Chantal’s Happy Wrappy

My friend came over for dinner and we decided to create an easy recipe ourselves.

Ingredients (for 2 people):
– 2 sweet bell peppers
– 1 red onion
– 250 grams of green beans
– 1 can of chickpeas
– Crème fraiche
– Wraps
– Spices of your liking


  1. First bake the onion for a couple minutes, then add spices
  2. Add the rest of the veggies
  3. Add the chickpeas
  4. If you prefer warm wraps, you can heat them for a few minutes in the pan
  5. To plate your wraps, add the crème fraiche (or substitute for vegan option, like hummus or guacamole) and then the vegetable mixture
  6. Done! The recipe is as easy as this.

Franciska’s Snickers

This recipe is originally from the website ‘From My Bowl‘.

Super easy recipe that will take you right back to vending-machine-snickers bars, but only better! Just the scent of peanut butter mixed with vanilla matches the Snickers as I remember them. See for yourself! 


Caramel Layer

  • 1 packed cup Medjool Dates
  • 2 tbsp Peanut Butter
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • ¼ tsp Salt

Nougat Layer

  • ⅔ cup Oat Flour
  • ¼ cup Date Caramel, from the portion as described above


  • ⅓ cup Dry Roasted Peanuts (either salted or unsalted)
  • about 120 grams of vegan Chocolate


1. Remove the pits from the dates and pack them into 1 cup. Soak them for 10 minutes in hot water.

2. Drain the dates and put them in a food processor with the remaining ingredients for the Caramel layer.

3. Remove the Date Caramel and add the oat flour, combined with ¼ cup of the Date Caramel. Process well until it turns into a sticky dough that will hold together when you pinch it.

4. Press the Oat Flour Nougat intro a small and narrow container. Add the Date Caramel evenly over the Nougat and press the peanuts into the Caramel layer.

5. Place this in the freezer for 60-90 minutes until firm.

6. When taken out of the freezer, cut into bar-sized pieces. Return these to the freezer whilst you melt the chocolate (either au-bain-marie or in the microwave).

7. Cover the bars with chocolate by placing them one by one in the melted chocolate and using forks to flip the bar, so that it is coated on all sides. Place on parchment paper to dry.

8. Put the bars in the fridge for 5-10 minutes to harden.

Note: you can store them in the fridge for 10 days or a month in the freezer.

Nemo’s Turkish Kisir


  • Dry couscous
  • Red onoin chopped
  • Lemon juice
  • Tomato paste
  • Olive oil
  • Fresh parsley and mint
  • Pepper
  • Salt
  • Hot peppers



  1. Pour boiling water (or vegetable stock) over the couscous and stir.
  2. Let it settle down for a few minutes.
  3. Pour olive oil in a pan, heat until hot.
  4. Add tomato paste.
  5. Stir and fry with onions and red (hot) peppers for a few minutes.
  6. Add couscous to the pan, season with herbs, spices and lemon juice.

Nemo’s Lasagne


  • Whole grain (or spelt) lasagne noodles
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Zucchini
  • Mushrooms
  • Carrots
  • Leak
  • Onoin
  • Tomato sauce
  • Fresh spinach
  • Plant based milk
  • Spelt flour
  • Optional: seeds (sesame/sunflower…)



Red sauce:

  1. Chop the onions and sauté them in oil.
  2. Add the tomato sauce and spice it up with basil, parsley and black pepper.
  3. Add half of the finely chopped zucchini.

Vegetable sauce:

  1. Cut the leak and sauté in oil.
  2. Add the rest of the vegatables and mushrooms and 2 spoons of tahini.
  3. Mix well, and when cooked, blend it with a hand blender.

Béchamel sauce:

  1. Mix a few spoons of oil (or plant based butter), a few spoons of spelt flour and plant based milk.
  2. Season it with nutmeg.


  1. Begin with a thin layer of red sauce directly on the lasagne dish platter, and add the lasagna noodles.
  2. Top up with the vegetable sauce, add fresh spinach and the noodles.
  3. Start with the red sauce again and make as many layers as you wish.
  4. Make sure all corners are well covered, add some seeds and thinly grated carrots on top.
  5. Put the lasagna in the oven for about 30 min at 180 degrees.

Nellie’s Spring rolls

Vietnamese spring rolls can be incredibly expensive when buying them in a restaurant, however they are amazingly cheap and easy to make at home. In addition you can vary the recipe however you prefer it, making it the ultimate food for non-vegetarians, vegetarians, and vegans.

Serves 2


  • Rice paper
  • Rice noodles (thin)
  • A handful of salad leaves
  • 1 cucumber
  • 1 avocado
  • 1 pack of tofu
  • A handful of peanuts
  • A handful of mint
  • Some soy sauce

How I make it:

  1. Marinade the tofu in some soy sauce, the longer you will marinade it, the stronger it will taste. Once you have marinated your tofu, cut it in slices and fry it in a pan with a little vegetable oil.
  2. Boil some water and put your rice noodles in a bowl. Pour the boiling water over the noodles and let it sit for 3 minutes and then drain the water. This can vary depending on which noodles you buy, best check the package for accurate information!
  3. Cut your cucumber and avocado in slices and wash the salad and the mint leaves.
  4. Prepare a large flat, but bowl-like object (I usually use a pan) and fill it with warm tap water. Put one rice paper at a time in it, until they get a bit softer and then place them on a plate. Careful! This can happen very fast. Do not let them become too soft, as it will become difficult to work with them afterwards
  5. Now you can start putting your ingredients of choice on the paper and then roll it together, similar like you would roll a burrito. I usually start with some salad and some mint, then I add some peanuts, 1-2 slices of avocado, 1-2 slices of cucumber, a piece of tofu and some rice noodles.
  6. Be sure to not fill your spring roll up too much, as it can be difficult to role it later. It might take you some attempts until you figure out how to do it best, however once you have got the trick figured out you will be able to do it in no time.
  7. Lastly, pour some soy sauce in a bowl as a dip and enjoy!

This recipe is part of LUGO’s vegan challenge. In the month of April the LUGO team isn’t consuming any animal products and we hope you’ll join us! A yummy new recipe will be posted twice a week, to make sure this month isn’t so much a challenge as an opportunity to try new things while benefitting the environment!

Mike’s Falafel Wraps

To become more sustainable, I had to change my personal consumption. I’m trying to eat less meat in order to reduce my personal impact towards the environment. One thing that I really like is chicken wraps. However, to become more sustainable, I was wondering how to make this into a delicious vegan dish. It was pretty simple. I just replaced chicken into falafel, because falafel has for me the same kind of texture that meat has. This results in my recipe to be the falafel wrap with tzatziki sauce. It is quick and easy to make and above all very delicious!

Serves two


  • 4-6 wraps
  • Handful of mint
  • 300 gram Alpro soy yoghurt
  • ½ cucumber
  • 2 tomatoes
  • 7 gram parsley
  • 200 gram falafel
  • Lemon juice

How I make it:

  1. Bake the falafel a couple of minutes on both sides.
  2. Remove the seeds from the tomato and cut it in little pieces. Cut the cucumber into little pieces and mix both vegetables together.
  3. Cut the parsley in small pieces and mix it together with the cucumber and tomato.
  4. Sprinkle the mix of cucumber, tomato and parsley with some lemon juice.
  5. Cut the mint in small pieces and mix this with the Alpro soy yoghurt. If necessary, add some pepper and salt.
  6. Lastly, fill the wrap with some baked falafel, tomato-cucumber mix and the yoghurt-mint sauce. Now you will have your quick-and-easy-vegan-falafel-wrap-with-tzatziki- sauce dinner 😉


This recipe is part of LUGO’s vegan challenge. In the month of April the LUGO team isn’t consuming any animal products and we hope you’ll join us! A yummy new recipe will be posted twice a week, to make sure this month isn’t so much a challenge as an opportunity to try new things while benefitting the environment!

Lieske’s Quiche


*(1 cup = 240 milliliters):

  • 400 grams vegetables (broccoli, spinach, mushrooms etc.)
  • 1 cup chickpea flour
  • ¼ cup flour
  • ⅓ cup yeast flakes
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2 teaspoons onion powder
  • ¼ teaspoon paprika powder
  • ¼ teaspoon curry powder
  • 1½ unsweetened plant based milk
  • 1 tablespoon plant based oil (optional)
  • 5 slices savory pie dough
  • 50 grams vegan cheese (optional)



  1. Cook the vegetables for around 4 minutes.
  2. Put the chickpea flour, flour, yeast flakes, salt and herbs in a bowl and mix into a chickpea dough.
  3. Slowly add the plant based milk and oil, until it turns into a nice dough.
  4. Heat the oven to 200 degrees.
  5. Put the savory pie dough in a baking mold, and make sure that the whole mold is covered with dough.
  6. Put the vegetables in there, and put the chickpea dough over it.
  7. Put the vegan cheese on top of the pie, and bake the quiche for around 30 minutes in the oven.



Lieske’s Brownies


*(1 cup = 240 milliliters):

  • 300 gram sweet potato
  • 1 cup cocoa powder
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla aroma
  • 250 gram dades
  • 1,5 cup oatmeal
  • ½ cup soy milk
  • Optional: Nuts (wallnuts, paranuts, raisins etc.)



  1. Cook the sweet potato and put the dades in a bowl with hot water.
  2. Put the sweet potatoes and the dades in a bowl and mix it into a smooth dough.
  3. Add the cocoa powder, the oatmeal, vanilla aroma and soy milk to the dough. Add the nuts to the dough and put the dough in a baking mold.
  4. Bake the brownie for around 30 minutes on 170 degrees in the oven.

Lieske’s Banana Bread

One of my favourite vegan recipes is this delicious banana bread. I wanted to create a snack that is available for everyone. Therefore I made my recipe without any animal products (egg, milk etc.) and it is gluten-free. If you are allergic to nuts you can leave them out or replace them by vegan cacao nibs for example. I always slice the bread in pieces and put them in the freezer. When I’m in a hurry it’s the perfect breakfast to-go or a quick lunch! Enjoy this delicious bread!


  • 1 cup buckwheat flour
  • 1 cup oatmeal
  • cinnamon
  • 150 gram dates
  • ½ cup soy milk
  • a dash vanille aroma
  • 3 bananas
  • nuts
  • raisins

How I make it:

Put the dates, milk, vanille aroma and bananas in a bowl and pulp it with the blender until it is one mass. Take a new bowl and mix the oatmeal, buckwheat flour and cinnamon (a lot, as much as you like). Put everything together in one bowl and mix everything with a fork, and add the raisins/nuts. Put it in the baking mold and in the oven for around 30-45 minutes on 180 degrees celsius (electric oven). Make sure to check the bread regularly, since some ovens are faster than others.


This recipe is part of LUGO’s vegan challenge. In the month of April the LUGO team isn’t consuming any animal products and we hope you’ll join us! A yummy new recipe will be posted twice a week, to make sure this month isn’t so much a challenge as an opportunity to try new things while benefitting the environment!