756 posts tagged vegetarian
Buckwheat waffles with cinnamon, mixed frozen berries, pumpkin seeds and a drizzle of maple syrup. :)
Peanut butter/oat/cinnamon/almond cookies from the “Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar” cookbook.
The raw mix and these straight out of the oven were amazing, but only a day later they were very dry and almost “healthy cookie tasting” (you know what I mean) which is a shame. You’re meant to use salted peanuts in place of the almonds so that might have made a difference? Eh, all I’d say is make 1/2 the batch and serve them straight away! ^_^
Veggie bao - organic marinated tofu cake and steamed bun served with choi sum, hoisin sauce, crush peanuts, coriander + dikkon radish.
I had this today for lunch in Bristol and it was lovely! The cafe was very small but cute, service was fast and it was only £6 for two of these which is amazing. I’m surprised there wasn’t a queue out the door! Plus you can get takeaway which I’ll definitely be doing when I’m feeling like a lazy student rather than spending a lot of money on a greasy, horrible takeaway. :P
Oh, and the cafe is called BAOWOW. (coolest name ever, I know)
Cocoa banana buckwheat waffles with sliced banana, dried cranberries, blueberries and goji berries, pumpkin seeds, cashew butter and a drizzle of maple syrup.
Lunch - lettuce, tomato, carrot, avocado, baked potato, cashew and almond salad with a tahini/lime/orange dressing, paprika and cumin.
Banana buckwheat waffles with more banana, organic pb, pumpkin seeds, dried cranberries, blueberries and goji berries and a drizzle of maple syrup.
So delicious, so healthy, so filling! ^_^
Cocoa/mashed banana oatmeal with mixed frozen berries, almond butter, pumpkin seeds and a drizzle of maple syrup.
I’m not sure I’ll ever tire of this. ^_^
Vegan wholewheat cinnamon French toast with banana slices, mixed frozen berries, ground flaxseed and a drizzle of maple syrup.
Pumpkin and banana baked oatmeal made with cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, vanilla and almond milk, topped with mixed frozen berries, crushed walnuts, organic peanut butter and a drizzle of maple syrup.
I’m so glad I went to the trouble of making some pumpkin purée because this was suuuuuper delish. ^_^
Slice of multi-grain toast with mashed avocado, paprika, cayenne, a poached egg and chia seeds.
Cacao/banana/cinnamon/almond milk oatmeal with mixed frozen berries, chia seeds, sunflower seeds and a drizzle of maple syrup.
Baked banana/peanut butter/cinnamon/apple sauce/vanilla oatmeal with almond milk, topped with flaxseed, coconut, mixed frozen berries, pumpkin seeds, white chocolate and a light drizzle of maple syrup.
Banana/buckwheat/ground almond pancakes with flaxseed, cinnamon, pumpkin seeds, dried cranberries and a drizzle of maple syrup. :)
Recently I went to London for the weekend with the dude and we both wanted sushi for dinner, but were exhausted so got some to go and ate it at the hotel - hence the bad lighting/all round photography! It was only about 8 o’clock, London is just too rock ‘n’ roll for us…
Anyway, seen above:
- 8 Green Goddess Maki - wakame seaweed, cucumber, avocado, mizuna and chives rolled in aonori furikake,
- Faux Duck Pancakes - faux duck, spring onion, cucumber, Chinese pancakes and hoisin sauce,
- Pumpkin, Feta and Spinach Spring Rolls.
1 and 3 were mine - 1 was delicious and I should have just ordered two boxes of that! Sadly by the time #3 got to the hotel it was cold and just felt greasy. The dude’s pancakes were great with the sauce, very underwhelming without. Ah well, we still had a great time! ^_^
Breakfast - vegan ‘bake up’ at Inspiral Lounge, Camden Lock, London.
House made vegan bratwurst sausage, toasted rye bread with soya butter, grilled mushrooms and tomato, tofu scramble, house made baked beans and spicy hash brown.
This is my favourite breakfast of all time, unf. (My companion, also veggie, agreed!) I’ve had this once before when I came to London for my 18th birthday and ever since I’ve been dying to come back. I wouldn’t change a single thing on this plate - the baked beans are so much better than the canned variety, the tofu scramble is slightly crispy and flavoured perfectly and boy, that sausage. It’s so insanely close to real meat.
I’m going to have to learn how to make everything on this plate!