These homemade baked beans are great on gluten-free toast but they’re also great without, with some avocado and hasselback potatoes if you’re looking for a less processed option.
These bliss balls are contributing to my newfound happiness. They were an 11th hour effort before a few friends came over for a BBQ, and they were perfect from the get-go.
I’ve been working on some new recipes that I can’t wait to share with you. But more on that later, here’s a couple of things that have been entertaining my mind recently.
Not only are these miso green beans incredibly tasty, they’re also incredibly easy. I’m talking 10-minute meal territory. I serve this up for lunch, but it’s also perfect as a side alongside your protein of choice.
It’s time for me to share my recipe for vegan chocolate fudge with you. This one happened when I had run out of cacao butter to make vegan chocolate and had to improvise. It quickly turned into a favourite.
Pasta bake cake was my attempt at turning a simple bowl of pasta marinara into something a little more exciting. It needed a cheesy element, but trying not to overdo the soy, I pulled out my trusted recipe for cashew cheese – a recipe I first made about six years ago and tastes like a hybrid of runny cheese and what I imagine queso dip to taste like.
You can add vegetables like spinach or kale to the pasta before you bake it, and you can make your own marinara sauce.
After a visit to Higher Ground in Melbourne, I needed to recreate some of the flavours I enjoyed atop some savoury breakfast waffles. Hello carbs, hello happiness!
I thought I’d start a little series of my favourite things to show you what’s inspiring me, and what I’m enjoying. This is still very much a food blog, but since I can’t commit to posting a new recipe weekly, I’ll be sharing some other parts of my food journey.
I’ve been finessing this recipe for a while. I’ve had it for lunch, eaten it as leftovers and served it up to guests at a dinner party, and it went down a treat every time. It is the only way to eat eggplant.
Tuna is another one of those foods that can make life easier. Adding it to a salad makes the salad worth eating and ups the ante on your protein intake (because a life without protein is a very sad one indeed).
This fishless tuna (funa) is really simple to make and tastes like canned tuna in brine. A lot of people like to make vegan tuna out of sunflower seeds or chickpeas, but I get the best result using a combination of the two.