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Falafel with Houmous

Falafel are a Middle Eastern pattie made from chickpeas and are perfect for a delicious and satisfying snack that is suitable for Veggies and Vegans. They are absolutely perfect when paired with Houmous, a dip that is also made from chickpeas and are brilliant for lunches, popping into pittas or taking on picnics. They’re also incredibly satisfying to make! All you need to do is make sure that you have…

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Scotch Eggs

Scotch Eggs have always been a favourite snack food of mine – I’ll eat a Scotch Egg at a gourmet restaurant or from a manky old petrol garage. I’m not fussy. I love ’em! They’re the perfect food for any time of the day and are perfect for picnics! But, for me, you can’t beat making a Scotch Egg at home as you can tailor them how you want. I…

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Sausage Rolls

I, and us Brits in general, love a good picnic. Or a bad picnic. We’ll picnic even if the weather is a bit rubbish (which, in the UK, it is most of the time) and the food is a bit naff (soggy sandwich anyone?) But, it doesn’t have to be that way! Well, you can’t do much about the weather but the food doesn’t have to be naff. If you…

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Vegan Cherry & Coconut Flapjacks

I do love a good flapjack, as I think most people do, but a lot of them are frequently made with butter and that’s not good for our Vegan friends that don’t do moo. In fact, this recipe came about as a request from my Vegan work friend, Travis. Hi Travis! These flapjacks are super simple, substituting butter for a vegan alternative, and using coconut oil as well to add…

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Cheese & Onion Sausage Roll

Sausage Rolls are a classic British snack, with thousands and thousands being sold across the country every day thanks to being perfect for a quick, on-the-go breakfast, lunch or daytime snack. But, as they’re traditionally made with pork sausage meat, they’re not much good for people who won’t dine on swine. But worry not, because these cheese and onion sausage rolls are arguably as a good as their porky counterparts…

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