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.
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…
All year round, this healthy coffee smoothie recipe will get your days off to a bouncing start. It tastes fantastic, and is perfect as a quick breakfast.
Loads of us are craving healthy ingredients now, and this stew, made with a slow-cooker and totally vegan, is perfect fare for a healthy start to the year.
Cutting out meat removes a good source of protein, but there are lots of ways to make up for it. Jamie’s head nutritionist gives you three great protein sources for vegans
The question “Is the vegan diet healthy?” is one I get all the time. Well, the answer is that it depends as much on what you eat as with any other diet.
It’s time to turn our attention to celebrating. This party recipe will cover vegan, vegetarian and even gluten-free guests, and it’s tasty to boot.
This easy pumpkin soup recipe is perfect for using up leftover pumpkin and makes a great wintery starter
Whether you follow it for ethical or health reasons, there’s no doubting veganism requires restraint and ingenuity. The funny thing is, you don’t miss the big things.