Good morning lovely people! Today I am sharing a super speedy recipe and blog post. I have had lots of people connect with me since we released our creamy banana oats and blackberry compote recipe. Many of you are lucky enough to have a great supply of blackberries to use up and you’ve been asking for another simple blackberry recipe. So, here we have it. A super simple, delicious and nutritious blackberry granola recipe. Serve with ample amounts of juicy, plump blackberries and your choice of milk or yoghurt. Enjoy! Help us out! If you have any questions or comments, leave them down below, or shoot us an e-mail! And, as always, if you’re thinking about buying some of the items mentioned in our blog, use our Amazon affiliate links throughout this article or down below; it helps us create content that you like to read or that helps you out, and it costs you nothing — win/win! We appreciate the support.
As the days grow shorter and the evenings become cooler my attention begins to turn to the more comforting things in life. Steamy bowls of slow-cooked food and thick and textured blankets to snuggle under. Sparkly mood lighting, fluffy socks and a good book by my side. I have been known to spend hours pouring over Pinterest, getting caught up in a world of hygge and spice to celebrate the season change and this year has been no different. There really is nothing more inviting than a bowl of warm comfort food, however, this year I have set myself the challenge to stay as plant-based as possible. While there are many recipes out there that fit the ‘healthy’ brief I am craving those oozy, gooey and downright drool-worthy recipes that begin to spring up at this time of year! So, here we have it. The beginning of our Autumn plant-based range. I have put together a large collection of plant-based comfort food for you all to enjoy over the coming seasons to keep you, I and all those other fabulous families out there healthy, happy and as nourished as possible. I can’t promise you that on the odd occasion there […]
I never knew how much fun Halloween could be until I realised we could have it on our own terms! As previously mentioned we are not major Halloween fans, partly due to the ‘not wanting to be scared’ feeling and partly because it seems like a lot of money and unhealthy foods all rolled into one stressed out ball. Not to put a downer on it at all! Hahaha!! Or should I say “Mwah ha ha ha!!” This year we have decided to go all in but in a cute, family fun and healthy food kind of a way. So, we have our games evening planned, we are working on our decorations (watch this space) and today we turned our attention to what we were going to eat. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love a treat as much as the next person but I spend such a lot of time considering my children’s health that I don’t want to undo all of that positive work by then throwing a few bags of sweets at them. On the other hand, I have a heart and would hate the thought of my kids missing out on a festive treat or two. […]
This recipe came about from a spell of eating gluten-free and my golly gosh am I happy that we found it. This recipe is the perfect balance of sweet and tart, gooey and crunchy. If you needed a dish to celebrate the beginning of autumn then this is the one for you. Our delicious plum crumble. I remember as a child having a special treat on a Sunday of a homemade pudding. It would either be trifle, cake or crumble. For those of you who have been following our journey closely, you will note that we have started to veer towards the healthier plant-based recipes recently. We have, however, decided to keep my childhood tradition going strong and have a weekly treat to celebrate the week’s end. This was this weeks treat and it transported me back to the days of old. (Not THAT old, but older than I’d care to mention!) You simply wouldn’t know that this recipe is dairy and gluten free and I’m very proud to be sharing it with you. I hope it brings you a little nostalgia and comfort too. So without further ado… Tag us into your pictures of this dish. I love seeing […]
I can’t believe that this day has finally come. The day when I can say loud and proud that we’ve written a book. A beautiful cookbook that I can’t wait to share with you all. This book has been a labour of love. Hours and hours have gone into these recipes. From the simple ideas in the beginning to the making and taste testing to get each and every recipe just perfect for you all. I am so grateful to my family for all of their support in the making of this book. Without Daddy Journey, the photos and technical side of things would never have been achieved. Without my amazing and very talented brother, we would never have been able to bring you such a creative piece of writing. My beautiful weegans and my super amazing mum have allowed me to spend hours in the kitchen with no complaints eager to taste test every offering without bias. Without them, our recipes wouldn’t have been through such rigorous testing and have pushed me to strive for the best of the best for you all to enjoy. This book is full of over 50, whole food plant-based recipes. They are all […]
🎶Red and yellow and pink and green, purple and orange and blue…🎶 OK, so it doesn’t contain anything blue but when you see this beautiful dish simmering away in front of you, you will really see the rainbow in it. Now, we all know that its great to eat the rainbow. Flooding your body with a whole host of different vitamins and minerals from all of the different coloured foods. This bowl, however, taste like you’ve struck gold at the end of the rainbow too. It is so rich in flavour and texture, it is a real feast for the taste buds as well as the eyes. The gentle heat balances with the creamy coconut. The fragrant ginger works perfectly with the fresh green coriander. Everything in this bowl works so perfectly to leave you with a steaming bowl of ‘feel good’ that the whole family will enjoy. 5 from 1 vote Print One Pot Rainbow Curry This bowl tastes like you’ve struck gold at the end of the rainbow! Ingredients 3 small sweet potatoes 1 large handful black kale 1 courgette 1 red chilli 1 x 400g tin coconut milk 1 x 400g tin chickpeas 1 x 2cm piece […]