A hearty little bowl of goodness that will warm you right up in this cold weather. And a great alternative use of quinoa! Its light texture and slightly nutty taste work wonders with the honey and cashew nut butter.
I was so excited about the amazing effects of aquafaba on my test with the Deliciously Dark Chocolate Vegan Brownies, that I immediately tried it out on these gorgeous blondies. Honestly, I really can’t decide which I prefer between the two, but the good thing with these blondies are their versatility: you can easily use them as a gluten-free substitute for brioche for breakfast, and have them with nutella or jam – yum.
Tajines really are one of my favourite things to make and eat. Packed with flavour, combinations of sweet, sour, savoury – you can literally chuck anything in there and it’ll be good. The best part is, they don’t require any culinary skills whatsoever, you just put everything together in a pot and voilà!
We definitely eat too much meat for what’s really good for us, so this is a simple veggie alternative to any meal, filled with good stuff and hearty enough that you won’t be craving a steak after.