Buckwheat is an excellent substitute in porridge for those who can’t have oats. Whilst the consistency is different, when cooked with a combination of comforting spices and chia seeds it is transformed into a delicious warming gluten free dish.
If you’re feeling like a refreshing green juice this could be the one for you. Packed with greens and sufficient sweetness its a winner for those days when you want to feel a balance of sweet and savoury in your diet.
Cupcakes are a winner, especially when they are iced. This icing is made with “icing sugar” derived from the stevia plant. So you won’t feel guilty about eating the icing off these berry delightful cupcakes.
Love a Thai curry? Give this one a try! If you’ve been wanting to experiment with making your own paste or you’ve got a vegetarian feast to cook for, this yellow curry is rich in flavour with a bit of a chilli kick. It also freezes well as meal prep.
A warming vegan stew with turmeric and cinnamon spiced sweet potato mash. Perfect in colder months when you’re craving comfort food but still want a hit of vegetables. Use whatever vege you have, as most will work well in this dish.
Porridge is one of my favourite breakfasts in winter. It’s filling and warm like a hug in a bowl… almost. If you’re on oat lover, give this spiced vanilla porridge a whirl. Its guaranteed to hit the spot on a chilly winters morning.