It’s undeniable, it’s autumn here in New Zealand. But autumn time is apple time! This recipe makes use of dehydrated apples. And cinnamon. Oh, how I love this flavour combination! It takes me right back to cozy childhood memories of enjoying porridge with fruit and cinnamon. Continue reading
In May I received a HUGE load of apples from a friend. After a large amount has been dehydrated I also stewed some of them – there simply were too many apples to be shared and eaten in time.
Now I’ve been thinking about a way of using the stewed apple in baking. And this is what happened: Mini tarts filled with cinnamon stewed apple and crumbles on top. Continue reading
It is autumn time here in New Zealand. Days are getting shorter, mornings are a bit more chilly. So it is a great time to have a warm breakfast.
Rice porridge loaded with fresh local, organic fruit is my favourite breakfast when touring with my bicycle. But now I also have it for breakfast at home quite often as it is such a flavourful and warming dish – a perfect start to the day! Continue reading
It is the season again! The season of apples! Yay!
Apple cake was one of the first vegan recipes that I learned 16 years ago. Before I baked my own apple cake I never really was a fan of this dish. But sometimes nothing tastes as good as good old home baked treats! 🙂 Continue reading
Last winter I planted some brussel sprout plants, even though a friend said that it might a bit too late. Well, he was right about that, he he.
The minus: the plants went to flower before I could harvest any sprouts.
The plus: bees love the flowers. AND you have lots of green leaves for smoothies. Yum!