Little bites of Easter sweetness - without the sugar hangover! Gluten-free, plant-based, and there are dairy-free options too.
Delicious, easy, super-quick to make and popular - what more could you want in a plant-y snack?
These are particularly cute and make a wonderful gift, but they require a little TLC to make. I’ll be honest – they’re fiddly. Don’t start making them late on Christmas Eve unless you’re prepared to still be covered in white chocolate when reindeer hooves thunder across your roof.
Super-cute and you can feel virtuous for at least having a little shot of healthfulness amidst all the festive madness.
Serve in place of rice or couscous – it’s a clever way of adding another helping of vegetables to your day. This is a very versatile recipe; with cauliflower or parsnip as a base, use whatever additional vegetables you have available and add your favourite herbs, spices and nuts. (You may want to leave out the red onion if you plan to serve it to children.)
Here’s a recipe which makes a great accompaniment to all kinds of fruit – particularly stonefruit, bananas, apples and strawberries. Drizzle it over ice cream, dip fruit into it, or (just between you and me) no one could blame you for eating it straight off the spoon.
There is something rather addictive about chocolate porridge so you may find yourself wanting to make it again and again. In that case, make life easier for yourself by throwing a big jar of bulk mix together.
Chocolate + seasonal fruit + oats + coconut: what better combination could there be? But porridge purists - avert your eyes now!
The trick to making distinct layers in this smoothie is to pour the second (and any subsequent) layer over the back of a spoon. Trust me, you’ll see what I mean when you try it.