This chocolate and coffee avocado chia pudding makes for a delicious, creamy and indulgent breakfast, which is super healthy. Packed with protein, fibre, healthy fats, and omega 3s, chia pudding is the perfect way to start your day with a boost.
Vegan Meal Prep
Meal prep is a complete saviour when you have a busy lifestyle; be it work, studies, kids, or a combination of them all! I like to prep breakfast, lunch and snacks ahead of time, so I don’t need to worry about finding something to eat during the day. Meal prep keeps me healthy and well fueled, and stops me from reaching out for convenience food whilst out and about. I hope these meal prep recipes will help you too!
This simple and delicious tofu pasta salad is made with wholesome wholewheat pasta, delicious crunchy summer veg, pesto crusted tofu, and a creamy vegan Italian style dressing. It’s an easy, healthy dish for meal prep, or a summer BBQ side.
This baby corn salad is bursting with summery Asian flavours, with griddled baby corn, cabbage, carrots, sugar snaps, and cilantro. They’re all tossed in a delicious dressing and garnished with toasted cashews and green onions just before serving. It’s the perfect light salad for a summer lunch or side dish to share.
We know that porridge is a healthy way to start the day, but have you ever tried boosting your porridge with chia seeds? This chia seed porridge is warm and comforting, with seasonal apricots and nutty almond butter.
Vegan date flapjacks are soft, sweet and chewy, with a subtle nutty tahini flavour. They’re a great healthy snack option, and contain no added sugar or dairy. Enjoy them as an afternoon treat, or as an on-the-go snack.
Roasted butter beans are a delicious and healthy alternative to convenient fried crunchy snacks. With just 3 super simple ingredients, it’s easy to whip up a batch for wholesome snacking all week long.
This chocolate hazelnut oatmeal is a delicious and comforting vegan breakfast. Ready in just 15 minutes, it’s quick and easy to prepare, and can even be made ahead as overnight oats for busy mornings.
These vegan chocolate oatmeal cookies are a rich and chocolatey treat. Based on oats and peanut butter, they’re a naturally sweetened, healthy alternative to sugary store bought cookies. Better yet, they’re super easy to make, gluten free, and are ready in just 15 minutes!
This vegan pilaf is fragrant and packed with goodness from brown rice, sweet potato, chickpeas and walnuts. It has a light and fluffy texture which is deliciously moreish. It’s super easy to make, and is perfect for meal prep.