Tag Archives: mint

Beetroot Smoothie – Powerful yet Smooth(ie)

Beetroot Smoothie - Powerful yet Smooth(ie) | hurrythefoodup.com

If you like beetroots, you’re a lucky person. I’ll explain why in a minute. If you don’t, and you’re like me, you might still want to eat beets anyway. Or at least drink the odd beetroot smoothie. Although I was recently convinced by one of our chefs that meals including …

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Honeydew Melon Soup | Super easy and totally vegan!

Honeydew Melon Soup - Super easy and totally vegan! | hurrythefoodup.com

There must be something in the air – the last month of summer sees the release of not one cold, white soup, but two! Heady times indeed. This honeydew melon soup recipe the is the opposite of our Spanish garlic soup – it’s sweet, creamy and oh-so-fruity. Based around coconut …

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Irresistible Pea and Mint Soup

Irresistible Pea and Mint Soup - perfect for any season | hurrythefoodup.com

Pea and mint soup has been around for a very long time. It’s one of the first dishes I remember (I’m not that old, I’m just making a point, bear with me) and been has been cited throughout history on countless occasions. Well-known around most of Europe, pea soup comes …

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2 Ingredient Pineapple Sorbet (5 Min, Vegan)

Pineapple Sorbet with Mint. Cool. #dessert #sorbet | hurrythefoodup.com

As Howie pointed out in his Banana Oat Fitness Cookies, baking isn’t his thing. And desserts aren’t really mine. We’re manly men (cue Robin Hood singing) after all 😉 That being said, there’s a time and a place for everything. Recently the sun was shining (don’t worry, it’s gone again …

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Honey Glazed Carrots in Tarragon and Mint (20 Min, Vegan)

Delicious soft honey glazed carrots complemented with tarragon and mint for that real Christmassy flavour | #Christmas #vegetarian | hurrythefoodup.com

Honey Glazed Carrots – integral to pretty much any Christmas lunch. Easy to do wrong, even easier to do right. There are so many different versions out there – but we think we’ve created the best. Tarragon goes really well when combined with sweet things – and carrots are a …

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