– 1 cup of raw buckwheat
– 3 cups of rolled oats
– 1 and a half cups of walnuts
– 1 and a half cups of flaked unsweeted coconut
– Half a cup of cacao powder
– Quarter cup of maple syrup (add more if you like a sweeter taste)
– Half a cup of melted coconut oil
– A few pinches of pink himilayan sea salt
– 2 tbs vanilla extract

Mix everything up on a baking tray and bake your granola in the oven at 180C or 350F for 20 minutes. Remember to Stir it up occasionally to get your granola evenly toasted.

After 20 minutes, let your granola cool down completely before storing in a mason jar.


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You will need 2 cans of chickpeas (400 grams each – drained and rinsed) and 2 tbs olive oil.

I chose some (2 tsp) spicy mingle seasoning, (1tsp) ground cumin seeds, (1/2 tsp) pink himilayan sea salt, (2 -3 tbs) sesame seeds and (1 tbs) dried oregano leaves. Once your chickpeas are fully seasoned and laid out on a single even layer on your tray, pop them into the oven at 200C or 400 F for 30 – 40 minutes.

Let them cool completely before storing them in an airtight bag or container. They are tasty as a snack on their own, or on top of salads or soups.

Check out the description box of my roasted chickpea video recipe here too for more seasoning ideas –

*******KALE AND CASHEW SOUP*******

– 1 cup of unsalted cashews
– 5 handfuls of kale
– 1000ml or 4 cups water
– 2 small onions
– 2 veggie stock cubes
– 1 tbs minced garlic
– 2 sticks (300g celery)

Blend everything in your vitamix blender for 7 minutes or so until warm. Alternatively, blend in your food processor or blender and heat it up.

Feel free to thicken the soup to your desire by blending more cashews and kale leaves into your soup.

Season it with some salt and pepper and then store in mason jars to eat during the week.

Garnish with kale leaves and roasted chickpeas.

*******VEGAN BURGER RECIPE =*******

– 2 tins (800g) of red kidney beans (rinsed)
– 3 tbs oats
– 1 tbs spicy seasoning
– 1 tbs curry powder
– 1 bunch of fresh coriander/cilantro leaves
– 2 tbs chia sesds
– juice from 2 small limes

Pulse everything together (but not too much) in your food processor.

Once you’ve pulsed up your ingredients shape and press your mixture into burgers. I made 8 pieces of vegan burger patties in total.

Spray pan with olive oil on a medium heat and cook patties for around 10 minutes until all cooked through and golden.

Flip halfway to make sure they cook evenly and press them down into the hot pan until they are about 2 cm thick.

Delicious with a dollop of ketchup!


– 700g diced butternut pumpkin
– 2 tbs olive oil
– 2 tbs maple syrup

Spread your diced pumpkin in a single layer on your baking tray and drizzle on the olive oil and maple syrup and season well with salt and pepper.

Mix everything well so that your pumpkin is evenly coated and place it in the oven at 220 C or 420 F for abut 15 minutes until your pumpkin is golden.

Sprinkle 1 and a half cups of crushed walnuts and 3 tbs sesame seeds on top of cooked pumpkin and put tray back into oven for a further 5 minutes until the sesame seeds and walnuts are lightly toasted.

Mix the dressing together – olive oil (2tbs), dijon mustard (2 tbs), maple syrup (1tbs) and lemon juice (1tbs).

Mix spinach leaves into your pumpkin mixture and enjoy!

*******CASHEW MANGO RICE*******

– 500 grams of rice (I used red rice – ) – make sure this is cooked beforehand

– handful of hydrated shitake mushrooms

– 1 cup toasted cashew nuts

– 2 green peppers (diced)
– 2 red peppers (diced)
– 3 tbs mango chutney
– 3 small onions (diced)
– 1 tbs coconut oil

Add oil to pan on a medium heat and stir fry the garlic, peppers and onions for about 5 minutes. Add cooked rice and continue to cook for a further 3 – 5 mins. Add toasted cashew nuts and shitake mushrooms, salt and pepper, mango chutney and coriander leaves.


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36 Responses

  1. went and bought mkst of this today!!!!!!

  2. i loved it! i can't wait to see more vegan recipes….thanks a lot ??????????

  3. Sam j says:

    just made that salad, it is super yummy! thank you!

  4. +BakingMadGymAddict how do you get rid of the grit? I'm making the soup now and it's not smooth like yours is 🙁

  5. Foo Kelevra says:

    There's nothing worse than being a vegan with a nut allergy

  6. Paula DRON says:

    Really loved this video!!

    Aloha from Romania of Eastern Europe! 🙂 :). Keep up the great and delicious work!

  7. Such a excellent video! 🙂 Keep up the good work 😉 Hugs from Sweden

  8. M Deleon says:

    You're such an amazing cook! Everything looks amazing! 🙂

  9. I am obese and am looking to change my life style and lose over 100 pounds. I came across your videos while looking for healthy meal choices. I spent a day watching most of your videos and can't wait to get started with some of the meals you have made. I think it will benefit me to have my meals and snacks available in advance so that I do not end up going to fast-food restaurants looking for something to eat because I am hungry.

  10. That red rice looks amazing! Yummm

  11. Remy Reigns says:

    awesome video …perfectly detailed …everything looks delicious …tysvm!!

  12. Danutza 2015 says:

    thank you this is awesome.i want to be vegan because I think is better…I don't eat meat just eggs and cheese…I am from Romania…I didn't heard about 50% ingredients you said, so I am very confused…thank you

  13. Everything looks very good and pretty simple!! Love your videos. Keep making more ! ?Go girl!

  14. hipretty says:

    Looks amazing Lozza great Vegan choices!!! All this from someone who is not Vegan. 🙂

  15. Serena says:

    Hey I just filmed a Vegan recipe video! would you ming checking it out and let me know what you think?

  16. GREAT! Shared on facebook bc this is one of the best fresh healthy videos I ever found! Thank you for sharing your ideas with us! Here in the USA we need to start eat more healthy!

  17. Chris19893 says:

    She's not a vegan and makes better looking food than a vegan. I'm failing here.

  18. Kordokuvas says:

    That was mind blowing vegan dishes all the way. I am vegan for two years, and i am not so good in cooking still. You are so good at this, why aren't you vegan then? Just wondering. What is stopping you?

  19. Ashley says:


  20. love this! I'm going to try all these recipes! Thank you for making this video ?

  21. Ayla Kilic says:

    you are so adorable

  22. Alex Dicus says:

    More Vegan More Vegan!!! Loved this thank you!

  23. CL Yin says:

    use the soaked mushroom water to cook the rice adds a deeper and earthy flavour to it! 🙂 But dont use all of it as there will be some dirts sinking at the bottom of water

  24. Jade McL says:

    I can't stop thinking about ballamory

  25. trollis97 says:

    u should be more careful with the oil 🙂 most vegans do want to keep the fat to a minimum because it makes u gain with all the carbs u have to eat 🙂

  26. twistedstich says:

    "I quite fancy eating some big nuts…"

  27. andrew owen says:

    You are amazing!!! Massive crush!!! Recipes also look amazing! Thx for sharing!

  28. Pffff…you YouTubers always doing things with one hand… = )

  29. Loved the vegan recipes. ?

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