I really like pumpkin soup, really like it. I wanted to have a go at making it without cream. Turns out, it is really, really good. If you like pumpkin soup, I highly recommend trying it based on coconut like this, it is amazing.
Of note though, even though it is fairly healthy, the coconut content does mean it is high in saturated fat, so eat responsibly and enjoy. Continue reading Roasted Pumpkin and Coconut Soup
Wifey absolutely loves bread and butter pudding, so I’ve been trying to find a way to make it a bit healthier for us.
A standard bread and butter pudding contains a lot of cholesterol, a lot of butter, milk and cream. There has to be a better way to make it though.
I’ve been doing some hunting around and I found a Thermomix recipe here that I really liked the sound of called a Coconut Caramel Bread and Butter Pudding. I don’t have a Thermomix so that’s a no go, but I thought I’d try adapting it.
Amazing. Continue reading Coconut Apricot Bread and Butter Pudding
I have discovered that somehow we have ended up with 3 bottles of garam masala and 2 of turmeric in the cupboard, so I’ve been looking for recipes that I can use them in. We always enjoy a good Indian dish, and this one uses both garam masala and turmeric so I thought I’d give it a whirl. Continue reading Vegan Coconut-Cashew Korma
I came across this recipe on Facebook for a simple ice block that is absolutely perfect for summer, and very easy to make.
I found though that it also makes a great smoothie base. Just freeze it in ice cube size chunks and add as many to your smoothie as you need to get the desired flavour. Continue reading Vegan Tropical Ice Blocks – Perfect for Summer