Tofu Breakfast Scramble Recipe (Vegan)

For many people, tofu can seem like a daunting ingredient, and it’s an unfairly misaligned source of protein – mostly because it seems very tasteless on it’s own, or if not cooked in the right way. So, for Veganuary I’m sharing one of my all time favourite tofu breakfast recipes – or indeed dinners –…

Vegan Christmas Cake Recipe – Ethical Advent Day 5

Today I am sharing a real treat, and one I hope will serve you well, whether or not you like Christmas Cake! I’d like to introduce you to my good friend and blogger, Emilia, who shares the most delicious vegan foods and recipes on her website, Emi’s Good Eating. Emilia has very kindly allowed me…

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Autumn Poached “Caramelised” Pears Recipe

As the weather gets colder every day – or so it seems right now – I’m getting really into Autumn and embracing the seasonal changes. Batch cooking stews and soups, and making warming, comforting desserts. It’s all about the desserts! This month, I’ve gone for a tasty twist on a beautiful classic – poached pears….

Pumpkins Go Bananas Halloween Freak Shake Recipe

I’ve got another delicious tea infused recipe for you, and this one’s a little spooky. A delicious vegan freak shake, complete with tasty pumpkin – a little reminder to use that pumpkin flesh instead of throwing it away. Unlike our American friends across the pond, only a third of people who buy pumpkins in the…

A Warm Rice Pudding Hug – Tea Infused Recipe

As Autumn creeps up on us, it’s the season for hot chocolates, turmeric lattes and comforting puddings. Rice pudding is a classic favourite in our household, which stems from warm childhood memories of our mother’s creating the dessert. A simple yet warming dish. Traditionally, spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg are used, and I’ve added…

Orange Sunburst Ice Pops

The weather has been most delightful, and it’s the perfect excuse for a refreshing ice pop. I love homemade ones, as you can really control exactly what goes into them, especially in terms of sugar content. And I’ve put together a lovely blend of fruit juices and herbal tea, with a lovely health kick of…

Tea Recipe… Hemingway Mojito Mocktail

Welcome to my monthly tea recipe feature! As the sun’s been shining brightly on us all, I’ve been feeling the cold brew bug, and this delicious recipe with one of Leaves of the World’s brand new summer teas, is the perfect way to relax on a hot sunny day. With the Bank Holiday weekend almost…

Elderflower Matcha Mocktail Recipe

After all of the snow and the bitter coldness of the last few weeks, signs of Spring are popping up all around. And I don’t know about you, but it’s made me start thinking of cooling, refreshing drinks, and long evenings socialising with friends and family. For those of us who don’t drink, or who…