Vegan cinnamon & plum cheesecake

In Poland, plum jam is quite a big thing, especially for Christmas. It’s always added to gingerbread and all sorts of spiced cakes but not only to cakes. We add it to roasts and stews and pretty much anything you can imagine, so just think of a dish and I’m sure someone has added plum…

Vegan Apple & Cinnamon Bread

I love fruit loafs and spiced cakes that you can toast in the morning and have for breakfast. I am not a massive fan of banana bread though as I don’t generally like anything flavoured with banana, I just think it’s got a funny aftertaste. And so this is where I came up with an…

Easy Vegan Banana Bread

I like bananas as such but I’m not a fan of anything else that tastes of banana, in fact, I usually stay far away from all things that might have some hidden banana in them, not to mention the ever so dreadful banana flavouring! This is why banana bread was never anywhere near my top…

Vegan Apple Tart

This tart was a big experiment and I had no idea whether it was even going to be edible. To my great surprise, it turned out so yummy I thought I just had to share this recipe! The key to the yumminess of this tart is the base. It’s soft, crusty and nutty and just…

Posh Vegan Apple Crumble

I absolutely adore apple crumble! It’s such an easy dessert and you can’t go wrong with it. It’s perfect for any given occasion, everybody loves it and it only requires simple, cheap ingredients and minimum preparation time. What is more, it’s also one of the healthiest desserts I can think of, so really it’s a…

Vegan Carrot Cake With Cashew Icing

I don’t know why some people say that carrot cake is supposed to be baked in autumn/winter period. I mean, I get that carrots and all the spices used for that cake fit in the autumn mood, but hey, it’s not just some sad bad weather cake. It’s a carrot cake, it’s a brand on…

Homemade winter granola & berry compote

What can I say about granola that hasn’t been said before? Everyone loves it! It’s super crunchy and sweet and you can have it in countless varieties. Unfortunately, the shop versions are usually sweetened with sugar or glucose syrup and have plenty of unnecessary ingredients, which make the whole thing unhealthy and artificial. Luckily, making…

Your new favourite mulled wine

First mentioned by the Romans in the 2nd century, mulled wine has become extremely popular all around Europe. We drink it to “taste” Christmas and put ourselves in the festive mood. There are countless recipes available online so choosing the perfect one may give you a headache. No matter how lost you feel, never go…