Hearty Ratatouille with Chickpeas

For me, nothing is more satisfying than finishing a dinner that is homemade and tastes 100% nutritious, clean but also filling and homely. Well, this ratatouille doesn’t disappoint and is another vegan friendly dish to add to your collection. I’ve had quite a few people message recently to say that they are introducing vegetarian/vegan dishes […]

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Vegan Corn Fritters with Tomato-Avo Salsa

January – a perfect excuse for resetting mind and body post-Christmas! Whilst there are many of you out there attempting Veganuary, instead I’m upping my running, committing myself to more blogging time and eating/drinking cleaner (see my full ‘new year’s resolution’ post here). I did a month of being vegan a couple of years ago […]

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Courgette, Asparagus & Goat’s Cheese Tart

G and I are on a health kick at the moment ahead of Christmas indulgences, however that’s not to mean that we have to make boring dinners, or that we can’t treat ourselves every so often. I also think homemade cooking is SO much better for you because you have a better idea of what’s […]

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Bang Bang Cauliflower Bites

G and I eat together most nights, even if that means cooking a little later. For me, this is an important part of my day where I can A) find out what G has been up to and B) unload all of my thoughts that I’ve had throughout the day verbally, that I haven’t been […]

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It’s Pancake Day!

No time for reading, more time for flipping! This is a simple, but yummy take on the simple crepe recipe, using whole-wheat flour, skimmed milk and water. Top your pancakes with whatever you fancy – I always get every option out and then see what I fancy when it’s on my plate! Peanut butter, yoghurt […]

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Courgette & Lentil ‘Veggie-Balls’

Eating and experimenting with vegetarian food in January really did get me excited to come home every day to try something new. So, I’ve continued doing just that since the month ended. Now, no longer do I panic buy dinner in the evening and end up with something unimaginative or bland – instead I’m making […]

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