Celebrities donate their favourite vegan recipes to Veganuary’s cookbook

Read Time:   |  5th December 2017

Some of the nation’s most-loved celebrities have donated their favourite Veganuary recipes to a beautifully-designed e-cookbook that is sent free of charge to all Veganuary participants.

Celebrities donate their favourite vegan recipes to Veganuary's cookbook

Among the stars’ plant-based recipes are:

  • Chickpea Burgers – John Bishop, comedian
  • Thai Red Curry – Anthony Mullally, Leeds Rhinos rugby league player and Ireland international
  • Raw spaghetti pesto – Tim Shieff, freerunner and star of Ninja Warriors
  • Shepherd’s Pie with a Mediterranean Twist – Jasmine Harman, television presenter
  • Random Green Soup – Joanna Lumley, actress
  • Spinach and Potato curry – Jason Gillespie, cricket coach
  • Turkish Delight Cupcakes – Carl Donnelly, comedian
  • Decadent chocolate cake – Peter Tatchell, civil rights campaigner

The e-book is sent free of charge to everyone who registers to take part in the month-long vegan challenge. Last year, 60,000 took part and this year organisers are predicting the figure will top 150,000. Far from being a fad, veganism looks to be a trend that will continue to grow.

There is an ever-increasing number of high-profile advocates of a plant-based diet with Lewis Hamilton, Robbie Williams and maybe even Jeremy Corbyn adopting an animal-free diet.  Veganuary’s own Ambassadors include comedian Sara Pascoe, food writer Jack Monroe and television presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford.

Celebrities donate their favourite vegan recipes to Veganuary's cookbook

Says Daisy Miceli, Head of Marketing at Veganuary: ‘Our celebrity recipe e-book is a great way for Veganuary participants to get started on their plant-based adventure! All the recipes are tried, tested and absolutely delicious. From soups and salads to rich, appetizing mains and indulgent desserts, this little book is a unique introduction to plant-based cooking.’

The full list of recipes included in the e-cookbook is as follows:

  • Avocado Nums, Biff Naked – Own recipe
  • Trio of Salads, Bryan Adams – Recipes created after public statement about his favourite food
  • Random Green Soup, Joanna Lumley – Own recipe
  • Guacamole, Beyoncé – Recipe created after public statement about her favourite food
  • Tabbouleh, Joaquin Phoenix – Recipe created after public statement about his favourite food
  • Shepherd’s Pie,  Jasmine Harman – Own recipe
  • Potato and Spinach Curry, Jason Gillespie – Own recipe
  • Spaghetti Bolognese, Leona Lewis – Recipe created after public statement about her favourite food
  • Chickpea Burgers, John Bishop – Own recipe
  • Thai Red Curry, Anthony Mullally – Own recipe
  • Parmigiana di Melanzane, Peter Egan – Own recipe
  • Not Meatballs, Jack Monroe – Own recipe, featured on CookingOnABootstrap.com
  • Raw Spaghetti Pesto, Tim Shieff – Own recipe
  • Gluten-free Pizza, Pamela Anderson – Recipe created after public statement about her favourite food
  • Chocomole, Jason Mraz -Recipe created after public statement about his favourite dessert
  • Turkish Delight Cupcakes, Carl Donnelly – Own recipe
  • Strawberry Shortcakes, Moby – Recipe created after public statement about his favourite desserts
  • Pecan Pie Truffles, Mayim Bialik – Own recipe, made public
  • Sticky Toffee Pudding, Madonna –  Recipe created after public statement about her favourite dessert
  • Decadent Chocolate Cake, Peter Tatchell – Own recipe

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