Make your own pumpkin pie spice Print Friendly and PDF
Pumpkin Pie Spice Cookies Print Friendly and PDF
Elderberry and blackberry syrup for colds and flu Print Friendly and PDF
Chocolate cappuccino cake Print Friendly and PDF
Almond butter sea salt chocolate chip cookies Print Friendly and PDF
Create your own natural aroma diffuser Print Friendly and PDF
Citrus cleaner Print Friendly and PDF
Chocolate Golden Berry Custard Tart

Dairy free, gluten free, vegan, sugar free. Learn how to make this delicious chocolate golden berry custard tart.

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Spicy Cavolo Nero Crisps

Spicy Cavolo Nero Crisps . Ingredients include, cashew nuts, tomatoes, red pepper, pink salt, yeast flakes…

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Spiced Apple Pancakes

Learn to make delicious spiced apple pancakes for breakfast/brunch. Raw food ingredients include, buckwheat flour, bananas, golden linseed, vanilla extract and salt. Get making.

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The secret of making a fluffy raw cauliflower rice

There has been something of a fashion recently for raw cauliflower rice. Learn the secret of making a fluffy raw cauliflower rice.

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10 Quick Tips for Making Plant Milks

10 quick tips for making plant milks. Plant milks are growing in popularity – from almond to macadamia to cashew milk - there is bound to be a plant-based milk to suit your taste.

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The Macaccino

a delicious plant-based smoothie for people on the go

This is by far my most requested and popular smoothie. Delicious and substantial, it is a smoothie for breakfast or could be a meal replacement. Any left-over smoothie can be frozen into ice lolly (popsicle) moulds – or add less almond milk and you have a delicious ice cream. I’ve used almond milk but it would work equally well with coconut milk or oat milk.

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Cream of Carrot Soup

Cream of carrot soup is surely a classic and this can be achieved without the addition of dairy cream. The soaked cashew nuts will thicken the soup and give it a rich and velvety texture. This will be perfectly balanced with the distinctive flavour of the carrots.

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Rice Milk

a dairy-free, nut-free, soya-free vegan milk

Rice milk is a refreshing plant-based alternative to nut, seed and soya based dairy free milks. It is a useful addition to your culinary armory if you are seeking to avoid dairy, nuts and soya. I’ve sweetened this version, but you could omit the yakon syrup and vanilla for a more neutral flavoured milk for use in savoury dishes.

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How to make Chai spice

Chai spice is easy to make yourself. Simply make up your blend, adjusting the spices to your liking. Combine well and store in an airtight jar until required. For a fresher tasting spice blend, you can grind your own spices. You can use a coffee grinder or a traditional pestle and mortar to grind them separately before measuring the ground spices and blending together.

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Chocolate Almond Butter Bites

a quick and easy gluten free sweet treat

There are some days when you don’t have enough energy to lift a finger or you have so much to do that you don’t have much time but yearn for a chocolatey moreish snack.

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How to make elderflower vinegar

Easy elderflower vinegar for your salad dressings

Elderflower vinegar has a slightly liquorice-like flavour which will add an extra dimension to your salad dressings.

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Asian Style Beetroot Leaves

Eliminate food waste with this easy water saute

Beetroot leaves are often discarded, however this easy cooking technique is a really delicious way to enjoy them. Beetroot leaves have the flavour of spinach, but a more robust texture like some of the more hardy leaves such as kale. 

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