A few days ago I found this recipe via StumbleUpon. I had two apples I would not eat, and decided to give it a go. But I didn’t have oatmeal, so I improvised. This is my version, which I call Crispy Apple Pie.
If you have ever been to Denmark, they eat something named Æblekage. I ate it last November, and I loved it. This is very, very similar… with a little whipped cream it would be almost the same.
I bet you have felt like this some day: You just prepared a soup, one of those
soups in need of crumbs of bread. Or you prepared a nice meal, asking for bread
to dump in the sauce. And you have no bread at home! Not a single piece of
Although this looks like a all-free / no taste cake, it is wonderful. And of course, at it is gluten, dairy and egg free, almost everyone can eat it. What you will need:
1 measure soy yogurt 1 measure dark brown sugar (we used Tate&Lyle Dark Brown Sugar) 1 measure gluten-free flour 1⁄4 measure oil 1 teaspoon baking powder Here measure depends on how much iogurt do you have.
Maybe the best coffee time cookies?
Picture courtesy of Shanidar
Snickerdoodles are probably the best coffee time cookies I have eaten, and also one of the simplest cookie recipes to do. What you’ll need:
125 gr butter 110 gr sugar (+ 1 big spoon later) 1 egg, lightly beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (or change some sugar for vanillated sugar) 250 gr flour 1⁄2 teaspoon nutmeg 3⁄4 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon cinnamon
2 or 3 fillets of marinated herring with onion (typical scandinavian) 3 marinated cucumber, polish (sweet) style 1 Golden (yellow and somewhat sweet, not acid) apple 3 boiled potatos, diced 1 1⁄2 cups mayonnaise Optional: a little mustard Slice finely the cucumber, cut the apple in dices and the fillets in small pieces. Mix the mustard, mayonnaise, a little vinegar from the herring and then add the fish, mix well.
Does not like like that, but tastes great!
2 ripe avocados 1⁄2 cup coconut milk 2 tablespoons vanilla (or vanillated sugar) 3⁄4 cup agave syrup (or sugar syrup)
1⁄2 cup lime juice
1⁄8 tablespoon salt
3⁄4 cup coconut butter (or coconut oil)
pie crust (below a recipe for it)
Mix all the ingredients (except the pie crust) in a blender.
180 gr plain cookies 200 gr butter Melt the butter and crush finely the cookies.
The Greek home-made energy bar
Ingredients (yields around 500 gr, can be scaled down or up):
250 gr honey 250 gr sesame seed, shredded pistachios and almond (I used: 50 gr shredded pistachios, 70 gr shredded almond and125 gr sesame seed) Peel of half a lemon (optional)
Some place to put it all on (A mould with parchment paper is perfect)
This is a recipe my grandfather used to make for me (and my cousins) when I was a child. Hopeyou like it as much as I liked it, and enjoy making fun figures and then eating them.
What you will need
3 eggs, 3 tablespoons of olive oil, 3 tablespoons of sugar, grated lemon skin (clean it before grating), or something to add flavour,
1 tablespoon baking powder,
Name one great asset to your cupboard. One you can put in a pizza, in almost every salad, you can make omelets out of it, can put over a toast and could be a side dish to almost every meal you can think of. Well, sun dried tomatoes come close to it. Tasty, nice and they smell as good you get hungry just opening the jar. Well, they are really easy to do at home, with just your oven!