* This recipe was originally posted in February 2016. The page was updated in February 2021.
Know any peanut butter lovers?
If so, I have the perfect treat you can gift them on Valentine’s Day… huge chocolate peanut butter hearts!
These treats are so simple to make but definitely have the ‘wow’ factor. They’re giant in size so perfect for sharing with your loved ones ♥
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If you’re a mushroom lover (like me) then you are going to love today’s recipe. It’s a delicious Cream of Mushroom Soup that’s really cheap and easy to make. You’ll never want to reach for a canned mushroom soup again! This soup is thick and creamy, yet it is 100% plant-based and low fat. It doesn’t even contain any plant-based creams! Instead, it’s made with simple, pantry ingredients. Head below to check out the recipe.
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Today I’m sharing a delicious miso soup that has quickly become my new favourite ‘working from home’ lunch. It takes just 10 minutes to prepare and is so warming and filling. It also happens to be packed full of nutritional goodness. This is one of those meals that makes me feel really energised… like I’m ‘zinging’ on the inside! It’s been a big hit with the family too. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
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Thinly sliced and pan-fried in olive oil, Brussels sprouts take on a delicious nutty flavour and crisp texture, that is so far removed from the texture and flavour of boiled or steamed sprouts! If you know any Brussels sprout haters, encourage them to give this recipe a try. It might just win them over!
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Today I’m sharing some delicious home-made vegan truffles that are really easy and quick to prepare. With a fudgy centre speckled with shiny red cranberries and a dark chocolate coating, these truffles are the perfect treat for the festive season. They also happen to be packed full of nutrient-rich ‘feel-good’ ingredients, making them one festive treat that you definitely won’t regret indulging in!
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Today I’m delighted to be sharing the recipe for one of my favourite childhood treats – Old Fashioned English Bread Pudding. Its name certainly doesn’t do it justice though, as it tastes nothing like bread nor would I describe it as a pudding! Instead, it is more like a sweet, dense fruit cake. It is delicious served with a hot cuppa, and also makes a fantastic energy-boosting snack to stash in your backpacks for hikes and bike rides. I think this year, all of us have been spending a lot more time outdoors and we definitely need some tasty snacks to keep us fuelled and put a spring in our step. This bread pudding definitely fits that bill!
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