Recipes and Tips
A quick, simple and nutritious breakfast recipe which only takes 5 minutes to make. Omelettes are great because you can fill them with whatever you want - spinach, courgettes, peppers or any vegetable you have in your fridge!Super quick, simple and healthy breakfast. Avocados are high in essential nutrients like B6, Vitamin C and Omega-3 which makes this a filling and nutritious way to start your day.A full English Breakfast is a staple in my household on a Sunday morning. This vegan take has all the flavours that we know and love from a traditional fry-up. The only real difference is using scrambled tofu as an alternative to scrambled eggs, but by adding seasoning and spices you can barely taste the difference!This recipe is perfect for when you are craving a savoury and filling breakfast. Quesadillas are very versatile and you can customise them depending on what you like - veggies, tofu, vegan sausage, beans, salsa, guacamole! The options are endless and will keep you feeling full all morning.
For a tasty, healthy and filling vegan breakfast, burritos are the way to go! They are super easy to veganise and don't take too long to make either. Chickpeas are a great source of iron, calcium, fibre and protein so this meal is a great way to start you day!
French toast makes for the perfect brunch. By substituting eggs with chia seeds, this is a healthy and natural recipe but still gives you the flavours and textures of traditional French toast.
Pick and choose your favourite fruit for the toppings - a great way to start your Saturday or Sunday mornings!Tacos are one of the easiest meals to veganise. Most tortillas are already dairy free, and you can put literally anything you like in them! I really enjoy getting creative with fillings, and they don't take loads of effort to make. You could have these tacos for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and th...Mushrooms are high in loads of important B vitamins such as riboflavin (B2), folate (B9) and niacin (B3), which help the body get energy from food and form red blood cells. They're high in antioxidants - notably Selenium, which boosts the immune system! This recipe is super quick and simple but ...