Hey everyone, and welcome to VeganMoFo 2019! This year is my sixth year taking part in VeganMoFo and I have decided to do a bit of a “Past and Present” theme. This means I’m not going to be publishing constant new recipes this month – sadly I hit a bit of a creative block with that! – but I’ll post some new recipes, and also highlight old recipes I have made throughout past VeganMoFos.
Throughout the month, I’ll be updating my instagram, and this post with links to each recipe I upload photos of. Check back to see pictures and links to anything you would like to make!
Chocolate chip cookies were the first recipe I posted on this blog – so it feels apt to make them the first post of VeganMoFo 2019! While this recipe isn’t that one, it’s my go-to chocolate chip cookie recipe. Find it here.
Something savoury for the weekend! These nachos have a homemade cheese sauce which is one of my absolute favourites to make (and easy too!) and it would also work great as a dip too to share with friends! Find the recipe here.
Another sweet recipe today (I have a very sweet tooth!). These Bourbon Biscuit Brownies are a favourite in this house – and you don’t necessarily have to use bourbon biscuits, I like to make them with oreos too! Any vegan biscuit will work well. Find the recipe here.
I will admit, I’ve never been the best at taking pictures of burgers. I can make them taste good, but they’re difficult to photograph! These are no different – delicious but not the prettiest! These Nut Roast Burgers are packed full of nuts and herbs and are really great in cobs/buns or with a salad. Find the recipe here.
In this recipe, potatoes are cut into wedges, roasted in the oven, and then topped with a bolognese mixture and grated vegan cheese which then gets melted on top. Delicious! Find the recipe here.
Yes, vegans do also eat salad. But tasty salad! This salad roasts up butternut squash with chickpeas (which go lovely and crispy!), and is served with rocket (or arugula if you’re American) and a simple but tasty tahini dressing. Salads don’t have to be sad! Find the recipe here.
When you hear “brookies” do you think of brownies with cookie dough? Or of cookies that are brownie like? These are the latter – based off my brownie recipe, but made into cookies. Rich and gooey, but less messy than a brownie, these are some of my most requested cookies! Find the recipe here.
This is a recipe from waaaay back in the archives, but it’s simple and tasty, so give it a go! Soya cream (or whatever type of single cream you prefer) mixed with pasta and sauteed onion, garlic, and courgette. Find the recipe here!
On a rainy day like today, some hot thick soup is perfect, and this carrot and butterbean soup fits the bill! Packed full of carrots and beans, it is great served with warm bread or pitta. Find the recipe here.
Do you ever find yourself with slightly sad bananas that you never got round to eating? Don’t fancy making a whole loaf of banana bread? These banana muffins are just what you need! Dotted with chocolate chips, and topped with a crunchy cocoa crumb topping, they are a great way to use up overripe bananas. Find the recipe here.
A new recipe?! Yes that’s right, the first one of VeganMoFo 2019! I’m not completely out of ideas. This recipe is for rocky road bars that are packed full of biscoff cookie spread. Yum! Find the recipe here.
Ok, so how GREEN is this plate? Practically exudes health, doesn’t it? Well, it’s actually very tasty. Another recipe from a while back on the blog, this pasta uses peas as the base of a pesto sauce, with nutritional yeast, lemon juice, and olive oil. Find the recipe here.
Butter beans are one of my favourite beans – how about you? This meal is a thick stew, with soft butter beans, sweet carrots, and herby tomatoes. It’s baked in the oven to allow the flavours to meld, and is perfect on a chilly rainy day. Find the recipe here.
These burgers take a little more effort to make, as they need steaming before they are fried, but they are SO worth it. Made with a mix of seitan and TVP mince, they have the perfect bite, and work perfectly to be barbecued (or grilled, if you’re American). Find the recipe here.
Also known as “hidden veg sauce” as this pasta sauce looks like a creamy tomato sauce but is also packed full of carrots and beans! The rosemary gives it a lovely hearty flavour too. Find the recipe here.
This is perhaps our favourite soup to make – delicious and full of pasta and beans making it a great meal. Find the recipe here!
Bank holiday weekend, so what’s better than pizza? Well, these are pizza made into breadstick form, snackable and delicious! Find the recipe here.
It’s a pretty sunny day and these meringues make the perfect light sweet snack! They go great with summer berries too. I used to think you could never make vegan meringues – but you can! Find out how here.
Another biscoff recipe? Yes, maybe I’m in a bit of a phase, but it’s tasty! I first posted these on my instagram a while back and they went down really well, so here’s the recipe!
The final recipe of VeganMoFo 2019! Where has it gone? These burgers work great with your favourite melting cheese – which is cubed and stuffed into the centre of the burgers before they’re cooked, letting you bite into a gooey melty cheese filled burger, delicious! Find the recipe here.
Thank you to everyone who joined me for VeganMoFo 2019, it’s always so lovely seeing the new creations everyone comes up with!