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.
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…
We’ve put together a smashing vegan feast to get your tastebuds tingling – from Christmas nibbles to delicious puddings – we’ve got you covered. VEGAN MUSHROOM ROLLS Sausage rolls are a well-known Christmas classic, but these mushroom-filled versions will definitely hold their own amongst the established big-hitters. Serve them up with a great selection of vegan-friendly condiments and Read the full article…
Being gluten-free at Christmas needn’t be a chore! We’ve rounded up our favourite recipes for a feast that’s bound to impress everyone around your dinner table this festive season.
Getting Christmas right takes a little bit of planning, but if you’re organised you can easily cater to include people with food allergies.
Christmas is once again upon us, and while carnivores rejoice at the thought of turkey and all the trimmings, the vegetarians of the world prepare themselves for another festive season of mediocre nut roasts.