Mediterranean Millet Salad

Long time no see my friends! I’ve been abroad for the past semester and with all the new and exiting experiences there I didn’t find much time to create new recipes. But now I’m back in Switzerland and I’ve got plenty of delicious and refreshing ideas for this heat wave. First up: a mediterranean millet salad. It’s full of fresh flavours combined with the light but nourishing millet. It’s perfect as a to-go salad in a jar, as part of a salad buffet or as a side for a barbecue. … More Mediterranean Millet Salad

Homemade Oatmilk (without nutmilkbag)

For some reason I assumed that most people (or the ones that are interested in plantbased milk) just intuitively know how to make oatmilk, as it is so simple to make. But recently a few people came up to me asking how I make my own oatmilk and as I was explaining it several times this last weeks I thought, why not share it with everyone! It truly is the easiest thing plus it’s cheaper than the store bought one aaand it also has no nasty ingredients. So get milking guys! … More Homemade Oatmilk (without nutmilkbag)

Chocolate Blissballs v, gf, sf, df

This recipe is one I make almost every week. I mix it up every now and again, but I always come back to this simple classic. Chocolate is always a favorite, isn’t it? What I find so great about blissballs is, that they are so easy to make, always fit in a bag and if I’m hungry in between meals it’s a really great snack. So without further due, here comes the recipe for my favorite chocolate blissballs! … More Chocolate Blissballs v, gf, sf, df

Rainbow Swiss Chard Galette

Every year we have this beautifully rainbow colored swiss chard at the market. It has all these stunning red, pink, orange, yellow and white shades. I love to cook with it as it’s just a joy to have these many colors on the plate. Mostly I just stew it, put a little cream and spices on it and eat it with rice or pasta. But to honor all it’s beauty I wanted to create a recipe that’s more extraordinary. And so I created a savory galette to show of the whole rainbow! … More Rainbow Swiss Chard Galette

Colorful Kale Salad

Winter time means kale time. It must’ve been 4 or 5 years ago that I first had kale salad. It was a delight. Ever since it’s one of my favorite winter salads (next to my other two favorites – chicory salad and the good old lambs lettuce) and I’m always looking forward to it. I love to put a sweet component and a touch of color into my salads – so here you have it: kale and raddicchio rosso with cranberries and nuts. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do! … More Colorful Kale Salad

Sweet Dutch Baby

This recipe was on my list for a long time so you can imagine how I jumped from joy when I got the perfect cast iron pan for it for christmas. Obviously I made Dutch Babies a few times in a row between christmas and new year. I tried a few different recipes and adapted them to my wishes. So now it’s a perfectly fluffy-but-creamy super huge pancake with a slightly caramelized and crisp bottom. It’s so much more than I could’ve wished for and I can only recommend you trying it. … More Sweet Dutch Baby

Vegan Winter Hot Chocolate

When it’s cold and grey outside all I really want to do is getting cozy. And what better way to do so than with a hot chocolate in a really big mug? I’ve been making myself one every other day for the past weeks. To give this classic a little twist I put a few winter spices in the mix that’ll warm you up from the inside. So if you want to make yourself comfortable over a hot beverage today, I’ll highly recommend you trying this hot chocolate. … More Vegan Winter Hot Chocolate