Vegan Garlic Naan

Indian food is amazing. It’s actually incredible. So much flavour, so much heart, so much spice. My two favourite ( and embarrassingly simple) things to eat when going for an Indian are: A: Poppadoms & Mango Chutney – I count this as one thing as the two are inextricable soulmates in my eyes. B: Garlic…

Vegan Hot Cross Buns

It’s almost Easter! Superfluous heaps of chocolate is just around the corner!! Like almost every other national holiday, Easter is a time for celebrating togetherness while eating shitloads of unhealthy food. Who can complain? I do love how the seasons weave in and out, and bring with them an excuse to make something I’d never…

Vegan Irish Soda Bread

Ahh a taste of my childhood. I used to eat this toasted and smothered in butter before setting off for school. I didn’t realise how much I appreciated the stuff til I moved to England and couldn’t find it in the shops. Cry. Traditionally, Irish breads are made with buttermilk, and require no time to…

Best Ever Bagels

Bagels, bagels, bagels!! WE WANT BAGELS. My cinnamon sugar doughnuts recipe caused an influx of ‘I love you for these but I also hate you’ comments. So I thought, I need to give the people what they want, and they clearly enjoy round-beige-bakes-with-a-hole-in-the-middle. The humble bagel was the answer – and when is it not?…

Vegan Choco-Banana Walnut Loaf

As the story goes with almost every banana-featuring bake, I had spotted some browning bananas on my windowsill. This is something I tend to get nerdily excited about as I explore the possibilities of what they could become. I love the versatility of bananas and I tend to use them in a lot of my…

Red Onion and Sage Focaccia

Focaccia is one of my all-time favourite breads. The vast array of flavours that can be incorporated mean you can end up with entirely different tasting results each time, so it’s unlikely you’ll ever tire of making it.  It’s also pretty simple to make as long as you stick to the recipe. And this one doesn’t…