Seedy quinoa with smoky tofu and coconut raita

This beloved pride-and-joy meal was one of my first creations for Hungry for Raw. It was our gluten-free, warm, cooked meal. I would make a large pot of the stuff and garnish it onsite for customers. It’s also a regular dish in my home inspired by a friend who called her version of the base…

30 Second Cheese

I know you don’t have any time to mess about reading a blog post. You. Need. Cheese. Don’t soak your cashews, no one has time for that sh*t. INGREDIENTS 2 cups cashews 1 cup water 1 teaspoon of salt 1/4 cup of lime juice 2 tablespoons of ‘nooch’ (nutritional yeast) INSTRUCTIONS Blend. Serve. Mine blends so…

Quick vegan ice-cream which scoops like a dream.

What a time to be alive. This is my gift to the people. It feels like the pinnacle of my contribution to veganism. I take full credit for the modification of other vegan ice cream recipes into an incredibly simple, quick, cheap recipe – with no fancy ingredients – that scoops directly from the freezer…

Don’t Underestimate This Basic Bowl; Hummus & Sauerkraut Become BFFs

Hummus, sauerkraut, pumpkin seeds, carrot, green beans and cucumber. Sauerkraut is epic with Hummus. Sauerkraut is basically Hummus’ life partner; they were just meant to be together and even though they are both awesome alone neither of them are quite as awesome alone as they are together. Once you enjoy them together you’ll never want…

Raw Pesto ‘Pasta’ with a Side of Baby Tomatoes, Avocado and Alfalfa Sprouts

This yumness  is pretty self explanatory, but those are spiralised zucchini/courgette ‘noodles’ with a heavy serving of raw pesto and a side of avocado, baby tomato and alfalfa. To make pesto blend: 2 large handfuls dry basil leaves (must be dry) 1 generous dash of oil 60-75g cashews generously salt to taste 🙂  ❤

Ooh, it’s frisky… mango, watermelon, and tofu salad!

So, so simple and pretty! This adorable salad is just fried, diced tofu, diced watermelon, diced mango, diced cucumber, on a bed of salad with a side of balsamic. Balsamic vinegar isn’t absolutely necessary as the juicy fruit acts as a lovely dressing. An alternative dressing is to blend tahini and mango with a dash…

LSA-Lemon-Berry Cake with Coconut Cream (Low Sugar)

This is so lovely. This is my first layer cake. ♥ Pretty proud of it actually. Plus; low sugar, low oil. I’m currently experimenting with cakes to see just how low the sugar and oil can go and just how much healthy can be jammed into them without losing the cakey texture and flavour that we love….

Raw-ish Banoffee Pie

Banoffe Pie is notoriously rich and sweet so I really suggest berries here to offset the sweetness. The toffee sauce is next level; count on it. This didn’t take that long to make, I probably spent about 20 minutes in the kitchen.  Dates soften in roughly 5 minutes in boiled water.  Biscuit layer: Some LSA…

Beautiful Raw Chocolate Tart

This is lovely and so easy to make. I’m also happy to feed this to my 15 month old son because it’s not too sweet and all natural! Base: Blend 1/2 cup of LSA, some nuts and seeds, 1 or 2 dates (pitted and soaked for 5 minutes or until it softens) and cocoa. Add…

Pretty Raw Dinner Party

I held a party and the food looks pretty simple – in fact it just looks  like salad – but it wasn’t. The flavours were lovely and each dish was incredibly simple to prepare. So this is my dinner-party turbo blog. Enjoy! Raw food is very quick to make and has speedy clean up time….