Dreena's kind kitchen

One of the main criticisms aimed at vegan food is that it’s ‘fake’. Sometimes this is true, but in fact there are many chefs who only use real ingredients, which is ideally what we want, and often they end up tastier too. Try cooking with ‘real ingredients’, that are both kind and healthy, and make use of local fresh produce.

Dreena’s Kind Kitchen is a nice book by one of our favourite cookbook authors, who always uses fresh wholefood ingredients and uses a little oil and maple syrup (she’s Canadian!) with recipes that will appeal to most tastebuds. This book offers 100 easy-to-make and delicious recipes that everyone will love.

Before cooking, read up on a food safety for people & pets (many human foods are unsafe around animal friends).

This is a book you will use, whether you want a quick weeknight supper or a dish for a special occasion. From breakfasts to small bites to dinner and dessert, enjoy recipes for:

  1. Lemon poppyseed muffins
  2. Wow waffles!
  3. Potato & cauliflower scramble
  4. Courgette fritters
  5. Seasoned potato squashers
  6. A-game Chilli
  7. White bean corn chowder
  8. Quicken Noodle Soup
  9. Beyond Beet burgers
  10. Fiesta taco filling
  11. Italian ratatouille
  12. 1-Minute Alfredo
  13. Lentil sweet potato meatloaf
  14. Smoky Caesar salad & potato croutons
  15. Crackle blender brownies
  16. Charming apple crisps
  17. Holiday dinner torte

There’s also a troubleshooting section to boost your kitchen skills, with tips on techniques, time-saving skills and suggestions for repurposing leftovers into delicious new dishes.

Dreena Burton is a self-taught cook and one of North America’s most popular vegan cookbook authors, whose recipes are also recommended by health professionals, due to always using real wholefoods over fake anything. A mother of three children (who she and her husband have raised vegan), she is author of several best-selling recipe books.

plant-powered recipes for picky eaters!

plant-powered families

Plant-Powered Families is a nice book by one of our favourite cookbook authors, who always uses fresh wholefood ingredients and uses a little oil and maple syrup (she’s Canadian!) with recipes that will appeal to most tastebuds. This book offers 100 easy-to-make and delicious recipes that everyone will love.

With tips for handling challenges for every age and stage (From toddler to teens), this book is the perfect book for parents raising ‘weegans’ or families looking to transition. As well as advice for helping picky eaters, there are tips on stocking a vegan pantry and making school lunches, plus dealing with challenging social situations. Includes nutritionist-approved references for dietary information.

This is a book you will use, whether you want a quick weeknight supper or a dish for a special occasion. From breakfasts to small bites to dinner and dessert, enjoy recipes for:

  1. Pumpkin pie smoothie
  2. Vanilla bean chocolate chip cookies
  3. Cinnamon French toast
  4. No-bake granola bars
  5. Creamy fettuccine
  6. Sneaky chickpea burgers
  7. Salad dressings

natural desserts from Stockholm (Sweden)

naturally sweet vegan treats

Naturally Sweet Vegan Treats is a stunning book of desserts that are all naturally sweetened from ‘Miss Marzipan’ of Stockholm! Many are based around seasonal produce, and others inspired by travels in Europe. Learn to make desserts both free of artificial sweeteners, yet low in natural sugars (sweetened instead with maple syrup, coconut sugar or fresh and dried fruits):

  1. Blueberry cupcakes
  2. Figgy energy bars
  3. Banana ‘kladdkaka’
  4. Lemon scones
  5. Pumpkin & candied pecan hand pies
  6. Chocolate cake batter waffles
  7. Chocolate celebration cake

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