Transitioning to a vegan or plant-based lifestyle looks different for everyone. For some it’s smooth sailing, but for others it’s a giant leap into the unknown.
We believe going vegan doesn’t have to be stressful. In fact, we’ve even found ways to make it enjoyable!
– Featured Posts –
13 Tips for Throwing a Vegan Wedding
So you’ve decided to get married (congratulations!) and you want your wedding to reflect your vegan lifestyle. Throwing a vegan wedding can present...
5 Surprising Foods that aren’t Vegan Friendly
Some things are obviously vegan friendly, like fruit, vegetables and pulses. Just like some things are clearly not vegan, like meat, fish and eggs....
How To Go Vegan In 2023 (In 10 Steps)
If you’re wondering how to transition to a vegan diet, it can be difficult knowing where to start. There’s more to adapting a vegan lifestyle than...
– Featured Travel Guides –
Food in Iceland – The Ultimate Vegan Travel Guide (Plus our 7 Day Itinerary!)
Iceland is one of the most beautiful countries I’ve visited. Offering cinematic landscapes, spectacular waterfalls, gushing geysers, ice-capped...
A Vegan travel guide to Cambodia
Are you thinking of travelling to Cambodia? If you’re wondering what it’s like to go to this country as a vegan, you’ve come to the right place!...
Travel Guide – Vegan in Australia
Australia is a very popular travel destination. There’s so much to do, from snorkelling at the world’s largest coral reef, the Great Barrier reef,...
– Featured Recipes –
Healthy Vegan Cinnamon and Apple Waffles
If you have a waffle iron this is a great brunch or dessert recipe to try.
I served two waffles per person with lots of fresh fruit and maple syrup – but serve them with whatever you like. Chocolate sauce, peanut butter, berries, icing, ice cream… the possibilities are endless! It’s all zen!
Coffee and Salted Caramel Cupcakes
These coffee and salted caramel cupcakes were born because I couldn’t decide between baking salted caramel cupcakes or coffee and walnut cakes. So I decided I didn’t have to choose!
I like the coffee flavour to be strong. Hence the 3 teaspoons! If you prefer a more mellow flavour just add a little less – it’s all zen!
Chocolate and Peanut Vegan Energy Balls
These energy balls are are perfect snack for a quick energy boost or as a pre-workout snack. They’re also decadent enough to double up as a dessert – win win!
hey’re simple to make, a source of protein and healthy fat, cheaper than ready-made alternatives and contain only 3 plant-based ingredients.
For this recipe I use almonds, but I also make these with peanuts or a mixture of different nuts. Just use what you like best – it’s all zen!