Creamy Mushroom, ‘Bacon’ & Broccoli Spaghetti

I have really been craving this kind of dish lately, is it just me or don’t you just love the strong flavour of mushrooms, and in a sauce that’s creamy without the dairy is AMAZING! My taste buds are tingling at the thought, I just LOVE mushrooms. Below is a simple recipe you can totally use and thank me later…


500g brown rice spaghetti

1 tin coconut milk

1 tsp Oregano

3 tbsp vegan butter

1 tsp Dijon mustard

3 rashers vegan bacon (I used Finnebrogue)

1 head broccoli

500g mushrooms, I used chestnut

80ml veg stock

4 tbsp GF flour

1 crushed garlic clove

1 diced onion

Salt and Pepper


  1. Prepare all your veg by chopping, dicing as needed and boil a full kettle of water so that you are prepared.
  2. To a pan add your broccoli, allow to boil/steam for around 8 minutes or until tender but so it still has a crunch!
  3. Whilst the broccoli is boiling, add oil of choice to a pan and when hot, add your ‘bacon’. Fry on high for around 5 minutes turning halfway through. You want it slightly crispy.
  4. Once the broccoli is drained and bacon is finished, sit them to one side. Now heat another larger frying pan with your vegan butter and add the onion.
  5. After the onion has turned brown, add your sliced mushrooms and garlic, allow them to soften. Then add in your oregano and stir. Whilst this is happening, add your boiled water and spaghetti to a pan and cook accordingly.
  6. Then, add your flour and continuously stir for a minute. Add your coconut milk and vegetable stock, dijon mustard and stir well. This should thicken up slightly after a few minutes while simmering.
  7. Lastly you want to season with salt and pepper, add your broccoli and ‘bacon’. Mix in well then add your drained spaghetti.
  8. Enjoy the creaminess!


THESEEE are a winner, scrumptiously addicting and completely flour free! They are delicious as a snack, breakfast or any time of the day and I promise they will be gone very quickly. Even my absolute non-vegan boyfriend loved them!


1 1/2 cup oat flour (blitz oats)

1 cup ground almonds

1/3 cup cocoa powder

1/4 cup coconut sugar

Pinch vanilla powder

1 Lindt dark chocolate bar 70% or more

Handful hazelnuts

1 tsp baking powder

2 tbsp coconut oil melted

1/2 cup unsweetened oat milk


  1. First of all preheat your oven to 160 fan / 180 conventional and line a large baking sheet with parchment.
  2. Next add all dry ingredients to your bowl apart from the chocolate and nuts. Stir this until fully incorporated the cocoa powder well.
  3. Now mix in all wet ingredients and the mixture forms a dough that comes together. Add in the hazelnuts and break up your chocolate and add in too. Save a little chocolate if you want to do a drizzle once the cookies are baked!
  4. After that, using a tablespoon plop large spoonful’s of the mixture onto your baking sheet making cookie shapes but do not flatten entirely.
  5. Bake for 25-30 minutes.
  6. Allow to cool slightly before doing a drizzle. I find that they seem to taste even more amazing and sweet when left overnight and eat the next day!



2 cups GF oats

1/4 cup ground almonds

1/4 cup GF all purpose flour (I used Bob’s Red Mill)

2 ripe bananas

1/3 cup cocoa powder

1/4 cup coconut sugar

 2 tbsp melted coconut oil

1 cup unsweetened almond milk

Pinch vanilla powder

Pinch cinnamon

1 flax egg

Optional: Lindt dark chocolate with orange pieces (as much of the bar as you like)


  1. Preheat oven to 160 degrees fan/180 conventional and line a loaf tin with parchment paper.
  2. To a bowl mash your bananas and add your flax egg and milk, mix well.
  3. Add everything else except the Lindt chocolate if using, and mix well.
  4. Pour mixture into your lined tin then if using the chocolate break as much up as you want and put into the mixture (or if you want it to be more inside then do this in the bowl before you pour into your tin)
  5. Bake in the centre of your oven for 45 minutes.
  6. Allow to cool slightly before slicing and enjoy!


Who want’s a yummy, gooey and warming cookie that’s quick and easy, ideal for breakfast or a snack? Great, your in for a treat! Have these with your glass of  mylk or tea / coffee and its a win.


2 cups GF oats

1 and half cups plant milk

2 ripe bananas

Half cup dried cranberries

Flax egg

2 tbsp melted coconut oil

1 tbsp cinnamon

Pinch of vanilla powder

Half cup walnuts

1 tsp baking powder

1 tsp bicarbonate of soda


  1. Firstly preheat your oven to 160 fan / 180 conventional and line a large baking tray with baking paper.
  2. To a bowl, mash your bananas and add your flag egg, milk, coconut oil and mix well.
  3. Then add all your other ingredients, ensuring you add the walnuts and cranberries last. Mix well.
  4. Using a spoon, make 9 large cookie shapes but do not flatten them. Bake for 20-25 minutes.
  5. Enjoy fresh or keep covered for 4 – 5 days.



It has been a while since I posted so I do apologise, but I am trying to balance my day job with also blogging! So, here we are, these tartlets are super yummy, require minimal ingredients and have an awesome protein kick without any protein powders! The protein source comes from silken tofu to make the filling…… can you believe it?! I have wanted to use tofu in a dessert for such a long time and it has turned out so well in this recipe.

All you need is 4 tart pans, a food processor and you will be using your oven and freezer.

Makes 4-5



1/2 cup almonds

1/2 cup medjoul dates

1/4 cup millet flakes

1 tbsp peanut butter

2 tbsp maple syrup

1 tsp raw cocoa powder


1 pack of silken tofu (I used Clearspring brand)

1 heaped tbsp raw cocoa powder

1/3 cup maple syrup (you may want to add more during the process so test and see how sweet you want it)

 Optional toppings:


Cacoa nibs


  1. Firstly preheat your oven to 160 degrees fan and decide whether you need to line your tart pans (I didn’t but I advise if you want to take them out to present then do so, unless you have ones that can remove the bottom for easy removal)
  2. To your food processor add all base ingredients and blitz until a dough is formed. Then press the mixture into your tart tins using your hands, don’t make them super thick as you want to pour your mixture into them and still see the nice outer edge of your tarts!
  3. Bake them for 10-12 minutes.
  4. Whilst these are baking, add your filling ingredients to the processor and pulse until a smooth and creamy mixture is formed. Add maple to taste.
  5. Once the bases are baked, allow to cool for about 10 minuets. You then want to pour the filling into each tart evenly and place into the freezer until you want to garnish and serve or for at least 30 minutes.
  6. Top with the raspberries and cacoa nibs and enjoy!!




Thesee turned out delicious, they are perfect paired with the Black Bean Burger (previous post) or topped with absolutely anything you fancy! They are nice and fluffy in the middle and slight crisp to the outside! You could totally turn this mixture sweet and make chickpea pancakes too!


300g gram (chickpea) flour

1.5 tsp baking powder

300ml water

Pinch salt and pepper

1 tbsp parsley

Sprinkle of nutri yeast

Sprinkle Bouillon vegan stock

1 clove garlic minced or use garlic powder

Dash of other spices of choice

Olive oil for frying


  1. Using a large mixing bowl, add in absolutely everything and mix until well incorporated. The mixture will be slightly thick. Allow to sit for 5 mins before you start frying.
  2. Once this has sat, heat your pan on a medium heat with the oil. Using a ladle or tablespoon, plop the mixture in (I made 1 at a time to avoid them joining). You want to keep it at this heat to avoid burning. They need just a minute or 2 each side.
  3. Ensure to scrape away any burnt bit or residue in the pan between each one you fry, this will avoid the outside tasting funny or going more darker in colour!
  4. As each one is done let them rest on a plate and you can serve immediately or store for meal prep! Enjoy:)


These patties are perfectly seasoned and not dry or overly mushy! I had a big plate for lunch with a mixture of things so this is the best photo I got…therefore you must try them yourself 😉 All you need is your food processor and a frying pan, plenty of olive oil and your ready for some easy vegan burgers!

Makes 4-5


1 can black beans drained, rinsed and blotted with paper towel so soak up moisture

1 red pepper

Clove of garlic

1 large spring onion

1/2 tsp garlic powder

1 tsp rosemary

1tsp thyme

Few tablespoons of GF plain flour or gram flour (this is just to help make them more pliable)

Salt and pepper

Dash of paprika

1 flax egg

Olive oil for frying


  1. First you want to roughly chop your veg and ensure all black beans are pretty dried out to prevent extra moisture. Also prepare your flax egg and let it gel together.
  2. Next place everything into your food processor and blitz until it starts to come together, not to much though as you still want a chunky texture!
  3. Now heat up some oil in your pan, use a tablespoon to scoop some mixture in the pan and only press slightly to form burger shapes and fry for a couple minutes each side. The tip is not to keep pushing it down when its frying as this actually causes the mixture to separate or your burger to burn!
  4. Finally when all are cooked you can plate up or store them in your fridge/freezer! Perfect meal prep idea.


Are you a cereal addict? I remember the days (and nights) where I could devour bowl fulls of the stuff but this had a really negative affect on my tummy and caused many issues which were really uncomfortable so I kind of completely cut it out my diet… 😦

But there could be some light at the end of the tunnel because OMG guys if you have not tried to make your own cereal during this lockdown or EVER then you must do now! It is actually super easy and you can make so many variations, much better than the store bought rubbish! I have noticed by making my own cereal it has less of an effect on my stomach as long as I don’t eat to much ha, and it is much healthier for you. I want to make soo many more and share them with you so keep posted to see which ones I come up with.


5 tbsp Tahini

3 tbsp oat milk

Handful raisins

1 tsp baking powder

Half cup millet flakes

1/3 cup almond flour

2 tbsp wholemeal spelt flour

50g melted vegan butter

50g coconut sugar

1/2 tsp cinnamon

Pinch sea salt


  1.  Firstly you want to preheat that oven to 160 degrees fan / 350 Fahrenheit and line a large baking tray or 2 smaller ones with parchment paper.
  2.  In a bowl add all ingredients apart from raisins and stir well until doughy mixture has formed.
  3. Add in your raisins and using your hand incorporate them well as the mixture will be quite wet.
  4. Now make small cereal cookie like shapes with the mixture and flatten on your baking tray. You should make about 30-40. Bake for 10 minutes.
  5.  Allow to cool fully and then enjoy on smoothie bowls, with your fave plant milk, or straight on their own!


I really just had to share this recipe, it was a bit of a test but worked out just lush! Super refreshing and light, so great when the weather picks up and these store super neatly in your freezer. I have been craving lemon and ginger anything but didn’t want to make a cake as I thought it would be to heavy for my tummy, sooo decided to make a bit of a spin off from the RASPBERRY CASHEW ‘CHEESCAKE’ BITES I made a few posts back! These require a food processor, soaked cashews overnight and a loaf pan. Be aware as this was a first go and experiment; that the filling had quite a bit left over so you can always try and incorporate it into another dish! I actually chucked it into some dried fruit spelt buns and they turned out fab!



1/2 cup ground almonds

1/2 cup soaked cashews

1tbsp maple syrup

6 deglet nour dates

1 tbsp ground ginger

1 tsp vanilla powder

Lemon filling:

2 cups soaked overnight then drained cashews

2 whole lemons juice

1 tbsp lemon zest

3 tbsp coconut cream (from top of canned coconut milk)

1 tsp turmeric (for added colour)

Pinch vanilla powder

Pinch sea salt

1/2 maple syrup


  1.  Firstly line a loaf pan with beking paper (although you are not actually baking) this will stop sticking!
  2.  Then place all base ingredients into food processor and blitz until it comes together. Using a spatula press this into your loaf tin.
  3.  Next add all your filling ingredients to the processor until a creamy smooth texture is formed. Then pour this over your base (you will have some left over, you could test using all of it may just make it thicker!
  4.  Freeze immediately and once set slice into squares or bars with a sharp knife.

Hope you enjoy these as much as I do!





ATTENTION! TO ALL CHOCOHOLICS and cake lovers 😀 This is the PERFECT cake for you, it’s easy, refined sugar free, flour free, gluten free and of course vegan!!! Also only 1 bowl needed (we be loving these 1 bowl recipes right?) 

This recipe is slightly adapted from LIVIAS as I am oat intolerant so I use millet as a replacement for this. I must say I am so happy with how well I can use this substitute in my goods, it would be good to know if you guys have any other suggestions too! The cake is still oozing with gooeyness and absolutely delicious, no stodge like you get with regular floury cakes so this is a bonus. I admit I could fully eat the entire thing NO SHAME here…



125g millet flakes

280g cashew butter

185ml maple syrup

250ml almond milk unsweetened

150g ground almonds

35g cacoa powder

Pinch of sea salt


135g almond butter

125ml maple syrup

15g cacoa powder


2tsp coconut oil

2tbsp maple syrup

1/2 cup puffed rice


  1.  Firstly preheat that oven to 160 degrees fan / 180 degrees conventional. Line a 8″ cake tin with parchment and set aside.
  2.  Whisk in a bowl, cashew butter, maple, almond milk and cacoa powder until smooth.
  3. Next add in the ground almonds, millet flakes and salt and use a spoon to stir until batter is formed.
  4. Pour this into your cake tin and bake in the oven for 30 minutes!
  5. Whilst the cake is baking you can make your topping if you are adding the puffed rice. Boil the coconut oil and maple until bubbling then add in your puffed rice stir well. Allow them to caramelise (takes about 2 minutes) but stir every now and again to avoid completely burning. Pour them onto a plate and flatten slightly allowing to cool.
  6.  Once cake is done, allow to cool completely before making the frosting. To do this just mix all the frosting ingredients together, then smother on top of your cake!
  7. Lastly break up your puffed rice, they would have clustered together and sprinkle on top. Serve immediately or keep covered for a few days (I can guarantee this will be eaten day 1!) Happy baking guys!