#CookBlogShare Week 3 – Vegan Comfort Food for Veganuary
A great collection of Warming Vegan Comfort Food recipes to keep you toasty through the worst of the Winter weather!
Plus check out the #CookBlogShare week 3 linky for more delicious recipes!
Happy New Year fellow #CookBlogShare Fans!
And welcome back to The Bakery from all of us here at Peachick HQ – where coffee, cake and snuggly PJ days are always acceptable, nay encouraged! And many thanks to Jacqui & co for trusting me to host another installment of Cookblogshare.
There were so many amazing recipes to choose from last weeks bounty but in the end it was the recent drop in temperatures that shaped the final collection. You see pre-Elodie, I was that crazy person walking down the street in the snow in flip-flops, jeans & t-shirt – maybe a cardie if the wind was particularly wild.
I am that crazy person walking down the street in the middle of the longest heatwave most of us can remember wrapped in my favourite zoodie, with definitely no flip-flops in sight.
And so to say I am struggling to keep warm in the current temperatures is an understatement.
Alongside my fluffy socks, stack of blankets and lots of hot drinks, I find eating a big old bowl of something warming the only way to heat up after a day in the woods at work. I’ve even added a whole new category to the website this week so that all my Vegan Comfort Food Recipes are all in one place! AND have finally managed to perfect Yorkshire Puddings without the dairy and eggs (recipe live now)! All because I’m trying to keep warm!
So add to that its veganuary AND my immune system is not overly happy with a lot of meat at the moment – I have rounded up the best vegan (or easily adapted to be) comfort food from last weeks amazing recipes!
And basically done my meal planning for the week at the same time!
Warming Vegan Comfort Food
So if you are also in need of warming up then check out these lovely recipes! Some of them need a little tweaking to be vegan and you can always add to meat to any of them if you want too!
Whilst soup is not my favourite (I’m a bit weird like that), even I have to admit when you are freezing cold, its a great way to warm you all the way through. This Black Bean & Sweet Potato Soup from over at Searching for Spice looks amazing. So pretty! Corina also says it tastes even better the next day so its a great make ahead if you are meal prepping for the week. The Peas have food flasks so they can have hot food for lunch during the week, and this would be a great choice to fill them up for a busy day at school. I am definitely going to give this a go!
Monika over at Everyday Healthy Recipes added this gorgeous Sweet Potato Mulligatawny Soup and has included recipes for both a chicken stock based and a vegetable stock soup. Look at those colours. Its like a big, old bowl of Sunshine! It warms me up just looking at it! Plus with the addition of basmati rice, it probably would actually fill The Peas up for longer than 5minutes!
Lets face nothing screams warming comfort food than a big bowl of chilli. And this gorgeous Aubergine, Mushroom & Lentil Chilli from Something Sweet, Something Savoury would do the trick perfectly! I can just imagine curling up on the sofa with a bowl of this after a busy day up at No17 piled high on a bed of brown basmati rice or hot jacket potato… And I reckon we’d get the jobs done a lot quicker if we knew we had this to come back too!
Something on Toast
Sometimes the best comfort food, is the simplest. And what could be simpler than sitting down with a nice hot cuppa and a slice of hot toast? This Mushroom Pate from Tin & Thyme, is packed full of beautiful ingredients, like beans & walnuts, so comforting and good for you too! I am definitely going to have to make a big batch of this to eat on a nice slice of toasted sourdough!
#CookBlogShare Week 3 Linky
If you are just here for the yummy recipes and to find something delicious for dinner then feel free to scroll on past the entry rules and get right to the recipes – although if you do find something you like then social shares are always appreciated by us blogger types!
As well as commenting & Tweeting all the lovely recipes linked up this week, I will pin them all to the #CookBlogShare Pinterest Board (and one or two of my own!) but the social love doesn’t stop there.
Don’t forget to:-
- TAG @Jacdotbee @easypeasyfoodie @Monikarecipes on Twitter, using #CookBlogShare hashtag for retweets. AND If you tag @Peachicksbakery in any I will retweet them too!
- ADD #CookBlogShare to your Insta posts so we can all find you! And don’t forget you can also tag them (and me) in the Insta post to make it even easier to find (@easypeasyfoodie @monikaseverydayhealthyrecipes @recipesmadeeasyblog & @Peachicksbakery)
- POST your recipes to the CookBlogShare Facebook Page
One last thing –
If search for #CookBlogShare across social media, you can see all the posts tagged with it. Why not spend a little time exploring & spread a little ‘like/retweet’ love around – but don’t forget some kind of snack while you do it, as it always makes me really hungry! There are nearly 4,000 amazing looking recipes to be discovered on Instagram alone!
I’m sure you’ve read them a few times but for anyone new to #CookBlogShare or those of us (like me) that love a reminder…
- You can link up any foodie posts you have. Both old and new posts are welcome as long as they have not been linked to #CookBlogShare before.
- Link up a recipe or foodie post by clicking the blue ‘add your link’ button below and following the instructions. You can link up to 4 posts.
- Add a link from your post back to this post (so everyone else can find it and link up too!)
- Add the #CookBlogShare badge to your post (Code below – for WordPress copy and paste the code below into the text view of your post).
- Comment on some of the other recipes linked up here (at least 2 for each link you added but the more you can the better) and generally share the love with a bit of social media action!
- Plus comment on either this post or one of the posts labelled HOST in the linky.
- Have fun and get ready to Cook Blog Share
- Add code for the linky badge (this should be done in the text edit view )
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