Avocados are a fruit that is native to Central and South America and are believed to have been cultivated for over 10,000 years. They are a highly nutritious food and contain lutein, protein, vitamin E, iron, potassium, niacin and healthy polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats. Although avocados are mostly known for their use in… Continue reading Gluten Free Vegan Avocado Chocolate Tart
Vegan chocolate bark is one of my favourite quick and easy recipes to make. This version with cranberries and almonds is delicious and bursting with goodness. My daughter likes to make chocolate bark and I must admit we don't always opt for such healthy additions. Sweets such as jelly beans or marshmallows often feature… Continue reading Vegan Chocolate Bark with Cranberries and Almonds
Many years ago, before having to go wheat and dairy free I once made a delicious pear and polenta cake. I currently have several pears that could do with using, so planned to make it again. I had to tweak the recipe a bit to get it working well. The first attempt was very flat… Continue reading Gluten Free Vegan Pear and Polenta Cake
No bake cakes are quick and easy to make and this vegan and gluten free chocolate fridge cake is no exception. These are good activity for young children as they do not require an oven to be used. Fridge cakes can be varied in many ways to suit your individual or family's taste. Other items such as dried fruits, vegan marshmallows, chopped or whole nuts and flavourings such as mint or orange essence could be added to the mixture.
These dairy and gluten free chocolate crispy squares are suitable for vegetarians and vegans and make a delicious treat at any time. the mini marshmallows melt easier but if you have trouble finding these, normal marshmallows can be cut into small pieces using scissors. To vary the recipe different types of chocolate could be used… Continue reading Dairy and Gluten Free Chocolate Crispy Squares