The summer is back on and it’s time to get the BBQ fired and grill! Well, I also bake on our BBQ. Michael and I have started BBQ season a few weeks ago and baked pizza on our Weber Q300.
When we bake pizza we use a pizza stone and a metal pizza pan. . . . → Read More: Pizza baked on your BBQ grill
I like to bake. But I am not an experienced vegan baker. Well, that needs to change. Here is my latest vegan recipe for a vegan ombre cake. I really love the look of these cakes. They look so pretty! Do you have an ombre cake on your blog? Share a link in . . . → Read More: Vegan Ombre Cake with Vanilla Lemon Frosting #cakefriday
For those of you who have visted my site from time to time know that I am a real carnivore and love my meat! But I also enjoy a nutrition challange from time to time that gets me experimenting in the kitchen. Well, I am trying new vegan recipes and hope to fit as . . . → Read More: Vegan Quiche with Tomato Salsa
75g ground almonds 75-100g roasted almond flakes or crushed almonds 200g dried dates (without pits) 50g dried apricots (without pits)
orange or lemon zest / or flavoring to taste
Using your foodprocessor or meat mincing machine make some fruit puree with the dates and apricots. Add half of the ground almonds and knead to . . . → Read More: Vegan Power Snack
Hello and welcome to my newest adventure: going vegan for 30 days. Do you like meat? Do you like dairy? What about eggs for breakfast? Well, I like pretty much all of it and REALLY enjoy a good steak now and then. Although Michael and I like our “animal products” we eat less meats than . . . → Read More: Going vegan – a 30 day challenge
I have been thinking about trying vegan for a while now. Michael and I do like our meets and dairy but we also eat vegetarian a fair share of the week. I’m struggling with some crazy histamin allergy/ intolerance lately and keep figuring out which foods to avoid and which to tolerate. But I . . . → Read More: Vegan Donuts: 1. Act. Coffee Glaze & Candy Corn #cakefriday
I found a cool product at our local health food market a few months ago that works perfectly as a subsitute for meat. It’s made from soy and it’s a soy granulate that looks and tastes like grain giving you all the protein and vitams soy has to offer.
It’s fairly easy to cook . . . → Read More: Soy Veggie Stew over Rice
It’s cakefriday again and today I’m having a savory tart for you with lots of veggies. This tart is quite easy and fast to prepare and you can prep it in advance, chill or freeze it and regen it whenever you fancy this treat.
1 roll of low fat puff pastry dough 2 Medium . . . → Read More: Veggie Tarte Tatin #cakefriday week 28/2013
Snacking is fun and can be healthy, too! I made these spicy honey nuts yesterday as a snack for us and they turned out quite well. I think they can also make a wonderful edible gift when you are invited for a movie session/ dvd night at a friends.
It doesn’t take long to . . . → Read More: esskunst edible gifts: Healthy Spicy Honey Nuts
I always enjoy my miso soup when we go to our favorite sushi bar. But what exactly is miso? – Well, it’s a mix of a soy bean paste and fish broth with tofu and wakame.
I found some miso soup paste at our organic store and couldn’t resist. Today’s lunch was miso with tofu. . . . → Read More: My first shot at MISO SOUP & new China