Easy Dairy Free Flapjacks. Soft, chewy flapjacks, full of oats and golden syrup. Just 4 ingredients, simple to make and perfect for lunchboxes or with your afternoon coffee. Soy Free, Nut Free and suitable for vegans too.
Cheese & Tomato Scones are packed full of fresh herbs, smoky chilli flakes and a striking Autumnal orange colour. They are great for dunking in soup as these days turn cold but are definitely best eaten warm so the cheese is still oozy! Use whichever cheese you like, dairyfree, vegan or otherwise, they all work just as well!
These Sweet Spiced Fig Muffins are inspired by a magical weekend with the Free From Gang at Domaine du Pignoulet, in gorgeous Gascony. They are packed full of the good stuff but low in refined sugar thanks to a wholegrain flour and grated apple sponge. Dairyfree, eggfree Glutenfree and suitable for vegans, these are the perfect post-workout treat or grab & go breakfast. Stuffed full of jammy fresh figs, sweet dried fruit, spicy crystallized ginger and crunchy mixed seeds all with a sour hit of pink grapefruit!
Filled with flavours of the Mediterranean, this Dairyfree Cheese & Onion Wholemeal Quick Bread is a speedy, hearty lunchbox lifesaver. Soft, fluffy bread full of dairyfree cheese, red onion and olives, topped with a crunchy mix of oats & seeds. AND from mixing bowl to baked in less than 40minutes! This is the perfect recipe for last minute lunchboxes or dunking in soup. Or cut into individual scones for a savoury afternoon tea treat this Mother’s Day!
These truly are Easy Glutenfree Vegan Scones. Soft & fluffy with a beautiful nutty flavour from the wholegrain flour and simple to make just mix and tip onto a tray! Packed full of nutrients with endless flavour combinations these make a great addition to lunchboxes as well as a quick afternoon treat!
These Easy Vegan Oat & Raisin Cookies are crisp, chewy and filled with soft sultanas AND they are really easy to make too! With a subtle hint of cinnamon they are sure to become a firm favourite in any house. They may not be the healthiest addition to school lunchboxes but great for an occasional treat! Switch out the sultanas for an equal weight of your favourite dried fruit or nuts. For a festive Christmas treat substitute the cinnamon for ginger and the sultanas for cranberries or glace cherries!
Who said eating your veggies needed to be boring! These pretty little veggie fritters are completely customisable. Using up whatever veggies are lurking in the fridge or is to hand up on the allotment. With only 3 ingredients (yes I’m counting veggies as 1!) and taking less than 10 minutes to whip up on a portable gas stove, they are a great for a quick lunch when starvation strikes up on the allotment! We keep a stock of glutenfree flour in a sealed plastic container in the shed along with a non-stick frying pan and add whatever veggies are in season!
Is it just me or do work lunches get really boring? During the holidays I have loads of time but when I am at work, I just seem to get stuck in a rut of the packing the same old things OR worse just don’t bother taking any at all. And as for breakfast… its usually a coffee in my trusty travel mug, hastily drunk cold the other end of my m27 communte!
So when Indigo Herbs sent me a load of lovely ingredients I knew exactly what to make! I give you my quick & easy Cherry Cacao Quinoa Bars, glutenfree, vegan and with a generous drizzle of melted chocolate and scattering of crunchy cocoa nibs. Perfect for a grab & go breakfast or for making lunchboxes a little bit more exciting. These were also very nice mid-afternoon with a cup of coffee!