Plantbased ‘ris a la mande’

The traditional christmas dessert in Denmark is ‘Ris a la mande’ – cold rice porridge with whipped cream and almonds. It may sound weird, but it does taste really really good, though it is heavy and may leave you with more than just a little stomach ache.. This is my first plantbased vegan christmas andContinue reading “Plantbased ‘ris a la mande’”

Ratatouille with millet and roasted carrots

Danish recipe below. You cannot say fall without saying beauty and comfort food in the same sentence. Somehow fall cought me by surprise this year, which one may argue is kind of funny since it is here every single year. At least up until now in my life nature has never missed out on one singleContinue reading “Ratatouille with millet and roasted carrots”

Brownie with sweet potatos

Danish recipe below. This brownie will bring you pure happiness in every bite – it is rich in flavor, the texture is soooo delicious and it is completely without gluten, refined sugar and bad oils.. And NO, it does not taste like potatos – you can’t taste them. They just contribute to sweetness in aContinue reading “Brownie with sweet potatos”

Green soup with coconut, sweet peas and fresh mint

Danish recipe below   Do you know these lazy days, where you don’t want to cook and you don’t want to go grocery shop and you still want something healthy to eat? I had one of those days the other day, I literally just took what I had in my kitchen, and it turned outContinue reading “Green soup with coconut, sweet peas and fresh mint”

Homemade granola

Danish recipe below   I almost always have a batch of homemade granola in my kitchen – I use it on top of nicecream, smoothie bowls, oats or fruit salad. Oh or on these banana babies 🙂 I know you can buy them cheap and delicious in the shops, but if you look at theContinue reading “Homemade granola”

Kimchi and the gut

Dansk version Kimchi Hello 🙂 I hope you are all having a beautiful summer.. Wow it’s been a while, but I have been so busy being in love that I couldn’t figure out doing anything online.. I am still in love, but as things are right now I have time again.. So let’s get rightContinue reading “Kimchi and the gut”

Oil free-freezer-friendly-falafels

DANSIH recipe below I love chickpeas. At this very moment I can’t remeber one single thing with chickpeas that I don’t like. I also really like things you can make a big batch of, and them put them in the freezer for later use. On top of this I prefere my food unspoiled by anyContinue reading “Oil free-freezer-friendly-falafels”

Banana bread

Today is a day of wind, grey sky and rain. Today is a day for a banana bread. It is vegan and free of gluten and refined sugar and oils. It is really good and deliciously moisty, and fits perfectly next to my cup of tea on this chilly friday afternoon. It is not too sweet,Continue reading “Banana bread”

Zughetti with creamy avocado-lime sauce and asparagus

In the mood for spaghetti? Try this instead! Zucchini spaghetti = zughetti! Okay, to make the thin spaghetti-like zucchinis you need a special tool. It is one of my favorite tools. A spiralizer. What a perfect name. I have a thing with spirals, I think they are one of the most beautiful patterns. So ofContinue reading “Zughetti with creamy avocado-lime sauce and asparagus”

Fresh spring rolls with peanut butter dip

Fresh spring rolls is such an easy way to get a lot of veggies, and you can combine them in  so many ways using almost any vegetable you have in the kitchen. These ones come with a peanut butter dip and thai sauce on the side. Oh yeah it is good Peanut butter dip 3Continue reading “Fresh spring rolls with peanut butter dip”