Vikki Chowney

Vikki Chowney

Hampstead, London / Chief Content Strategist at H+K London. Insatiable wanderlust, playlists for every occasion, happiest when I'm hosting/plotting.
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Vegan chocolate fudge cake - an easy to make, moist, fudgy vegan chocolate cake topped with coconut milk ganache. No one will be able to guess that it's vegan! #vegan #baking #chocolatecake

Vegan chocolate fudge cake - an easy to make, moist, fudgy vegan chocolate cake topped with coconut milk ganache. No one will be able to guess that it's vegan! #vegan #baking #chocolatecake

Enjoy a sweet start to the day with these easy vegan coconut pancakes. Made without dairy or eggs, this coconut milk batter creates fluffy, golden pancakes - perfect for stacking with caramelised bananas for an indulgent breakfast treat. | Tesco

Enjoy a sweet start to the day with these easy vegan coconut pancakes. Made without dairy or eggs, this coconut milk batter creates fluffy, golden pancakes - perfect for stacking with caramelised bananas for an indulgent breakfast treat. | Tesco

Cherry Bakewell Ice Cream (Vegan + Paleo)  1½ cups coconut milk (full-fat) 1 tbsp arrowroot powder* ¼ cup maple syrup 1 cup pitted cherries 1 tsp almond extract (Optional) 1 tbsp alcohol, such as vodka or gin** (Optional) 1 tbsp beetroot juice, for added colouring (or use natural pink food dye)***

Cherry Bakewell Ice Cream (Vegan + Paleo) 1½ cups coconut milk (full-fat) 1 tbsp arrowroot powder* ¼ cup maple syrup 1 cup pitted cherries 1 tsp almond extract (Optional) 1 tbsp alcohol, such as vodka or gin** (Optional) 1 tbsp beetroot juice, for added colouring (or use natural pink food dye)***

Since taking voluntary redundancy at the end of last year, I've found there  are a variety of things I miss about office life. Top of the list of is -  no question - my colleagues. I couldn’t have hoped to work with a nicer,  funnier bunch of people than I did on the Sunday Express. In comparison

Since taking voluntary redundancy at the end of last year, I've found there are a variety of things I miss about office life. Top of the list of is - no question - my colleagues. I couldn’t have hoped to work with a nicer, funnier bunch of people than I did on the Sunday Express. In comparison