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    Really healthy and energy-giving oatmeal (porridge in UK!), great for runners. Post-run, I eat this made with water and add salt; pre-run, I make it with soymilk and add agave.

    Recipe #493131

    Really easy, vegan pudding :) yummy!

    Recipe #477848

    Great as a post running snack- high in protein and guilt free! Also happens to be vegan :).

    Recipe #459884

    Although I wouldn't exactly call fudge 'healthy', this is relatively good for you with no refined sugar and low GI ingredients. It's also incredibly easy and tastes great!

    Recipe #459831

    When I first went vegetarian, I really missed coronation chicken sandwiches and decided to experiment with different ideas. This is really yummy, and I prefer it to the original! Great as a sandwich filler, on jacket potatoes, with salad or whatever you want. Can also add 1/2 cup grated carrot for texture and more nutrition, or add more apricots.

    Recipe #457493

    Spicy, chewy cookies suitable for almost any diet! Spelt isn't totally wheat/gluten free so check first, but apart from that they're vegan, wheat/dairy/egg free, fat free and relatively healthy :). They last longer than most cookies in a sealed container. Great cookies for dunking, especially in hot soymilk!

    Recipe #442895

    I was looking through the site for coffee (flavoured) cakes and was amazed there wasn't more recipes for coffee and walnut cake, which when I was growing up was one of the most traditional cakes that was always on sale in the village shop. It used to seem really 'grown up' to me (but was also my favourite!), and this is the recipe my mum always used- I think it might have originally started off as a Delia Smith recipe. Hope you enjoy it :).

    Recipe #436036

    Healthy, moist and not too sweet. I make it whenever we have people round and everyone seems to like it. It's quite filling so you only need a small slice.

    Recipe #431262

    My typical uni meal when I haven't had time/money to go shopping- only two ingredients and super quick!

    Recipe #429794

    These are the cookies I make for exam time- they provide slow-release energy and are full of nutrition. They're also nice with 1/2 cup raisins added.

    Recipe #421181

    BBC Good Food magazine has just started a new series called Eat Well and this was in the first issue. It's incredible! I made it and gave it to my parents without telling them it was healthy and my dad said it was the best fruitcake he'd tasted. It's really moist and yummy. It also works well with substitutions- I tried ground almonds for the cornmeal and chopped glace cherries for the raisins which came out really nice.

    Recipe #414912

    These came from severe PMS and no ingredients in the flat! They're really rich and chewy, and as a bonus are vegan and fat free :). They're best kept in the fridge.

    Recipe #401542

    These are really rich for a cake with no added fat :) hope you enjoy them!

    Recipe #396429

    A nice summery twist on cornbread! I recently travelled across U.S.A. for the first time and became addicted to cornbread. Since coming back, I've been experimenting with different recipes, and this is one of my favourites. It's nice on its own, with custard for dessert or milk for breakfast. It's easily made wheat/gluten free by using spelt or rice flour, or lactose free with soy yogurt. Hope you like it!

    Recipe #384045

    My brother always calls this 'Pirate's Gingerbread' because it reminds him of Pirates of the Caribbean because of the rum! It's an adapted Weightwatchers recipe, and it's very sticky and keeps well for a week. I usually double the ginger, Perfect for a Pirate themed party!

    Recipe #376516

    I had a tin of chickpeas that needed using up and decided to experiment, so I pureed them with banana, peanut butter, honey and cinnamon and they tasted great! They're nice on their own, or as a topping for oatmeal, ice cream, stewed fruits, or whatever you want. I like them with stewed rhubarb, for some reason the combination's amazing. Play about with it and see that you think!

    Recipe #375380

    This is my mum's favourite appetizer recipe- everyone who tries it asks for the recipe, even my cousin who only ever eats junk food! Serve with bread to dip in.

    Recipe #375354

    Yummy fudge without some of the guilt!

    Recipe #360040

    I've recently become addicted to Horlicks, and tried adapting one of my favourite pudding cake recipes to see if it would work, and it came out really well. It's great comfort food for when you're home on your own and it's cold outside.

    Recipe #357321

    This isn't really a recipe, it's more an idea which worked really well. I find it hard to get to sleep, but don't like having a hot drink before I go to bed because I end up waking up a couple of hours later then can't get back to sleep. I love the taste of Horlicks (malted milk) though, and find it really relaxing, and oats are meant to help you sleep so I tried adding it to a bowl of oatmeal and it tasted really yummy! It's a lot cheaper than buying flavoured oatmeal too, and you can add any type of malted milk/hot chocolate powders to it, or even flavoured milkshake (my brother likes banana Nesquik with cinnamon). Have fun trying it out!

    Recipe #356748

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