Yes, I love my Pizza & Pasta. And even on a vegan and gluten-free diet, you can still eat it. I prefer it home-made from scratch. It just tastes so much better 🙂 Continue reading
This is a dish that is better known in Europe, especially in France and Germany. While it might look a little like a pizza, it is quite different though. Continue reading
Yippieh! I have been baking again! It’s been quite a while since I made some bread. But suddenly I felt like giving it a go again. So I decided not to look at my old recipes but to start from scratch Continue reading
It’s been quite a while since I last made a pizza, especially a pizza that is based on a more or less traditional yeast dough. Never would I have thought that I could get that close to the kind of pizza that I used to enjoy before I went gluten-free! Continue reading
It was time to try a summer inspired version of pizza! I just love all these colors that come with summer! Whenever I empty the bags from the farmer’s market, the room gets Continue reading
During my young teenage years I preferred Turkish food as my fast food – so glad about that now! So I would have Doner Kebab (in bread with lots of fresh salad) or Turkish Pizza, also called Lamachum, which would be filled with fresh salad Continue reading
Another project that has taught me many things about vegan and gluten-free baking. Continue reading
I’m still trying to find a way to make my own gluten-free vegan burger buns. One of my last tries resulted in flat shaped breads, that looked more like a pitta. They were very yummy though. And so I decided to try some more variations of it.
I don’t know about you, but in my garden it is cauliflower season! Cauliflower is soooo underrated! Continue reading
On of my favourite recipes for bread that doesn’t need any gluten. It is fairly easy to make too.
The very first bread that I baked in my life was gluten-free (and it wasn’t really good by the way). Before that I simply never had the urge to try baking bread. I only started to look into this because I was impressed by the home-made bread that a friend of mine would dish up whenever I was there for a visit.