Adulthood has changed me – i’m not the fun and spontaneous person i used to be! I have created a new blog with one simple approach which I am certain will work wonders, whatever happens. The hardest part was spending hours on pinterest researching and looking for the best recipes. The pictures in each blog post are taken by me unless otherwise credited, and as such should not be borrowed and used elsewhere without my consent.
From cheese-free cheesecake to delicious enchiladas — whether you’re craving dinner or dessert, these vegan meals are sure to surprise and satisfy. I’ve long been a Veggie Venture fan, but I had not noticed the WW recipes until recently when I joined the plan.
Of course, as I used to blog about on a regular basis, we still get our money off vouchers from both Tesco…. and M&S for using our credit cards. Looking back through my Food Journal I’m noticing that it was pretty darn spartan for a while, but things improved considerably once I reintroduced a bit of fruit and sweet potatoes.
This may be the answer you’re looking for to get your kids to eat homemade bread, I don’t know. I’m probably the last vegan in the northeast to finally try these, but if there’s another person out there: remedy your oversight immediately! Needless to say, this was very trying for our family, especially my husband, his siblings and my sweet Mother in law.
If you’re looking to expand your vegan baking repertoire try Jacqueline Meldrum’s Vegan brownies or Karen Burns Booth’s vegan mushroom pie as a fantastic dinner party centrepiece. We started with the Grilled Tofu Salad, a straightforward veggie salad with lightly grilled tofu triangles and a ginger vinaigrette.