Mango and Coconut Banana Bread

Banana bread is just one of those cakes if you learn how to make it completely changes your life. The simplicity of ingredients makes it the most convenient of recipes around and the perfect thing to whip up if you have spotty bananas that are crying out to be eaten (yes, the brown ones are... Continue Reading →

Coconut Lemon and Chia Cookies

These cookies are a lemon drizzle cake but on speed. I can’t put into words just how satisfyingly soft, zesty and sweet these are, no matter what I say, I will still fail to do these Coconut Chia and Lemon cookies their deserved justice. If you are looking to spring clean your recipes and make... Continue Reading →

New York-style (tofu) Baked Cheesecake

Cheesecake reminds me of everything good in my childhood: baking with my nana, family dinners, Christmas parties and sticking my fingers into the mixing bowl. To me, cheesecakes will always be the ultimate dessert, with its creamy texture, subtle vanilla, and a melt in the mouth base, and so the only thing that can make... Continue Reading →

Thumbprint Summer Fruit Buns

If like me, you have eaten your body weight in hot cross buns this Easter, and can’t bear to look at the devils, then I have the thing just for you (and for your family if you are willing to share). These buns are a combination of a simple 5 ingredient sweet yeasted dough and... Continue Reading →

Spelt Carrot Cake Muffins (vegan)

Vegetables in sweet treats can be controversial, but you can’t disagree that carrot cake is close to being heavenly. I have incorporated veggies into some other treats before like my Peanut Butter Chickpea Blondies, but there's nothing like going back to a cosy classic. Carrot cake is the most loved tea time cake for its... Continue Reading →

Creamy Avocado Pasta with Roasted Beetroot

  From taking a glance at the title this recipe may seem unconventional, or perhaps different to what you are accustomed to. However, don’t let your previous experiences with avocado (I'm thinking the basic avocado toast) put you off incorporating it into other dishes because I can assure you it can work some wonders. It... Continue Reading →

Raw Millionaires Shortbread (vegan​)

Being vegan means giving up all comfort food, boycotting sugar and chocolate, and never eating a treat again. False! This myth is only that, a myth. These millionaire shortbreads are 100% plant-based, indulgent, satisfying and healthy; that's right, plants are more edible than people assume. A  crumbly oat and coconut base, followed by a layer... Continue Reading →

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