Buckwheat pancakes with homemade cashew-dates-spread

Hello there! Today I want to share with you my favorite Sunday breakfast 🙂Buckhweat pancakes with homemade cashew-dates-spreadFor the pancakes you just need buckhweat flour, banana-milk (water and bananas, mixed in the highspeed blender), baking soda. Then just make some like normal pancakes 🙂 For the spread you need cashwes, dates, and either water, orange juice or lemon juice. I used fresh lemon juice in this one cause I felt like having some lemon-taste 🙂 Just blend the ingredients in the…

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My favorite ways to eat POLENTA

Since I became vegan last year, I discoverd so many new things to eat… One of them is Polenta. I never had polenta before but since I got to know it, I eat it very often. I just love how easy it is made, and how easy it is combined with all different kinds of food.  In this post you can see two ways of how to enjoy polenta: A (fried) pesto-polenta (made with pesto-spices) with a green salad, homemade…

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Vegan Brunch #2

Here comes the promised post about our vegan brunch from last Saturday…We made three breads, three cakes, a bunch of sandwich spreads, a soup, different styled oatmeal and we had some fruits and different juices and tea and coffee. I will not share all the recipes as its a little too much, but at least the ones from the sandwich spreads (they are also easiest to copy)… if there are other recipes you would like to know more about, just feel free…

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Homemade Rucola/Rocket-Cashew-Pesto (vegan)

I got this wonderful machine for christmas, which allows me to make a lot of great new things…… and between others it allowed me to start my pesto-creation-carreer 🙂 The first pesto I want  to share with you is this Rucola-Cashew-Pesto You need Two big handfull of RucolaTwo small handfull of Cashew nutsA spoon full of tomatoe pasteTwo spoons full of yeast flakes SaltOlive oil (or other oil… I used some olive oil and some walnut oil) And then just…

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Alfalfa Sprouts and homemade Sandwich Spreads…

Since I don|t eat dairy products any longer, I like to experience with homemade sandwich spreads……and I have to say that I do not miss cheese at all!Last week I put some alfala seeds into our mini- garden and I had them yesterday for the first time! I love them! Its so easy to make them and so yummy and super healthy! I can definetly recommend alfalfa sprouts 🙂 I made sooo many sandwich spreads these days but here I…

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