Easy blueberry compote
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by Mandy Mazliah
1M ago
A quick and easy blueberry compote that makes a delicious and healthy breakfast or dessert. Perfect with granola. No added sugar. I like to add chia seeds to my compote to give it a thicker consistency. Chia seeds are a good source of nutrients, including protein and minerals. Adding them to compote makes it more spreadable so you have the option to use it like a jam if you wish. Here's another recipe for mixed recipe chia jam. However, if you don't want to add them or don't have any to hand you can leave them out - your compote will be delicious but have a slightly runnier consistency. How ..read more
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Carrot scones
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by Mandy Mazliah
3M ago
These carrot scones are packed with spices, sweet raisins and veggie goodness. Best enjoyed warm from the oven, these homemade scones are the perfect addition to an afternoon tea. Scones have to be one of the quickest baked treats there is out there. They are so easy to make, use storecupboard ingredients, and, particularly when still warm from the oven, are incredibly delicious. I like to try to add a portion of fruit or veg to our baked goods whenever I can and with this recipe I've used the humble carrot. All three of my kids absolutely loved these carrot scones and the first batch was go ..read more
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Zero waste broccoli pesto
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by Mandy Mazliah
4M ago
Add a portion of vegetables to your dinner with this zero waste broccoli pesto recipe that uses the stalks as well as the florets. Suitable for vegans, great for batch cooking and freezing and approved by the Sneaky Veg kids. While I always eat my broccoli stalks one of my kids always bites off the top and leaves the stalks on his plate. Making broccoli pesto is a great way to ensure that the whole of the broccoli - stalks, florets and even the leaves - is eaten. Broccoli pesto is a great zero waste recipe that's a great one for batch cooking and can be stored in portions in the freezer. I ..read more
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Apricot flapjacks
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by Mandy Mazliah
5M ago
Chewy and sweet, vegan and great for kids, these apricot flapjacks are perfect for afternoon snacks or lunch boxes. These apricot bars are great for after school snacks, lunchboxes (replace the almonds with extra flour if you need them to be nut free) or as a little treat with your mid morning coffee. They are deliciously sweet without too much added sugar - being sweetened with apricots and maple syrup. The oats give a good energy boost and the ground almonds provide some plant-based protein. Ingredients For full recipe, ingredients and quantities go to the printable recipe card at the en ..read more
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Homemade bean burgers
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by Mandy Mazliah
8M ago
These tasty homemade bean burgers are a quick and easy recipe that's perfect for a weeknight dinner. Great to make ahead, freezer friendly and suitable for vegetarians and vegans. As a vegetarian child in the early 1990s spicy bean burgers from the supermarket were something that I ate a lot of. Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside and, to be honest, not all that spicy is how I remember them. These homemade burgers are a better option. Packed full of plant-based protein and flavoured with spices and herbs, these homemade bean burgers are a great recipe that the whole family can enjoy ..read more
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Courgette dip
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by Mandy Mazliah
9M ago
This delicious courgette dip, or zucchini dip, is similar to baba ganoush but is made with courgettes instead of aubergine. Perfect with a spread of mezze-style dishes, crudités or other dips. A great way to use up a glut of summer courgettes. One of my memories of my childhood summers is my dad growing copious amounts of courgettes and inevitably marrows. I've since grown courgettes myself some years and on those years where I've had a good harvest I've made lots of delicious summer courgette recipes. I hadn't tried making a courgette dip until recently though and I'm so glad I did. This co ..read more
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Avocado brownies
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by Mandy Mazliah
1y ago
Deliciously chocolatey avocado brownies, sweetened with dates and maple syrup. Great for kids, vegans and anyone looking for a healthier chocolate treat. I love this avocado chocolate brownie recipe. It's a great sneaky veg recipe - full of hidden avocado. It contains much less sugar than a traditional brownie recipe - because it's sweetened with dates and maple syrup. And these brownies are full of healthy fats as well - with avocado supplying most of the fat content (there's also oat milk). What ingredients do you need to make avocado brownies? For full recipe, ingredients and quantities ..read more
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Vegetable and tofu fried rice
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by Mandy Mazliah
1y ago
A delicious and easy recipe for vegetable and tofu fried rice. Easily adaptable and a great midweek dinner that the whole family can enjoy. Ideal for using up leftover rice. Looking for a plant-based family dinner? Need a recipe for leftover rice? Don't know what to feed your vegan or vegetarian kids? Why not give this tofu fried rice recipe a try? It's packed with veg, uses pre-cooked rice and is a good source of vegan and vegetarian protein. Tofu fried rice ingredients For full recipe, ingredients and quantities go to the printable recipe card at the end of this post. Here's what you nee ..read more
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Homemade tortilla chips
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by Mandy Mazliah
2y ago
Did you know that you can make delicious, crispy homemade tortilla chips from a regular packet of wraps? Quick and easy to make, suitable for vegans and perfect for enjoying with your favourite dips. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Affiliate links are marked with * where possible. Looking for something homemade to serve with dips? Got a couple of wraps leftover in the pack that you need to use? Fancy a quick, tasty, savoury snack? Whichever of these is the case homemade tortilla chips are for you. Making chips out of leftover wraps is quick and easy. They take just m ..read more
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Creamy avocado pesto
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by Mandy Mazliah
2y ago
Ripe avocados blended with basil, garlic and pine nuts make the most incredible, creamy avocado pesto. Perfect with pasta. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Affiliate links are marked with * where possible. Ripe avocados are incredibly creamy. This means that they break down very easily when blended or mashed making them perfect for dips like guacamole or for a pasta sauce like pesto. Avocados are a great source of healthy fats and also contain vitamin E and other nutrients. Above all this avocado pesto is really quick and easy to make. It can be easily adapted to suit ..read more
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