Zucchini-broccoli soup

11 December 2016 - 10:04 by Martine in Lunch & Dinner
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Time: preparation 10 minutes, cooking 20 minutes, total 30 minutes
Serves: 3-4 bowls
Zucchini-broccoli soup, low carb vegan I love a nice creamy soup when it’s cold outside. Serve it with some high protein bread or crispbread spread with tofu-cream cheese and you’ve got yourself a meal. All you have to do is sauté the veggies in some oil, add water and some flavorings, let it cook and puree with your blender. Super […]

Real cashew-based vegan brie!

1 December 2016 - 9:06 by Martine in Dips & Spreads
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Time: preparation 20 minutes, cooking 0 minutes, total 20 minutes
Serves: 1/2 pound cheese
Cashew brie, vegan That's right, this is a homemade vegan white fungus cheese! It's super creamy, with an overwhelming brie flavor and a firm rind. You will need a bit of patience to make this, but it is 100% worth it.

Easy flax crackers

21 November 2016 - 16:08 by Martine in Bread
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Time: preparation 15 minutes, cooking 25 minutes, total 40 minutes
Serves: 25 crackers
Flax-pumpkin seed crackers, vegan I already had recipe for flax crackers on the website, but this one is a lot easier and also cheaper to make. These crackers are a bit less sturdy than the other ones, but as you can see they still stand up to a spread and other toppings.

Cinnamon mug puddings

10 November 2016 - 10:47 by Martine in Dessert
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Time: preparation 5 minutes, cooking 3 minutes, total 10 minutes
Serves: 1 generous serving
Low carb vegan cinnamon pudding I came across this recipe for low carb protein mug cakes that had a very easy vegan option: ‘just leave out the egg’. You can imagine I felt it call my name, but I was ‘busy’ and scared to be disappointed, so it took me a while to actually make them. Obviously I broke down […]

Crumbly almond feta

31 October 2016 - 16:35 by Martine in Basics
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Almond feta, vegan If you miss crumbly goat’s cheese, this is the recipe for you! It’s based on this well-known recipe from the

Seitan ‘chicken’ pieces

24 October 2016 - 9:17 by Martine in Basics
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Time: preparation 20 minutes, cooking 45 minutes, total 65 minutes
Serves: 600 gram
Seitan chicken pieces, low carb vegan I loooove seitan! It’s cheap, low carb, high protein and super tasty. This new recipe is even lower in carbs and meatier than my ‘basic seitan’ recipe that I posted a few weeks ago. It is a little bit more work to make, but still really easy. The combination of vital wheat gluten and pureed […]

Black soybean chili

16 October 2016 - 15:15 by Martine in Lunch & Dinner
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Time: preparation 10 minutes, cooking 25 minutes minutes, total 35 minutes
Serves: 4 portions
Black soybean chili, low carb vegan Our local Asian grocery stocks black soy beans, and I thought it might be nice to use them instead of regular black beans in a chili to make it lower carb. If you don't have black soybeans, you could use the more common white ones or even edamame.

Low carb vegan focaccia

6 October 2016 - 9:21 by Martine in Bread
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Time: preparation 10 minutes, cooking 15 minutes, total 90 minutes
Serves: 4 portions
Low carb vegan focaccia Low carb high protein bread is a great way to turn a simple soup or salad into a meal. This focaccia contains a fraction of the carbs in regular bread and is nicely soft and fluffy.

Thai curry soup with tofu

26 September 2016 - 8:44 by Martine in Lunch & Dinner
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Time: preparation 10 minutes, cooking 20 minutes, total 25 minutes
Serves: 3-4 servings
Thai meal soup, low carb vegan I love meal soups. They are quick and easy to make, and you can chuck in any ingredients you have lying around. This Thai-ish version is nice to use up all the odd ends of veggies that are lying around in your fridge. Peppers, selery, cauliflower, broccoli, carrot, leeks, rutabaga, parship and many others work […]

TVP breakfast porridge

18 September 2016 - 7:28 by Martine in Breakfast
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Serves: 1 person
TVP breakfast porridge Textured vegetable protein (dry soy granules) are usually used in savory recipes as a stand-in for ground meat, but it actually has a neutral flavor which means they can also be used in sweet recipes! If you cook them with soy or almond milk, sweetener and some cinnamon, they actually taste quite similar to oatmeal, […]
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