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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Zucchini spinach soup with mango chutney

I promised myself to make more soup this winter because there are only positive things to say about it. The smell that fills the appartment is heavenly, it’s super easy, nutritious, filling and packed with flavour, it nourish the soul and helps use to prevent food waiste ‘cause you can throw anything you want in it.…

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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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Nuts & Seeds Granola

This granola is kind of a sweet one and doesn’t involve grains. It’s very delicious with fresh fruit. I used it in combination with grilled nectarines.  Granola 4 eetl sesamzaad 6 eetl geschaafde amandelen 2 eetl hennepzaad 2 eetl pijnboompitten 2 eetl pompoenpitten 2 eetl gedroogde cranberries 2 tl kaneel 1 tl kruidnagel 2 eetl…

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Carrotcake

  I’ve been looking for a healthier alternative for icing sugar for a long time and I’ve finally found it, thanks to Yannic & Susann from the amazing foodblog Krautkopf. This cream is made of cashewnuts and tastes like marzipan. In this renewed recipe I added lime juice to give it a fresh, sour taste…

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Apple-cherry yogurt cake

  A semi-light cake to celebrate my birthday. A good tip is to soak the apple slices first in some apple cider vinegar to give this cake a fruity freshness. Ingredients for 10-12 persons · 80g Tagatesse | 50g honey | 250g vegetable margarine | 4 medium eggs | 250g selfraising flour | pinch of…

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Muhammara

  ∝ It’s such a shame that I hadn’t heard of this Arabic/Turkish recipe before. ‘Cause it’s one of the most delicious, tasteful dishes I’ve ever eaten. Served with some chickpeas, yogurt and flatbread, it’s a vegetarian top main meal. Sweet, spicy, fresh, all in one!    For 2 persons · 500g roasted bell peppers | 75g…

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Taboulé with Halloumi

Taboulé is traditionally eaten as an appetizer or side dish in Lebanese cuisine. But this nutritious dish can certainly be eaten as a main meal. Plus, you can combine the main component bulgur with every vegetable and fruit you desire. The taboulé is served with grilled Halloumi. This fat and very salted cheese with the texture…

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