Crispy and delicous. Its easy to make your own pizzas from scratch. With a little early prep to make the dough
A dairy-free alternative to a classic British recipe. At home, we usually use pork sausages, when we cannot get hold of decent quality toads.
Pick your flowers on a Sunny day, if possible. Dandelions close up at night, so you’ll want to pick them as early as possible.
Best served spread on toast or with bananas on pancakes.
No one will ever notice the lack of dairy in this cake. You can use any kind of jam for the filling, raspberry is most traditional, but blackberry whiskey jam is fantastic!
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 traditional Italian pasta dish. As my wife has a dairy alergy I made this with soy cream and vegan cheese.
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.
This is super rich and indulgent. Perfect on a cold winters night.
Simple, yet satisfying. These macaroons are really tasty and can be made in just a few minutes. Great for making with kids. Ingredients: 2 free range eggs 200g desiccated coconut 160g caster sugar 150g Dark chocolate (optional) Method: Beat the eggs in a bowl. Add the coconut and the sugar and stir well. Spoon the…
Inspired by a German apple cake
I grew up eating this, when I could get some. Its really popular in our house, even now.