Chocolate and bread is delicious, but chocolate zucchini bread?
It’s mulberry season, which means purple hands and berry stained lips.
Kale Chips for the win!
Kale chips might sound like a boring version of the chips (or crisps, depending on where you are in the world) that you are used to, but they’re far from it.
The kids will love these Rainbow Easter cookies!
If you can combine cookies, bright colours, and Easter all into one recipe then I think you’re on to a winner. So we did just that. These vegan Easter cookies are quick, easy and will be loved by all.
A raw take on an Easter classic
Easter is fast approaching, so we decided to take an Easter favourite and make it raw vegan. Raw hot cross buns are easy to make, delicious (obviously) and a fun take on this classic Easter food. Although chocolate is a big part of Easter, the hot cross bun is a strong contender for the most sought after Easter treat. I mean they are in every bakery and supermarket for weeks, even months before Easter.
Vegan Cheese that tastes amazing!
Cream cheese is up there with the most popular of spreads. Especially if you’re reaching for a bagel. So we decided to make a vegan cream cheese to top some home made bagels that were fresh out of the oven.
Quick, Easy and delicious!
Bliss balls are a classic go to snack. They’re at almost every cafe or market stall and you can have just about any flavour you want. So how about mocha bliss balls? Everyone loves chocolate, but then again not everyone loves coffee. Weird right? Well Todd’s one of those people.
What to do with over ripe bananas?
It’s not very often that we have spare bananas in our house, but if we do, and they’re super ripe, there’s only one thing to do with them.
That’s right, banana bread. Vegan gluten free banana bread to be precise.
Raw Wraps are a favourite of ours!
We often have epic salads or at least incorporate a large amount of greens and fresh colour into our dinners, but sometimes you want a bit more texture or something a little different.