Linda McCartney’s Gingerbread Cake

This recipe has been adapted from one in Linda McCartney’s Family Kitchen, which describes the dish as follows: “Gingerbread is a much-loved classic bake and this dairy-free version is wonderfully squidgy, sticky and satisfying. This is great just as it is or, when served with some plant-based vanilla ice cream, it makes a delightful dessert.”

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Linda McCartney’s Deep-Dish Pie

This recipe has been adapted from one in Linda McCartney’s Family Kitchen, which describes the dish as follows: “This is a totally gorgeous pie—bring this to the table and everyone will sigh with delight. And as we use ready-made vegan pastry and burgers or meatballs, it is easy to put together. The pastry is widely… Read more »

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Linda McCartney’s French Toast

This recipe has been adapted from one in Linda McCartney’s Family Kitchen, which describes the dish as follows: “Quick and easy, French toast was a favourite treat when we were children and we still love it today. Linda used the irresistible flavours of cinnamon, vanilla and maple syrup in her recipe and, when topped with… Read more »

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Bomb Veg’s Vegan Jackfruit Pulled ‘Pork’

Adapted from a recipe by and published by permission of Bomb Veg

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Bomb Veg’s Easy Vegan Toad in the Hole

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Quick Cranberry Sauce

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