Posts Tagged ‘cashew’

Spring Chickpea Buddha Bowl | I Spy Plum Pie

Recipe: Spring Chickpea Buddha Bowl

With delicious Spring produce readily available at the moment I’m all about meals that allow them to shine. This chickpea buddha bowl is an excellent example of that! Simple, healthy, delicious and topped with a creamy cashew sauce – what more could you want!

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Cashew Capsicum Dip | I Spy Plum Pie

Recipe: Cashew Capsicum Dip

It’s been a while since I’ve whipped up a dip, but this cashew capsicum dip was well worth the wait! It’s creamy, delicious and completely vegan! It does require a little planning ahead, but after that it’s a breeze to make.

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Honey Paprika Spiced Nuts | I Spy Plum Pie

Recipe: Honey Paprika Spiced Nuts

After taking lots of sweet foods into the office I decided to mix things up and go savoury with these honey paprika spiced nuts. In fact, I could barely stop snacking on them so it was a miracle any made it into my office at all! They were a big hit though, and didn’t last long in the office either!

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Recipe: Cashew and Cranberry Bliss Balls

I went through a stage quite some time back where I was experimenting with lots of different Bliss Ball varieties with traditional date & cacao balls, fig & goji bliss balls and apricot & almond balls all getting a run in my kitchen. I hadn’t made any in such a long time so when I was trying to think of a tasty snack to take to work I decided it was time to try a new flavour combination. I had a rather large supply of dried cranberries on hand so Cashew and Cranberry Bliss Balls seemed the appropriate way to go!

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Recipe: Cashew & Cranberry Granola

After seeing macadamia granola recipes on both The Sticky and Sweet and 84th and 3rd I decided it was time I tried making my own granola, but went with cashew as my nut of choice and threw in a good amount of both cranberries and coconut to sweeten the whole thing up. It turned out really delicious and I have been loving it for breakfast with some coconut yoghurt and berries, or sprinkling it on top of smoothies for a bit of crunch. It’s so easy to make so you can personalise it to your own tastes without having to worry about added sugar or other preservatives. I have a feeling I’ll be making this very often!

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