Tag Archives: kumara

Kumara (Sweet Potato) Pizza (Vegan, Gluten-free, Yeast-free, Oil-free, Without Tomato)

A while back I made this pumpkin tart flambee and you guys were loving it! When I wanted to make it again in form of a pizza, I had run out of pumpkin. So I tried a version with kumara (sweet potato) instead and Continue reading

Vegan Gluten-free Oil-free Refined Sugar Free Soy-free Easy Chocolate Cake Recipe Schokoladenkuchen Rezept

Chocolate Cake (Vegan, Gluten-free, Oil-free)

There are a few vegan & gluten-free chocolate cake recipes on my blog already. But I just started to include sweet potato in new recipe ideas and it is working Continue reading

Vegan Gluten-free Dairy-free Refined Sugar Free Nut-free Soy-free Chocolate Ice-Cream Without Coconut Recipe

Chocolate Ice Dream (Vegan, Gluten-free, No Refined Sugar, Nut-free, Soy-free, No Coconut)

Last week marked the first of June and therefore beginning of Winter here in New Zealand. And with a bang, it suddenly was (like) winter. Well, not what an inhabitant of the upper Northern hemisphere would call winter, but cold enough to Continue reading

Pizza Dip (Vegan, Gluten-free, Low-fat, Nut-free)

November the 1st is approaching fast! And I am getting busy preparing some vegan treats to celebrate World Vegan Day, yay! I find one thing that makes a party, are some dips. And when these dips are also nut-free and low-fat, it is even better 🙂 Continue reading

Vegan Gluten-free Oil-free Crispy Sweet Potato Kumara Wedges

Oil-free, Crispy Sweet Potato Wedges (Vegan, Gluten-free)

This is one of my latest, favourite recipes. I’ve been trying an oil-free version for potato wedges for a while now. Then I thought I give it a go with kumara (sweet potato) instead. The advantage is that kumara doesn’t need precooking or steaming. Continue reading

Vegan Spicy Red Vege Soup

Spicy Red Vege Soup

You might already have noticed: I really love soups! They are so versatile and can be so full of yummy veges!

This is one of my favourite versions. It contains some ground mild and hot paprika, which gives it a good kick – and it surely warms you up on those colder days of the year. Continue reading