Kanelbullar

You might know that I’m a huge fan of the Scandinavian lifestyle and their amazing food! Making these kanelbullar or cinnamon buns is actually fika; the time when everything else is put on hold. If you make them for the first time, this tutorial might be helpful. Voor circa 15 buns Voor het deeg 500g tarwbloem…

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Oatmeal cookies + chai hazelnut latte

  ∝ Last weekend, I was in Amsterdam with my best friends, aka my framily, and in a small shop I found the book “How to Hygge, the secrets of Nordic Living” by Signe Johansen. I read the first chapter in the car backwards home, between my sleepy friends and it described perfectly the way…

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Swirl bread

  So this week I made my first bread since a long time. And not just a bread. A swirl bread. You know, a bread that you swirl. It’s so swirly, filled with heartwarming autumn flavors like apple and cinnamon. But actually you can fill it with whatever you want. Some jam, forest fruit, pesto,…

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Coffee overnight oats

  By soaking the oats overnight, they become soggy and more digestible. The flakes can soak in any liquid (almondmilk, applejuice, yogurt) and the toppings are endless. For 1 person: 125g oat flakes 1 tbsp of chia seed 1 tsp flaxseed 1 tsp flaxseed oil 125ml coffee 250ml almond milk 1 tbsp nutbutter 1 tbsp…

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Banana bread

Ingredients 8-10p 3 ripe bananas + 1 extra ~ Dry ingredients: 250g wholemeal spelt flour 50g walnuts, finely chopped 70g chocolate >70% cocoa 15g flaxseeds 1 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp salt 2 tsp baking powder ~ Liquid ingredients: 75g coconut butter 100ml almond milk 50g honey or ricesyrup 1 tsp vanilla essence → Preheat the oven…

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Blueberry muffins

Ingredients for 6 muffins 50g walnuts | 45g rolled oats | 2 tsp flax seeds | 65g selfraising flour | 1 tsp baking soda | 1 scoop protein powder, banana flavor (optional) | 1/2 tsp salt | 1/2 tsp cinnamon | 1/2 tsp clove | 80g Greek yogurt | 20ml extra vergine olive oil |…

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Buckwheat granola

The seed of oats contains more fat than that of other cereal plants (7% instead of 2%), but that’s also the only “negative” thing. Oats contains all the essential amino acids and a high concentration of auxins (antioxidants). It also has a low glycemic index and above, it contains beta-glucans (soluble dietary fiber), which scientifically…

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