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23.05.2018

Maple Tahini Spread

Yumm! The creamy spread pairs well with various flavours and textures. The pure maple syrup adds a nice subtle maple flavour to the spread. If you don't necessarily love maple, you can add in honey instead. Honey will bring a nice floral sweetness. It tastes great on crackers. Also good with peanutbutter :) ... Read more

06.02.2018

Curry hummus

Last week I shared this happy hummus with you all via social media and many of you asked for the recipe. So, here it is! My new curry hummus! Delicious on a rice cake, a piece of spelt toast or on a homemade... Read more

23.01.2018

Coconut cream

For all the whipped-cream lovers out there who, rightly, always do without, this guilt-free option is your solution. I always make a dish of it with breakfast cookies, muffins and... Read more

14.09.2017

Raisin Peanutbutter

Everyone who knows me knows that I can eat a jar of peanut butter in no time flat, but this new recipe is truly next level! I love it. Peanuts, salt and raisins… Yes, it’s the perfect combination. I’m going to just keep making a new batch every time the jar is empty. Who’s with... Read more

11.04.2017

Sundried tomato hummus

As you may know, I am a true hummus lover! I make it regularly in all sorts of colors and flavors and not just because I think it tastes so good, but because it’s so easy to make and you can endlessly experiment by adding fresh ingredients to it. In no time at all, you’ve got a delicious spread for your crunchy... Read more

25.03.2017

Chia jam

This is a sweet jam, free of refined sugar, with an extra boost from chia seeds. Every so often, I’ll make a jar that I’ll undoubtedly eat within a week. It’s tasty on a cracker, but it’s also great in oatmeal or as a topping for muffins, cake or on these breakfast... Read more

20.01.2017

Almond butter

My favorite spread! I love this on a rice cake with sliced avocado. I also use nut butter as a topping for oatmeal or cookies. And sometimes I can't resist just dipping my finger directly in the... Read more

14.07.2016

Lentil tapenade

Falafel, hummus, vegetables cooked in the tagine and who can forget couscous… I’m a huge fan of Middle Eastern cuisine, though I’ve never actually been to the Middle East. In Arab cuisine, every meal is a feast and there’s always enough on hand to feed unexpected guests. You won’t get a plate, as eating... Read more

26.02.2016

Kale pesto

Do you guys still remember my recipe for ‘old skool’ pesto? I came up with it two years ago, back when my first cookbook came out (time flies when you’re powercooking!). I’m still crazy about toppings and dressings and this pesto has remained one of my favorites. Every Sunday I make a new batch to get me... Read more

25.01.2016

Sunny Spread

Some people enjoy this weather and love being able to cocoon themselves in their cozy homes, but I always need to acclimatize to winter. It’s been even more difficult to adjust now that I’m back from my travels to places where it was 30-plus degrees every day. But what I really miss is a daily dose of sunlight.... Read more