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Beautiful Beetroot Hummus Recipe

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I’ve been meaning to share this recipe for ages – but now is the time, as this is perfect Veganuary snack – or main meal, like it was mine last night. So, it’s obviously vegan, takes a little bit of time for the beetroots to cook, but all in all, very little work is involved: chuck every ingredient into a …

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Vegan Thai Veggie Balls With Thai Black Rice (VonShef Air Fryer Giveaway)

In Foodie Me, Giveaways, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com124 Comments

The air fryer was gifted by VonShef but all views are my own. Another recipe for Veganuary – this one is a lovely, warming, spicy Thai dish – perfect to brighten up a gloomy and cold January evening. I absolutely adore Thai food  – it is probably my favourite cuisine and I also like Thai fusion creations. It is very …

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Healthy and Vegan Nut Butter Bites With 4 Ingredients Only

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The nut butters were kindly gifted by Indigo Herbs of Glastonbury. Nut butters are a fantastic alternative to regular butters and spreads. They are high in vitamins, minerals and healthy fats – very beneficial for heart health. They are lower in calories and fat, and higher in protein and fibre. I do love peanut butter but I also often use …

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Chestnuts in Maple Syrup Glaze Recipe

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Over the next few weeks I’m turning my blog into a vegan foodie blog! Just joking… though, I will post a few new recipes as I’m challenging myself becoming vegan for Veganuary. As you might know already, I have been a a vegetarian for a few years now. But vegetarians eat milk products like cheese, yogurt and butter as well …

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Chocolate Gingerbread Men Recipe

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This is my second recipe this week – I’m definitely in festive mood: cannot imagine Christmas without food I cooked and treats I baked. It’s somehow so elemental to treat my loved ones to delicious and nutritious food. Feels like channelling my Mother Archetype. And also, keeping bored children entertained on a gloomy Sunday afternoon. Which is what really happened …

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Italian Tortellini Soup Recipe

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I love Italian food, I could eat pasta every single day. Some of my favourite Italian recipes are vegetarian “by default” like pasta puttanesca and pizza margarita. The key is always the quality of the ingredients – but they are the simplest and easiest dishes. And of course any pasta and risotto dish can be easily turned into a meat …

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5 Top Tips For Cosy Winter Movie Nights (Popcorn Shed Giveaway!)

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In collaboration with Popcorn Shed. As the evenings are still getting darker for the next few weeks, I love spending evenings and weekends at home with my family. We don’t normally watch too much telly, but now that the children are in bed by 8pm – we choose a movie to watch every other night, snuggling up on the sofa. …

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Classic Cheese and Wine Hamper from Review

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I was gifted with this hamper by  Everyone loves a good hamper for Christmas. Hampers are a great way of gifting as it’s a little bit like buying an experience for someone but still an actual gift, and a fabulous looking one! It’s an experience, because you normally put special and exquisite goodies together to make it a hamper …

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5 Vegetarian Winter Warmer Recipes

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The temperature is dropping and the nights are getting longer. It’s time to start cooking hearty, wholesome meals. When most people think of winter dishes, they imagine meat stews and roast turkey dinners, but there are lots of veggie options. Here are five vegetarian winter warmer recipes you can try at home. Miso-glazed Aubergine This is an easy dish, bursting …

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Biscotti with Cranberries and Pistachios Dipped in Dark Chocolate Recipe

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I love biscuits and without doubt the Italian biscotti is one of my true favourites. They are crunchy, with a lot of texture, and versatile. They are elegant and perfect treats with a cup of coffee or tea. They are so cultured but rustic at the same time. I never made them before because I thought they are a lot …