In Sweden, as in many countries the Christmas is filled with traditions of dishes that should be served around this time of the year. I however think it’s the different spices that really make Christmas. Today, the classic gingerbread spices will give taste to my Christmas granola with orange. Good for a yogurt, in a cake or maybe even as adding some crisp to a salad!
Today I write a review of the Swedish book Superfood boost written by Erica Palmcrantz Aziz. From the book I make yummy crunchy raspberry and coconut cookies.
For today’s lunch, I made tasty mini pancakes with beetroot and sauce with horseradish. I thought you might want the recipe too?
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!
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…
I can’t wait for the summer to come but while waiting I make this smoothie bowl with taste of summer!
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.
In Sweden, it is very common to prepare your own christmas candy. We gather with family and friends and make caramel, marzipan, gingerbread and chocolate for a whole day. We drink mulled wine, do small talks, cooking and trying not to finish all goodies. Finally you roll home with a full stomach and hopefully a bowl of homemade candy to enjoy for Christmas (if you didn’t eat it all during the making of…).
Oh boy! This. Is. Perfect. Any day really. Or maybe for breakfast even? Today I serve chocolate mousse with mango!
My mother hates everything with porridge and I love it! There is something special with porridge. Comforting, satisfying and good for you. Today you get my favorite porridge at this very moment; Buckwheat porridge with pomegranate and roasted hazelnuts.