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!
Fried or Baked these FreeFrom Glazed Ring Doughnuts are just as delicious. A soft chewy crust hides a delicate fluffy dough inside, all wrapped up in a sweet, crispy shell of vanilla glaze. And being completely freefrom as well as suitable for vegans they are one treat everyone can indulge in!
Looking for a little afternoon treat with your tea or coffee? Then Millie’s Shortbread Crumble Jammy Cups (Dairyfree, Vegan) with rich shortbread and jammy layer are perfect! And handily were a great way to use up the rhubarb & plum jam I had no jar left for! They are also a great easy activity to keep the little people entertained in the great British Summer Weather we are having!!
*Whispers* AND they are made with wholemeal flour…. but Shhh!!!
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!
Autumn is the season of beautiful fruits and this delicious Vegan Pear, Fig & Ginger Cake is the perfect way to serve up all those slightly over-ripe pears lurking in the fruit bowl! The warm hint of the fresh ginger works really well with the pears and figs without overpowering either of them. This cake is great served warm on a chilly Autumn afternoon with a generous scoop of dairyfree vanilla icecream!
These Healthy Chocolate & Tahini Cookie Dough Balls are soft, chewy and full of crunchy nuts & seeds. They make a great vegan protein packed nutritious post swim snack! They are really cute and because the mixture doesn’t spread they keep their little dumpling shape, they were named Cookie Dumplings by the Peachicks. They are dairyfree, eggfree and glutenfree (contain oats) and are brilliant for lunchboxes and after gym snacks. They are packed with nutrients, although I would recommend leaving the nuts out for school lunchboxes as a lot of schools have no nuts policies. These would also be AMAZING with small apple chunks in it!
Vegan Blackberry & Apple Scones perfect for #NationalAllotmentWeek #NationalAfternoonTeaWeek! You’ve heard of self-saucing puddings well these are scones make their own jam! Perfect for using up windfall apples and beautiful blackberries!
Light & Fluffy Vegan Rhubarb Muffins are packed with oats and covered with a crunchy topping which makes them great for breakfast or afternoon snack. They can be made in one big batch and frozen for a quick grab & go breakfast or lunchbox for the littlies. They are made with vegetable oil and dairyfree milk and are eggfree thanks to the ground chia seeds.