How To Make Homemade Hummus – In Just 5 Minutes!

How To Make Homemade Hummus - a delicious and filling three minute version of the classic dish - makes a fantastic snack and dip! | hurrythefoodup.com

If you’ve been keeping any sort of an eye on this blog (or are signed up to our newsletter), then you’ll know we’re engrossed in finding healthy snacks right now. And hummus is at the top of our list. We’re slightly obsessed with it. Well, really obsessed. Particularly with carrots. …

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High Protein Vegetarian Meal Plan – Build Muscle and Tone Up!

High Protein Vegetarian Meal Plan - Build Muscle and Tone Up! | hurrythefoodup.com

Let’s be honest, vegetarians have a harder time following a high protein diet than people who eat meat. If you’re a male trying to build build muscle on a vegetarian diet, I’m sure you’ve asked yourself “how can I get enough protein?” And if you’re a vegetarian female trying to …

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Amazingly Quick and Healthy Sweet Potato Soup (30 mins)

Amazingly Quick and Healthy Vegetarian Sweet Potato Soup | hurrythefoodup.com

This Sweet Potato Soup is so damn good that not one, but TWO people with peanut allergies couldn’t resist having a bowl after they witnessed it being cooked. TWO. Sure, they had to take a load of anti-allergy pills afterwards, and probably felt rough for days, but they knew it …

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Vegetarian Baked Beans (15 Minutes)

Vegetarian Baked Beans - ready in 15 minutes and taste just as good as Heinz! | hurrythefoodup.com

You can take Dave out of Britain, but you can’t take the Britain out of Dave. Various people have said that to me over the years I’ve lived in Germany, and after a good giggle and an accepting nod of the head I forget about it again and move on. …

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Jogging Kills. Really?

The Benefits of Running | hurrythefoodup.com

Jogging or running kills. Really? What’s the best way to inspire a whole new generation to stay at home on their arses while doing as little exercise as possible? Why, forget the benefits and tell them ‘Fast running is as deadly as sitting on the couch, scientists find’ (www.telegraph.co.uk) or …

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How to make an Acai Bowl + 8 Insanely Creative Recipes!

How to make an Acai Bowl + 8 Insanely Creative Recipes! | hurrythefoodup.com

After contacting Gisele, my favourite person from Brazil, the home of the Acai Berry, I’m happy to say I now can teach you how to make an acai bowl – original style. I bet not even the hippest California Sunshine Breakfast House can serve any better. Açaí na tigela, man! …

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Vegan Tofu Bolognese – Ready in 30 mins and damn tasty!

Vegan Tofu Bolognese - It was about time we veganized this Italian classic! | hurrythefoodup.com

Vegan Tofu Bolognese. I imagine this is about as far as you can get from the recipe that gave the original dish its name. Although we thought we’d pissed off the Italians with our quick risotto, this one is taking things a step further. We swap the meat for tofu, …

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18 Baked Sweet Potato Recipes | Proper Lush!

18 Baked Sweet Potato Recipes | Proper Lush! #healthy #vegetarian | hurrythefoodup.com

Are sweet potatoes the ultimate vegetable? It’s a bold claim – but perhaps not far from the truth at all. I only started eating them myself a couple of years ago – but they’re now a staple part of my diet – and for very good reason. Not only do …

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Vegetarian on a Budget – 15 Ways to Save You Some Serious Cash

Vegetarian on a Budget - 15 Ways to Save You Some Serious Cash | hurrythefoodup.com

Heya! I recently had a chat with an acquaintance. She said “well, being able to eat vegetarian nowadays is a privilege”. “What?? What makes you say that?” I replied. After chatting a little longer about living vegetarian on a budget, I realized she assumed being vegetarian also means buying only organic …

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Red Pesto Pasta (20 Min, Vegan)

Red Pesto Pasta - The natural evolution of a classic dish | hurrythefoodup.com

Let’s talk less about the pasta and more about the pesto – after all that’s what makes this red pesto pasta special 🙂 Pesto has as interestingly long history – in various guises it can trace its roots back to the Ancient Roman age. The word pesto comes from the original …

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