Crispy and delicous. Its easy to make your own pizzas from scratch. With a little early prep to make the dough
This is a fantastic little recipe, that we can’t stop making in our house. Serve with Couscous, rocket and cherry tomatoes.
I made these for my wife, who has a dairy allergy, as an Easter treat.
Its a fantastic combo, between rich dark chocolate, crunchy biscuit and nuts, with squishy marshmallows and tangy cranberries.
Ingredients: 500g strong bread flour 10g salt 80g caster sugar 20g bread yeast 50g Olive oil 300ml warm soy milk 100g dark orange chocolate Method: Mix the flour, sugar and salt together in a large bowl. Add the yeast and the olive oil. Slowly add a little milk at a time, while mixing together with…
A tasty vegan alternative to a classic pasta dish.
I made these whilst making some sausages, so the recipe will also work for that, if you have a sausage maker.
Serve with potatoes or with a salad.
A British classic – tea and crumpets. These are easy to make and have more flavour than shop bought crumpets.
These are one of my favorites, they are softer and more cake like than normal gingerbread, and have lots more flavour.
These dairy and egg free puddings are an essential for any roast.
Much quicker and easier to make than mince pies, and without the need for the long maturing time of a Christmas cake.
A great dairy-free variation of the classic gingerbread, perfect for Christmas. Once made the dough can be frozen for cooking at a later date.
A tasty summer crumble made with fresh gooseberries from the garden.
Packed full of seeds and banana, these must be healthy, right?
Lightly spiced and fruity, this cake is delicious and another great way of using up this years courgette glut. I’m sure it still counts toward my 5-a-day, right?
Don’t tell the kids about the courgette, they’ll never know that you are sneaking in some healthy veg!
Milk and egg free pancakes? Swapping milk is straight forward enough, but what about egg?