Decided on taking part in Veganuary and need some cooking inspiration?
Keep reading to discover some of our favourite vegan recipes that are perfect for busy students, packed full of flavour, and a great source of fuel for your body and mind.
Who doesn’t love chilli? Not only is this recipe full of vegetables and flavour it’s also gluten-free, high in fibre and freezable, making it perfect for those nights where you don’t fancy cooking.
If you want to save on washing up, this recipe is for you! Counting towards three of your five-a-day, rich in iron and low-fat, this spinach, sweet potato and lentil dahl is a simple but effective crowd-pleaser.
This recipe uses cashew nuts and mushrooms to help create its creamy yet light sauce, which is perfectly paired with penne or any other pasta you have in your cupboards.
Who needs takeaways when it’s this easy to make yourself a pizza from home! Save yourself some money, get kneading and grab your favourite plant-based cheese.
Fancying something sweet this Veganuary? This gooey chocolate brownie recipe is made without dairy or eggs; enjoy!
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