As a child of summer, I often get caught in the nostalgic and melancholic spirit of autumn. However, with its abundance of colours, warming flavours, woollen scarfs and cinnamon air, it’s hard not to fall in love with this season’s wonders.
Delicious, healthy and super easy to make these bites are the perfect lunch or dinner treat.
Even a summer addict like myself can’t deny the colourful charm that autumn has. It’s the time of the golden leaves, orange pumpkins, cinnamon flavours and the warm scarves and it should be celebrated with nothing but delicious spicy treats!
OK, perhaps calling these creations panna cotta is slightly misleading as they contain no cream, no dairy, no sugar and no gelatine (and surely bring no guilt feeling) but they are so light and delicious, and full of tropical flavours.
Dedicated all things colourful and pretty, this piece of veggie heaven was born. Deliciously fresh, with a touch of sweetness and a spicy kick, this rainbow treat can add a bit of carefree summertime sensation to those winter nights.
This one is for those late wake-ups, that have gone way past breakfast time, but yet deserve something fruity-nutty to help you kick off the day right, and somehow a bowl of muesli simply won’t do the job. Super delicious and very colourful this pudding is the perfect healthy treat, whatever the occasion.
After finally buying a nice food processor I had this urge to blend pretty much anything. With this craving and a lot of just-about-to-die food in the fridge this recipe was born, which turned out to be a refreshing delicious spring celebration of everything green!
I have been wanting to make these summer rolls ever since I came back from Bali, which is now nearly 9 months ago! Which is also more than enough time to start missing sunshine, beaches and island life and these fresh healthy coconutty rolls brought a moment of true summer bliss.
This is officially the day when tarts became extremely good for you!
In my voyage through the world of choux pastry the latest discovery was simply my definition of a perfect bite – light, yet rich of flavours, a bit fruity and indulgently chocolaty.