I thought we would try something a little bit different for this #veganrecipehour and I’m pleased to say that I think it worked it worked out well.
We forget that its not only adults that eat a #vegan diet, its Children too. Maybe you have been Vegan from an early age and have brought your Kids up that way so its a natural progression. Maybe you have chosen to change your diet/lifestyle and now your whole family eat a different diet. Or, you need some help and advice on how to go about making vegan food appeal to your Kids as they are use to something different.
I know I personally fancied trying most of he things suggested during #veganrecipehour!
Many thanks to @VeganGeezer for the many suggestions and ideas during #VRH. there are so many what I cant do the justice. I recommend that you take a look at the @veganrecipehour twitter feed to catch up with them all. Here are a few to whet your appetite!
‘Always keep fruit & veg on show for #vegankids snacks’ (photo)
an interesting thought:
‘A good tip is to get talking to teachers here & there, after a while ask what if a vegan diet was a religious requirement?’
‘Green falafel, hummus, pitas, mutubal, eggplant/yogurt dip, fruity cous cous’
Sounds divine! Thank you for sharing!
Who says dinner time has to be serious? These Funny Broccoli plates from @Ephemerienne are great fun! (translate) A nice Mac ‘n’ cheese recipe usually goes down well!. How about #sandwich inspiration? How exciting does Monster potatoes and chard in a swamp sound!? Just look at those photos! How cool is that!?!
This is something I also really enjoy ‘Breaded #tofu in a bun’. If you treat #tofu the right way, press it, drain and season well, its a total revelation. I adore the stuff! thank you @TansysKitchen for sharing.
‘I like adding lots of ‘goodness’ to things that are treats, e.g. seeds, dried fruit, stewed apple’
Nom….Nom…nom …nom! I know my tummy is rumbling, I’m off to make a peanutbutter sandwich to celebrate writing up this #blog post 😉 xx