• Bircher Muesli

    by Lea Jacobsen

    Start your morning off right with delicious, healthy Bircher muesli featuring autumn’s star crisp, sweet apples. The ULTIMATE overnight oats, Bircher muesli is a perfect make-ahead breakfast for busy people and will keep you full for hours. It’s customizable, only takes 5 minutes to throw together, and super creamy without any dairy…

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  • Simple Pear Pie

    by Lea Jacobsen

    This vegan shortcrust pear pie is straightforward, easy to make, and simply delightful. Sweet pears are encased in a buttery soft pastry and baked until perfect tenderness. For pear season, it’s the perfect simple dessert that everyone will enjoy, especially served with a dollop of vegan whipped cream or scoop of vanilla ice cream…

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  • Sweet Potato Pudding

    by Lea Jacobsen

    Look no further for your new go-to autumn breakfast – this less-than-5-ingredient Sweet Potato Pudding made in 5 MINUTES is creamy, sweet, nourishing, and will make you ~glow~ for the colder months to come, plus it has the most BEAUTIFUL orange colour, perfectly matching the outdoor scenery. Oatmeal is out…

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  • Mexican Cornbread

    by Lea Jacobsen

    ~Festive~ Mexican cornbread loaded with sweetcorn, black beans, chilli, and coriander, perfect for soaking up the flavours of any saucy chili. This is NOT your typical cornbread – it’s extra loaded and healthy with lots of flavours and textures. Spice up your Mexican feast with this AMAZING sweetcorn bread. I got…

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  • Chili Con Soy

    by Lea Jacobsen

    1-pot goodful chili made with soya granules instead of carne, the perfect Mexican meal served with vegan sour cream, creamy avocado, and Mexican Cornbread – a family favourite AND crowd-pleaser, ready in only 30 minutes! Super easy, flavourful, and comforting!! Make a big batch and freeze leftovers for an easy dinner on a chilly night. Chili con soy + cornbread…

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  • Homemade energy bars made with 3 different dried fruits: figs, apricots, and dates – LOVELY combo. Along with almond and coconut, these bars are chewy, sweet, and packed with energy and fibre. Whizz up everything in your food processor, let it set in the fridge, slice into bars, and pop one in your lunch box for a healthy snack on the go…

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  • A soft, moist banana bread with chewy bits of walnut and a slight warmth of cinnamon that can be ready to be taken out of your oven in 1 hour. Made with whole grains and natural sweeteners, you can eat feel good munching down a few slices of this slathered with nut butter for breakfast and any other time of the day…

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  • Easy 5-ingredient hummus recipe that, despite being oil-free, has the best creamy consistency. Spread on toast, use on your random buddha bowls, and dip veggie stick and crackers into this plainly delicious hummus – it’s so versatile and great to make a batch of and keep in the fridge every week for a convenient creamy condiment…

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