Month: December 2019

Cooking in Nature

Cooking in Nature

On at gloomy, rainy Saturday morning not long ago, I was sitting in the German countryside, where there isn’t much but trees and birds and fields and deer. And fireplaces. And freshly brewed coffee. As well as a CD selection of Bach’s cello sonatas. And 

Kale Chips Roasted With Miso & Pumpkinseed Butter

Kale Chips Roasted With Miso & Pumpkinseed Butter

Lucky us: these kale chips are not only devour-worthy but also highly nutritious at the same time! The pumpkinseed butter and miso marinade make these gorgeous kale leafs super yum and crunchy. Do you have a movie night coming up? These chips may be just 

Bulgur Salad with Pumpkin, Beets, Sage & Dried Apricots

Bulgur Salad with Pumpkin, Beets, Sage & Dried Apricots

This salad is going to convert those who don’t usually like salads! Trust me, it will! It has crunch, chewiness, spices, freshness, creaminess – sheer goodness!  Prep Time: 20 min Cooking Time: 45 min Total: 1 hour 5 min Servings: 3 – 4 For this 

Vegan Pumpkin Pie with Buckwheat Crust

Vegan Pumpkin Pie with Buckwheat Crust

      Prep Time: 30 min Baking Time: 50 min – 1 hour Total Time: 80 – 90 min + min. 2 – 3 hrs cooling Servings: one lush pumpkin pie   For this recipe you will need:   For the crust 5 tbsp cold 

Vegan Cornbread Zucchini Pancakes

Vegan Cornbread Zucchini Pancakes

Pancakes are one of my absolute favourite breakfasts – I simply don’t get tired of them! Banana and buckwheat, oat and poppy seed, chocolate with berries! All yummy, delicious and nutritious. But cornbread and zucchini? If I’m sure about that combination? Yes I am, and 

Tahini Molasses Cookies with Black Sesame Seeds (V, GF)

Tahini Molasses Cookies with Black Sesame Seeds (V, GF)

    life on sesame street is pretty healthy Coming from Asia and East Africa, sesame seeds are derived from a plant called Sesamum indicum. Its compounds show a vast variety of vitamins, minerals and natural oils which are extremely beneficial for our physical and mental health. 

Almond, Parsley and Feta Dip

Almond, Parsley and Feta Dip

an ode to almonds Almonds are tree nuts that are very high in monounsaturated fats, protein, fiber and other essential nutrients. For example, almonds provide you with magnesium, manganese and vitamin E which is a fat-soluble antioxidant that helps to build up and maintain cell membranes in your body. 

Maple Roasted Plums with Coconut Yoghurt & Pumpkin Seeds (V, GF)

Maple Roasted Plums with Coconut Yoghurt & Pumpkin Seeds (V, GF)

A dessert worth having for breakfast: cinnamon roasted plums with maple syrup, coconut yoghurt and toasted pepitas!