Wow, those colours, so bright… I immediately want to take a zip… this must be delicious… those were my thoughts when I saw this picture. And yes, indeed, the taste was great!
When you read on instagram that your favourite cookbook authors, David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl, are partnering with visit Sweden and organise a Swedish inspired breakfast competition, there is simply no way not to take part! For me it had to be local, seasonal and perfect for Autumn.
What do you do if you receive a stir-fry pan from BK and Go-tan and they ask you to create a nice dish for them? Yes indeed, you step into your kitchen and give it a shot.
If anything comes with colder weather, it is soup! I love making soup and of course eating soup! It versatile, easily make vegetarian or vegan, and a great way to eat some left over vegetables. And also great to make in large quantity so you can keep some in your freezer. So, it’s good for…
Do you know anybody that does not like the taste of carrot cake? I don’t! If you are a carrot cake lover, like me, you should definitely try out this great recipe! Who does not want this for breakfast? It will give you a great and warming autumn feeling right away.
oh yes, I am trying new things for breakfast… for sure now all of my attempts are successful, but this creamy buckwheat pudding is a pretty good one if you ask me. Buckwheat is gluten-free, which makes it a great replacement for other grains like spelt or non-certified oatmeal.
I miss summer, the sun, the warmth on your skin… actually everything about it… and my whole body asks for an extra dose of vitamines now that autumn has (almost) officially arrived. Do you recognise that feeling?
orange apricot oatmeal Course: Breakfast Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 15 minutes Servings: 4 people Calories: 359 kcal vegan oatmeal porridge with orange juice and dried apricots Print Ingredients 200 gr oatmeal certified glutenfree 1 l almond milk unsweetened 80 gr dried apricots unsulfurized 1 tsp cinnamon ceylon 1/2 tsp…
Tomato sauce, there should always be some in your fridge or freezer! Easy to make in large quantities and easy to turn in to a quick and tastful meal! There are plenty of variations for tomato sauce.
Is has never been so warm, call it tropical, for such a long time in The Netherlands. At least not that I can remember. No, I am not complaining, I am just looking for great food and drinks to go along with these temperatures!