These pizzas are so delicious and so filling! I couldn’t even eat a half 🙂 The “bread” makes it so much more intersting, because it’s got taste as well ad the delicious filling.
Mayo, mayo, mayo <3 Don’t worry, you don’t have to steal anyone’s eggs to make it… It’s actually really simple! Just four ingredients and a handblender, and there you have it (and it looks really cool, when the oil-milk-vinegar-salt-mixture almost magically becomes mayonnaise).
I’m always trying to find new vegan spreads, the wonderful thing is, there are so many veggies that can easily be transformed into yummy, tasty spread to make you and your bread happy 🙂
Going vegan means changing up the old recipes a bit. Without eggs or cheese to contribute to a good texture in a chickpea pâté, it took a few tries to get it right – not too dry, not too wet. I think the secret is getting the “dough” kind of wet but then allowing it plenty of time in the oven. This recipe is for a big portion – 2 loaf pans, as you see on the photo. I think it’s great to have a few things to keep in the freezer, for when time’s short. Here’s how I did it (remember to soak the chickpeas overnight if you’re using dry ones):
This is how you boost your immune system and metabolism and stock up on proteins! It’s spicy, creamy and vegan, what’s not to like? 😉 I suggest you do like I did and use dried beans – it’s cheaper and you really don’t need to prepare much. A little planning ahead is all. Just put the beans in a bowl with water before you go to bed and let it soak overnight. In the morning (or whenever you have time), you put them in a pot to boil an hour or two (depending on the kind of beans you’re using). You don’t have to stand there and watch them boil, so it really isn’t that much work to prepare the beans for cooking 🙂
Pearl barley fills you up and adds some chew to a salad. It’s got a high content of dietary fiber and you also spoil your body with some protein, iron and kalcium. It’s pretty simple to prepare, so while you’re at the boiling, make a big portion and have enough for next day’s lunch too.
Delicious and easy to prepare! I had it for my 3 hour train ride from Copenhagen to Aarhus 🙂 I normally kind of avoid bagels because they have sooo many calories in them. But they’re delicious! So if you need a treat, try this 🙂 Also, being a vegetarian or vegan, zinc is one of the things that we need to be aware of eating – and amongst tofu, tempeh, miso, nuts, seeds and legumes we get it from wholegrain. So yes, there are quite some calories in this meal, but good things as well!
This is such an easy dish to make and so so healthy! You can just use whatever leftover veggies you have in the fridge, just whatever you prefer. And if you’ve tried making sushi before, it will be easy for you to roll them nice and tight.
I love hot porridge, it’s so good and comforting in winter, but those made of rice or oats are just not that healthy and makes your tummy feel like a rock! So I came up with my own porridge – this one is super healthy and tasty, and you still feel like you can move after eating it 😉
So delicious and perfect for lunch or dinner with paleo carrot buns, baked root vegetables or whatever you wanna make 🙂