Lentil Dhal is probably one of my favourite hearty meals to throw together for dinner, especially because it can all be made in one pot, in less than 30 minutes. One pot meals are all the hype lately and I can definitely see why- it's so much easier to put together a meal when you're… Continue reading One Pot Meals | Vegan | Lentil Dhal, Dal, Dahl, or Daal- what will it be?
Banana bread is one of my favourite sweet treats to bake. It's healthy, nutritious, and only uses up ingredients that I've already got lying around the house. Don't get me wrong, sometimes It's nice baking something more elaborate and going out to buy the ingredients for it, but for the most part, I love knowing… Continue reading Vegan Choc Chip Banana Bread |GF |NRS| Oil Free
I was sat around in my flat on Tuesday night trying to figure out what I wanted to have for dinner, I wasn't sure what I was craving, but I knew I wanted it to be flavour packed. The perfect meal wasn't something home cooked, but I also wasn't craving a take away- it was… Continue reading Vegan BBQ Kebabs and homemade tzatziki
Every time I go to a restaurant, I have an overwhelming tendency to want to order everything on the menu that sounds appealing to me. I wish I could just order a side portion of everything that looks delicious so I don’t end up ordering 4 main courses and struggle to even finish half of… Continue reading Tiffin Tin Flavour Bombs: Mowgli Street Food Review
With more restaurants jumping on the #veganuary bandwagon this year than ever before, Bill's new vegan options hit it out the park. The menu exceeded my expectations and I loved the wide range of food offered. They managed to please the faux meat lovers with their 'vegan duck' starter and 'burger' main, but also accommodated vegans who… Continue reading What the duck? Veganuary at Bill’s Restaurants
Rice, beans, an abundance of spices, and perfectly caramelised plantain- what’s not to love about Caribbean food? Cocktails! Why did I not mention them first? The first time I went to Turtle Bay was at the Exeter branch after my last University exam, for some celebratory 2for1 cocktails. I was so impressed with how they… Continue reading Caribbean Cuisine Craze at Turtle Bay
Marble Kitchen's doughnuts stole my heart the moment I saw them, from the appearance of the doughnuts, to their fluffy texture and delicious flavour, down to the branding of the business. I first came across these beautifully decorated doughnuts on social media: facebook / instagram on the run up to Exeter's June vegan market. From… Continue reading Doughnuts too gorgeous to eat? Marble Kitchen’s delights!
What better way to end Monday night, than with batch baking some delicious choc chip oat cookies? I love the texture of these oat cookies and how they’re crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside and ooze with melted chocolate at each bite. I always have an abundance of oats and bananas in my… Continue reading Choc Chip Oat cookies (Quick, Easy, Healthy)
Brace yourselves for deliciously seasoned and perfectly coated seitan from 'How On Earth,' who are a family run vegan food business in Devon. Their home made seitan chunks could be said to resemble what is traditionally known as Southern Fried Chicken, or what you'd pull out of a commonly known KFC bucket. 'How On Earth's'… Continue reading How On Earth Vegan Seitan
With the expansion of veganism into the mainstream world, it’s not uncommon to indulge in a hummus and falafel wrap when dining out. We’ve become so spoilt with Mediterranean cuisine that it’s often difficult for falafels to really stand out, making it all the more enjoyable when discovering the perfect falafel. Comptoir Libanais definitely hits… Continue reading Comptoir Libanais Vegan Menu