Welcome to TWO SPOONS!

My name is Hannah Sunderani and I make vegan recipes worth sharing. I’m a food blogger, YouTuber, best-selling author of The Two Spoons Cookbook and creator of The Two Spoons App.

All eaters are welcome here! If you’re vegan or not, I hope my recipes will inspire you to incorporate more plants into your diet in really delicious ways.


I was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. And spent four years living abroad in France,  which inspired my cookbook: The Two Spoons Cookbook, more than 100 French-Inspired vegan recipes.

I love to share recipes that are simple to make and full of flavour, and I believe that anyone can cook plant-based! In fact, I’m a self taught cook and food photographer. I have no professional training, so trust me when I say that If I can do it, you can too.

But you might be wondering why I decided to go plant-based? It’s a long story, so I’ll try and keep it short.


My plant-based journey started in my early 20s, when I lost my first boyfriend, and my first love, to cancer. It was a very stressful time and I ended up developing severe IBS.

It was recommended by GI specialists to take pills for the rest of my life, to keep my digestion in check. Which I tried at first, but after a year of struggle I turned to food for medicine.

I cut out many foods, including processed foods, dairy, gluten and refined sugars. It was really difficult at first because I didn’t know how to cook for this new diet, but it taught me how to make healthy and wholesome meals that allowed my body to heal, and led me to the world of plant-based eating.

With this lifestyle change my stomach problems began to vanish, I suddenly had more energy, I could think clearer, and weaned off the pills. Since then, I’ve introduced some foods back into my diet, like whole grains, but I’ve chosen to continue a plant-based lifestyle because I love how I feel on this diet.

“These are plant-based recipes worth sharing! “


These are plant-based recipes worth sharing! When you’re dining out, and the waiter brings you a gorgeous dessert, they always accompany it with an extra spoon. That’s because they know your sig. other, or your bestie will be pining for a bite. Certainly, you won’t be alone in enjoying these recipes.


My hope is to inspire you to incorporate more plants into your diet, and to feel good about what you’re eating and feeding your families.

These are plant-based recipes worth sharing! Always best served, with two spoons

Bon app,
Hannah xx


We love hearing from you! Whether you need some recipe advice, you’ve read one of my blogs and want to debrief, or just want to chat. Ask me anything!