This vegan cookie dough smoothie is everything you want it to be – sweet, creamy and totally healthy!
Packed with veggies and smothered in a delicious vegan teriyaki sauce, this loaded donburi bowl is your weekday dinner, sorted.
Looking to boost your energy throughout the day? Take a look at these seven completely healthy energy-boosting foods.
This gorgeous chocolate orange almond butter from Pip & Nut tastes amazing spread on toast, in porridge or rolled into energy balls.
This vegan blackberry pavlova recipe by M&S is an amazing cruelty-free alternative to the delicious classic dessert.
If you love pancakes, and also happen to love peanut butter…
Then you’ll LOVE love this recipe for easy-peasy, healthy, vegan, peanut butter pancakes.
Yup, you read correctly. This is a recipe for a McDonalds-inspired McTofu burger…and it’s totally vegan.
This homemade pot noodle recipe will satisfy all cravings for the processed snack, with 100 times the nutrients and none of the nasties!
As well as being vegan and gluten-free, this risotto is a nutritional powerhouse that would be lovely to share with friends on a warm summer’s evening.
Christmas doesn’t have to mean sacrificing your health or well-being! Here are 13 healthy vegan festive recipes that should definitely be on your menu this year.
Potatoes form quite a big part of my diet and I eat them at least a couple of times a week, if not more. I’m so excited to actually share how I make these awesome oil-free baked fries with you all!
This smoothie is my ultimate go-to breakfast, every time. It’ll deliver a powerful pack of nutrients and energise you better than your regular cup of coffee. And now, I’m passing it on to you guys.
There have been many questions about Unilever’s vegan Ben & Jerry’s lately, asking whether it is ‘truly vegan’ to support such an unethical brand. Here are my thoughts.
Don’t you just love it when breakfast turns into dessert?? This recipe for Cherry Bakewell porridge is the perfect excuse to whip out the saucepan in the morning.
I just absolutely love homemade baked beans. These ones are perfectly suited to a camping breakfast or a lazy Sunday brunch relaxing in bed.
I’m not typically a big eater of ready-made store bought snacks. But after reading up on these guys and seeing the good things they’re doing for the snacking market, I took a chance. And I’m so glad I did!
Oh, how I love it when I get to add a new raw chocolate brand to my (ever growing) list of indulgences. And how I also love it when I get to take pictures and tell you guys about them!
This raw vegan mayonnaise is an awesome condiment to have in the house. I love it with some oil-free baked fries; on salad with corn; on a huge vegan sandwich or mixed into chickpea ‘tuna’ pasta!
This recipe is one I created for the good people at Coconut Bowls. If you’re a fan of eating things out of bowls, then this is a great way of getting plenty of raw, fresh goodness first thing in a morning.
Studies show that there are definite benefits to incorporating more raw foods into our diets (approximately 50%). Here are some ways you can incorporate more raw foods into YOUR diet…without much effort or extra thinking at all.
This salad dressing is one of several I have in my regular rotation at the moment. It’s creamy, low-fat, and has a wonderful tanginess from the ginger and lime.
So many people ask me what can I eat as vegan, and how to eat healthier in general. So I decided to create this post as a go-to resource to show everything that I (generally) keep in my cupboards, on a regular basis.
This sushi bowl will give you all the flavours and textures of good ol’ classic sushi, WITHOUT any of the awkward rolling or fiddling.
This recipe that Im about to share with you may just change your life. Because since I created it, it has quite possibly changed mine.
After about four months of my boyfriend being vegetarian, I thought it would be pretty fun to do a post explaining what this vegan and vegetarian buy and eat in a week.
Imagine how thrilled I was when the guys at Bounce told me they were releasing FIVE new vegan flavours to their range…and that they would like me to be one of the lucky bloggers that got to review them.
The black latte has been doing the rounds for some time now. However, If you can’t find it at a cafe near you, make your own version at home!
Seriously, who doesn’t like cookie-dough ice cream? Whether you’re a die-hard Ben & Jerry’s addict or just love the idea of making your regular banana ice cream more exciting, this one’s for you.
With just a few small tweaks of the original, this vegan Caesar salad is a darn good alternative that carries all the flavours, but is much more nutritious, and nourishes your body from the inside out.
Date puree is a great thing to have around because it turns our good friend dates into an instantly usable and versatile sweetening ingredient.
I think what makes me love these burritos so much is the complete whammy – the combination of the black bean mix, the salsa, sour cream and guacamole can sate my craving for a Tortilla any day.
A few weeks ago, the guys at PandaVita very kindly sent me a pouch of their beautiful baobab powder to review. I’ve thrown my honest thoughts into a blog post – along with a delicious ice cream recipe you can use to eat it up!
This month I’ve been digging deep into the very first issue of Cook Vegan – the brand new sister magazine to Vegan Life. Check out these three healthy, wholesome weekday meals.
I’m here to share one of my favourite chocolate brands with ya’ll. Because, you know, we can never have too much chocolate in our lives, right?
Oats are such a humble ingredient that I believe are very often overlooked – and yet they are one of the most easy, nutritious, cheap satisfying foods you could eat.
Choosing between classic chocolate chip and cinnamon is sometimes just too hard. Sometimes you just gotta have both, ya know?
If there’s one life change I am pretty familiar with, it’s choosing to eat healthier. So I decided to put together this list of tips and tricks, to show how you can stay healthy in 2017.
Merry Christmas everyone! I sincerely hope every one of you had an amazing day. Here are some of the gorgeous things I ate, showing that you CAN sate every craving on a vegan diet!
If there’s one kitchen staple I’ve been a little obsessed with lately, it’s apple puree. I always strive to have a jarful in my fridge at all times and now, you can too!
I’m happy to share two of my favourite Christmas recipes from this month’s issue of Vegan Life magazine! Check them out, plus some of my fave highlights from the issue.
Soft, fudgey, low-fat and nutritious…could these chocolate muffins BE any more perfect? Check out the recipe here.
I absolutely love good homemade tonic – the kind that doesn’t take long to make, uses incredibly simple ingredients and yet packs a whole load of nutritional and body benefits.
These double choc-chip cookies are vegan, gluten-free, healthy and…dare I say, oh so chocolatey? Check out the super simple recipe here!
The humble chia seed is a nutritional powerhouse, packing more punch than their size gives them credit for. Here are some of their awesome benefits and how you can use them in your cooking.
Nothing gets me out of bed like a tasty and energising breakfast to look forward to! Here are some of my favourite healthy vegan breakfast options.
Pancakes are probably one of my favourite foods. And I’m so pleased to say that I can finally provide you with my never-fail, go-to recipe for PLANT-BASED PANCAKES.
What to take with you when camping as a vegan? Check out my list of go-to vegan staples which will keep you happy, healthy and energised whilst camping.
Dates are a wonderful addition to your daily diet and bring a whole host of health benefits. Here are just some of their awesome uses.
Ombar have played a key role in my journey towards vegan chocolate love. Find out how these little bars of goodness are providing “chocolate enlightenment” for all.