Long snowy days in the mountain deserve a good treat after. And this inspired by the East delight is just the thing to warm you up and spice up the après-at-home a little.
If the season of colours was a dish, it would surely be this heart-warming, smooth & spicy pumpkin porridge – made with coconut milk, spices and pumpkin puree and topped with roasted cinnamon apples for extra seasonal flavour!
The lifelong love for avocados has been expressed numerous times before, but when it comes to avocado desserts now this takes this passionate relationship to a whole new level.
With a nutty cocoa base and creamy lemon filling, these plant based lemon tartlets are exceptionally irresistible.
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.
On this gorgeously warm March Sunday, when the sun is shining impaiantly and the first pair of shorts for the year have oddly beed spotted on the streets, a smoothie bowl that celebrates everything summer is a must. Because it’s never too early to get excited about summer!
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.
Breakfast after midday is totally allowed on a Sunday and requires a special attention. This spicy and warming creation can be just that treat and actually give you a good reason to make it out of bed on a chilly winter day.