On my quest to come up with a variety of protein rich vegan bread spreads, I made this white bean, pea and mint dip. Let me know if you like it!
Today, I have another quick blender recipe for you to spice up what's left of your Monday!
I tried to make a cheese-free, blender only alternative to the cheesy baked spinach and artichoke dip, and this is what came out. It definitely doesn't taste the same, but it's still a delicious dip and an alternative for vegans or anyone who cannot eat dairy for other reasons!
Who doesn't like hummus? It's quick, delicious, versatile and goes with several dishes. Served with bread or vegetable sticks, it's perfect for a quick snack, and it's always a crowd pleaser at parties. Unfortunately, store bought hummus often comes with several unnecessary and unhealthy ingredients. Many times, there's even added sugar in it! If you'd like a healthier version, try this recipe. You'll have healthy home made hummus in just five minutes!
Make these layered heart biscuits for yourself or a loved one if you feel like a special treat! They're almost too pretty to eat, but taste amazing too.
If you like matcha, chai flavour and chocolate, and if you would like to try something a little experimental, this "chocolate" bark recipe is for you!
It doesn't always have to be meat! If you are looking for a quick and tasty alternative to meat in a meal or if you're cooking for vegetarians and don't know what to make, look no further.
Do you like warming, wintery flavours in your drinks or food? Are you a fan of chai lattes? Then try this homemade chai spice mix so you can make your own!
Who doesn't like pesto? It's an easy way to add some taste to pasta or gnocchi, it's not too difficult to make and it usually is a crowd pleaser; especially if it's homemade. Give this one a try!
These protein pancake squares with matcha make for a great Sunday breakfast. They're easy and quick to make and can even be prepared the day before.