I heard at the news that peas are helping people with type 2 diabetes because of the type of starch they contain. The doctor who appeared on the show said that if someone does not like peas, it can be ground and added to bread or savoury biscuits. So this is how my recipe Split
We love gnocchi and we usually buy them. Now that I found some vegan ones I always make sure I have a pack or two in my cupboards. These make for a lovely light meal. They are also very easy to make at home and I will share some tips on how to make them.
Hot Chocolate Custard Slice must be perfect for this time of year. I am sharing today a vegan version. The slice is decorated with chocolate syrup, whipped cream, and fluffy marshmallows. It is not difficult to make, but it does take a bit of time to let it set. Also, there is some waiting time
In Romanian cuisine, savarin (called savarine) is one of best known desserts. My husband was, again, hands-on in the kitchen as he loves the savarins. I did a bit of research for the last recipe I made for savarins, when I first shared the recipe on my blog 4 years ago. The French recipe asks
I wanted to make a Vegan Cheesecake for a while now. It was very hard to find a recipe on UK-based blogs, which was a shame. While usually it doesn’t make a lot of difference, it matters when you need to know exactly what kind of product someone used. This is why I mention all
I made a Vegan Quiche, similar to a quiche Lorraine, but I used vegan sausage instead of vegan bacon, and it turned out delicious. I used hot water pastry because it needs 30% less fat, so it’s healthier. The filling is a cheese sauce with red onion and sausages, which is delicious, as one can
Matcha Cake is a vegan version of the Sugar Free Russian Cake I shared a few months ago. Because I’ve used rose preserve, widely available at ethnic shops throughout the country, this recipe is not sugar free any more. If you want a sugar free version, use an 100% fruit jam, as is St Dalfour,