Vegan Brunch

Yesterday we had a house warming brunch…

Since I eat no dairy products since a little while, I made it become a vegan brunch (except for some cheese for those who like cheese… :))

I made a sweet millet gruel with apple, cinnamon and cardamon, nut-cake and chocolate- cake and different small nut balls with cranberries, plums and dates inside, on the sweet side of the table 🙂 

On the salty side of the table I had several homemade sandwich spreads (made out of lentils, pumpkin, tofu, sunflower seeds, avocado…), different kinds of homemade bread (with herbs and nuts…), a potatoe salad and and some cheese for those who don’t want to eat vegan (actually no one touched the cheese :)) 

The brunch was really nice, I had a lot of friends coming over, some even from other cities what I really appreciated!

Everyone seemed to love the food and that made me of course really happy.  I think it was a perfect house warming brunch and I had a good time preparing food and eating it together with my friends 🙂

Now its time to get out of the kitchen and back to the laptop, finally finsihing my thesis 🙂


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  1. Oktober 6, 2013 / 10:50 am

    All the food pictures are making me hungry! haha
    especially the bananas :p now i have a craving for bananas haha

    Alysia x

  2. Oktober 6, 2013 / 3:29 pm

    I would give anything to spend my SUnday eating all that food! It looks so yummy! Thanks for your comment dear and enjoy your day!

    xx Easy Outfits, by Pip

  3. Oktober 6, 2013 / 3:53 pm

    Beautiful pictures and the food looks yum!
    I just followed you back now. I mentioned it in my post that I was in the hospital for the past 4 days, I just came back, home now. As soon as I did, I followed you back. Keep in touch. 🙂

    Ru|Glitter & Blush

  4. Oktober 6, 2013 / 8:01 pm

    Ohhh Larissa, everything about this brunch looks perfect. I would have loved EVERYTHING!! Hooray for no dairy! I occasionally eat small servings of organic goat cheese, but that's all my system can handle. I feel so much better without it! I love getting creative with nuts, seeds, fruits and veggies, and of course right now I am obsessed with anything squash or pumpkin because it is in season and just so SO good. Thank you for sharing 🙂 🙂 Your food spreads and recipes are always inspiring!

    xo, Alyssa

  5. Oktober 6, 2013 / 9:42 pm

    Yummy, this looks just delicious! Now I get hungry 😀
    I really like your blog, what about following each other? 🙂


  6. Oktober 7, 2013 / 8:43 am

    So many superyummy foods!!!!!