Don’t worry, I haven’t fallen off the Veganuary wagon, I just didn’t get round to posting on Saturday because I got excited about a friend inviting me to Tenerife this coming Saturday and then on Sunday I was too hungover after celebrating being invited to go to Tenerife this coming Saturday (yes, I fell off *that* particular wagon again).
So, here’s a quick catch-up of Veganuary Days 22, 23 and 24.
Veganuary Day 22
Leftover smoothie from Day 21.
Spinach, olives, cucumber, tomatoes, sundried tomato paste and harissa paste wrap, and an Ainsley Harriot Szechuan Hot & Sour Cup Soup (which, as far as I could tell, is vegan).
Home made tofush and chips from the chippy. Go here for the tofush recipe.
Hot chocolate (Cadbury’s Drinking Chocolate and soya milk) and rice crackers.
Veganuary Day 23
Potato cakes and Vitalite. I love potato cakes.
I fried up some of the leftover smoky mushroom burger from last Saturday.
I keep reading about how most of the Betty Crocker mixes are vegan and you can add a can of fizzy drink instead of egg to keep them vegan and I’ve wanted to test this on the packet of Betty Crocker Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix I’ve had in the cupboard for ages (so ages it was out of date).
I’d read that you should use a bit less than a can’s worth, so I used 300ml of Coke but this was too much and although the brownies taste divine, they’re a bit gooey. But, who cares about a bit of goo when you can have a vegan brownie, eh?
Veganuary Day 24
Nothing, as was too hungover.
Nothing as I’d gone back to bed at lunchtime because I was hungover.
The Meat Eater made a tortilla pizza and even made some vegan garlic bread (it wasn’t as good as mine though). The photo above is from a couple of weeks ago.
I thought I’d give these vegan Free From chocolate desserts from Tesco a go and I wasn’t disappointed. Yum.
So. Just a week left of Veganuary, although if I can’t find anything vegan to eat in Tenerife my Veganuary’s going to end before February. The friend I’m going with though is also a vegetarian (in fact, she’s practically vegan as she’s intolerant to dairy) and I’ve got a list of vegetarian/vegan restaurants in Tenerife so hopefully we can find something to eat that’s not pizza (which is what I usually eat when I go abroad) although I suppose I could ask for pizza without cheese.