This recipe is something I once saw browsing the wide web and couldn’t believe that something this easy would be anything close to edible. Something that takes exactly 2 ingredients but tastes like you’ve been putting in some serious work. It’s a chocolate mousse made of the liquid from chickpeas a.k.a aquafaba and.. you guessed it: chocolate. Continue reading
It’s weekend and I am home with my little one. Our usual routine has started by waking up at 6.30, having breakfast, cleaning up the after breakfast mess, changing into some clean clothes, me trying to do some stretches (appreciated by the little one and the cat. and by appreciated I mean, getting on top of me whenever they can) and then Seppe really wants to help me with things. That is when I decided that we are going to make these uber-delicious apple muffins. The result for this recipe is always great and you will want to make them again. Continue reading
There are so many recipes out there that I have tried yet never have I gone back to the roots with desserts. Latvian rye bread truffle is one of the most popular desserts that I don’t think I have ever tried but as I recently came into a possession of a rye-bread, I thought it is time to change that. Continue reading
I know what I’m having for breakfast tomorrow 🙂
This looks like an ice-cream, tastes like one but isn’t one. Confused? Don’t be. Just freeze some bananas, blend them with honey and add some fruit of your choice for an extremely delicious dessert. It is THIS simple!!!
Ready in no time with almost no effort
Sunday morning. Oh, how I love lazy Sunday mornings. Sipping your coffee slowly. Waking up slowly. Having a delicious breakfast bite with no hustle to make it. This is a perfect recipe for that. And so easily variable depending on what you have in the fridge. Continue reading
Attention: hard to stop eating these pancakes!
I never really like making pancakes, because they make so much mess in the kitchen and then they are gone in a second. Then again, this is one of the very few recipes that I have memorized from my childhood, and that must mean something 🙂 ( I suppose this is a classical recipe where children were allowed to get involved). I can still repeat it: 1 egg, 1 glass of flour, 1 glass of milk, salt and sugar. That’s basically it. Those were pancakes I made as a child; this is my grown-up version 🙂 Continue reading