February 28, 2013

Vegan Party Food eBook



Vegan Party Food is our second eBook containing 15 new recipes that have never been seen before on Veggieful.com. For only $2.95, our eBook will provide you with a combination of recipes including; finger-food, appetisers, desserts and drinks to make your party a success. There is something for everyone! Jerome and I have focused on simple recipes that taste delicious, look impressive and are easy to prepare. You will also find little tips and suggestions on food presentation and ways to save time before the party. So, download the eBook today, relax and enjoy the new photography, recipes and ideas! :)

15 new recipes
Finger-food, appetisers, desserts and drinks
Clickable contents page
New photography
PDF format
Compatible with most devices
Automatic download
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February 22, 2013

Kale Chips Recipe


Oh my gosh, these are absolutely amazing! Who would have thought that kale would become so crispy when baked? It is incredible! The great thing about these chips is that you can season with any of your favourite spices. I love the combination of salt, freshly cracked black pepper and curry powder. There is no real recipe, just a spray of olive oil and a sprinkling of some seasoning and bake for 10 minutes or so for a crunchy delight! Jerome and I made these as a side for my Step-dads birthday party. He absolutely loved them. Kale chips taste really nice as finger-food or as a replacement for crackers with dip. I love dipping my kale chips into hummus... so delicious! Well, I hope that you try this recipe and love it as much we do :)

Check out the nutrition information at the bottom of this post and be wowed by the amazing nutritional benefits of one cup of kale. 




   1 bunch of curly-leafed kale
   salt & pepper
   spray olive oil

   seasoning (see the tips for ideas)

  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius (356 F) and line a baking tray with baking paper.
  2. Pull the kale leaves from the stems and place the leaves onto a baking tray in a single layer. Discard the stems. 
  3. Lightly spray the leaves with olive oil.
  4. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and any desired seasonings. 
  5. Bake for 10 minutes or so until crispy, flipping once.
  6. Serve immediately! 

  • Seasoning options: Curry powder, 'smoked' paprika, vegan parmesan, sesame seeds, cumin, chilli flakes etc...
  • Storing - Store any uneaten kale chips in a tightly sealed container or jar for one day or so. Make sure the kale chips are completely baked and dehydrated before storing or else the moisture will make them soggy.
  • I use curly kale.
  • In some areas it may be difficult to find kale... I can always find a bunch at fruit and veggie stores rather than the supermarket. 

The nutrition analysis above shows that one cup of kale (67g) is only 34 calories and is also amazingly good for you. Every bunch of kale you buy will vary in weight especially once you remove all of the inedible bits. Did you know that 1 cup of kale is high in iron, magnesium, phosphorus, riboflavin and thiamin? It is also VERY high in calcium, manganese, potassium, vitamin A, vitamin B6 and vitamin C? Incredible! This is one amazing power food.

February 19, 2013

Vegan Curried Coleslaw Recipe


When I was little, mum would make this delicious curried coleslaw and I absolutely loved it. It has now been "veganised" and continues to be my favourite coleslaw recipe in the whole world. No more boring coleslaw for you! I think this is a great recipe for a barbecue, picnic or lunch as all vegans and non-vegans will enjoy it due to its amazing flavour! It has the amazing kick of curry powder, the sweetness from the raisins and the sourness from the green apples. Yum yum yum.  I could eat a whole bowl of this for dinner. I really hope you enjoy this as much as we do!


serves 4 as a side


Other:
   5 cups thinly sliced green cabbage
   ½ cup thinly sliced green onions
   ½ cup grated carrot
   ¼ cup grated green apple
   ¼ cup raisins

Dressing:
   ¾ cup vegan mayonnaise
   ½ tablespoon curry powder
   salt and pepper
   ½ tablespoon brown sugar
   pinch cayenne pepper


  1. Make the salad dressing by adding all salad dressing ingredients to a bowl. Whisk to combine. Set aside.
  2. Add the cabbage, green onions, carrot, apple and raisins to a large bowl. Toss to combine.
  3. Pour the dressing over the salad. Toss until the salad is evenly coated by the dressing.
  4. Serve immediately or refrigerate until needed.

  • You can use our vegan mayonnaise recipe located here or purchase a store-bought brand.
  • Season with salt and pepper as desired to your liking. Also, if you like a sweeter coleslaw, feel free to add any sweeteners. 
  • Add more curry powder to your liking. If you live in Australia,  I use Keens Curry Powder. 

February 11, 2013

Vegan Thai Coconut Noodles Recipe


Serves 4

The other night, Jerome and I really felt like a delicious bowl of noodles but I couldn't really be bothered to cook a big meal. So, I decided to make a quick but delicious noodle dish with a tasty sauce prepared in the food processor. We absolutely loved it and I know that it will be a great week-night meal for those busy workaholics! Not only does it have that genuine Asian noodle taste but it is also extremely easy to make! The flavours are so amazing that I bet you will eat it straight out of the frypan! :)




Sauce:
   2 garlic cloves

   1 tablespoon vegan red curry paste
   thumb size piece of  ginger
   ¼ cup veggie stock
   ¾ cup coconut milk
   1 tablespoon soy sauce
   salt and pepper
   1 tablespoon sesame oil
   ½ cup raw cashews

Other:
   150g extra-firm tofu, diced
   1 tablespoon kecap manis
   200g rice noodles
   1 tablespoon oil
   1 cup roughly chopped broccoli florets
   1 cup chopped green beans
   1 cup diced red capsicum
   ½ cup finely sliced green onions
   coriander to garnish


  1. Add the diced tofu to a bowl. Spoon in the kecap manis and toss around until the tofu is evenly covered. Set aside.
  2. Add all of the 'sauce' ingredients to a food processor or blender and process until completely combined and smooth. Set aside. 
  3. Prepare the rice noodles according to the packet instructions. Drain and set aside.
  4. In a fry pan or wok on high heat, add the oil, broccoli and tofu and toss around. Stir fry for about 5 minutes until the broccoli is browning and the tofu has browned on all sides.
  5. Add the beans and the capsicum and stir fry for a couple of minutes until the beans begin to tenderise. 
  6. Add the green onions and the and noodles and toss to combine.
  7. Pour in the sauce and toss to evenly coat the noodles.
  8. Stir fry for another 1 to 2 minutes until the sauce has heated through. (Be careful that the noodles do not stick to the bottom of the pan).
  9. Take off the heat and serve immediately.
  10. Garnish with coriander leaves and an extra drizzle of coconut milk if needed. Enjoy!

February 10, 2013

Vegan Groceries at Coles Australia


LAST UPDATED: 26th March 2017

* = includes unethical palm oil

Vegan "Meat" Substitutes & Tofu:
  • Fry's Crumbed Schnitzel
  • Fry's Vegetarian Traditional Burgers
  • Fry's Country Mushroom Pies
  • Fry's Vegetarian Chicken-Style Strips
  • Sanitarium "Not Burgers"
  • Sanitarium Lentil Patties
  • Sanitarium Veggie Roast
  • Sanitarium Deli Luncheon
  • Sanitarium Nutmeat
  • Sanitarium  Nutolene
  • Sanitarium Vegetarian Sausages
  • Sanitarium Tender Pieces
  • Sanitarium Casserole Mince
  • Syndian Falafel
  • Syndian Veggie Bites
  • Syndian Asian Bean and Kumera
  • Syndian Lentil Burgers
  • Soyco Tofu - Japanese, Malaysian, Thai
  • Soyco Soy Steak
  • Blue Lotus Sweet chilli Tofu Nuggets
  • Blue Lotus Premium Silken Tofu
  • Nutrisoy Extra Firm Tofu
  • Nutrisoy Tofu Spicy
  • Nutrisoy Tasy Tempeh
  • Simply Better Foods Organic Tofu
  • Eatwell Lentil Burgers and Red Lentil Burgers
  • Eatwell Veggie Burgers - Chickpea & Sunflower Seeds and Chickpea & Spinach
  • Yumi's Falafel Balls
  • Orgran Falafel Mix
  • N.S.M Falafel Mix
  • Quorn Nuggets
  • Quorn Schnitzels

Milk Substitutes & Flavouring:
  • So Good Milks - Rice, Almond, Soy
  • Coles - Soy
  • Vitasoy - soy, rice, oat
  • Pure Harvest - rice, almond, soy, oat
  • Australia's Own - Almond, Rice, Soy
  • Nestle Carnation - Soy Creamy Cooking Milk
  • Nesquik - Chocolate, Strawberry
  • Bonsoy soy milk
  • Coles organic drinking chocolate (powder)

Pastry and Frozen Savoury Goods:
  • Coles Oriental Vegetable Platter
  • Ho Mai Spring Rolls
  • Coles Puff Pastry
  • Coles Vegetable Spring Rolls
  • Pampas Shortcrust Pastry
  • Orgran Pastry Mix - Puff, Shortcrust, Shortbread
  • Nevana Fresh Pizza Bases

Misc. Savoury:
  • Pitago Organic Soup - pumpkin & ginger, tomato & thume and minestrone. 
  • Campbells Ladle Farmhouse Vegetable Canned Soup
  • Heinz Canned Soups - Very Special Homestyle Veg and Barley, Spicy Lentil
  • SPC Rich Tomato Baked Beans
  • Heinz - Baked Beans in Rich Tomato
  • Coles Organic Canned Spaghetti
  • Dolmio Sauces: Basil, Extra Garlic, TOmato Onion and Roast Garlic, Farmhouse Vegetables, Extra Garden Vegetables
  • Raguletto Pasta Sauces: Bolognese, Venetian Onion Herbs and Spices
  • Celebrate Health - Lentils Mediterranean, Quinoa Moroccan, Lentils Moroccon, Organic Vegetable Stock
  • Maggi 2 minute Noodles - oriental flavour only
  • Massel Stockcubes - Chicken, Beef, Vegetable
  • Orgran Egg Replacer
  • Spiral Foods Organic Instant Miso Soup
  • Dr McDougall's Miso Ramen Noodle Soup
  • Dr McDougall's Pad Thai Noodle Soup
  • Dr McDougall's Asian Entrée Teriyaki Noodle
  • Dr McDougall's Asian Entrée Pad Thai Noodle
  • Tasty Bite Bombay Potatoes
  • Tasty Bite Punjab Eggplant
  • Amy's Kitchen canned soups - Lentil flavours, Split pea flavour
  • Coles brand soups - Mexican Bean flavour, Quinoa & sweet potato flavour
  • Celebrate Health recipe bases - Tuscan Meatball, Chinese Beef Stirfry, Teriyaki Chicken, Indian Butter Chicken flavours

Yoghurt, Cream & Cheese Alternatives

  • KingLand Soy Yoghurt variety selection
  • Kingland Custard Pouches
  • Kingland Cream Cheese
  • Chia Co - Chia Pods in vanilla, mango and banana
  • Alpine Coconut Yoghurt (make sure it is not the Alpine goats milk yoghurt)
  • No Udder Coconut Yohurt
  • Bio Cheese - Original

Dips, Sauces and Spreads:
  • Toffuti Better than Cream Cheese
  • Copha Vegetable Shortening
  • Nuttelex spreads: original, lite, olive, coconut oil and olive lite
  • Pureland organic Hommus
  • Coles Sweet Potato Dukkah
  • Coles Caramelised Onion Hommus
  • Coles Olive Hommus
  • Yumi's Basil and Pinenut
  • Yumi's Harissa
  • Yumi's Spicy Pumpkin Dip
  • Yumi's Creamed Beetroot Dip
  • Black Swan Hommus with Garlic Olive Oil
  • Black Swan Hommus 
  • Black Swan White Hommus
  • Masterfoods BBQ Sauce
  • Masterfoods Tomato Sauce
  • Masterfoods Sweet and Sour Sauce
  • Wattle Valley Roasted Pumpking & Basil
  • Kraft Peanut Butter
  • Kraft Vegetmite
  • Kraft Promite (spread)
  • Scooby Doo Sweet William Chocolate Spread
  • Praise 99% Fat-Free Mayonnaise
  • nando's garlic sauce

Savoury Snack Items:
  • Vege Chips Range
  • Smiths Original Chips
  • Kettle Original Chips
  • Doritos Original Corn Chips
  • Sunrise Gluten Free Rice Crackers
  • Arnotts Original Jatz
  • Arnotts BBQ Shapes (Lady on phone at Arnotts confirmed vegan)
  • Vitaweats Original 
  • RW garcia organic blue maize tortilla chips
  • The Wholesome Food Company Popcorn - Raspberry, Cinnamon, Kale and Quinoa Flavours
  • Coles Salted Pretzels
  • Pringles - Original and Sweet Chilli
  • Majans Bhuja Snacks - Nut Mix
  • Cobs popcorn - lightly salted slightly sweet, sea salt flavours
  • Kettle chips - sea salt, salt & vinegar, chili flavours
  • Johnny's Popcorn Delights - Caramel, Buttery, Sweet and Salty

Savoury Breads:
  • Golden Crumpets
  • Tip Top Original English Muffins
  • Homestyle Bake Herb, Garlic and Parsley Focaccia 
  • Byblos Original White Pita Bread
  • Mighty Soft Burger Buns
  • Helga's bread

Cereal:
  • Sanitarium Weet-Bix
  • Uncle Toby's Plus Fibre Apples and Sultanas
  • Cheerios 4 Wholegrains
  • Kellogs Rice Bubbles
  • Kellogs Nutri-Grain
  • Kellogs coco pops

Cold/Frozen Aisle Sweet Things:
  • Sanitarium So Good Ice Creams - Chocolate, Vanilla
  • Weis Sorbets - Lemon, Pineapple & Tahitian Lime, Summer Betties, Passion Orange and Australian Mango
  • Peters Frosty Fruits Icypoles - Tropical flavour only
  • Calippo Icepoles
  • Kingland Mango and Peach Yoghurt
  • Kingland Variety Yoghurt Pack
  • Nanna's Mini Lite Apple Pies
  • Nanna's Frozen Choc Filled Churros 
  • Bulla Sherbet Fruity Pops
  • Over the Moo Icecream

    Biscuits & Bars:
    • Leda Fruit Filled Bars - Triple Berry, Apple, Strawberry
    • Leda Chocolate Rum Balls
    • Leda Gingernut cookies
    • Leda Minton Biscuits
    • Leda Choculence
    • Leda Dunkies Biscuits
    • Leda Choc Chip Cookies
    • Leda Golden Crunch
    • Orgran Itsy Bitsy Bears Biscuits
    • Kids Outback Animals Biscuits
    • McVities Original Digestives
    • Golden Days Original Sesame Snaps
    • Arnott's Nice Busicuits
    • Arnott's Choc Ripple Biscuits
    • Arnott's Lemon Crisp Biscuits
    • Arnott's Raspberry Shortcake Biscuits
    • Oreos - Chocolate and Strawberry varieties (Only the Australian stock)
    • BiSCOFF Caramelised Biscuit

    Sauces & Stocks

    • Praise fat-free mayonnaise 
    • Masterfoods Traditional Tatare sauce - Rich & Creamy 
    • Masterfoods BBQ Sauce 
    • Masterfoods Tomato Sauce 
    • Masterfoods Sweet and Sour Sauce 
    • All Massel Stocks 
    • Massel Supreme Gravy 
    • Spring Gully Worcestershire sauce 
    • Pataks Jalfrezi Simmer sauce 
    • Cottees 'Thick n Rich' Toppings - Chocolate, Strawberry
    • Coles brand tomato sauce

    Misc. Sweet Goods:
    • Movietime Multi-Coloured Popcorn
    • Mrs May's Dry Snacks - Pumpkin Crunch, Cranberry Crunch
    • Coles Icecream Cones
    • Altimate Waffle Cones'
    • Freedom Foods Pancake Mix

    Lollies, Chocolate, Lozenges & Mints:
    • Eskal Noble Choice Dairy Free Dark Mint Chocolate
    • Eskal Noble Choice Dairy Free Dark Chocolate
    • Eskal Noble Choice Dairy Free Dark Chocolate With Roasted Almonds.
    • Coles Brand Dark Chocolate
    • Lindt Chocolate Blocks- 70% Cocoa and 85% Cocoa Dark Chocolate
    • Sweet William Chocolate Range
    • Hubba Bubba Bubblegum
    • Green & Black 70% Dark Chocolate Block
    • X-Treme Sour Straps
    • Lifesavers
    • Fino Confections Soft Jellies - Berry and Citrus packs
    • Sour Patch Kids Jelly Babies
    • Eclipse mints
    • Soothers

    Drinks
    • Red Bull energy drinks
    • V energy drinks
    • Mother energy drinks (not the orange one)
    • Monster energy drinks
    • Power Edge energy drink mixes
    • Most of the Coca-Cola and Shweppes brand soft drinks except for the products listed here
    • Cadbury Drinking Chocolate
    • Nestle Nesquick in chocolate and vanilla
    • Bickfords chocolate milk mix
    • Macro organic drinking chocolate
    • Cocobella Coconut Water
    • Akta-Vite
    • 21 Black Energy Drink

    * = includes unethical palm oil

    February 8, 2013

    Vegan Party Food eBook


    We are very excited to announce that our second ebook 'Vegan Party Food' will released in the coming weeks. Jerome and I have been working on this one for a while now to help all of you lovely vegans with delicious and easy party food to share with your friends and family. I have received quite a few emails from Veggieful followers who get anxious attending non-vegan parties. Now, with our new ebook you will have lots of party ideas to make your entertaining fun and easy. No more worrying about what food to take or if others will like it! Use our recipes to show-off how delicious vegan food can be! Weeeeee! :)

    Keep checking back for the release of 'Vegan Party Food'! 

    February 5, 2013

    Vegan Whipped Cream Recipe


    When I first transitioned to the wonderful vegan lifestyle I wondered how I would master an easy vegan whipping cream recipe. I think every vegan wants delicious cream with only three ingredients! And this is it! I have been making this cream for a year or so now and the other day when I was making it, I thought "Why haven't I yet published this on Veggieful?". So I immediately put another 2 cans of coconut cream in the fridge to be ready for Jerome to photograph. 

    This recipe is showing you how refrigerating cans of coconut cream over 10 hours or so will allow the fatty coconut cream to separate from the oily milky content. You can then scoop off the thick cream layer, add your sweeteners and whip it to your liking. Ta da! You may have seen this idea scattered around the internet or on pinterest as it is such an amazing thing to have on hand. I now always keep a couple of cans of coconut cream in the fridge so that I have vegan cream whenever I need it! Get ready for your desserts to be amazing and for a few days of  having cream on everything! Haha :) 

    If you are looking for a savoury or a more nutty vegan cream alternative, try our cashew cream recipe here.


    Makes 1 cup of cream

       2x 400ml cans full-fat coconut cream (not coconut milk)
       1 tablespoon icing sugar (confectioners sugar)
       ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract 


    1) Put two 400ml cans of full-fat coconut cream in the coolest part of your fridge. Try not to shake or disturb the cans.

    2) Refrigerate for 10 or more hours until completely cooled through (The longer it has been in the fridge, the better and thicker the cream will be).

    3) Without shaking or disturbing the can, carefully sit the can upright and open it.
    Can of coconut cream after 12 hours

    4) As shown in the photo above, there should be a thick layer of fatty coconut cream which has separated from the coconut milk and oil below. Scoop off the fatty creamy layer from both cans and place it into a bowl. This is the part we will be using in this recipe. You will get approx. about 1 cup of cream from both cans. 

    Can after the creamy fatty layer has been scooped off

    5) You should now be left with the coconut milk as shown in the photo above. Set this aside for another time. 

    6) Add the icing sugar and vanilla extract to the bowl with the coconut cream.

    7) On a medium to high speed, use electric beaters or an electric whisker to beat the cream for about 6 minutes or so until it becomes really thick. At first you may think that it is not working, but keep beating for the whole 6 minutes until it is visibly much thicker. 

    8) Serve immediately on scones, cakes or desserts or spoon into a piping bag and pipe for a lovely and tasty decoration. Enjoy!



    • You will need coconut cream... not coconut milk! Coconut cream has the creamy and fatty content needed to whip up a delicious cream.
    • If you would rather not use icing sugar, feel free to add any of your favourite sweeteners such as maple syrup, agave syrup etc...
    • When you are beating the cream, make sure you do it for the whole 6 minutes or so. if at one point you think it will not thicken up, continue to do it for the whole time because it will suddenly get extra thick and delicious!
    • Taste and add more icing sugar if you would like a sweeter cream.

    February 1, 2013

    Vegan Recipes



        2 Minute Microwaveable Choc Muffin

        2 Minute Microwaveable Sticky Date Pudding



        Bread and Butter Pudding
        Chocolate Brownies

        Chocolate Hot Cross Buns

        Date and Walnut Loaf

        Fruit Mince Pies 





        Chocolate and Peanut Butter Sorbet

        Instant Berry Champagne Sorbet

        Mango Popsicles


        Cashew Cream 

        Frosting and Icing

        Nutella Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

        Rosebud Icing Cake Decorations

        Whipped Coconut Cream   



        Chocolate and Cherry Custard Tarts
        Chocolate Custard

        Poached Pears

        Rum Balls



         Apple and Cinnamon Heart Wholemeal Pancakes
         Basic Blueberry Overnight Oats
         Berry Tofu Yoghurt

         Big Vegan Breakfast
         French Toast
         Granola - The Best in the World
         Granola - Chocolate and Hazelnut OMG

         Happy Smoothie
         Healthy Guilt-Free Banana Breakfast Muffins
         Peaches and Cream Yoghurt Crumble Cup



         Satay Noodles
         Thai Coconut Noodles
         Udon Noodle and Vegetable Stir Fry


         Alfredo Pasta

         Asparagus and Lemon Linguine 
         Avocado Pesto Pasta
         Baby Spinach, Tomato and Garlic Pasta

         Basil Pesto Pasta

         Creamy Broccoli and Mushroom Pasta
         Mexican Lasagne 

         Pasta Puttanesca

         Penne with Caramelised Cauliflower
         Spaghetti Bolognese 
         Tofu and Baby Spinach Lasagne
         Tomato and Basil Pesto Pasta



        Basic White Pizza Dough
        Basic Wholemeal Pizza Dough
        Basil Pesto Pizza
        Hawaiian Pizza
        Macadamia and Spinach Pesto Pizza
        Mexican Pizza
        Mushroom and White Sauce Pizza

        Pumpkin and Balsamic Pizza
        Satay Pizza

        Tandoori Tofu Pizza


     
        Curried Tofu and Lemon Rice
        Curried Tofu Eggless Sandwiches

        San Choy Bau Lettuce Cups
        Satay Tofu Skewers and Cucumber Salad
        Sweet and Sour Tofu
        Teriyaki Tofu and Cashew Stir-Fry
        Vegetable and Tofu Quiche

        Waldorf Salad and Tofu Wrap    



        Roasted Vegetable Salad with Parsley Dressing
        Curried Coleslaw
        Taco Salad



    Looking for holiday recipes? Check out our Christmas recipes and Valentines Day recipes