Am a fan of the Minimalist Baker [minimalistbaker.com
], especially for sweet stuff
Anna Jones is wonderful [annajones.co.uk
] (this daal is the business [annajones.co.uk
Also recommend The Green Roasting Tin by Rukmini Iyer
Have found some good stuff on the Virtual Vegan site [avirtualvegan.com
Meera Sodha for the Guardian (and her Fresh India cookbook) [www.theguardian.com
Loads of vegan inspiration on instagram, if you're on there.
The closest thing I've found to meat for something that isn't super processed but you can easily just fry and have with veg on the side is smoked tofu, so I always have some in (usually the tofoo stuff). I also always keep lots of tins of beans that go well in salads (esp flageolet) and can pull together a hearty bean salad in about 5 minutes. Chickpeas also your friend.
For treats/trashy food - the Fauxmagerie for "cheese" in Brixton village, the amazing vegan build your own hotdog at Meatliquor, Vivera fake chicken pieces and burgers, Linda McCartney Sausage Rolls, Honest Burgers B12 burger.
Prep helps - e.g. make loads more than you need when you do cook something and then freeze it for when you're too tired to faff about making daal...
Gave up meat years ago, dairy and eggs about two years ago, and fish/seafood in Jan. Not bored yet. I could go on for ages, if you get stuck and want more recipes just ask. My triumph is an extremely good and completely vegan quiche (the trick is to mix gram flour and tofu...).