Whether you’re a seasoned vegetarian looking for fresh inspiration, or you’re after some new ideas to feed veggie guests, we’ve got loads of lovely recipes to keep things exciting this Christmas. Here’s our pick of the crop…
Golden honey-roasted parsnips are such a treat. Christmas dinner is the perfect time to take your usual roast parsnips to the next level.
Best enjoyed with a cup of tea as a midday treat, banana bread is a fantastic, not to mention classic, option. It’s a breeze to throw together, and can easily be made gluten free, as Nicole Knegt from Four Spoons Bakery shows us…
Vibrant veggies, sizzling skewers and flavour-packed burgers make vegan barbecues a joy to eat and celebrate, whether you’re a meat-eater or not.
Vibrant, seasonal veggies are just as capable of holding their own on a screaming hot barbecue as any type of meat or fish, but they’re often overlooked.
For most of us, Easter has become a chocolate-filled, sugar-fuelled holiday, full of chocolate eggs, bunny-shaped treats and colourful Easter baskets.
Whether you’re dairy intolerant, vegan, or just fancy a change, nut milks make a great alternative to cow’s milk, with almond milk being a firm favourite.
Going dairy-free doesn’t mean you have to go chocolate free. We’ve got three classic chocolate recipes for you to indulge in, for those moments when nothing else will do.