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90. Anzac Biscuits

Mmm, I love these syrupy, coconutty, biscuitty discs of delightfulness <3

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The hubby does too – I’ve had to make these 3 times this week!

My original inspiration for this recipe was off the BBC Good Food recipe. But they were pretty easy to veganise.
And if you can live without harming others, why wouldn’t you?

Anzac Biscuits:
Ingredients
85g porridge oats
85g desiccated coconut
100g plain flour
100g sugar
110g vegan marge (plus a little extra for greasing your baking trays)
1 tbsp. golden syrup
1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
1 tsp apple cider vinegar

Method
Pre-heat the oven to 180oC.
In a large bowl, mix the oats, coconut, flour, sugar and bicarbonate of soda.
In a small pan, melt the marge before stirring in the syrup until completely mixed. Stir in the apple cider vinegar.
Create a well in the dry ingredients and slowly pour in the marge mixture whilst stirring. Keep on stirring until all of the marge has been absorbed.
The mixture will seem a little dry but that’s ok. You should be able to roll heaped-teaspoon amounts into balls.
Place each ball onto a greased baking tray and squish down into a thick disc shape (around ¼ inch high). The key is to squash as flat as you can without causing the edges to over crack – you want to maintain a round shape.
Remember to leave room in between each biscuit to allow for spreading.
Put into the oven for 12 minutes.
Halfway through cooking, squish each biscuit with the back of a spatula to flatten them down.
Keep an eye on the biscuits in case they cook faster than the 12 minutes. You can tell when they are done because they will be a beautiful golden brown and won’t squash any flatter when you press them with the spatula.

They got the Liz seal of approval! :D

They got the Liz seal of approval! 😀

 

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71. Cheezy biscuits

I’ve had such a lovely weekend 🙂

On Friday I went to The Ship at Lathom’s 4th Annual Beer and Pie Festival with the Hubby, my Bestie and her Fella. Unfortunately I was unable to find a vegan friendly beer there (I emailed most of the breweries who were taking part who all confirmed that isinglass was used in the fining process) however all the ciders were safe and there were not one, but TWO vegan pies!!! And I made the discovery of the decade… I like mushy peas! I’ve hated them since childhood but something told me to give them another chance, and I’m so glad that I did.

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Spicy bean and mushroom pie, topped off with mushy peas and washed down with a “Strawberry Fields” cider.

We stayed over at the Bestie’s house so on Saturday (after a lovely breakfast of croissants, crumpets and cinnamon rolls) we trotted off to Southport to do some shopping followed by a fabulous tea at a Turkish restaurant called Havin. We had hummus and Patlican Tarator (sans yoghurt) with bread for starter followed with the Sebze Guvec (sans feta). The day was completed with a nice walk up the pier and a scout around the arcades.

I’ve had a mostly lazy day today, although I have been experimenting in the kitchen. I made bread rolls and seitan but today I am sharing my cheezy biscuits recipe!

Cheezy biscuits

Ingredients:

1 x cup all-purpose white flour
¼ x cup vegan marg
¼ x cup water
½ x tbsp. miso paste
¼ x cup nutritional yeast
½ x tsp garlic powder

Method:

Put all of the ingredients into a bowl and mix until a smooth dough is formed.

Roll out onto a lightly floured surface and cut out the crackers using a knife or pizza cutter.

Place each cracker onto a greased baking tray and prick with a fork.

Bake for 12 – 15 minutes at 180oC (until golden brown and slightly puffy).

Carefully transfer onto a wire rack and allow to cool.

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I intend on taking mine to work and eating with Toffuti cream cheese and a little mango chutney.

Hope you had a great weekend too!

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69. Lemon and poppy seed cupcakes

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Have you ever booked a weekend away and picked the hotel purely on the basis that it was in the same city as a café that sells vegan cupcakes…. only to find out that the café was sold 2 months’ earlier and now isn’t even vegetarian?!

That was my valentine’s weekend, haha! Aww well, we still had a lovely time 🙂

We went to Derby and despite a distinct lack of cake; I still managed to gorge myself silly. On the first night I enjoyed a lovely okra jalfrezi at Balti International (all dishes are cooked with veggie oil rather than ghee, apart from the butter chicken which obviously I wasn’t likely to order).Second night I had a fabulous Chinese meal at Excelsior where I had vegetarian hot and sour soup, choi sung and a mountain of sweet and sour tofu. I was VERY impressed by the owner’s knowledge of what was in each dish.

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Veggie hot and sour soup

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veggie choi sung

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sweet and sour tofu

 

Final day we stopped off at Café Yaffle where my omni hubby shocked me by sharing a couple of (very yummy) vegan cheese toasties with me (one with sausage and pickle, the other with pizza-cheese and tomato).  I also raided the shelves of Soundbites, an adjacent vegan store with a fantastic range of goodies. So all in all it was a pretty good trip!

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Harvest and pizza toastie

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vegan sausage, cheese and pickley goodness

 

Anyway, hubby bought me a silicone cupcake kit for Christmas so I decided to christen it by making lemon and poppy seed cupcakes. I loosely based the recipe on this non-vegan version and I have to admit that I was pretty smug about the result! Seriously soft and fluffy but delightfully tangy and not too sweet… I ate 7 out of 12, whoops! And my favourite part? They rose! It might be pancake day today but these beauties were most definitely NOT vertically challenged!

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super fluffy! ♥

 

Lemon and poppy seed cupcakes:

Ingredients (Makes 12):

13/4  x cups self-raising flour

1 x tbsp. slightly toasted poppy seeds (cook in a dry frying pan on a medium heat for 1 – 2 mins)

3/4  x cup sugar

Zest of 2 un-waxed lemons

3 x tsp No-Egg  in 6 x tbsp. water  (whisked together until white and frothy)

1 x tsp baking powder

1/3 x cup soya yoghurt (or any other dairy-free variety)

½ x cup vegan friendly marg

1/3 x cup soya milk (or any other dairy-free variety)

Juice of 1 lemon

Also: 12 x cupcake cases. I used silicone.

Method:

Preheat oven to 180oC.

In a large bowl, mix the flour, zest (reserve a quarter for decoration), poppy seeds and baking powder. Sift the flour if you want, but I didn’t bother.

In another bowl, electric-whisk up the No-Egg and water before adding the marg, followed by the sugar, yoghurt, milk and finally the lemon juice.

A spoonful at a time, add the dry ingredients into the wet and gently fold in. A silicone spatula is great for this

Using a couple of teaspoons (one for scooping, one for scraping), distribute the mixture evenly between the 12 cupcake cases.

Put in the oven and bake for 15 mins or until golden brown. A skewer should come out clean when inserted into the centre of each.

Allow to cool on a wire rack.

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These cakes are so tasty that they don’t really need icing. However, just to pretty them up, I added a small swirl of the following onto each and topped with some extra poppy seeds and a sprinkling of zest:

Icing

Ingredients:

4 x tbsp. icing sugar

1/3 x cup vegan friendly marg

½ x cup vegan cream cheese (I used Violife – now available in some Tesco stores!)

Juice of ½ lemon

 

Method:

Whizz together the marg, cream cheese and lemon juice using an electric mixer. Whizz in the icing sugar, cover and pop in the fridge for 20 mins or so. Once the cupcakes are COMPLETELY COOLED you can either spoon or pipe a small amount of icing onto each cake.

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Perfect with a cup of tea!

 

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62. Vegan mince pies

NOTE – This recipe used to include a method for making vegan brandy butter. However my 2nd attempt failed miserably so I have withdrawn the recipe until I have had chance to retry! 

 

I hate Christmas!!!

Maybe it would be better if I had kids so I could watch them enjoy the magic, but to me it is just a season of waste: wasting food, wasting money and wasting time!

The ridiculous amount of food that remains uneaten and gets thrown away unnecessarily. The obligation to buy people presents and struggling to come up with something they actually want and will use. The stress of spending hours that you don’t have, wrapping presents and hoovering up glitter…. Rargh!!

HOWEVER, all that said, I AM a sucker for a mince pie ;o)

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The inlaws are staying at ours this year so I am trying to make an effort and not be miserable. So, I am trying to be super organised so I don’t have to add stress to the equation. I’ve made and frozen (or eaten!) 92 mince pies already so I’m well prepared should we have any unexpected visitors or should we feel peckish on an afternoon.

One has to be careful with mince pies of unknown origin – there is a risk of there being butter and maybe even lard in the pastry and the mincemeat itself may contain animal suet.

Lucky for me, my age-old mince pie recipe happened to be “accidentally vegan” so I’ve not had to change a thing since giving up animal products, hoorah!

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Vegan mince pies (makes 12)

Ingredients:

260 g plain white flour plus extra to dust

65 g vegan friendly marg (I used Stork – the block, NOT the tub)

65 g vegan shortening (I used Trex)

Pinch of salt

Cold water to bind

Jar of vegan friendly mincemeat (I used an 822g jar from Costco – this should be more than enough)

Icing sugar for dusting (optional)

Method:

Put the flour in a large bowl.

The marg and shortening should be completely chilled in the fridge before using. Add to the flour and use a butter knife to chop into chunks.

Using your fingers, rub the marg and shortening into the flour. Keep going until you have made soft, golden breadcrumbs.

Add a little bit of cold water at a time and knead into the breadcrumbs until a soft dough is formed. It shouldn’t take too much water to form the dough so be really careful not to to overdo it. The amount of water can vary depending on the absorbency of the flour, which can differ from bag to bag.

Cover the pastry with clingfilm and leave in the fridge for an hour.

Pre-heat the oven to 190oC

Flour a flat, clean surface and a rolling pin. Take the pastry out of the fridge and roll out until around 1/8th inch thick. Using a pastry cutter, cut out 12 circles and place each into the hole of a patty-pan (good pastry shouldn’t stick so you shouldn’t have to grease the tin, however if you’re worried, it won’t hurt).

In each case, add around 2 heaped teaspoons of mincemeat. The secret is not to use too much or else the mincemeat will bubble up and burn and make a mess of your pastry! Trust me, less is more!

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Using a star shaped cutter (or a small round cutter if you want a more traditional pie) cut out 12 tops and place on top of the pies.

Put the pies in the oven and bake for 10 mins.

I like to scoop my pies out of the tin using a spoon before placing on a cooling rack. It’s a good idea to carefully remove the pies whilst they are still hot as any excess mincemeat will cool down and stick the pies to the sides of the tin.

Once cooled, either eat or freeze for later. They look extra pretty if you sprinkle some icing sugar on top using a sieve.

If only everything about Christmas was this sweet!

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59. Vegan, baked mini jam donuts

Does anyone have one of these things?

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My QVC shop “bargain”. I paid a tenner for this, I have used it once…

 

If not…. Don’t bloody bother! :p

Well, perhaps I’m being a bit harsh, but let me explain.

My BFF challenged me to make some scrummy vegan donuts. I wanted to make them a bit healthier than normal so I decided the way forward was to bake them rather than frying. If I were to deep fry my donuts I would have had my oil heated to 190oC, so it makes sense to bake them in the oven at the same temperature. My fandangled cake maker however doesn’t heat up that hot, so I found it impossible to get my little donuts to go golden brown.

I had no problem when I re-made them in a patty-pan tin in the oven though, hooray!

(And even if they weren’t golden brown, they were still pretty delicious…)

 

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Recipe makes 12

Baked vegan donut recipe

Ingredients:

1 x cup plain flour

1/3 x cup sugar

1 ½ x tsp baking powder

1 x tsp “No-Egg” whisked up with 2 tbsp water until fluffy

1/3 x cup non-dairy milk

¼ x cup melted vegan marg

1 x tsp vanilla extract

1 x tbsp. jam (I used wild blueberry and seedless raspberry)

½ x tsp apple cider vinegar

 

To coat:

½ x cup caster sugar

¼ x cup melted vegan marg

 

Method:

– Preheat the oven to 190oC

– Grease up your patty-pans (even if they are non-stick). You’ll need 12 holes.

– Sift the flour and baking powder into a bowl and add the sugar.

– In a separate bowl, whisk the No-Egg, marg, vanilla extract and apple cider vinegar

– Fold the dry ingredients into the wet until a smooth, thick-but-pourable batter is formed.

– Split 2/3s of the batter among the patty-pan holes.

– Add a little blob of jam to the centre of each batter-filled hole. If you’re using a more solid jelly-like jam, you can just use the back of a teaspoon to push the blob into the batter. If you’re using a more runny jam, you may want to attempt to create an indent to the centre of each donut first, just to make sure it stays centralised.

– Cover each jam blob with the remaining batter. You’d shouldn’t be able to see any jam!

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– Cook for 10 – 12 minutes.

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This photo demonstrates why its important not to overfill your jam donuts – otherwise you’ll end up with little jammy volcanoes!

– Remove from the oven and cool for 5 mins before brushing with melted marg and tossing in caster sugar.

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I warn you, both times I have made these, me and the hubby have scoffed the whole batch within 20 minutes, whoops!

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53. Rocky Road

 

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So, it’s my birthday next week but since I shall be celebrating the occasion by skiving work, I figured I had best bring my cakes in tomorrow instead. I pushed the boat at this year as I’m fed up of being asked what I eat. Hopefully this will help to persuade some people that a) I don’t live off dust and b) being vegan doesn’t mean I have to miss out!

I made a Bakewell tart, a Lotus Biscoff and chocolate spread cake and the pièce de résistance, vegan rocky road!

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Bakewell Tart

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Lotus Biscoff and chocolate spread cake

My rocky road recipe is an incredibly easy one, so easy in fact that I didn’t think it warranted a recipe. But since posting a few pictures around social media I have been inundated with requests for the recipe, including the makers of the veg*n marshmallows I used, Freedom Mallows (http://www.freedommallows.com/). I am so happy that Holland and Barratt started selling these babies, although I was sad that they didn’t have the strawberry ones in last time I visited. The vanilla ones are delightful but I think the strawberry ones would have looked and tasted fab. If only I hadn’t scoffed the entire bag I got in my Vegan Kind box this month (http://www.thevegankind.com/). Live and learn!

Easy peasy, dirty and sleazy (but oh so yummy! ), my vegan rocky road recipe…

Ingredients:

2 x tsp Vegan marg
350 g Vegan milk chocolate
25 g Vegan white chocolate buttons (chopped in half)
1 x bag Veg*n friendly marshmallows (I used Freedom Mallows – chopped into halves)
5 x Oreos (any biscuit would work – chopped up)
4 x Hobnobs (chopped)
100 g Glace cherries (make sure they aren’t coloured with beetles! – chopped into halves)

 Method:

Line a 7.5” x 7.5” baking tin with Clingfilm and leave to one side.

Put a pan of water onto a low heat and pop a heatproof bowl on top.

Break up the chocolate and add to the bowl. Leave until it begins to go melty then add the marg and give it a stir.

Gently stir (a rubber spatula is best) until the chocolate is completely melted and glossy looking, then take the bowl off the pan.

Chuck in all the other ingredients (although save around 1/3 of the Oreos, cherries , buttons and marshmallows to decorate). Stir until thoroughly covered in chocolate.

Pour into the baking tin and spread around with the spatula.

Sprinkle the reserved ingredients on top and press down slightly to make sure they stick.

Pop in the fridge for around 2 hours or until the chocolate has set hard.

Using a nice big, smooth edged knife, chop up the rocky road into bite sized pieces.

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>>>>Warning, finished product contains an obscene amount of calories! I cannot be held responsible for any abuse inflicted on people’s waist bands after consumption of this snack <<<<

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52. Chocolate and Lotus Spread cinnamon cake

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It’s my birthday at the end of the month so I’ve been trialing a few cakes. I want to try and persuade my work colleagues that vegans don’t just live off dust 😉

I’d heard very good things about the new Lotus Biscoff Spread (http://www.lotusbiscuits.co.uk/lotus-products/spreads/) via the Vegan Groups on Facebook, so when I saw a jar in the shops I couldn’t resist. Facebook was right, this stuff is gorrrrrgeous! So gorgeous in fact that I had to invent a cake to put it into. This one is definitely a contender for the birthday bake-off!

Chocolate and Lotus Spread cinnamon cake:

Ingredients:

¾ x cup vegan marg
¾ x cup sugar
3 x tsp “No Egg” in 6 tbsp. water (http://www.orgran.com/products/174/)
4 x tbsp. soya milk
1 x tsp cider vinegar
1 1/3 x cups self-raising flour
1 x tsp baking powder
2 x tsp cinnamon
2 x tbsp.   Lotus Biscoff spread (plus extra for decorating)
2 x tbsp.   Vegan friendly chocolate spread (have a Google search if you don’t already have a favorite brand!)

Method:

Preheat the oven to 180oC

Put the marg, sugar, No Egg, soya milk and cider vinegar into a bowl and whizz up until a pale batter is formed (it might look slightly “curdled” but don’t worry).

In another bowl, mix the flour, baking powder and cinnamon together.

Add the dry ingredients to the batter a spoonful at a time and fold in until thick and thoroughly mixed.

Pour half the mixture into a well-greased baking pan. Dollop in blobs of the Lotus Spread and chocolate spread. Pour the rest of the mixture on top and swizzle around using a skewer.

Bake for 35 – 45 minutes, depending on the dimensions of your tin. A skewer will come out of the centre of the cake clean once cooked. If the outside of the cake is browning too fast, wrap in foil.

Allow to cool in the tin for 10mins before turning out onto a wire rack.

Once completely cool, you can decorate. Using a butter knife, I alternated blobs of Lotus and chocolate spread to make a pretty pattern.

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My favorite part of this cake is the slightly chewy crust and of course the Lotus – chocolate spread topping. Enjoy!

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50. Vegan rum and raisin fudge

“For who could hate or bear a grudge, against a luscious bit of fudge?”

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Indeed Mr Roald Dahl, who could? Especially when its vegan friendly!

 

I bought a tin of condensed soya milk back at the North West Vegan Festival last month. I said that I felt a vegan fudge recipe coming up…and here it is!

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I decided to make rum and raisin fudge, since this is the omni-hubby’s favourite – thought it might persuade him that dairy free can be just as delicious as the traditional item. However, I’m pretty sure that plain vanilla would work just as well.

This fudge is tasty, rich and creamy. Best served chilled as it goes a bit sticky when allowed to reach room temperature.

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Ingredients:

1 x 330 g tin condensed soya milk
375 g sugar (I used normal white granulated but a brown sugar would taste awesome)
125 ml soya milk
95 g vegan marg
2 x tsp vanilla
½ cup raisins
2 x tbsp. rum

Method:

  1. Put the raisins into a glass or mug and pour the rum over the top. Leave to soak – the longer you leave, the more boozy the raisins will taste. I recommend at least an hour.
  2. Add everything else – apart from the vanilla –  to a large pan. It is best to use a pan with tall sides as the mixture will rise a lot!
  3. Whiz pan contents together using a hand mixer until smooth and thoroughly mixed. Put on the stove and turn onto a medium heat.
  4. Allow the mixture to reach a simmer, periodically stirring with a rubber spatula to ensure that the bottom of the pan doesn’t catch and burn.
  5. Simmer for 15 – 30 minutes. This might sound like a wide range but the time really does differ depending on the size of the pan. I don’t have a sugar thermometer so every 5 minutes after the initial 15, I drizzled a small amount of the mixture into a jug of cold water until a soft, pliable blob of fudge formed. This is known as the “softball” stage.
  6. When the softball stage is reached, take the pan off the heat and add the rum soaked raisins and vanilla. Carefully beat using the hand mixer. Keep beating until the mixture has cooled and starts to thicken and look more like fudge. (Start off slowly and increase the speed as the fudge thickens – careful not to flick any out of the pan as hot sugar BURNS!)
  7. Once thickened and cooled, scrape into a slightly greased square tin (mine was 12 x 12”) and put in the fridge to chill before turning out onto a chopping board and slicing up (cooling takes a couple of hours – the fudge will be firm when ready). I have to admit that I struggled to get my fudge to drop out of the tin and had to resort to using a fish slice. Perhaps a piece of grease-proof paper or parchment would have made life easier…
  8.  EAT!

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Condensed soya milk is a little on the pricey side but so worth it for this recipe! It is much nicer than the shop bought stuff and the hubby can’t leave it alone 🙂

 

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48. Strawberry and vanilla loaf cake

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What compliments the British summer time better than a bowlful of succulent, sweet strawberries?

Plump and juicy, perfect with a little sugar and a splash of soya cream. Or in a delicious, creamy breakfast smoothie. Or in a beautiful vanilla and strawberry loaf cake!

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A little bit like banana bread (without the banana, bleurgh!), this cake is crusty on the outside and marvellously mmm…. mmmoi, mooiss…. nope, I can’t say it. That word is too GROSS!

Unlike this cake, which is gorgeous and has a centre which is the opposite of dry :p

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Vanilla and strawberry cake

Ingredients:

2 x cups flour 3 x tsp vanilla essence
1 x tsp baking powder 0.5 x cup vegetable oil
0.5 x tsp bicarbonate of soda 0.5 x cup soya milk
1 x tsp salt 0.5 x tsp cider vinegar
1 x tbsp. white sugar 1 x cup chopped strawberries (30 – 40 strawbs)
2 x tbsp. maple syrup Plus extra for decoration.

Method:

Pre-heat the oven to 170oC.

De-stem and chop the strawberries. Place in a bowl and mix with the sugar before mashing slightly. Leave to one side.

In a large bowl, mix the flour, bicarb, baking soda and salt with a wooden spoon.

Next, stir in the strawberries and wet ingredients. Keep stirring until thoroughly mixed. You should end up with a thick and glossy batter that is smooth apart from the strawberry chunks.

Pour into a greased baking tin and wrap in foil.

Bake for 50 – 60 minutes, or until a skewer comes out clean. Be sure to take the foil off the cake after 30 minutes.

When ready, leave to stand for 5 mins before turning out of the tin onto a cooling rack. Once cooled, you can add the icing.

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Icing

Ingredients:

3 x tbsp. icing sugar
1 x tsp vanilla essence
1 x tsp soya milk

 

Method:

Put the icing sugar into a bowl and add the vanilla essence. Stir in the soya milk a little at a time until a thick but spreadable paste is formed. Spread over the cake and decorate with slices of strawberry.

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And the perfect way to enjoy this cake is with a nice cuppa tea, whilst watching a couple of bouncing bunnies ♥ Here’s introducing my Bezzie’s wonderful little furry friends. These fella’s eat even more kale than I do!

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39. Chocolate, coconut and raspberry nutty date bars

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I like to take these bars to work in case I get hungry, especially since the canteen doesn’t cater well for vegans.

They’re super easy to make as well, simply throw all of the ingredients into a food processor and when coarsely ground spread into a tin lined with cling film before chilling in the fridge overnight. Simple!

Chocolate, coconut and raspberry nutty date bars:

Ingredients:

1 x 32 g raspberry liquorice bar (completely optional – I had a Panda bar that needed using up)

½ x cup cashews

1 x cup almonds

200g pack of dates (pitted and roughly chopped)

½ x cup frozen raspberries

¼ x cup desiccated coconut

3 x tbsp drinking chocolate (I used Cadbury’s – make sure it’s not the instant version)

Method:

Put all ingredients into a food processor and whizz until all ingredients are coarsely ground. The mixture should bind together when pinched.

Spoon into a container (e.g. a baking tin), lined with cling film and using the back of the spoon, press down.

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Refrigerate overnight.

Turn upside down onto a chopping board and peel off the cling film. Cut into bars and wrap individually in tinfoil. Store in the fridge.

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In the not too distant future I’ll be in France, staying in the arse-end of nowhere for three nights with work. Call me paranoid but I don’t want to go hungry, so I’ll be popping a few of these babies into my suitcase!

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