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homemade sweet potato chips

Oven-baked Masala Sweet Potato Chips | Vegan Snack


The masala in these homemade oven-baked sweet potato chips complement their caramelised sweetness. A simple nutritious healthy vegan snack idea that is sure to appease your munch cravings. Baked instead of deep fried, they present a healthier alternative to store-bought ones. When it comes to snacks, we are quite restricted since we are both allergic to

spicy pan-fried okra with coconut and chickpea flour

Spiced Crispy Okra Recipe {non-slimy}


A tasty spiced crispy okra recipe. Coconut and chickpea flour not only add to the taste and crispiness but also absorb the excess moisture to yield non-slimy okra. This spicy pan-fried okra which was mentioned in one of our What We Eat videos and many of you have been requesting the recipe ever since. For some reason, after I made this recipe last year, I could not find nice tender okra again which is a must for this recipe.

pumpkin butter roll cookies, fig rolls, fig newtons

Pumpkin Butter Roll Cookies – Inspired from Fig Rolls aka Fig Newtons {made vegan}


Buttery soft roll cookies filled with naturally sweetened pumpkin butter. These pumpkin cookies are not overly sweet, contain no refined sugar and make great diabetic friendly cookies, snacks or desserts. They are pretty much a homemade vegan version of fig rolls or Fig Newtons with spiced date pumpkin filling. The good thing about pumpkin is that its natural sweetness contributes much to sweeten goodies without the need for refined sugar.

date pumpkin butter sugar-free

Date Pumpkin Butter | Sugar-free Recipe


A lightly spiced and naturally sweetened pumpkin butter with dates, no added sugar. This butter is great smeared on toasts, crackers, pancakes, added to porridge or incorporated in other sweet treats.
Chilly temperatures beckon warmer dishes; luscious morsels to snuggle the belly and cozy us up. Growing up in a tropical country with only two seasons and little seasonal variation of temperature, I don’t recall paying much attention to colder weather seasonal dishes. In fact, summer bounties — garden-grown and local tropical fruits — were more often awaited with much anticipation rather than winter produce. After more than 15 years spent living in countries with colder winters, I’ve grown quite fond of the seasonal fall and winter produce.

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