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!
Easy Vegan Yorkshire Puddings, crispy on the outside and beautifully fluffy inside. The perfect accompaniment to a Sunday Lunch, sturdy enough to hold a bucket full of gravy and just as good stuffed with bubble and squeak the day after! Vegan comfort food at its best!
These Vegan Candy Cane Cookies with dark chocolate make great festive treats. Dairy free, Nut free and the recipe works just as well with gluten free flour. So simple to make, you can have a batch ready in less than 20minutes! Just add candy eyes, cherry nose & candy cane antlers for cute reindeer cookies, perfect for handing out to the kids teachers and friends!
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!
Vegan Lentil and Vegetable Hotpot a cheap, filling and nutritious dinner that will soon become a firm family favourite or student staple! This delicious veggie bake is piled high with soft, delicate lentils and packed full of sweet veggies galore; all smothered in a thick, warming tomato sauce. And if that wasn’t tasty enough, its all hidden underneath a beautiful crispy, melty cheese potato crust! Dairyfree delcious-ness at its best!
The beautiful flavours in this Herby Slow Roasted Tomato Soup make for a light & comforting autumn lunch that is naturally freefrom and suitable for vegans. It is ridiculously simple to make, packed with flavour, low calorie and is great with pasta too! BEST of all its perfect for batch cooking & freezing for those busy days you need a speedy meal!
Perfect for summer, this Gluten-free Vegan Berry Courgette Loaf is packed full of July’s best seasonal allotment produce. And whether you call them Courgettes or Zucchini, this is a great recipe for using up a glut of them! Their natural sweetness works so well with the wholegrain nuttiness of the Glutenfree Flour and the sour bursts of the blackcurrants hidden in the sponge. And if you can’t get hold of blackcurrants then blackberries or a frozen forest fruit mix would work just as well!
Delicate Individual Glutenfree Vegan Lemon & Elderflower Cakes. Layers of light lemon & Elderflower sponge and a vibrant elderflower buttercream, decorated with a thin layer of fondant and hand-rolled roses. Yes yes I know its ANOTHER Lemon & Elderflower Cake recipe! Why, oh why would I subject you lovelies to YET ANOTHER Lemon & Elderflower Recipe?? Because this one is COMPLETELY FREEFROM all Top14 Allergens… Absolutely no dairy, eggs, gluten, nuts, soy etc etc! Which makes it perfect for serving at your next summer garden party!