Today’s prompt – Pot Luck Perfection
I have dinner at my Mum’s usually once a week after swimming and this is one of her recipes. It is quick to make with easy ingredients and freezes well too!
For a pot luck this can be heated up quickly in the microwave or on the stove or can be eaten cold.
What are your go to pot luck meals? Let me know in the comments below.
Thought I’d just do a short post to share some photos from the potluck I attended last night.
My friend Maxine hosted the event at her house to celebrate the first anniversary of our local activism group Havering Vegan Action.
It was so nice to go to an event where I could eat absolutely everything knowing no animals had been hurt in the process.
The food was so good, I need to get the recipes from everyone! We had a good mix of savoury and sweet and no two people brought the same dish.
On this plate we have a savoury quinoa dish, a creamy mushroom pasta, nut roast, lasagna and a chickpea and tofu salad. Not pictured is the sausage rolls I made as I was more excited about trying everybody else’s dishes.
Firstly for dessert we had this gorgeous raw “cheesecake” made with cashews, pineapple and tumeric.
Next up we have these nutty vegan brownies topped with raspberries.
And lastly these peanutty flapjacky protein bars.
Of course I had to try all three accompanied by some vegan ice cream!
If you’re lucky enough to know a gang of vegans in real life a potluck is a great way of learning new dishes to make. And getting involved in local activism is a great way of meeting those fellow vegans!