Polish Raspberry and Rhubarb Yeast Cake

Polish Raspberry and Rhubarb Yeast Cake

This is a typical Polish yeast cake, usually eaten on a Sunday afternoon with a cup of tea or coffee! The cake is very soft and not too sweet. Instead of rhubarb and raspberries, you can also use blueberries or strawberries. Hope you enjoy making and of course eating...
Vegan and Gluten Free Carrot Cake

Vegan and Gluten Free Carrot Cake

Did you know that an average store bought carrot cake can have up to 6 cups of white sugar?! Wow that’s a lot! Do we really need all that sugar?! White sugar may increase your risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. It is also linked to a higher...
Creamy Wild Garlic Mash

Creamy Wild Garlic Mash

Wild garlic is currently in season (March – June) so here is one of my recipes with this lovely wild food! Wild garlic is at it’s most flavoursome when it is bright green and before the flowers open. For this easy recipe, you just need potatoes, dijon...
Padron Peppers

Padron Peppers

You either love or hate tapas … I only became a fan of tapas while walking the Camino Way, every couple of days I would go to a tapas bar and try different dishes, but my favourite was always Padron Peppers… The only problem with them is that they are so...
Vegan Hot Cross Buns

Vegan Hot Cross Buns

A Hot Cross Bun is traditionally eaten on Good Friday and marks the end of Lent. It’s traditionally eaten in the UK, Ireland, Austalia, India and some parts of the USA. These Vegan Hot Cross Buns are a perfect Easter treat. I normally make them a couple of days...
Yellow Split Pea Dahl with Kale

Yellow Split Pea Dahl with Kale

Dahl is a term used for dried, split pulses or legumes such as lentils, beans and dried peas. It is a must-try Indian dish that is easy to make, vegan and protein rich. Yellow Split Pea Dahl with Kale This easy to make dahl is vegan and gluten-free. It's also...
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