Recipe – Deconstructed Sushi

One of the hardest things I found when going vegan was tackling the burden of making a gluten-free and vegan lunch, particularly if I was going to work or school. Having left overs for lunch is always a great option but when there is no left overs and you’ve got no time to spare, I always fall back on this deconstructed sushi recipe. You can whip it up in no time and it tastes AMAZING! 

Its simple, fresh, clean and DELICIOUS

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Recipe – Rainbow Bowl of Goodness

There’s nothing better when you eat a meal and feel fully satisfied and light. This rainbow bowl, although packed with a lot of food, does just that. 

A rainbow bowl can be as complex or simplistic as you like and it doesn’t have to take long to make either. It gives you the freedom to put whatever you feel like eating into it and can help you empty out the left over veggies in the fridge. 

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My Go To Groovy Breakfast Smoothies

There is nothing more appetising than a filling and fresh smoothie for breakfast. They are so easy to make vegan and gluten free and I’d like to think I personally also make the best ones – maybe. They are so versatile and combinations of flavours is endless. You can make a regular smoothie, a smoothie bowl or even turn it into a nicecream (vegan icecream – it is the bomb.com)

If you want some new ideas, check out a few of my favourite flavours I’ve compiled below.

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Recipe – Cacao and Peppermint Bliss Balls

When you’re after something sweet but don’t want to regret it later on, these bliss balls are perfect! They are super simple to make and everyone will love them! 

I make these in the Thermomix but any food processor will do! The crumb itself takes no more than 5 minutes to make! You can’t go wrong! 

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Recipe – Chickpea, Potato and Spinach Curry

This is one of the first meals I made after turning vegan. It’s rich in protein and iron and super hearty. One of the things I really missed, after I was educated on the use of animal products, was a good Indian curry and I honestly wasn’t sure if I could replicate one to my standard. But here it is…

This curry is:

  • warm
  • delicious
  • nourishing
  • and just damn good

 

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vegetable goodness

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Recipe – Cauliflower and Coconut Red Curry

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BEHOLD THE CURRY

This is probably one of my favourite go to recipes when I’m not sure what to cook. It’s simple and takes me 20-25 minutes to make. It is perfect for left overs and freezes well. I love a good curry and this one is reliable at giving me a fix when I crave it. My sister loves it (she’s super fussy – not really) and hopefully you will too!

This recipe is said to serve 4 but DEFINITELY is not a generous serving size. I will usually make this just for myself and be able to get 2 meals for left overs out of it, maybe three if I’m lucky. 

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