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Date and seed oat bars

Seed & date oat bars

I created this recipe when I was looking for a healthy alternative to flapjack without too much refined sugar. The combination of dates and banana give it plenty of sweetness and also binds the oats sufficiently without the need for additional butter or oil – making this ‘accidentally’… Read More »Seed & date oat bars

Vegan Ramen

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A quick recipe for when you need something warming in a hurry.


Date paste peanut butter cookies

These cookies use date paste in place of refined sugar and make a delicious teatime treat. Thank you to True Food Member Carsten for sharing this recipe! Ingredients Method – for the date paste Method – for the cookies

Creamy vegan squash pasta

When blended, squash makes a really creamy sauce for a pasta, which with the addition of nutritional yeast for a cheese-like flavour makes a very satisfying vegan sauce. This sauce goes especially well with wholemeal or spelt pasta – both available as refills in True Food! Serves 2… Read More »Creamy vegan squash pasta

Bowl of hummus

chickpea Hummus

Hummus has become a bit of a staple over the last few years, often featuring at a picnic, for a quick snack with crunchy crudités or even as a sandwich filling. It’s surprisingly easy to make, especially if you have a small blender or food processor, and this… Read More »chickpea Hummus

Banana lollies

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This recipe is as easy as pie and lovely for children. Ripe bananas and lolly sticks is all you will need. True Food often have very ripe bananas so look out for them. Photo: pixabay Ingredients Ripe bananas Lolly sticks Chocolate (optional) Method Cut the bananas in half… Read More »Banana lollies

Bombay potatoes

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Based on a recipe from BBC Good Food. Photo from Pixabay. Ingredients 1 thumb-sized piece of ginger, grated 2 large garlic cloves 6 large tomatoes, halved, deseeded and chopped 800g new potatoes, halved 3 tbsp oil of your choice 1 large onion, thinly sliced 2 chillies, halved, deseeded… Read More »Bombay potatoes