Cereal and milk are good friends. I love cereal and I used to love cow’s milk. Then when I realised that drinking the milk of another animal is a bit…weird (and not necessarily good for you) I decided to give it up. I also stayed away from soy too (read into it and you’ll see […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It’s 6 am. After tip-toing down the stairs, the last thing you want to do is put a blender on and wake the whole house/next door neighbours up, right? If you’re an early riser, and don’t want to make a noisy breakfast, try this – It is quick to make and you can prepare it […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
Vanilla Cashew Custard. 1/2 cup cashews. 1 vanilla pod, scraped. 1 tbsp irish moss (optional) 2 tbsp agave, honey or maple syrup. pinch salt. water to blend to desired consistency. Starting with 1/4 cup water, blend everything together until smooth. Gradually keep adding more water until you are happy with the consistency. I like […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Chocolate Orange Hearts 1 cup cacao butter. 2 tbsp coconut oil 1 cup cacao powder 1/4 cup agave nectar (or honey or maple syrup) 1 tsp vanilla extract pinch of salt. Several drops of orange oil Who needs that bloke called Terry when you’ve got these little beauties?.. Grate the cacao butter either in a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This slice of heaven was made on christmas day, but can be devoured at any time of the year. There are three parts to this desert; the Raw Chocolate Truffle Pie, the Chocolate Orange Heart, and the Vanilla Cashew Custard, all of which can be enjoyed separately (and you can find the recipes for each of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Do you think all raw food takes a lot of time and preparation?… Well, allow me to change your mind with this super tasty, super speedy culinary delight! I was running around like a headless chicken (for want of a better phrase on a raw vegan food blog) and still managed to whip […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I wanted to kick start the year off with a delectable raw dish. Then I looked in my cupboards and saw… not a lot. And it was bank holiday so all the shops were closed. Grrr. It was one of those moment’s where you just go “Oh sod it!” and maybe reach for the roasted cashew nuts […]Continue Reading... No Comments.