffee made at double strength. Ingredients 250g/9 oz/ 2 1/4 cups plain (all-purpose) flour 10ml/2 tsp baking powderContinue reading “Espresso cupcakes with maple syrup”

Spiced sausages and basil tofu, with sweet onion, chilli and coriander

Flavored vegan sausages with basil tofu, which is my favourite and caramelized onions, pretty simple dish to prepare if you’re in the mood to spend a few hours in the kitchen. Can be served with rich creamy potatoes. Ingredients 2 red onions, diced 1 teaspoon medium -hot chilli power 1 teaspoon ground turmeric 1 redContinue reading “Spiced sausages and basil tofu, with sweet onion, chilli and coriander”


Pumpkin is a variety of sqush Pumpkin is a variety of squash that people often think of a traditional Halloween decoration or thanks giving pre filling. However, the flesh of the pumpkin plant provide a range of health benefits outside festivities. Pumpkin is a plump, nutritious orange vegetables, and highly nutrient dense food. It isContinue reading “Pumpkin”

Broccoli and courgette Lasagne

Ingredients 8 oz Broccoli cut in florets 2 courgettes cut in circles 480 ml/ 2 cups vegan mozzarella cheese, plus extra cheese to make the sauce and 2 tablespoons cornstarch/ cornflour to thicken the sauce 1 tsp dried basil, 1 tsp dried Italian herbs, 1 tsp dried oregano 700ml 5 cups tomato sauce Pack ofContinue reading “Broccoli and courgette Lasagne”

Cornmeal Muffins

1 cup whole grain yellow cornmeal, fine ground 1 cup unbleached all-purpose flour/ gluten-free (optional ) 1/4 cup sugar 1/2 tsp baking powder gluten-free 2 vegan eggs 1 cup vegan milk 2 tablespoons vegan unsalted, butter melted Method Adjust oven rack to middle position and heat oven to 400 degree F. Lightly butter or sprayContinue reading “Cornmeal Muffins”