10 Tips to Stay Healthy Over Christmas and a Really Easy Vegan Cheese!

  You can still indulge over Christmas and the New Year without completely ruining your healthy eating regime or piling on as many pounds as you might usually. Just making a few small adjustments can make a huge difference to your overall health and, if you’re watching your weight, to your waistline. 1. Try an alternative roast potato. Yes, traditional crispy roast potatoes laden with sizzling oil are a delicious wonder. But how about roasting your potatoes in a flavoursome vegetable stock instead? It really works! You will still get crisp potatoes with fluffy centres only this time they’ll also be infused with aromatic flavours too! Check out this recipe. 2. Alternative cauliflower cheese – seriously… this stuff is like crack… I use an amazing sauce from my friend Somer at Vedged Out to make the most INCREDIBLE cauliflower cheese bake. It’s also SO easy, no whisking a roux or a lumpy white sauce. You simply add the cheeseball ingredients minus the coconut oil and with just 1 cup of cashews (so already reducing the fat by a third) plus 1.5 cups of hot water to a blender and blend until perfectly smooth. Then smother over lightly steamed cauliflower and baked until golden, blackened in parts and with a lovely crust. You’re welcome 3. Swede mash… cook swede in a flavoursome stock and season with lo-salt and you won’t miss the butter or margarine. 4. Opt for homemade custard instead of ready made cartons or cre...
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