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Aubergine, tomato & mushroom bake

I’ve never made a secret of the fact that I like comfort food. Why wouldn’t you? But I know that most comfort foods aren’t always the healthiest things to eat with all the carbs, cream and cheese they mostly contain. As this whole low-carb thing has taken over the world, I was thinking the other […]

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookies It seems strange that I’ve managed to write seven books without one plain chocolate chip cookie (by which I mean a plain cookie with chocolate chips in it). It’s true that the Totally Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookie made an appearance once, and it’s only buoyed up by its success that I’ve felt confident enough to create this one.

Cauliflower Colcannon

Colcannon is an Irish side dish, traditionally made with potatoes, kale or cabbage, spring onions, chives, milk and butter. For my version, I’ve replaced potato

Spicy Chickpea Veggie Burgers (Vegan, Gluten-Free)

May 23, 2013 By Deryn 118 Comments I’ve made veggie patties at home many, many times before but they almost almost fall apart. You can imagine how happy I was to find tonights burgers sticking ...

Gluten-free lemon drizzle cake

Gluten free lemon drizzle cake, made using mashed potato & ground almonds. I have tried it, scrumptious, fantastic recipe, shall be making it again.

Houmous dip

Anne-Marie Williams from Wrexham, North Wales found a fantastically Free way of making houmous. “Ready-made houmous contains tahini and oil which means it has a Syn value.” Ann-Marie says. “I’ve adapted the recipe to make a delicious homemade houmous that’s Free.

Mulled Gin Cocktail with Mulled Wine Ice Cubes

Mulled Gin Cocktail with Mulled Wine Ice Cubes | Veggie Desserts Blog This mulled gin cocktail is full of warming spices, in a cold cocktail. It’s easy to make with a spice-infused simple syrup, plus I’ve made mulled wine ice cubes to give it some extra p

Top Ten - Best Things to Eat in Italy

From artisan gelato to fresh, home-made pasta, Italian cuisine is renowned the world over, but beyond the pizza, pasta and ice cream, there’s a never-ending gastronomic journey to discover including superb cheeses, succulent roasts and legendary desserts. I’ve been visiting Italy for many years now and whenever I go and in whichever part of the country I am in, I know I am going to eat well. In no particular order, here’s my top 10 of things to eat in Italy and where to eat them..