Happy Mothers Day. Vegan & Free From EASY crepes!

Happy Mothers Day: Vegan and Free From EASY crepes. 

To all of you wonderful Mums celebrating Mothers Day today (it’s Mothers Day in the UK today) I’d love to wish you all a fantastic day. 🙂

Mother, Mum, Mummy, Mam or anything else you may be called here’s praying that today especially you are rewarded for all of your hard work!DSC_1347

Who else would wake up at the crack of dawn (or even through the night) just because you’re awake? Who else would make breakfast, lunch and dinner for you EVERY day? Who else would comfort you when you’re poorly? Who else would wipe away the tears? Who else would take time off work to attend assemblies, performances, sports events? Who else would traipse all over to take you to out of school clubs and friends houses? Who else would let you have friends over to play or even sleepover? Who else would brush your hair, clean your face & wipe your nose?! 😛 Who else would help you with your homework & read a bedtime story? Who else would make sure you had clean, ironed clothes? Who else would turn your day around if it wasn’t going to plan? The answer is usually Mum! Think of all the things that Mums do… That’s a LOT of unpaid work! So, today, be thankful and grateful for all Mums everywhere. 🙂 We love you Mums. 🙂

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Oh… What a well trained boy! Without a recipe, just on seeing how they’re made, I was presented with these gorgeous crepes for breakfast in bed! Three simple ingredients (& a lot of love) produced thin, crispy crepes… Vegan and Free From of course! No measuring! I was given instructions: oats in the blender, milk which soaked into the oats, a banana, then milk to cover the banana. Blitz it for a long time until smooth then pour into a pan with a bit of coconut oil. Well… I know he’s not reading this but I was VERY impressed! 😀 Maybe someone will tell him! 😛 They were so very delicious especially with the chocolate sauce and black cherries. YUMYUM!

Happy Mothers Day everyone x x x

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  • pinkiebag 6th Mar 2016 at 11:53

    I can’t see the cherry ?. Happy Mothers Day, Chloe.
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  • peanutbutterandellie 7th Mar 2016 at 01:36

    YUM! You’ve raised your son well to make you breakfast in bed 🙂
    Is he vegan?
    Happy Mother’s Day!! That’s so interesting that it’s a different day in the UK!

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    • Laurena@LifeDietHealth
      Laurena@LifeDietHealth 7th Mar 2016 at 08:18

      Thanks Ellie. 🙂 No, he’s not vegan, not even vegetarian 🙁 but he is dairy intolerant so at least he eats my vegan cheezes! He also loves my vegan sour cream and will try most foods I present provided he doesn’t know the ingredients! :p x

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      • peanutbutterandellie 8th Mar 2016 at 00:46

        That is so cool that he’s willing to try most foods you give him! My non-vegan brother turns his nose up at anything I make, even though he’s never tried it before. 🙁

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        • Laurena@LifeDietHealth
          Laurena@LifeDietHealth 8th Mar 2016 at 17:51

          You should make him try your now famous banana bombs :p Tell him they must be good as they made the paper and he’s truely missing out! That or make something he would like and pretend your Mum made it and it’s ‘his version of real’! 🙂

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          • peanutbutterandellie 9th Mar 2016 at 03:15

            He won’t eat banana bombs (probably since I love them- haha). I could definitely make vegan brownies though and pass them off as non-vegan! Mwahaha

          • Laurena@LifeDietHealth
            Laurena@LifeDietHealth 9th Mar 2016 at 12:26

            Ooo yes… brownies! 🙂 Must post that new brownie recipe soon! 🙂

          • peanutbutterandellie 9th Mar 2016 at 12:48

            Yes! YUM.

  • Elaine @ foodbod 7th Mar 2016 at 19:12

    A lovely post and a lovely treat xx

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  • Sophie33 15th Mar 2016 at 18:35

    A cool post & you earned it, my dear! x

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