CHOCOLATE! Yes, this recipe is owed to chocolate, the goddess of comfort and happiness 😉 Continue reading
Last year I’ve made hot-cross buns. It was a lot of work. And I had to use yeast. This year I wanted to have an easier way. So I decided to go for hot-cross muffins instead of buns! Continue reading
Who said that you can’t enjoy a yummy cake when you live a gluten-free and vegan lifestyle? Try this decadent recipe and you’ll let any doubts disappear in a wave of happy indulgence! Continue reading
Well, I have created a few no-bake cake recipes now. This is one that I’m really proud of. It is so creamy and just melts in your mouth! At the same time it doesn’t need many fancy ingredients. There is only 8 basic things needed to send your taste-buds to heaven 😉 Continue reading
After I created a super yummy recipe for classic German poppyseed cake I couldn’t stop thinking about a yeast free version. So last weekend I started working on it. Continue reading
A moist chocolate cake with hazelnut filling and chocolate frosting? Continue reading
It is citrus season here in New Zealand! Mandarins, Oranges, Tangelos and Lemons are on! And the grapefruits are already waving from the trees 😉 Continue reading
Woohoo! I’m so happy that I finally tackled this kind of dish AND succeeded! I’ve been thinking about trying to make my own cinnamon rolls for quite a while. And once I started Continue reading
Woohoo! I’m on a roll with my no bake cake series – you can expect to see a few more recipe variations in the next Continue reading
The strawberries in my garden are starting to slow down. So, before they’re gone, it’s time to celebrate by using these pretty little fruits in a special dish! 🙂
I just love summer – and I love people that share their crops 🙂 Some friends of mine gave me some of their plums. I just had to use some of them to make a crumble.
And it worked out well with the first try – yay! Hard to believe that it is vegan, gluten-free and very low in sugar! Continue reading
Phew – long name, eh? But that’s the only way I could think of to describe this dish. In German it is simply called ‘Rote Grütze’ 😉
I was never very successful with my own rhubarb plants, but a friend of mine has got an almost creepy thriving rhubarb plant in her garden.
And this week she gave me another bag of fresh harvested rhubarb stalks. Yay!
I have always wanted to make a vegan and gluten-free rhubarb cake. The result was pretty impressive. Continue reading
There are so many recipes where a splash of vanilla custard sauce adds immensely to its flavour, e.g. my berry jelly.
My recipe for vegan and gluten-free vanilla custard sauce is based on fresh home made nut milk. You could also use soy or other plant-based milk, but then you would have to adjust the number of dates, so not as to make it too sweet.