This fresh protein-filled pomelo salad is not just delicious, it’s really pretty too! Tofu makes it filling, while the nuts give it some good crunch. Try it on warm summer days and use cold fruits for best taste. Serves 6 | 45 mins Ingredients 1 pomelo 1 pink grapefruit 1
While healthy meals can sometimes feel like a drag, a few tricks can ensure that you are always prepared to serve the most delicious, filling and nourishing meals available anywhere! One of those would be to always have roasting veggies in your fridge – or if you can grow them
You know the saying by the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates, ‘Let food be thy medicine’? We are pretty sure he was talking about this turmeric latte – or at the very least, something very similar. Turmeric is one of many potent spices treasured by Ayurvedic doctors, and for a good reason. Being
This all-time favourite shortbread dessert used to be only for very special occasions, and had a reputation for ruining many a well-intended diet with its high sugar levels. Now, however, you can enjoy it with quite a bit less guilt, as the caramel is made with dates and coconut oil.
Even the most health-conscious individuals have those special treats that they adore – regardless of the fact that they’re not so good for you as broccoli and kale happen to be. For me, that’s dark chocolate (and ice cream, but I’m working on that one) and if I can get
This delicious aubergine and pomegranate salad is both crunchy and fresh, creamy and sweet – not to mention the perfect addition to any festive season feast! It will fill up your guests without being too heavy, and you can rely on its ability to wow every time. Serves 2 |
This wholesome, more-ish recipe is not only a great contender for a feast with friends and family during the festive season, it’s also vegan and absolutely delicious! Cavolo nero and the different mushrooms give it great texture and taste. Serves 4 | 1 hour Ingredients 2 tbsp olive oil, plus
These stuffed peppers are a classic go-to evening supper – for many people, and for good reason. Before I went vegan I used to dress my peppers with lashings of dairy cheese, but I have to say this take is much yummier (and you can can still add vegan cheese
When it comes to plant-based eating, you never need to sacrifice taste and deliciousness for nutrients – it’s very easy to have your cake and eat it in this regard! All you need to know is how to play with your flavours and which ones work best with which textures.
Ramen with a kick! If you’re not a fan of spice, you can leave out the chilli. This reminds me a bit of one of my favorite recipes from my last book, the tofu noodle soup, as it is so comforting and crammed full of punchy flavors. Serves 2 |