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Category: Vegan & gluten-free recipes

I tend towards easy, wholesome meals. The kind of food that falls in the centre of the venn diagram marked ‘quick’ ‘healthy’ and ‘tasty AF’.

I also share some recipes that are a little bit more time-consuming to prepare, a little bit higher in calories and just as delish and good-for-you.

Not a treat. Not a cheat.

Just food that you want to make into an event (dinner party food, family barbecue food, I-had-a-shitty-day-at-work-and-now-Imma-take-the-time-to-fix-myself-something-tasty food)

These recipes are good food before they’re gluten-free food.

They are delicious food before they’re plant-based food.

They’re the kind of food that you can just serve up, to everyone, without a fuss.

Get all my vegan & gluten-free recipes right here, or go straight to a category:

Simple Gluten-Free Granola Recipe
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Learn how to make homemade gluten free granola, with this super simple granola recipe So, first post of January! There is something about the start of a new year that is just exciting, isn’t there? Though I’m not one for setting resolutions, exactly. I hate the pressure people put on themselves to overhaul their whole lives in January and, for me, setting high expectations for a million different things that just NEED to change right now is a recipe for tears come February, when I haven’t managed to keep up with my #BrandNewLifestyle. I have started making a few changes

Purple Cabbage Stir Fry with Red Wine and Chestnuts
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This purple cabbage stir fry with red wine and chestnuts makes a delicious, wintery alternative to salad Now, I love a good salad, but there’s a time and a place, no? This purple cabbage stir fry is a great option for when you want something light and healthy, but it’s just too damn cold for a salad, no matter how delicious it is. This bright purple dish always looks pretty served up as a vegetable on the side (it’s somewhat adapted from my Ma’s traditional Christmas red cabbage stir fry), but is just as delicious served as a standalone lunch

Winter Squash and Kale Curry
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Warm up your day, with this fragrant, wintery squash and kale curry This squash and kale curry is perfect for winter: full of warming and comforting flavours of spice and coconut, butternut squash roasted to melt-in-your-mouth perfection, and packing in some green vegetable goodness to (hopefully) help you stave off any winter bugs. So, I did catch a horrible winter bug last week (I don’t think any amount of kale would have kept this one at bay). A little forward planning and preparation (thanks, past me!), have meant that I’ve still managed to get a new recipe up here every

gluten-free-overnight-oats
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Make up this breakfast the night before, for an energy-fuelled and productive morning Ever feel like there just isn’t enough time in the morning? Especially in the winter, when getting up for work feels like you’re rising in the middle of the night, the morning struggle is very much real. All too often I end up grabbing a banana and a cereal bar on my way into work because I didn’t get up early enough to make a proper breakfast – and now, when it is cold and grey and gloomy is when you most need a good breakfast, to

Blackberry and apple jam recipe
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Learn to Make this Beautiful Blackberry and Apple Jam, Straight from the Yorkshire Hedgrows I love this time of year, when the weather gets a bit more sensible, the leaves begin to drop and I can start wearing scarves again. Blackberrying is basically a national sport at this time of year, and my mama spends weeks preserving all the autumn fruit: thick chutneys, fruit infused vodkas, warming crumbles, homemade ciders, and sticky, delicious, toast-ready jams. So, my partner husband and I grabbed a bunch of blackberries from the brambles near our flat, and a handful of apples from the tree

Turmeric Tea
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I’ve been drinking this turmeric tea for years now, it is really warming and refreshing. Turmeric Tea is great for a sore throat or a cold, but I’ve been drinking a few cups of this tea every day. It is so simple to make and tastes delicious – it curbs the mid-afternoon sugar cravings and is just really energising. The four ingredients in this tea each have their own health benefits: Turmeric A colourful root, similar in looks to ginger, turmeric has long been used for both its’ health benefits and its’ colourful attributes. This article from the BBC lists

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