Dinners All recipes on this page are dairy free, egg free, vegan Many are gluten free, or have gluten free options Sweet Potato Chickpea Curry Pulled Jackfruit BBQ Sandwiches Smoky Yellow Split Pea Soup Roasted Butternut Squash and Red Pepper Risotto Seared Polenta Stir Fry Noodles in a Tangy Peanut Sauce Family-Friendly Vegan Ranchero Creamy Coconut Dhal with Butternut Squash Chinese ‘Egg Fried’ Noodles Lightly Spiced Thai Vegetable Curry Summer Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce One Pot Masala Dal 15 Minute Ratatouille Kid-Approved Broccoli Basil Broth with Noodles Wild Mushroom Risotto Rainbow Veggie Chilli Japanese Okayama Vegetable Curry Quick and Easy Macaroni ‘Cheese’ Veggie Pasties Mexican Black Bean Rice with Spicy Sausage Mexican Black Bean Soup Black Eye Bean Burger Mediterranean Deep Crust Pizza Curried Vegetable Pasties Butternut Squash & Apricot Tagine Royal Quinoa Vegan Sushi Rolls Mezze Platter (with Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus, Confetti Salad & Baba Ganoush) Sweet Potato, Red Lentil and Coconut Curry Chestnut and Mushroom Bourguignon Pie Indian-Spiced Cauliflower Soup with Onion Bhaji Sprinkles Sweet Potatoes in a Cayenne, Ginger & Peanut Sauce Quinoa Winter Bowl with Roasted Vegetables, Cranberries & Balsamic Glaze Sweet ‘n’ Sour Stir Fry with Noodles Chestnut, Mushroom & Lentil Jalousie Chestnut Pate en Croute Jacket Sweet Potato with Dhal and Pomegranate Nut Kofta Kebabs Fruit & Nut Pullao Rice Roasted Tenderstem, Red Pepper & Sun-Dried Tomate Quiche Roasted Summer Vegetable Pasta Dish with Mojo Sauce Chive, Onion and Sun-Dried Tomato Frittata Spanish Veggie Paella Braised Aubergine (Eggplant) & Pan-Fried Tofu with Udon Noodles Cosy Mushroom Minestrone Chickpea Nuggets with Home-Made Chunky Tomato Sauce Tagliatelle con Verdure Wagamama-Inspired Yasai Cha Han Donburi Creamy Butternut Squash Soup with Maple-Glazed Chickpeas SaveSave Share this… Pinterest Facebook Twitter Email Whatsapp
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Joni sent me your link. It looks great ! Well done. Funnily enough I have been on a similar path since my diagnosis except I have taken it one step further because I eat low carb as well (dont want to feed those pesky tumour cells !) which includes no fruit or very little, no starchy veg etc, no rice or flour . My diet is based on good fats, nuts, organic produce, occasional organic chicken or fish, protein based subsitutes, goats milk or organic soya, tempeh etc. Its the result of two years of research on my part and intelligence gained from the contacts I have made internationally.
Anyway I am very impressed with your work and wish you all the very best. If you have low carb recipes for me please send them my way 🙂
All the best
So lovely to hear from you Jackie! And thank you so much for your kind comments. I’m really sorry to hear about your diagnosis, but it sounds like you’re taking control & fighting back. I wish you all the best ♥
Do you still work in Trowbridge? If so, I’d love to come across one day & meet up for lunch. It would be so good to catch up!
Re. low carb recipes – my faves would have to be the cashew ‘cheesecakes’ (there’s a few recipes in my Desserts section). They’re scrumptious & way nicer than the dairy ones 😉