Recipes and Tips
Tofu may be one of the most stereotypical vegan foods but for good reason! It’s high in protein, easy to prepare, and a great replacement for meat. Tofu also has a very low carbon footprint and is extremely versatile - here are our Top 5 Tofu Marinades!
I love taco night! Tacos are such a versatile and fun option if you have friends over since everyone can get involved in assembling their own. This vegan recipe is quick, healthy and full of great nutrients from the beans and the fresh vegetables.
You can prep everything in advance and keep it in the fridge so you've got tasty meals throughout the week!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!Avocado and kale are great sources of calcium, Vitamin C, B6 and Omega 3. This savoury vegan breakfast is packed full of healthy and nutritious greens that will keep you feeling full until lunchtime.A stir-fry is perfect for an easy, quick and simple dinner. We find noodles work with almost anything - add all of your favourite vegetables or tofu for extra protein. Either way, stir-fries make for healthy and nutritious meals.We all know we should eat our greens, and soups are a great way to get in a variety of nutrients - as well as being warming and comforting. Broccoli contains 70% of the RDI of Vitamin C and courgette is high in Vitamin A, which both promote a healthy immune system.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...These GF Banana Oat pancakes are super tasty, healthier than regular pancakes and can be made in one bowl!