I made these with normal dough (strong flour, oil, water and yeast) and added a mashed banana to the mix. I also added vitafibre which meant I didn’t need to add any extra sugar.
The filling was cocoa powder, Peanut butter and coconut milk to make it spreadable.
They turned out really well! Tasty, low sugar and a yummy treat. We gave them a foodie cool board rating of cool.
So Fridays are really busy and I don’t have much time to cook and eat tea before I go back out to work. Enter chickpea curry:
Boil rice, in the meantime add to a saucepan tinned tomatoes, tinned chickpeas and curry paste.
Half way through rice boiling adda load of spinach to the curry.
Seriously, it took 20 minutes, and I could make vegan chocolate microwave cake with defrosted cherries while it was:
Cheap, easy and tasty, it gets a cool for the curry and subzero for the pudding from us 🙂
…and raspberries and soya cream 🙂
We SO enjoyed this recipe from bbc good food, R enjoyed it even though he is in heyfever hell.
I think I shall make it in triple quantity so I can out some in the freezer as it takes quite a while to make.
We gave it a rating of subzero.
R and I have decided to go vegan… Mostly. The thing is, we love food and we love eating out with other people and being a vegan would pretty much make that experience miserable for everyone.
But we also care deeply about the environment, so we have found a compromise – we have started eating vegan when it is just him and me, and carry on eating everything with others.
Which brings me to the pizza:
This was home made pizza dough with chilli, humous, olives, sun dried tomatoes, mushrooms and a teensy bit of BBQ sauce. It was so yummy we were glad to have it for lunch the next day:
And as far as the foodie cool board goes, I think it might have made it to subzero.
Be prepared for more vegan food to appear here 🙂
The foodie cool board returns with the amazing Jack Monroe recipes for lentil dahl and soda bread.
Not only did it fill R and I up, but as I grew the spinach, the whole meal cost us the grand total of £1.14
How amazing is that!
R gave it a rating of ok, but I loved it and would have given it a subzero… So I guess that makes its rating: cool.
Do go and have a look at all the recipes over on http://agirlcalledjack.com
R is at work till midnight, so I took the chance to eat something I love and he hates… It would have been bread and butter pudding, but I didn’t have any butter. Nutmeg, cinnamon and brown sugar made it very yummy all the same 🙂
Today’s photo is dinner. It was meant to be Mushroom Stoup (a Hugh FW recipe) and chips, but I ran out of time before R needed to eat and go out so in the end it was humble sausage and bacon for him and veggie burger for me.. chip and beans.
At least it filled a gap: