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February MiniMoFo

February MiniMoFo

If you’re feeling the love in February, we’re right there with you! For February’s MiniMoFo theme, we’re embracing all things fancy – whether that’s cooking a fancy meal, or whipping something up for the person you fancy! It doesn’t need to be a romantic meal, of course, we’ll take any fancy breakfast, brunch, packed lunch, dessert, or cocktail you care to show us, whatever the occasion or whomever you’re cooking for!

As always, everyone can participate in MiniMoFo, and newcomers are always welcome to join in – the only rule is to keep it vegan! Use the hashtag #MiniMoFo on social media, and link to your blog post in the comments below so that we can come and see what you’ve been cooking and feature you in our roundup post at the end of the month.

January MiniMoFo Roundup

January MiniMoFo Roundup

The first month of 2019 is over! We asked you your advice on beating the blues for this MiniMoFo – and you definitely delivered.

@atinyhousevegan

Nina has been cooking so much good food this month – check out her instagram for more! This is a frugal meal too – after using half a can of coconut cream for cupcakes, the other half went into this delicious soup.

@veg_domesticgoddess

Kira took on a project and made vegan pho – several steps and hours in the kitchen, but perfect to keep yourself warm and enjoying yourself on these cold days!

@ambereatsveg

Start the day with a good breakfast, and you’re on track to a wonderful blues-busting day! This southwest cauliflower scramble is just one of Amber’s creations this month, and they all look delicious.

Living the Dream

Jen took the “blues” prompt literally and made a granola smoothie bowl using blue spirulina, which gives it the beautiful blue colour! Featuring fresh fruit and homemade granola – definitely looks lovely!

@vegfullife

Kirsty made stuffed carnival squash with veggies and rice, and a walnut dijon cream dressing – how good does that dressing sound?

Herbivore’s Heaven

Jenny isn’t feeling the blues herself this January, but kindly for those who are, she provided us with pictures of these gorgeous waffles from Puro in Prague. With baked apples, hazelnuts, maple syrup, and whipped cream – they’d definitely do the job.

@dimsimkitty

Keeping on the sweet theme, Susan had some cheering up with friends and milkshakes –  these are butterscotch, and strawberry flavours – yum! Perfect blues busting for the Brisbane summer.

@ms.spaetzle

Back to savoury, and a lovely green pasta meal – with peas and preserved winter garlic, yum!

@imogenmichel

One sure way to beat the blues is to go for deep fried, delicious food. Deep fried pizza, chips, battered sausages, cheesy garlic bread…need I say more?

@veganblueberry

Some great advice from Blueberries on beating the winter blues – keep warm and cosy and drink delicious chai!

@emflower.x

How about some baked goods to help you beat the blues? Millionaire’s Shortbread is rich and full of caramel and great for cheering you up!

 

Thank you to everyone who took part in MiniMoFo this month – Stay tuned for February’s, coming soon!