Garlic, Chilli + Lemon Mushroom Scallops

Mushroom Scallops

Difficulty: Easy Makes 24 (approx.) Before I went vegetarian, I wasn't a huge fan of seafood unless it had the heck fried out of it and that has somewhat carried onto my feelings around mock seafood. If it's too fishy tasting, I ain't gonna go near it, fam. Despite that I have always wanted to do a scallop recipe with king oyster mushrooms ever since I knew it was a thing, however I could never bloody track some down. Luckily for me, on a recent trip to Sydney I found a stack of king oyster mushrooms at an Asian grocery and was pumped to finally realise my scallopy dream! My fave thing about this recipe is that not only is it quick and easy but it makes...

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Nature’s Charm – Banoffee Tapioca Pudding

Banoffee Tapioca Pudding

Difficulty: Easy - Medium Serves Four I'm a huge fan of coconut stuff and jackfruit stuff, so when Nature's Charm asked if I'd like to team up with them to create a series of recipes using their products I was like "hell yes!" Over the coming months I'm going to hit you with a few dope recipes to give you some #inspo for how to use your Nature's Charm products. I don't mess with tapioca pudding often, but when I was sent Nature's Charm Condensed Coconut Milk to try I just knew that's what I had to make with it! Creamy, sticky and sweet - this is everything you remember from classic condensed milk without the gross animal cruelty associated with dairy. You thought...

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Easy Immunity Soup

Immunity Soup

Difficulty: Easy Serves 8-10 Y'all know that if I'm making a soup like this, it's because I feel like I'm getting sick or it's too bloody late! Packed with the healing powers of garlic, ginger, turmeric, chilli and lemon plus filling and nutrient rich beans, lentils and vegetables - this soup is just want you need as the weather starts to cool down. Quick! Make it before it's too late! P.S. Summer is over and I'm really happy about it. Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 large red onion, diced 4 cloves garlic, finely chopped 5cm x 5cm piece of ginger, peeled and finely chopped 1 piece fresh turmeric, finely chopped 1 large fresh red chilli, finely chopped Juice and grated rind of one lemon ...

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Level 5 Vegan: Make Your Own Almond Milk

Almond Milk

Been wanting to take your veganism to the next level but didn't know how? You know I got you fam! This post is all about making your own goddamn almond milk - that's level 5 shit! You may be surprised to learn that almonds do not have nipples, so you cannot extract milk the traditional way. The best part about that is (other than the obvs lack of cruelty) is that you don't have to wake up at 4am to milk your cows or whatever. TBH making your own almond milk is actually super easy and you don't really need anything too spesh or weird to pull it all together. This guide will yield about 1L of almond milk but since it...

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Sweet Potato + Brown Rice Burgers

Sweet Potato Burgers

Difficulty: Easy Makes 4 Burgers are LIT but when I eat them, you'll usually find me chomping on some kind of mock meat variety. Every now and then I like to tuck in to a true "veggie burger" and this one is so freaking easy you'll find yourself doing the very same. Prep 'em in advance, pop 'em in the fridge and with a little salad and/or a bun you've got a quick lunch or dinner option ready to go. Ingredients 300g sweet potato 1 cup cooked brown rice (ain't no shame in using microwave rice - so quick!) 1 small red onion, finely chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 1/4 cup finely chopped parsley stalks 1/4 cup nutritional yeast 1 tablespoon soy sauce ...

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Kombucha Made Easy

Kombucha

Kombucha is one of those things that has really taken over the health industry and with good reason. It's full of antioxidants, probiotics which help keep your guts health AF but also help with immunity, energy and general wellbeing. Plus it tastes hella good - the only problem is that buying kombucha is kinda spenno, with a litre in Australia costing upwards of $8. If you drink as much booch as I do, that adds up pretty damn quick! If you’re like me, you love the booch but don’t love the freaking huge price tag that can come along with it. That’s why about a year ago I started making my own kombucha and I’ve never looked back. With a few basic...

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7 Ingredient Cheesy Sauce

Cheesy Sauce

Difficulty: Easy Makes about 1 litre We all love a good cheesy sauce, right?! There are so many different ways to make a bangin' vegan cheese sauce but this one is my fave by far. It's lower in fat, carbs and calories than many others, it's nut free and gluten free plus it's super easy to make without compromising on taste because fam, you know I ain't given up taste for NOTHIN. Coat your fave pasta to make mac 'n' cheese (like I did below), make cheesy fries or fondue - do whatever you want with it, it's your life! My tip: add extra miso for a more tangy sauce! Ingredients 2 x 425g cans butter beans, drained 4 cloves garlic 2 tablespoons miso...

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3 Ingredient Pomegranate Froyo Pops

Froyo Pops

Difficulty: Easy Makes 6 What the actual heck is up with the weather in Australia rn, you guys?! I know it’s summer but your girl isn’t coping with these 30+ degree days. To help cool down, I’m pumping out loads of frosty treats like these Pomegranate Froyo Popsicles. Ingredients 1 1/2 cups plain vegan yoghurt (I prefer soy) 1/2 cup pomegranate juice 1/2 cup pomegranate arils Method Blend together the vegan yoghurt and pomegranate juice until well combined. Sprinkle some pomegranate arils into the bottom of each ice block mould. Fill each mould half way with the yoghurt mixture and sprinkle in the remaining arils before filling to the top with the yoghurt mixture. Add a couple more arils and then the sticks and/or...

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2016 Recipe Roundup

2016roundup

Time flies when you and everyone you know are having the worst year in memory, amirite?! For the most part 2016 has been a pretty big write-off IMHO but that doesn't mean there haven't been some truly excellent moments. I went on two overseas trips, completely redesigned the website and had my stuff shared in some hella cool places. Plus I made some delicious eats and discovered some dope vegan products so it ain't all bad. Let's try and focus on the positives and end the year on a good note, shall we? P.S. I'd love to hear what you think! Let me know if you had any fave Like A Vegan recipes posts of 2016 in the comments below. Basil Seed,...

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Festive Feast – Scalloped Baked Potatoes

Scalloped Potatoes

Difficulty: Easy Serves 6 No festive feast is complete without a hefty serving of potatoes and this year is no different. By thinly slicing the potatoes into discs, not only do you get delicious crispy edges but you also get a hella tasty and good lookin' side dish that makes the perfect accompaniment to any Christmas meal. Ingredients 4 white potatoes, washed 4 red potatoes, washed 2 small red onions 1/3 cup olive oil 3 cloves garlic, minced Salt and pepper to serve Method Preheat the oven to 200°C and prepare a shallow baking dish that is suitable for cooking and serving. Very thinly slice all of the potatoes as well as the red onions; you want all of them to be in discs...

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Festive Feast: Whole Cauliflower with Cranberry Stuffing + Mushroom Gravy

Cauliflower Roast

Difficulty: Easy Serves 6 You wouldn't think cauliflower could be a holiday showstopper but try your hand at this recipe and you'll understand why 2016 seems to be the year of the cauliflower roast. Taste aside, the best thing about this dish is that it's so easy to make, meaning you've got more time on your hands to unwrap gifts or hide from your family. While the cauliflower itself is pretty good, it is still a cauliflower so I must insist that you make my cranberry stuffing and mushroom gravy to have with it, ok? Ingredients Cauliflower Whole head of cauliflower 1/2 cup olive oil 1 cup vegetable stock 1 tablespoon onion powder 1 tablespoon garlic powder 1/4 cup nutritional yeast 1/4 cup almond meal 1/2 teaspoon...

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Festive Feast: Tomato + Parsley Salad

Tomato Salad

Difficulty: Easy Serves 6 It's kinda easy to go HAM on the treats over the festive season, which is why I've decided to throw a fresh and hella healthy recipe into the mix. This salad makes the perfect accompaniment to any Christmas meal and almost cancels out all that super carby, fatty sugary stuff you've been eating (kinda). Ingredients 500 grams mini heirloom tomatoes 1 bunch parsley Salt and pepper to taste Dressing 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon agave syrup Method Roughly chop the tomatoes into bite-sized pieces and chuck them into a small bowl. Follow that up by roughly chopping about 1/2 bunch of parsley and toss through with the tomatoes. In a small bowl, whisk together the olive...

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Festive Feast – Ginger Carrots

Ginger Carrots

Difficulty: Easy Serves 4 The rules of Christmas are that you simply must add at least  one vegetable to your plate for health reasons as these counteract the tonne of shit food you've eaten over the past couple of weeks. These Ginger Carrots are super tasty and kinda sweet so you can basically just pretend they're Christmas candy. Ingredients 500grams Dutch Carrots 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons agave syrup 2 tablespoons freshly grated ginger Salt to taste Method Preheat your oven to 180°C and prepare a baking dish. Trim the tops off the carrots and set aside as garnish for later. Wash the carrots and place in the baking dish. Whisk together the olive oil, agave and freshly grated ginger. Coat the carrots...

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Garlic Roasted Potatoes

Garlic Roasted Potatoes

Difficulty: Easy Serves 4 If somebody tells you that they don't like roasted potatoes they're either lying or their tastebuds are broken because potatoes are one hundo percent the best thing on the planet. Chuck 'em together with garlic and you've got yourself the most ultimate side dish. Ingredients 1kg mini red potatoes 1/4 cup olive oil 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast Salt to taste Vegan sour cream and chives to serve Method Preheat the oven to 200°C and line a baking tray with baking paper. Chop the potatoes in to bite-sized chunks and either par boil or microwave on high for 4 minutes. Throw the potatoes in a large bowl, drizzle with oil and then coat with the garlic. Pour...

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Table of Plenty + Dukkah Crusted Oyster Mushrooms Recipe

Table of Plenty

Price: From $3.50 Where to Buy: www.tableofplenty.com.au You guys know I have a close and personal relationship with snacks, so when Table of Plenty hit me up to review some of their stuff and create a little recipe, you know I jumped at that chance! I reckon you can always pick up the vibe that a business is doing good and when you learn the Table of Plenty story, it all starts to make sense. Owner Kate Weiss started the biz after the struggle of a challenging full-time job started to compromise the care of her Amy, who was born with a disability. Kate and her team have now grown Table of Plenty into a major national biz with a range of products including muesli, snacks,...

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Fresh AF – Rice Paper Rolls w/ Peanut Dipping Sauce

Rice Paper Rolls

Difficulty: Easy Makes 10 You know that feeling when you're hella hungry but it's so hot and you can't be effed making a huge meal? Pretty sure rice paper rolls were invented for that very reason (no need to Google it, trust me). You really can stuff these babies with whatever you want but I've included my fave combo for maximum health and crunch. Once you try 'em with my super quick peanut dipping sauce, your summer fling will be locked in. Oh, they make an awesome picnic/pot luck contribution too! Ingredients 1 baby cos lettuce 1 small carrot 1 small red capsicum 1 small Lebanese cucumber Fresh basil 150g high protein, firm tofu 10 large rice papers Peanut Dipping Sauce 1/3 cup smooth peanut butter ...

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Lemon Meringue Tart

Lemon Meringue Tart

Difficulty: Easy Serves: 8 Spring has sprung (ok, kill me now for saying that) and people are going to start asking you to go outside and do stuff. DO NOT PANIC. Outside can be alright, as long as you have delicious treats to keep your mind off the fact you're not inside watching Netflix. My Lemon Meringue Tart is the perfect outdoor companion but be warned: people will invite you outside more often just so you bring this bad boy along with you. Don't blame me. Ingredients  Crust 1 cup hazelnuts 1 cup macadamias 1 cup walnuts 1/3 cup coconut oil 1/3 cup agave syrup Filling 100g pack silken tofu 3 large lemons, juice and grated rind 1/2 teaspoon turmeric 3/4 cup caster sugar 1 teaspoon agar agar powder Meringue 1/3 cup chickpea juice (the less salt, the better) 1/2...

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No-Rice Stuffed Capsicums

Stuffed Capsicums

Difficulty: Easy Makes 4 I love cooking as much as the next person but there comes a time when you simply cannot be effed to put in the hard yards to scrape together a decent meal. Stuffed capsicums are a perfect solution to that problemo because they take no time at all, look like you put in a bit of effort and they're dope for using up all the bits and pieces you have left in the fridge. What's your quick and easy weeknight meal? Let me know in the comments! Ingredients 2 capsicums (any colour you like) 1 teaspoon olive oil 1/2 brown onion, finely chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 2 cups vegan mince (I used Gardein but you could also use finely chopped tofu, tempeh or beans) 1...

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Roza’s Gourmet & Pesto Pasta Recipe

Roza's Pesto Pasta

Price: From $9.50AUD Where to Buy: www.rozas.com.au Sure, it's fun to make your own sauces but sometimes we vegans do it out of necessity because there ain't always a ready-made vegan sauce option nearby. That's why I was hella stoked when I was asked to try Roza's Gourmet, a range of chutneys, pestos and sauces made with all natural ingredients and zero artificial preservatives. Roza's Gourmet started in Brisbane in 1991 and has been around for 25 years. After Roza's death, her daughter Jasmin took the wheel and has turned the company into a thriving business, using primarily local ingredients and manufacturing in Australia to keep jobs within the local community. Hot Lover is made from a selection of spicy ingredients like cayenne, habanero and curry powder...

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Bloody Good Banana Bread

Banana Bread

Difficulty: Easy Serves: 8-10 First things first: banana bread is cake that we call bread to make us all feel better about the fact that we're eating it for breakfast. In saying that though, this version of BB is actually not that bad, so you don't need to lie to yourself if you chomp down on it prior to 10am. Plus it's gluten free and refined sugar free (you can really use whatever sweetener you like!) Ingredients 3 large, very ripe bananas (I'm talking black AF) 1 cup nut milk (I used macadamia) 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar 1 1/2 cups GF plain flour 1 cup almond meal 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/3 cup canola oil (you could use melted coconut oil if that's more your jam) 1...

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Banana Choc Chip Cashew Ice Cream

Banana Cashew Ice Cream

Difficulty: Easy Serves 4 If you managed to wrap your head around that bitch of a recipe title, wait til you wrap your mouth around what the recipe makes! The cashew base makes it soy free and when you throw in that banana and choc chip combo, Craig David wouldn't be able to handle all that flavour. Now, I've been trying to chill a little on the sugar lately (dw fam, I'm not gonna go all IQS on your asses) so I sweetened this guy with stevia which you can tastea little bit, but feel free to use agave or maple syrup if it's more your jam. Hint: Make sure you leave plenty of time to cool the cashews! Ingredients 2 cups raw cashews 1 1/3 cups nut...

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Raw Cross Buns

Raw Cross Buns

Difficulty: Easy Makes 10 If you're not really down with religion, Easter is pretty much an excuse to have a mega long weekend and stuff your face full of delicious things that you've probs been eating since they hit stores in January (admit it). I decided to flip the script on one of those delicious things, the hot cross bun, by harnessing the delicious spiced flavours and bundling them up in a bliss ball type situation. Because they're raw, gluten free and refined sugar free, it's the perfect excuse to eat even more of 'em! Ingredients 10 medjool dates (pitted) 1/4 cup raw almonds 1/4 cup raw cashews 1/4 cup Brazil nuts 1/2 cup almond meal 1/2 cup desiccated coconut 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1 teaspoon all spice 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 cup sultanas...

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Cranberry & Cacao Squares

Cranberry & Cacao Squares

Difficulty: Easy Makes 12 You might have noticed that I'm not the biggest sweet breakfast fan however I do tend to start my days during the week with packaged raw bars and a piece of fruit because it's damned easy. This week I thought I would try my hand at making my own breakfast bars and the best thing about doing it is that I could add exactly what I wanted, using ingredients I just had lying around. Ingredients Cacao Base 1 cup chopped medjool dates 1/4 cup raw hazelnuts 1/4 cup raw almonds 1/2 cup vanilla protein power 1/4 cup cacao powder 3/4 cup desiccated coconut 1 1/2 tablespoons coconut oil Cranberry Top 2/3 cup dried cranberries (try to get unsweetened) 1/2 cup raw cashews 1 teaspoon beetroot powder (optional but provides great colour) 2/3...

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Little Christmas Pavlovas

Christmas Pavlova

Difficulty: Medium Serves 8-10 (depending on size) 2015 will forever be remembered as the year of aquafaba in the vegan community. Still haven't heard of it? Get the hell out from under that rock and grab yourself a can of chickpeas, cos that's what you're gonna need to make these bad boys. "Chickpeas?! Are you effing nuts?!" I hear your screaming at your laptop or smart phone and while it may be hard to believe, the juice from canned chickpeas act as egg whites to make this classic Aussie dessert (soz NZ, it's ours. We own it now). Knock the unwanted gifted socks off the family this Christmas with a plate of red, white and green courtesy of the meringue base, coconut cream and...

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Candy Cane Ice Cream & Chocolate Shell Topping

Candy Cane Ice Cream

Difficulty: Easy Makes about 1 litre It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas and I've teamed up with the epic team at Your Home Depot to create another recipe using my Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker with Compressor. I've been shopping with these guys for years because they have great prices, an awesome range of products and a super easy checkout process. These guys even hooked me up with a bitchin' Global Ikasu Knife Set for helping out with this recipe, it doesn't get much sweeter than that! Candy canes are the official sweet of the festive season so I thought why not combine them with the guaranteed deliciousness of ice cream?! So I did and I know I say this all the...

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Raw Zucchini & Pomegranate Salad

Zucchini Pomegranate Salad

Difficulty: Easy Serves 4 I'm not the official Christmas cook in my household but if there's one thing I know about cooking a feast, it's that you need a combo of things you can prepare well in advance and stuff that you can throw together quickly on the day; this salad is the latter. With a glorious mix of Christmas coloured produce, this raw and simple salad is going to cancel out all that other crazy junk you're surely going to be eating on the big day, that's how it works, right? Ingredients 4 big-ass zucchinis 1 large pomegranate 1 bunch of red radishes 1/3 cup hazelnuts Salt and pepper to taste Dressing 1/2 cup tahini 2 tablespoons cold-pressed olive oil Juice of half lemon 1 teaspoon agave Method Use your spiraliser to create long, thin...

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Watermelon, Lime & Mint Popsicles

Watermelon Popsicle

Difficulty: Easy Makes about 10  Summer has been sprung on us a little early this year so I've gone into overdrive coming up with treats to bring a little coolness into your lives. These popsicles can be in your freezer within minutes and once set, you'll be thanking your past self for their forward thinking! Plus, turn these into a wicked cocktail popsicle by adding a shot of white rum or vodka (I may or may not have done that too). Ingredients 700g seedless watermelon Juice from one lime Handful of mint leaves 1/2 cup white rum or vodka (optional) Method Cut up the watermelon into reasonable sized chunks and throw into the blender. Add the lime juice and alcohol (if you're using it) and whizz together until blended. Pop a...

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Rosewater Ice Cream

Rosewater Ice Cream

Difficulty: Easy-Medium Serves 6-8 If you didn't know already, ice cream is my number one dessert. If you share my passionate love for ice cream, then it's imperative that you get yourself a good ice cream maker (one with a built in compressor is best) so that you can create your own badass concoctions in the privacy of your own home and in no time at all. I recently discovered Pandaroo Sweet Condensed Coconut Milk at Woolworths and the warmer weather meant that ice cream was inevitable. The subtlety of rosewater seemed to be the perfect flavour this time around but trust me, there are plenty more to come. Let me know if there's a flavour you'd love for me to make...

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Goma-ae

Goma Ae

Difficulty: Easy Serves 4 (as a side dish)   Goma-ae is one of my absolute fave Japanese dishes, probs because it involves sesame paste and I absolutely LOVE sesame. Not to be confused with tahini, white sesame paste can be picked up from any good Asian grocer and has an intensely nutty sesame flavour. I made goma-ae quite a while ago but have given the recipe a little revamp so now is the perfect time to get stuck in. Note: That other stuff on the plate is for another recipe I'm working on, stay tuned for that one! Ingredients 350g green beans, ends removed 350g baby spinach leaves 1/2 cup white sesame paste 1/3 cup soy sauce 1 teaspoon mirin (or rice wine vinegar) 2 tablespoons brown sugar 3 tablespoons sesame seeds Method Wash...

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Jackfruit + Potato Curry

Jackfruit Curry

Difficulty: Easy Serves: 4-6 (depending on serving size) If you didn't already know it, jackfruit is the ultimate plant-based mock meat. In it's young/green form, it becomes tender and meaty when cooked and takes on flavours incredibly well which makes it perfect for substitute for pulled meats like beef and pork. You can pick it up from most good Asian grocers for less than $2.50 a can, which makes it a thrifty choice too! This curry sweet and tender curry, with a bit of tang, is served best with basmati rice and papadums for a weeknight Indian feast. Ingredients 2 x 565 gram cans green/young jackfruit in brine (DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT get jackfruit in syrup) 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 red onion, cubed 2 cloves...

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July Vegan Box

The Vegan Box

Price: From $26.95  Where to Buy: www.theveganbox.com When the legends at The Vegan Box asked if I would like to get a load of the July box, I obviously accepted the offer and waited by the mailbox like Michelle Tanner waiting for her Action Rigby. Unlike the classic episode of Full House though, the July Vegan Box is far from disappointing. The first thing I love about this box is the pretty big (160g) bag of Tao Nutrition protein powder worth $14.95. This stuff has 23g of plant protein per serve and also contains stuff like maca, acai berry, cacao, chia, chlorella and rosehip. I'm not a huge protein shake lover so I'm really looking forward to sprinkling some of this stuff on my...

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Cheesy Popcorn

Cheesy Popcorn

Difficulty: Easy Serves 4 Popcorn is one of my favourite foods and while I usually enjoy the simpler things when it comes to popcorn, sometimes I want to kick it up a notch and get a little crazy on the kernels. This time around I opted for a delightful savoury concoction made from cashews and nutritional yeast, sprinkled over those little white clouds of heaven, you've got yourself a mad snack. Ingredients 3/4 cup popcorn kernels Spray oil Cheesy Sprinkle 1/2 cup cashews 1/4 cup nutritional yeast 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder Method Make the cheese sprinkle by combining all ingredients in a blender or food processor until a fine powder is formed. Set aside. Using an air popper, pop your kernels (you can also pop in a pan if you...

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Choc Mint Macarons

Macarons

Difficulty: Medium Makes 12 You thought your macaron days were over, right? WRONG! Call in sick to work, cancel your lunch date and turn your phone off. It is mandatory that you drop everything right now and make some of these bitchin' choc mint macarons. Thanks to the magic of the humble chickpea, you add these little French treats to your all-vegan baking repertoire. BRB eating them all. Ingredients Macarons 1 cup almond meal (use the one without brown flecks) 1 cup icing sugar 1/3 cup liquid from canned chickpeas 1/2 teaspoon xanthan gum 1/3 cup caster sugar 1/2 - 1 teaspoon peppermint essence 2-3 drops green food colouring Chocolate Ganache Filling 300 grams vegan dark chocolate 1/4 cup coconut cream Method In a medium bowl, sift together the almond meal and icing sugar. Set aside. Whisk...

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Vegan Creme Eggs

Creme Eggs

Difficulty: Easy Makes 8 If you're like me, your childhood Easters were filled with all kinds of chocolate treats but none ever compared to the creme egg. That's something I thought I had left behind when I went vegan until recently when I saw a creme egg recipe online. With a few alterations, making this recipe vegan turned out to be bloody easy and now creme eggs are back in my life for good! Egg moulds are pretty easy to track down this time of year and can be found at most good baking stores. Ingredients 200 grams vegan chocolate 1/2 cup glucose syrup 1/4 cup vegan margarine 1 teaspoon vanilla essence 2 cups icing sugar 1-2 drops yellow food colouring Method In a microwave proof jug, melt the chocolate in...

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Cheesy Jalapeño Potatoes

Jalapeno Cheese Fries

Difficulty: Easy Serves 4 Sometimes you just gotta treat yoself to a big ol' bowl of comfort food. The best thing about my cheesy jalapeño potatoes is that they're not even that bad as far as comfort food goes; the potatoes are baked and the cheesy sauce is nut-based, plus they've got jalapeños which are totally a vegetable. They're gluten and soy free too so just about anybody can tuck into this dish, which is great on its own or as a side (I had mine with hotdogs last night!) Ingredients 4 large potatoes, washed Olive oil 1 cup raw cashews, soaked overnight 1 cup non-dairy milk (soy works best but use whatever you want) 1/2 cup nutritional yeast 1/2 teaspoon turmeric 1 teaspoon onion powder 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup...

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Inika Cosmetics

Inika

Price: From $25.00 AUD Where to Buy: www.inika.com.au Inika Cosmetics have been on my radar for a while now as I reviewed their foundation over 4 years ago and loved it. Recently Inika sent through some more of their products to try and I'm stoked to report they've gotten even better! Foundation is arguably the most important part of your beauty regime and Inika's Mineral Foundation Powder (RRP $59.95 AUD) is friggin' awesome. I'm always a bit wary of powder foundations but I'm genuinely impressed with the results. Coverage-wise it's quite light but can be built up and while I would usually shy away from a powder with shimmer through it, I do really like it. Free of nasty fillers, this foundation also provides...

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Banana Nut Choc Pops

Choc Banana

Difficulty: Easy Makes 6 Looking for a fun treat that's a little bit naughty but a little bit nice? My Banana Nut Choc Pops are just what you need! They take about 5 minutes to prepare and after a couple of hours in the freezer, they're ready to eat. They make a wicked substitute for ice cream as a dessert and if you only want a smidgen of chocolate, just dip the tip in chocolate instead of the whole banana. Little dudes will love making these too, so get those junior vegans in the kitchen! Ingredients 6 paddle pop sticks 3 bananas 300 grams vegan chocolate 1/2 cup granulated peanuts Method Line a baking tray with baking paper. Peel and cut each banana in half. Gently pop the stick in the...

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Watermelon Salad with Tofetta

Watermelon Salad

Difficulty: Easy Serves 4 I had never tried a watermelon salad but had some lying around and threw caution to the wind. I made this salad half expecting that it would be friggin' gross. It was not gross, in fact it was one of the dopest salads I've made. If you like not-gross things then try this salad, because it's not gross. Note: You've gotta make the tofetta at least 24 hours in advance, preferably longer. Ingredients Tofetta 1 200 gram block of high protein firm tofu 1 cup water 1/2 cup white vinegar 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon salt 1 teaspoon dried mixed herbs (optional) Other Ingredients 1/4 of a large watermelon 1 bunch fresh basil 1 small red onion 3/4 cup kalamata olives Olive oil Salt and pepper to taste Method Make the tofetta by cutting the tofu...

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Sang Choy Bow

Difficulty: Easy Serves 6 Quick and easy dinners are what I'm all about these days, especially during the week. My sang choy bow is the king of easy dinners, perfect for these hot summer nights and next-day lunches. Use this base recipe and use it as an excuse to use up and spare veg you've got hanging out in the fridge, your vegetable crisper is the limit! Ingredients 2 cups textured vegetable protein (TVP) 1 1/2 cups beef-style or vegetable stock 1 tablespoon peanut oil 1 small red onion, finely chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 teaspoon minced ginger 1 carrot, finely diced 1/2 cup green peas 1/2 cup corn kernels 1/3 cup soy sauce (make sure it's gluten free) 2 teaspoons sesame oil 1 teaspoon brown sugar 6 iceberg lettuce leaves Fresh chilli and spring onion...

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Chocolate Covered Peppermint Marshmallows

chocmintmarshmallow

Difficulty: Medium Makes 24 Christmas is just around the corner so I thought it was time I got cracking on some Christmas recipes. First cab off the rank is a treat so damned delicious that you'll want to eat it all year round! Light and fluffy peppermint marshmallow, dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with crushed candy canes. Doesn't get any more freakin' festive than that, right? These guys are gluten and soy free if you choose the right chocolate and candy canes too! Ingredients Marshmallow 1/4 cup icing sugar 1 1/2 cups water 1 tablespoon and 1 teaspoon agar agar powder 1 cup glucose syrup 2 1/4 cups caster sugar 1 teaspoon peppermint essence Other ingredients 300grams vegan dark chocolate 1/4 cup crushed vegan candy canes (I used Coles brand) Method Prepare a standard loaf tin by sifting...

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Spaghetti Squash w/ Tomato & Cannellini Beans

spagsquash

Difficulty: Easy Serves 2-4 If you follow me on Twitter, you would know that I am a huge fan of spaghetti squash. It's subtle flavour lends itself perfectly to so many dishes while its spaghetti-like texture magic! For years it has been near impossible to track down, except for rare occasions at the farmer's market however this week I stumbled across a bunch in Coles (of all places!) Naturally I scooped one up and took it home and despite the warmer weather in Newcastle, thought I would bake my new squashy friend and fill it with delicious tomato and bean combo. Eat this as a low calorie meal or as an impressive side dish at your next dinner party. Ingredients 1 medium spaghetti squash Olive...

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Deviled Eggs

deveggs

Difficulty: Medium Makes 12-16 (depending on mould size) Yep, you read that right, deviled freakin' eggs! They look just like the real thing and if my memory serves me correctly, they taste pretty similar too (but of course this all comes with none of the unpleasantness of real eggs). The eggy tastes comes to you courtesy of black salt; an ingredient you can easily pick up at your local Indian grocery. The size and quantity of your batch will be dependent on the moulds you use and you can easily pick these up online for a few bucks (I used chocolate egg moulds). Take thrse guys along to your next party or picnic and they're sure to be a real hit! Ingredients Whites 1 1/2...

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Brown Fried Rice

friedrice

Difficulty: Easy Serves 4-6 Usually, I find rice a waste of valuable stomach real estate but one of the few exceptions is my brown fried rice. It's the perfect weeknight meal because it's quick and easy to make plus you can really just chuck in whatever veg you've got in the fridge. It stands alone as a solid meal but also makes a good sidekick to other dishes. Ingredients 1 tablespoon peanut oil 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 small red onion, finely chopped 1 block extra firm tofu, chopped into .5cm cubes 1 large carrot, finely chopped 12 baby corn, chopped 450 grams cooked brown rice 2/3 cup peas (frozen or fresh) 1/2 cup pineapple chunks 1/4 cup soy sauce (make sure it's GF) 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce (make sure it's  GF and vegan!) 1...

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Lentil & Kidney Bean Chilli

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Difficulty: Easy Serves 4 Cool air and grey skies are making way for warmer weather and sunshine but I'm still hanging onto winter for dear life with this dish. It's  a great meal for a several reasons; it takes less than 30 minutes to make, you should have all of these ingredients already, it's a cheap meal to throw together, it's hearty and healthy all the while tasting bloody delicious. Team this up with my excellent cornbread recipe and you've got yourself a spot on meal, whether Mother Nature wants to accept it or not. Ingredients 1/4 cup olive oil 1 small brown onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 teaspoon cumin seeds 1 teaspoon thyme leaves 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon sweet...

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Baby Spinach, Tomato Tofu Omelette

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Difficulty: Easy-Medium Makes 2 Small Omelettes I bet you thought your omelette days were over once you gave up eggs right? Wrong! With the magic of tofu, you can create an awesome breakfast to enjoy any day of the week. You can of course mix up the fillings you use for this recipe but for now I'm keeping it simple. Ingredients 2/3 cup silken tofu 1/4 cup GF corn flour 1 tablespoon nutritional yeast 2 tablespoons non-dairy milk 1 teaspoon mixed dried herbs 1/2 teaspoons dried turmeric Pinch of salt Handful baby spinach leaves 6 cherry tomatoes, chopped 1/4 small red onion, finely chopped 1/3 cup shredded vegan cheese Method In a blender, combine the tofu, corn flour, nutritional yeast, non-dairy milk, herbs, turmeric...

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Mini Vegetable & Tofu Skewers

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Difficulty: Easy Makes 12 I recently got a cast iron grill pan and couldn't wait to cook with it. I decided to kick things off with these simple skewers in a tangy lemon, garlic and parsley marinade. If you don't have grill pan, that's ok, you can cook them in a regular pan or chuck them on the barbie. Ingredients 12 mini wooden skewers 1 small block of firm tofu 12 button mushrooms 12 mini heirloom tomatoes 3 button squash 1 small red onion Marinade Juice of one lemon 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 tablespoon brown sugar 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley Method Soak the skewers in warm water. Cut the tofu into 12 2cmx2cm cubes. Remove the stalks from the mushrooms, cut each button...

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Oat, Chia & Almond Cookies

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Difficulty: Easy Makes 20 Let's face it - a cookie is never going to be guilt free but as far as cookies go, these guys aren't so bad. They have a macaroon-y vibe going on which makes them super light plus they're packed full of chia goodness so you know they're pretty special. They're gluten and soy free too, making them a great lunchbox snack for big and little kids alike. Ingredients 2 cups almond meal 1 cup gluten free oats 1/3 cup chia seeds 1/4 cup desiccated coconut 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon baking soda 3/4 cup coconut oil, melted 1/3 cup agave syrup or coconut syrup Method Preheat the oven to 180°C  and line a baking tray with baking paper. In a...

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Bean Balls in Marinara Sauce

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Difficulty: Easy-Medium Makes 24 Cold winter nights call for hot, tasty meals and these bean balls certainly fit the bill. Especially great for fussy ones, you can fill these guys with a bunch of secret veggies to pack some extra punch. Smother them in my fragrant marinara sauce and serve 'em up on top of spaghetti, with salad or vegetables. They're also soy and gluten free so they're the perfect meal for just about anybody! Ingredients Bean Balls 1 carrot 1 small red onion 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 can kidney beans 1 can cannellini beans 1/3 cup chopped basil 1/3 cup chopped parsley 1/4 cup nutritional yeast 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce (make sure it's vegan and gluten/soy free) 2 tablespoons tomato paste 3/4...

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Apricot + Almond Logs

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Difficulty: Easy Makes 12 These little guys are quite possibly one of the easiest things you can make in a very small window of time. Great lunchbox fillers, my Apricot & Almond Logs remind me of the treats I used to buy from my school canteen as a kid. These ones are even better though because you can control what goes in them! I like to keep mine in the fridge until half an hour before serving but should last in an airtight container for a week or so (although I doubt they'll be around that long!) Ingredients 1 cup dried apricots 1/3 cup sultanas 2/3 cup blanched almonds 1 cup desiccated coconut Method Chuck the apricots, sultanas, almonds and half of the coconut...

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Vegan Parmesan

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Difficulty: Easy Makes about 2 cups Miss those days of sprinkling a healthy dose of parmesan cheese over your favourite pasta dish? Miss no more, my super easy and super quick recipe has you covered. It takes less that 3 minutes to make so it can be made on a whim, tastes great and lasts for yonks if kept in an airtight container. Ingredients 1 cup raw cashews 1/4 cup nutritional yeast 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon garlic powder Method Combine all of the ingredients in a blender and process until fine. Sprinkle over your favourite dish and enjoy! ...

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Blueberry, Basil & Lime Fizz

Difficulty: Easy-Medium Makes about 3L I haven't made a drink for a while and thought it was about time I quenched my thirst to do so. You might think I'm crazy for adding basil to a fruity concoction, but once you try it you'll be all "I'm so sorry I doubted you, Chelsey! Will you ever forgive me?" I probably will forgive you, but perhaps make it first and we'll cross that bridge when we come to it. If you're feeling party, you could add some vodka to this one for your next occasion and it would go down a real treat. Ingredients Syrup 2 1/2 cups blueberries (I used frozen but fresh are good too) 1 bunch basil 1 cup caster sugar Rind of one lime 2 cups...

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Olivella Skincare

Price: From $3.99 Where to Buy: www.olivellaline.com or www.chemistwarehouse.com.au Instagram | Facebook It's always refreshing to see new vegan products become readily available in Australia and I was recently approached by Olivella to try out their skincare range. With the colder weather setting in, my skin is begging for a dose of hydration so naturally jumped at the chance to try these products and pass my thoughts onto you. If you hadn't already guessed, Olivella products are made from virgin olive oil, which boasts many benefits for the skin and has been used in skincare for centuries. The Olivella range has everything from bar soaps and haircare to baby products, all of which are available at an affordable price. Here's the skinny on Olivella products: Made in Italy...

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Chickpea “Tuna” Salad

Difficulty: Easy Serves 2 There's nothing better than a lunch that's quick and easy to make with the added bonus of tasting wicked and that's what this Chickpea "Tuna" Salad is. You can chuck it on sandwiches, add it to a bigger salad, have it on its own or serve with crackers for a damn good light lunch. In the time it has taken you to read this little introduction, you could have already made this salad, unless you read it like super quickly, then maybe not. Ingredients 1 can chickpeas 1/2 small onion, finely chopped 2 celery stalks, finely chopped 1 tablespoon chopped chives 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/3 cup vegan mayonnaise Salt and pepper to taste Method Drain the chickpeas and pop into a medium sized bowl. Using a potato masher, mash...

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Chunky Cashew and Basil Dip

Difficulty: Easy Makes about 1 cup   Sometimes you need to whip up a cool snack in a matter of minutes and a dope way to do this is via a dip. You got some bread or crackers nearby and you've got yourself the perfect afternoon treat! Ingredients 3/4 cup raw cashews 1 bunch basil 1 clove garlic 1 small chilli 1 tablespoon olive oil Juice of half a lemon Pinch of salt Method Chuck all of the ingredients in a blender and blend until ingredients are combined but still chunky. Serve with your favourite bread or crackers. ...

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Kinda Bacon

Price: $12.75 Where to Buy: Visit the Kinda Bacon website for online store and stockists Dope Australian products are where it's at. When you go to the US and see the crazy amount of wicked vegan products on sale (without the absurd price markup they incur when they get to us) can be a little disheartening, so I was super stoked when I heard about Kinda Bacon. A few years ago, if you told me you could have made bacon-y tasting chips out of coconut, I would have slapped you across the face and called you a liar. The guys at Kinda Bacon have truly nailed the smokey, salty nature of those crispy bacon bits you used to sprinkle on your salads and...

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Gluten Free Banana Cake

Difficulty: Easy-Medium Serves 12 A work colleague handed me a bag full of very ripe bananas last week and I knew that I wouldn't be able to eat them all before it was too late. Solution? Banana cake! All of the ingredients are pretty easy to track down at your local supermarket and not only is it vegan, it's gluten free too. With a tangy cream cheese frosting to boot, this guy looks fantastic at any tea party and tastes dope as hell. Ingredients 2 cups unsweetened almond milk 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar 2 cups gluten free plain flour 1 cup almond meal 1/4 cup ground flax seeds 1/3 cup dessicated coconut 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda Pinch of salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/3 cup agave syrup 1/4 cup coconut oil (melted) 2...

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Raw Zucchini Pasta with Pesto

  Difficulty: Easy Makes two modest servings or one big ass serving I know I've been hittin' y'all with a buttload of crazy(delicious) dessert recipes lately so I decided to throw something out there for the raw, healthy dudes. This is probably one of the easiest things you'll make and if you manage to screw it up I would be very surprised. While it's legendary as a healthy meal in itself, it would also make a premo side dish to go along with whatever bitchin' spread you're planning. Righteous! Ingredients 1 large zucchini 1 bunch of basil 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon pine nuts 1 squeeze lemon juice 1 small clove garlic Salt and pepper to taste Method Using a vegetable peeler, peel ribbons of zucchini along the long edge until you...

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Raw Peanut Butter and Cacao Tarts

  Difficulty: Easy Makes 12 I'm having fun with raw desserts lately and this is my latest venture. It's kind of like a chocolate peanut butter cup but healthier and a little more substantial. You can use crunchy or smooth peanut butter in this one but I'm typically a crunchy gal. These are so fun for a little high tea or to take into work to impress your colleagues. If you can manage not to eat them all, that is. Ingredients 1 1/2 cup cashews 6 medjool dates, pitted 1/2 cup almonds 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1/4 cup cacao powder 1/4 cup shredded coconut 1/3 cup peanut butter 1/4 cup agave syrup 1/3 cup coconut cream 1/4 cup coconut oil, softened 1 tablespoon cacao nibs Method Soak the cashews overnight or boil until they soften. If you...

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Tofu and Black Bean Patties

Difficulty: Easy-Medium Makes 8 Sometimes you just crave a good burger and even though I'm avoiding bread at the moment, there's no reason why I can't enjoy a delicious patty! I've been getting into black beans lately (if you hadn't already noticed) so I'm using them for pretty much anything I can think of! You'll notice that I recommend you pan fry and then bake them but I'll also point out that the longer you leave them in the fridge before you cook, they better they'll hold. They'll hold up even better if you cook one day, refrigerate and reheat the next day. Isn't it dope when leftovers taste better than the night before!? Ingredients 1 350g block of hi-protein firm tofu 1 1/2 cups...

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Roasted Cauliflower and Garlic Soup

Difficulty: Easy Serves 4 (or 2 large serves) This week I had a hankerin' for cauliflower so I bought a head of it. I wasn't sure what I wanted to do with it until I realised it was probably time to make another soup. I've been housesitting with access to a Blendtec and have been testing out its varied capabilities but was yet to try a smooth soup. Let me tell you, this was blended beautifully with a lovely thick and creamy texture and a deep yet tangy flavour. Ingredients 1 head cauliflower 6 small cloves garlic Olive oil 2 stock cubes (I used chicken style but vegetable will suffice) 700mL water 1 brown onion, chopped Juice of 1/2 a lemon 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast Salt and pepper to taste Chives to serve,...

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Spiced Apple Cake

Difficulty: Easy Serves 8-10 This is the perfect winter cake to whip up for any occasion. It's my dad's birthday today and I knew he'd be keen on this spicy, fruity little number. It doesn't have icing because it tastes amazing served with custard or vegan ice cream but you could easily make some kind of glaze for it. The texture is very dense but super moist so it's bitchin' served warm. Ingredients 3 cups unsweetened almond milk 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar 2 granny smith apples, plus some extra for decoration 2 cups gluten free plain flour 1 cup almond meal 1/3 cup ground flax seeds 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 tablespoon mixed spice 1/2 teaspoon maple extract 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon extract 1/3 cup agave syrup 1/4 cup coconut oil, melted 1/2...

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Raspberry Chia Pudding

Difficulty: Easy Serves 2 (or one large serving)   I've never been a huge fan of breakfast and being on a health kick makes it a lot harder because I'm also not too fond of the sweet breakfast. Most of the time I've just been having smoothies, I can easily handle those but sometimes you just need to mix it up - that's where this chia pudding comes in! You can really add whatever you want to a chia pudding but this recipe is just one idea. Make this gluten free, raw delight the night before and you'll have a perfect breakfast ready to go in the morning. Ingredients 2 1/2 tablespoons chia seeds 1 cup unsweetened almond milk 1 tablespoon sweetener such as agave or fruit...

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Kale and Basil Pesto

Difficulty: Easy Makes approximately 1 1/2 cups Pesto is one of my favourite condiments but it's not often that I'm able to eat it at restaurants, even most of the store bought ones contain dairy. Screw that, making your own is so easy to do anyway, plus you can add whatever other ingredients tickle your fancy! I chucked kale into mine make it super green and give it an added health boost. The consistency of this pesto is more like a dip, so if you want it a tad more saucy, keep adding oil until you're happy. Ingredients 4 curly kale leaves 1 small bunch basil Juice of one lemon 3 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 cup pine nuts Salt Method Cut the stalks off the kale, tear it up and throw...

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Roasted Root Vegetable Salad

Difficulty: Easy Serves 2 This is the perfect winter salad. Seriously. It's pretty healthy, filling and totally tasty which is everything you want in a meal, right? You don't need to use these exact ingredients, just use it as a guide and chuck in whatever you have lying around that you think will work. Just keep it simple, that's the key. Ingredients 1 small parsnip 1 medium beetroot 1 medium white sweet potato 1 small red onion 5 cloves garlic Spray olive oil 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper (optional) 1 bunch baby cos lettuce Handful beetroot leaves 2 tablespoons olive oil Squeeze lemon juice 2 tablespoons pine nuts Salt and pepper to taste Method Preheat oven to 200°C with a lined baking tray. Wash the root vegetables thoroughly and chop into 2cmx2cm chunks. Keep the beetroot separate from the rest of...

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Coconut “Bacon”

Difficulty: Easy Makes one and a half cups For some reason, there seems to be bacon in just about anything lately. The thought of pig chunks in a cupcake is utterly repulsive but coconut in a cupcake sounds like a dream, right?! You can use these smokey bits in just about anything; salads, sandwiches and even desserts. Keep an eye out, I'll be giving you suggestions for these babies over the coming weeks. Ingredients 1 and a half cups coconut chips 1 tablespoon liquid smoke (I used hickory) 1 tablespoon vegan worcestershire sauce 1 tablespoon coconut amino sauce (or soy sauce) 1 tablespoon maple syrup Method Chuck the coconut chips into a an airtight container. In a small bowl, mix together the remaining ingredients. Pour over the coconut chips and mix to...

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Beetroot and Chocolate Cake

Difficulty: Easy-Medium Serves 8-10 I never really understood the concept of putting beetroot in a cake and the thought that it could be delicious completely escaped me. That was until I actually started seeing pictures of them pop up. I became curious. It was my sister-in-law's birthday this week so as the resident birthday cake maker I decided to finally set my sights on that once disregarded beetroot chocolate cake. It was excellent! You can't really taste the beetroot but it adds so much moisture and depth to the cake. This one is gluten free too but just double check your ingredients just to be sure. Oh, and if you want a little more sweetness, pop a little icing sugar in your...

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Sorta Healthy Carrot Cake

Difficulty: Easy-Medium Serves 8-10 My brother is on the most gnarly health kick of all time and for his birthday he requested a healthy carrot cake. Let's be honest here - this cake is much healthier than other cakes but at the end of the day, a cake is a cake, and cake isn't all that healthy. In saying that, there's not a whole lot bad about this cake, the icing is probably the main offender so skimp on that if need be. It's also gluten-free which is a bitchin' bonus for you gleegans out there who are diggin' on my recipes. The main thing here is that it tastes good and that's one thing all cakes must always be. I don't say...

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Spun Fairy Floss

Price: From $7.95 AUD Where to Buy: Click here to buy online and  for stockists I'm not a huge sweet tooth but every now and then I love me a bit of candy. Recently I heard about Spun Fairy Floss and knew I just had to give it a go. Unlike traditional fairy floss, this stuff ain't coloured. It's vegan (derrrr), gluten free, sodium free, preservative free and made in Australia. You know what else? It comes in over 100 natural flavours, which is great because who the heck knows what the flavour of that carnival floss is. The flavours aren't overpowering either, they're subtle, and lend brilliantly to desserts, cocktails and just as delicious straight outta the tub. Speaking of the tub, be...

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Rocket and Pear Salad with Candied Walnuts

Difficulty: Easy Serves 6+ Salads are a staple of the Australian Christmas so this year I decided to make two. If you've been paying attention you would know that this is the second festive salad on the menu for this year and if you haven't, check out my bitchin' Jewel Salad. Back to this dish, I have decided to keep it super simple; a bit of rocket, a bit of pear and topped off with some fancy candied walnuts. You can prepare the walnuts in advance and then just throw the rest together moments before your guests arrive. Ingredients 1/2 cup caster sugar 1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence 1 1/4 cups walnuts 2-3 large handfuls rocket 2-3 pears Lemon infused olive oil Method Preheat your oven to 180°C and line a baking...

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