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Vegan Lemon Drizzle Cake (Dairyfree, Eggfree) from The Peachicks' Bakery. Light & Fluffy and smothered in a zesty lemon icing - perfect for lemon cake lovers everywhere! 6
There is one cake flavour that Elodie loves more than any other - its lemon. So when we were both feeling a bit too rubbish for the zoo this week we spent the afternoon whipping up this very yummy Vegan Lemon Drizzle Cake!  Its dairyfree, eggfree and has got the juice of 3 whole lemons in (and on) it. Lets be honest who doesn't love a good lemon cake? And this Vegan Lemon Drizzle Cake, smothered in zesty lemon icing is a perfect for all occasions! Just add a cuppa (or two)!

Vegan Lemon Drizzle Cake (Dairyfree, Eggfree)


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This Vegan Bailey's Birthday Cake is infused with the flavours of the famous liqueur but without any of the dairy. The sponge is delicately flavoured with whiskey, cocoa and vanilla which compliments perfectly the dairyfree white chocolate, coffee buttercream! With a subtle whiskey hit, this is the perfect cake for any lover of Baileys but definitely not one for the children! The cake was decorated to order with a lilac fondant, peach roses and handmade swirly Peacock Feathers.

Vegan Baileys Birthday Cake Filled with Creamy Dairyfree White Chocolate, ...


Sleeping Beauty Birthday Cake - An Easy Layered Vegan Angel Cake 7
It's official, the Ginger Peachick is 4! Obviously the occasion calls for cake and here it is - The Ginger Peachick's Sleeping Beauty Birthday Cake - An Easy Vegan Layered Angel Cake, flavoured with blackcurrant, lemon and vanilla & sandwiched with jam, cocoa buttercream and fresh strawberries. Handily made with two tiers so you can eat the bottom layer leaving the top tier as a pretty standalone cake!

Ginger Peachick’s Sleeping Beauty Birthday Cake – Easy Vegan Layered ...



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Can't decide between vanilla or chocolate cake? Why not have both with this Chocolate & Vanilla Vegan Marble Cake! Pretty, easy to make & sure to impress! All you need is a piping bag of each batter which you then Jackson Pollack into the tin and swirl together with a skewer or knife! Just fill with buttercream and/or jam plus some fresh fruit if you fancy it and you'll have a beautiful cake to share with friends. It definitely went down well when the Peachicks and I met up with some friends & their little people at the weekend!

Chocolate & Vanilla Vegan Marble Cake


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Creamy Cheesy Vegan Potato & Kale Spring Salad, perfect way to banish those winter blues and full of immune boosting vitamins to keep the bugs away! This dish is freefrom most of the Top14 allergens as its freefrom dairy, eggs & soy as well as gluten (check cornichon ingredients) but noone will be able to tell the difference! This is a great stand alone salad that is delicious warm and even better cold the day after. It also makes a great side dish to your favourite grilled fish, meat or vegan alternative. The yoghurt dressing can be made in a big batch and kept for dunking veggies in for the rest of the week!

Creamy Cheesy Vegan Potato & Kale Spring Salad with Tesco.


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Light and fluffy, Vegan Cheese & Chive Scones. Dairyfree but full of flavour thanks to the vegan parmesan & fresh chives! Most people will be familiar with those sweet or fruit filled ones but have you ever tried a Savoury scone? Yum! These Vegan Cheese & Chive Scones are great with slow cooker stews or even better a nice hot bowl of my Creamy Vegan Butternut Squash Soup.

Vegan Cheese & Chive Scones (Dairyfree, Soyfree)



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This Vegan Vanilla Victoria Sponge is super easy to make. It's also light and fluffy but sturdy enough to filled & covered in fondant for special occasions! This recipe makes one 20cm cake which you can slice into 2 or 3 ready for filling with jam & buttercream. You can also easily vary the flavour of this basic sponge recipe by using nut milks or adding coffee, chocolate or citrus zests! It is dairyfree, eggfree, nutfree and easy to adapt to Glutenfree, by replacing the flour with the same quantity of Doves farm glutenfree flour.

Essential Allergy Friendly Recipes: Vegan Vanilla Victoria Sponge Cake


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My Essential Vegan Christmas Cake Biscotti make very pretty edible presents. Christmas is a great time of year but with all those extra presents to sort out for the kids teachers, friends and other randoms, handmade gifts are an ever popular idea. My best advice is something that can be made in bulk, in advance and with extra ingredients that can be changed depending on what is in your cupboard! And here it is - my Essential Vegan Christmas Cake Biscotti Recipe, can be made in advance and kept in pretty cellophane bags ready to hand out (also makes lovely goodie bags!) These have all the flavours of Christmas Cake in a yummy, dunkable biscotti filled with cranberries, dark chocolate chunks and brazil nuts then topped with white chocolate drizzle and grated lemon zest!

Vegan Christmas Cake Biscotti (Dairyfree, Soyfree, Eggfree)


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Peachick Approved: Vita Coco drinks! We are great fans of coconuts in this house and use them in a variety of forms; flour, milk, oil, you name it we use it!  So you can imagine how excited The Peachicks were when they received a pretty package of lovely Vita Coco Drinks! Coconut milk is a great dairy alternative and is fab in smoothies but somedays are just not smoothie days (although these make a great base for one!) Vita Coco drinks are made with a base of coconut water blended with coconut and/or fruit puree to make a variety of tasty flavours – we tried the pineapple, peach & mango, and chocolate drinks; alongside one of the Vita Coco Cafe drinks, containing coffee and skimmed milk. ** Images c/o VitaCocoUK ** These drinks come in a variety of sizes, the smallest being the 330ml cartons with screw top lid, perfect for […]

Peachick Approved: Vita Coco Drink Review



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Christmas is nearly upon us… yep I’ve said it! And the weather, even down here, has turned cold. This One Pot Slow Cooked Ham in a Dairyfree, Creamy Sage Sauce is the perfect dinner to warm everyone up on a cold winters day. Peachicks are big fans of ham joints, you know the big ones that are roasted, basted & glazed for the Christmas celebrations! Well they are actually a really lovely, cheap and fuss free way to feed the family the whole year through.   Its also quite nice to arrive home from work and have food already sorted so happily this dish works as well in a casserole dish on the hob (1hour) or in a slow cooker left to its own devices for the day on low! AND bonus – not only does it all cook in one pot but this is a very cheap family […]

One Pot Slow Cooked Ham with a Creamy Sage Sauce ...