I had been craving blueberry pancakes, so I decided to make them for breakfast this sunday. While I was prepping the ingredients, I thought that lemon would also be a great addition. And then cream cheese came into play and I instantly knew, that these pancakes would be a winner. Little did I know, that
I was having one of those days, where my craving for creamy noodles collided with my craving for asian food. So I decided to let them! And guess what, it turned out like it was ment to be and so these creamy miso and mushroom soba noodles were born.
Do you like falafel? Yes! How about vegan burger? Ok, so you’re going to love this! I got some kick-butt falafel slider with a pink cabbage slaw and vegan siracha mayo coming for ya!
I love a good savory breakfast and I love tacos. So let’s have some delicious and healthy vegan breakfast tacos. And if you like mexican food as much as I do, then you’ll have most ingredients in your fridge and pantry, so you can whip these up often and in no time.
It’s getting hot in here, so… HYDRATE MORE! There are so many ways to get more water into your beautiful body, generally but especially during summer. Simple, clear filtered water with added magnesium from my beloved BWT water jug to add extra goodness to your muscles and nerves, drop in some of your favorite fruits
I have to admit, I’m a sucker for good bread. As most of the times, I’m pretty much happy with a fresh, crusty slice of bread topped with hummus, or butter and sea salt. But sometimes I really feel like making a damn good sandwich! I didn’t want the usual tomato, lettuce and some sort
Have you ever had pancakes that were fluffy and the texture reminded you of cake? Well, today’s recipe is just that: fluffy, crumbly, cake-like whole spelt pancakes topped with a whipped coconut cream and sweet strawberries.
Back in the day I wasn’t the biggest fan of dumplings. I have no idea why, but I just wasn’t a fan. Well, thank goodness things have changed. Now, I not only love to go out with friends and feast on all sorts of dumplings in my favorite dumpling restaurant in Munich, but, I even
When I first moved to the States, I had my first encounter with something that was until then pretty much new to me: Egg-Nog! I was kind of unsure what to think of it, especially since when I was growing up in Germany, we always had something similar to that, but even worse around the
So imagine this scenario for just one minute: The alarm clock goes off, tearing you out of your precious sleep, the sound hammering into your brain because it’s so loud! You find the button and hit snooze. Laying there thinking to yourself: I have to get up, but I don’t want to. You fall back