As I'm making plans to make the switch from Poppy and the Bees to The Vegan Larder, and it's the end of the year, I thought it might be nice to look back on some of the biggest hits from Poppy and the Bees of...

These are easy to make, and even easier to eat!! Yummy, crunchy cheezy triangles of deliciousness. Stuffed with spinach (or chard) and a hit of dill, they're reminiscent of  a Greek pie, but veganised and made cute for eating whilst chatting and sipping wine.  I love...

I have Christmas news..  Very SUPER exciting Christmas news! I'm teaming up with my friend Vanessa (Say Hi to Vanessa!) to create a whole new blog & business.  WHAT?! At some point in the next few weeks, Poppy and the Bees will transform into The Vegan Larder. I feel...

I'm not sure why I've been so slow to the party on vegan frittata and quiches. They're easy to make, and best of all, delicious to eat. In fact, I'm pretty sure if you served one side by side with an egg one, you would be...

It occurred to me the other day, that shortbread and all those shortbread-a-like biscuits that have that flaky short crumb are basically just shortcrust pastry with sweetener and maybe flavourings.. And now I had mastered shortcrust pastry, I could probably master yummy biscuits too. Mind. Blown. So, as...

This recipe is the result of a happy accident. I tried to veganise a 'blondie' (aka caramel brownie) recipe, and it nearly ended in disaster.  It turns out that I should have read the recipe all the way through. I can hear my 7th grade Home...

I know calling this the Best Broccoli in the Universe is quite a steep claim to make, I mean broccoli can be delicious in all kinds of ways. But, it IS truly the best way to make it. It's also dead easy. First, you create a char...

I make a batch of this zingy and easy salad pretty much every week during winter. It uses up the ever present carrots that come in the organic veg box that I have delivered once a week, but better than that, it's delicious! What I love...

I've never had my Granny's light touch with pastry. She could turn out pies & delicate melt in the mouth biscuits with no problem whatsoever. Whenever I've made pastry, it's tended to go solid and chewy & not at all nice. So when the Gardener asked...