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3-Course Vegan Meal & #FreeFromFridays

Happy Friday, lovely people! Anyone fancy a fresh, seasonal vegan meal? Before I get started, I owe you all a huge apology. I have been the worst blogger in the world in the past few weeks, with life taking over and my commenting and sharing being abysmal. I will catch up, I promise, so please don’t put me in blogger jail just now!

A 3-Course Vegan Meal 

Oki doki, now we’ve cleared that one, for your starter, why not have these scrumptious Vegan Red Onion & Chilli Cheese Scones by ‘The Peachicks Bakery?’

Who said vegan food was boring or tasteless? How dare you! Check this simple yet scrumptious menu for a 3-course vegan meal.

The main course, Midge’s Asparagus & Pea Spring Salad with Vegan Cheesy Toast is seasonal, fresh, full of colours and flavours. It is cheesy without the dairy, mouth-watering and pretty. What more could you possibly want?

Who said vegan food was boring or tasteless? How dare you! Check this simple yet scrumptious menu for a 3-course vegan meal.

To finish your meal on a sweet and zingy note, why not having one (or two) of these incredibly cute Vegan Mini Key Lime Pies by ‘The Baking Explorer.’ Spinach, avocado, pecans, dates… this treat is a sin-free one, and a moreish-looking one too!

Who said vegan food was boring or tasteless? How dare you! Check this simple yet scrumptious menu for a 3-course vegan meal.

What have you been cooking this week?

Over to you now!

Grab the badge and add your posts below. Emma and I are looking forward to a good read with a cuppa.

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Who said vegan food was boring or tasteless? How dare you! Check this simple yet scrumptious menu for a 3-course vegan meal.


  1. 26/05/2017 / 9:22 am

    Oh Mel, don’t feel bad – life is way more important than blogging…and I didn’t even notice, I bet no one else did either…I feel constantly like I am not ‘doing enough’ of various blogging related things (hey we can hang out in Blogger Jail together!!) but there are only so many hours in the day – aaaargh drives me crazy sometimes, but I comfort myself with the idea that I probably have years and years of blogging ahead of me…so I will get there in the end!! 😀 Eb x

    • Mel
      26/05/2017 / 11:58 am

      Agreed 100%. I definitely don’t want to compromise on my children’s happiness. Lots of cuddles and fun, a little blogging 🙂

  2. 26/05/2017 / 11:12 am

    Delicious round up as usual Mel, sitting in the sun in my garden and smacking my lips…..will add linky…just as soon as I can prise my arse out of this garden chair!!!

    • Mel
      26/05/2017 / 11:52 am

      I’m the same: garden bound with the girls, and loving every minute of it!

  3. Monika
    26/05/2017 / 5:21 pm

    What a delicious vegan roundup! I’ve just linked up my latest vegan and gluten free recipe. Have a nice weekend:)

    • Mel
      26/05/2017 / 6:40 pm

      Thanks Monika! Have a lovely weekend too.

  4. 26/05/2017 / 9:39 pm

    3 courses, all suitable for my whole family, what’s not to like. I love the scones, will def be trying them. Life is crazy busy here too, I never seem to get a minute to blog anymore. It’s full on with the boys and that’s good but I’m neglecting the me time I tend to spend blogging. Here’s to a less crazy June.

    • Mel
      26/05/2017 / 11:40 pm

      I’ll drink to that!!

  5. Emma @ FreeFromFarmhouse
    26/05/2017 / 9:57 pm

    I had no idea how amazing vegan food could be until we were thrown into the allergy world. And I think that salad just looks delicious.

    • Mel
      26/05/2017 / 11:40 pm

      Same here! I would never have looked at vegan food twice, but I love it these days!

  6. pinkiebag
    28/05/2017 / 7:52 pm

    A delicious round up as always. I want to try those scones #freefromfridays

    • Mel
      29/05/2017 / 1:21 am

      Me too!

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