Time for a vegan recipe!
I always thought these are very time-consuming. But when I tried making some, I completely changed my mind, not only they are not time-consuming but also they are delicious!
Rice paper. I prefer bigger size.
Veggies! I used: peppers, avocado, rocket, radish, carrots, cucumbers.
One chilli pepper.
Olive oil or rapeseed oil, it’s up to you.
Salt and pepper.
Garlic, one clove.
Something sweet. I added some date syrup.
Black sesame (optional)
Soy Sauce. I always use Kikkoman Gluten Free
Chop chilli and garlic in super small pieces and fry a little bit. Then add a little bit of tomato sauce, then water, spices, sesame (optional), sweet stuff, and vinegar. Stir it and keep checking the taste, and keep adding things if you need to 🙂
Check out my other vegan recipes: Sibberi Citrus Drink , Vegan Waffles.
‘Fighting’ late night cravings with Peanut Butter Vegan Pralines!
Sweet cravings… we all have them sometimes! What should we do when we want something sweet but don’t want to ruin our healthy diet? We make Vegan Pralines with peanut butter! Grab this quick and easy recipe and treat yourself with healthy pralines.
What do you need:
- Creamed Coconut or Coconut oil mixed with creamed coconut.
- Peanut Butter. I used Meridian Smooth Peanut Butter
- Agave Syrup / Xylitol / Date Syrup or whatever you want for sweetness.
- Vanilla extract or any other flavour you want. I used vanilla sticks for extra fresh taste.
Melt creamed coconut, be careful not to get water in it because it might get lumpy. Add some sweetener, I added 3 tsp of Biona Agave Syrup . Mix it together and then add 2 tbsp of cocoa powder, I used this Organic Cocoa Powder
When you have your chocolate part ready, put a layer of it in forms, to make the bottom of a praline. When it’s done, put the form in the fridge. Keep it there for at least one hour, or put it in the freezer and wait 15 minutes (just as I do, I’m not patient when it comes to food) .
Peanut butter filling:
It’s the simplest part of the recipe. Mix peanut butter with a little bit of salt and some sweetener and put the filling into your form. Next, pour the rest of your chocolate coconut (melt it again if needed) and put in the fridge for at least 2 hours. No cutting corners here with freezing it – give the pralines some time to settle.
Last step… enjoy your pralines!
If you have some questions, drop me a comment or an email. And if you made them, feel free to post them on Instagram and tag me, I’m always happy to see it!
Check also my Vegan Spelt Waffles Recipe