Earl grey vanilla chocolate pudding

Serves 3 2 tbsp loose earl grey tea | 200ml boiling water 400g chocolate (60-70% cocoa) 1 vanilla bean | 200ml cream | a pinch of salt chopped hazelnuts blueberries Bring the water to a boil and soak the tea for 4 minutes. Chop the chocolate very fine. Scrape the vanilla bean and put this together…

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Oven baked apples filled with nuts and coconut cream

I really can’t get enough of this autumn season. Every week I make apple compote to mix it with some coconut yogurt and granola for breakfast so now it was time to use these colorful apples in another way. It’s getting colder and the holidays are getting closer. Oven baked apples are always on the…

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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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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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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 · 125g sugar| 50g honey | 185g butter| 4 medium eggs | 250g selfraising flour | pinch of salt | 150g Greek…

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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 For the muhammara 500g roasted bell peppers | 75g walnuts…

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