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Often as a blogger and recipe creator I am one season ahead, always thinking about what the next seasonal ingredient is and trying to get ahead. I am often creating campaigns for Easter in January and Christmas in September.

However, I always try to live in the present as much as possible on a day to basis. what’s good now, what season am I actually in, and cook accordingly.

As much as I am desperate for the return of warmer sunnier weather, and all the wonderful produce that comes with it, it won’t be long before I am longing, apple pie and pumpkin spiced everything!

So, to that end, on a grey a gloomy Monday in February I made a much need comforting Crumble. Full of nuts, oats, unrefined sugar, seasonal fruit and flavours. Its nourishing and a little bit naughty, my perfect dessert.

I am not sure who’s idea it was to add almond butter to crumble, I am hoping mine as its ingenious!

Also, this makes a yummy breakfast.

  • Serves:6-8
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4 pears cored and sliced
½ cup coconut sugar
1 tsp vanilla bean paste
¼ tsp ground cinnamon
Juice 1 lemon

100g jumbo oats
50g roughly chopped walnuts
50g coconut sugar
50g plain/gf flour
70g vegan butter
3 tbs almond butter
1/2tsp ground cinnamon
1/2tsp ground ginger
Good pinch or allspice
Good pinch of ground clove
½ tsp sea salt

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A lifelong foodie, in recent years I have fallen in love with creating fresh vegan recipes. It makes me so happy to feed my friends and family healthy plant-based meals and I am delighted that I now have the chance to share some of my favourite recipes, tips and little hacks with you. Do let me know if you are inspired to try any of them out!

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