Dairy Free Asparagus & Cheese Scones with their delicate asparagus slices, pockets of melty cheese and pretty little flecks of green chives are a beautiful variation on a vegan cheese scone. Delicious, fluffy, savoury scones, worthy of any luxury vegan afternoon tea. Use goats cheese (or dairy free alternative) for a sharper flavour or add finely diced red onion for extra colour! Best eaten warm while the cheese is still melty, stuffed with more dairy free cheese and a caramelised red onion chutney or good old pickle.
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.
Fed up of the Vegetarian alternative at a BBQ being Mushrooms or worse Soya based? Then look no further because July is #FreefromBBQs month and here is my beautiful contribution… #FreeFromBBQs: BBQ Apricot & Nectarine ‘Steak’ Salad. The ‘steak’ in this case being lightly charred stone fruits, delicately flavoured with Lemon Thyme from No17. The texture of the fruit ‘steaks’ makes them a great meat alternative and no soy or mushrooms in sight! It is perfect for any summer get together with friends or family as it is Eggfree, Glutenfree and soyfree. This would also make a delicious centrepiece to a vegan BBQ spread, by swapping the Feta for soyfree, vegan cheese!
In need of a Lunchbox Lifesaver? Then look no further than this yummy Sultana Tea Loaf! Full of plump juicy sultanas surrounded with a moist, soft sponge and topped with crunchy granola. Best of all it is Dairyfree, Eggfree, Vegan & will last all week in an airtight tin, so you can bake a batch on Sunday ready for the week ahead!
These delicate Olive & Lemon Savoury Snack Crackers are Dairyfree & suitable for Vegans. Flaky, crumbly crackers full of delicious green olives, lemon zest and a subtle hint of sour pickle juice; these are the perfect partners for your favourite dairyfree cheese or smashed avocado and easy to make too! The basic dough is 50% wholemeal and made from just 3 ingredients (flour, baking block & water). Best of all these can be flavoured anyway you want – so go get creative! We’d love to see your favourite flavour combinations!
It’s been a while since the first #RecipeRefurb Challenge, where I updated one of most visited recipes on the Peachicks’ Bakery – Slow Cooked Rosemary & Garlic Lamb Breast. The Peachicks and I have been enjoying some quality time together over the Easter holidays AND you may have noticed a few posts about our new allotment too! This time it’s the turn of these Chewy Apple & Sultana Flapjacks, which are a perfect snack for a day digging on the allotment!
These Dairyfree Sultana Teacakes are made with a dough enriched with sultanas, Koko Dairyfree and Vitalite Spread, making them dairyfree, eggfree and suitable for vegans too! April is here and I actually can’t quite believe I am saying this… not only is Easter is […]
These Vegan Olive Tomato & Basil Swirls are full of lovely Mediterranean flavours and perfect to show off the fruity flavour of Olive Oil. They are dairyfree, suitable for vegans and easy to make gluten-free by using suitable puff pastry. Gluten free pastry is becoming more readily available in supermarkets but check the ingredients its not always soyfree or vegan.