My favorite go to meals I make when I want to make something fast and yummy
•red quinoa, spicy chick peas and roasted broccoli with garlic and vegan Parmesan
•cucumbers, tomatoes, red peppers and lettuce tossed in salt and pepper and cayenne with roasted chickpeas homemade red sauce , avocado with paprika on a bed of lettuce
Day 3. Busy ol’ day today and one you wouldn’t ordinarily see a food post from me haha. As you can see it wasn’t the most nutritionally complete day but I tried biscoff spread for the first time today and feel like a fool for not trying it sooner. Is it total junk? Yes but omg it’s soooo dreamy 🤤🤤🤤😅
I promise to stop with the beet hummus appreciation pics after this post, but here’s another way I enjoy serving my homemade hummus: tossed with some pasta as a rich, creamy dressing. To do this, I simply cook up my pasta with my favourite veggies (I like courgettes, mushrooms and sweetcorn for pasta dishes). Then I thin out the chunky hummus with 2-3 tbsp of the starchy water reserved from cooking the pasta- this ensures the hummus retains its creaminess and doesn’t get too diluted. I mix together the hummus sauce, pasta and veggies, and serve. This dish works well as both a warm dinner and a cold pasta salad for lunch.
Top with some smoked paprika and nutritional yeast for that savoury, cheesy flavour and enjoy!
After my run, I went to a local farm and picked some blueberries! I put them in my overnight oats with a banana for breakfast, good post run fuel. I am getting adult things done even though it’s hot and I’m tired.
Also hello my hair has its own area code and I have zero makeup on.
Whoever says vegans don’t eat f@!king fabulous food is a liar! Homemade tikka masala with potatoes, dal, peas, mushrooms, coconut milk- enriched brown basmati rice with whole spices- oven roasted tandoori cauliflower- topped with avocado and cilantro! Iffy presentation but you get the idea.
I think I have more jars of spices than articles of clothing now. And I’m so okay with that.