Live Vegan for Less aims to demonstrate a more cost-effective way of preparing nutritious vegan meals at home, showing that vegan living can be affordable for all – under £1.50 per serve.
We were tasked with creating a range of simple & affordable recipes, using staple ingredients – Oats, Lentils & Chickpeas
Delicious light falafel using red lentils, and flavoured and coloured by nature with roasted beetroot & carrot, with a creamy aqua faba mayo
This burger provides a healthy indulgence, being rich in fibre and protein from the squash & chickpeas. Pickled onions add a wonderful sweet tartness, and the creamy mayo adds to the indulgence
A simple way to cook potatoes – combined with the herby oat crumb, this makes for a tasty savoury lunch.
Wonderful roasted root vegetables with a creamy sauce made with butter beans, topped with a herb oat crumb, this dish is a great naturally gluten free Winter dish
This recipe is a filling and comforting dinner option, making the most out of spices and seasonings to bring out flavours. Serve with your favourite sald or greens
The ultimate protein rich snack! Or use as a topping on salads, or currys.
Not only is this tasty oats recipe a nutritious way to start the morning, but it’s also super easy to put together. Why not experiment with different fruit toppings?
If you’re bored of sweet oats or just fancy a savoury breakfast, then this dish is a great one to try. Inspired by Japanese cuisine, it uses miso paste and leek leaves to help add a rich flavour. This dish will keep you warm and full for hours!
This creamy lightly spiced chickpea combination makes a brilliant sandwich filling, or pair with a salad for some added protein and texture
This recipe makes the most out of wonderful versatile potatoes, and makes a large portion with only few ingredients.
A healthier and tastier alternative to the high street versions! These lentil sausage rolls make for a great lunch or snack.
An alternative to a rice risotto, this version uses nutritious yellow lentils, which are not only delicious but rich in fibre. A creamy coconut sauce makes this recipe a great winter warming dinner.
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