Welcome To The Weekend Link Up. Hello friends. Guess who’s back? Back again!! Me!! Happy New Year everyone. I hope you have all had a lovely few weeks and are feeling refreshed for the new years challenges that lie ahead?
My head is spinning at the minute with one thing or another. Work, Blogging, Children off school, waiting for news on two of my children’s health, house upside down with building work and Christmas.
Hopefully by Sunday all the floor in the new dining room will be finished off and I can get my home back to normal by Monday.
My advice, never have building work done in December hoping it will all be done for Christmas. Even if it was finished it would have still been a crazy few days getting all Christmas things done. You can see how my Christmas presents started off neat and ended up messy here. Everything has been one mad rush!! But mostly all good fun.
Christmas Tree Down:
The Christmas tree was up then down in a flash this year so I am planning not to do anything big in the house next December to make up for it. I am looking forward to a nice relaxing January but the again part of my family want to start a run streak challenge and the other half want me to join a gym with them again!! Arrgg!! I just need lots of energy sent my way!!
I also have a fun holiday booked this January with a few of my cousins I have not met up with in years. One lives in France and can you believe I have only seen her once in about 35 years? It is going to be so much fun. I can not wait!!
We have booked an hotel in Brighton, somewhere I have always wanted to go. We have planned to go out in some fun bars and spend the weekend cooking, eating and drinking. It will be epic!!
I thought I would leap straight back into blogging with a fun topic that will be buzzing this January. Veganuary 2020!! I have a lot of tasty vegan recipes to share with you so what better place to start?
17 Assorted Vegan Recipes To Try This Veganuary:
Are you taking part in Veganuary?
Do you have a veganuary meal plan?
Maybe you are already following a vegan diet and are looking for some new recipe ideas or are taking part in Veganuary and looking for some inspiring recipes to try out?
If so, you have come to the right place as today I have some veganuary dishes and sweet treats to share with you.
These recipes are great for veganuary.
17 Assorted Vegan Recipes To Try Out This Veganuary:
How about making this quick and easy fridge cake? Fancy making some; McVitie’s Rich Tea Biscuits Vegan Cinnamon & Pecan Fridge Cake? This makes a nice addition to your lunch box, school treat or something fun to make up over the weekend. The children and I love fridge cake. McVitie’s Rich Tea Biscuits Vegan Cinnamon And Pecan Fridge Cake.
Do you fancy making a Full English Vegan Fry Up for breakfast? Nutritionist and cook Dr Joan Ransley has created four delicious gut healthy recipes so you can re-set your gut health for the rest of the year and beyond.
This recipe is both full of gut-friendly dietary fibre, prebiotics and polyphenols and in addition delicious. Full English Vegan Fry Up.
4.) Brussel Sprout, Chestnut And Sage Risotto (vegetarian/vegan):
Are you looking for a vegan side dish to go alongside your Sunday dinner? Do you fancy making some of these Vegan Yorkshire Puddings? Why miss out on this tasty British dinner side dish!? How To Make Vegan Yorkshire Puddings.
6.) Winter Trifle With Blackberries: Afternoon Tea Recipes:
This winter-themed trifle is made with blackberries and, as an optional extra, can be flavoured with sloe gin or a favourite liqueur. The wonderful thing about trifle is it can be adapted to meet all dietary preferences including vegetarians or vegans. Winter Trifle With Blackberries: Afternoon Tea Recipes.
7.)Vegan Apple Slices With Peanut Butter, Celery, Raisins And Pumpkin Seeds:
Fried rice is the perfect speedy comfort food, great on a Friday night served with a couple of cold beers. Use your favourite chilli sauce here -try it with sriracha or sweet chilli sauce or an authentic Indonesian Sambal Oelek sauce if you can find it. Vegan Shallot And Vegetable Nasi Goren.
13.) Quick And Easy To Make Vegan Frosted Lemon Cake:
If you’re wondering how to make a vegan cake, we have the perfect recipe. Ready in under an hour, this moist, fluffy vegan frosted lemon cake recipe makes a great vegan treat, particularly good with a cup of tea. Why is this the best vegan cake recipe?
1. It’s ready in under an hour.
2. Rich and moist with a light fluffy texture.
3. You can easily substitute any flavour, such as vegan chocolate, orange or raspberry
4. No special ingredients needed.
5. Many of you have made it and given it 4/5 stars – it must be good!
16.) BerryWorld Vegan Blackberry And Chocolate Cupcakes:
Fancy making some BerryWorld Vegan Blackberry And Chocolate Cupcakes? These vegan cupcakes are full of chocolatey goodness, the rich chocolatey flavour and the tart blackberries make’s a great combination. BerryWorld Vegan Blackberry And Chocolate Cupcakes.
17.) Organic Vegan Chocolate Mousse:
Hello, fancy making an Organic Vegan Chocolate Mousse? This tastes just like a conventional chocolate mousse made with eggs and cream, and yet it’s completely vegan!
I don’t think anyone will guess the main ingredient is avocado unless you tell them. The coconut oil helps to firm up the texture, and the agave syrup supplies the sweetness; alternatively, you could use pure maple syrup. Yummy! Organic Vegan Chocolate Mousse.
17 Assorted Vegan Recipes To Try Out This Veganuary. What do you think about these veganuary meals and sweet recipe ideas? Do you fancy trying any? These are all Veganuary UK recipes but I am sure they are easily converted.
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