With all the amazing fruits and vegetables that are ready for harvest right now, it is a true pleasure to make your own fruit leather. It’s so easy to make and fun experimenting with!
Like creamy, dark truffles. But as a smooth chocolate cake. That you can store in the freezer so that you don’t have to eat everything at once. Or, always be prepared when that I-must-have-something-anything-will-do! feeling (sorry, guests I mean of course) arrive … A smooth chocolate cake made with the finest cherries from a garden close to you. And puffed quinoa from maybe a bit further away.
Today, I make a granola with fresh plums and cinnamon for coming breakfasts. After all, a good breakfast waiting make it somehow easier to get out of a warm bed in the morning! It just might be handy after a long vacation…
Today, I review the book De Yoga Kitchen (Original title The Yoga Kitchen) by Kimberly Parsons. From the book I also make a really nice apple icecream with warm spices!
Pumpkin seeds are one of my favorites! Crispy, with lots of flavor and so versatile in the kitchen. If you happen to follow me on Instagram, you’ll see how often I tend to use it… In other words, it was just a matter of time before this pumpkin and sesame butter would appear on my kitchen table!
A super simple basic recipe to make a sour cream made with cashew nuts. I use it just exactly like a sour cream; in soups, a creamy dressing or in a pasta sauce.
Today, I serve pickled white asparagus with cream of parsnip and exciting accessories!
A simple luxury is to be able to offer your own homemade crispbread for breakfast or the drink. Today I make a super simple crispbread with teff and seeds!
Really? A chocolate smoothie with COURGETTE! No, I didn’t go crazy. This taste sooo good! The frozen courgette with cacao creates a milkshake-like drink that I often make for my husband and myself in the afternoon as an extra energy boost.
Time for some inspiration for what to put on the sandwich! Today I have prepared a goat cheese* but without the goat milk or the rennet. Fantastic on a sandwich just plain or with some topping like fresh onion, apple or cucumber. It also works perfect for browning in the oven, just like the “chevre chaude”.