I am not a big crumbly- dry baked sweets fan BUT those Blackberry Crumble Oat Bars made me a crumble fan especially when crumbly is combined with juicy and fruity!…
Two months ago, I did not know about these cookies called “Wagon wheels” but I thought they looked very tasty when I looked at pictures on the internet. The original recipe sounded pretty sugary so that I decided to make my own version and call them the Vegan Wagon Wheels with Chia Jam.…
Hello Chocolate lovers !
As some of you might know, I am from Switzerland (the land of chocolate) and I never tried to hide my immensely deep almost disturbing love for chocolate. I persuade that I compensate my disgust for cheese with chocolate. Legit.
It has been last autumn when I learned about this food trend from New York called Cookie Dough Icecream. I am a huge fan of cookie dough since I made Cashew Icecream with Cookie Dough chunks. This post contains the recipes for 3 kinds of Vegan Cookie Dough which are free from refined sugar and full of nutrients….
Granola for me is one of the easiest things to do at home. You can make Granola in so many flavors that the variety of combinations is almost endless. If I am asked what my favorite granola is, I am usually struggling but I have to say that this Glutenfree Double Chocolate Granola definitely made it into my top three….
If you are looking for a healthier alternative to Nutella you must try this creamy vegan Nutella with only a bunch of ingredients made in less than 10 minutes.
Those healthy Vegan “Twix” Raw Cakes are a new version of my childhood candy “Twix. Can you believe they are gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and vegan?…
I can’t believe how fast 2016 has passed. There was definitely not enough time to try all the vegan sweet recipes I wanted. Therefore I collected my favorites from 2016 in this post in order to give you some inspiration for 2017.
Say hello to my Fudgy vegan double chocolate brownies: an easy recipe for rich, no fancy ingredients chocolate butter brownies frosted with dark fudgy chocolate spread…
All you need is one bowl and a few ingredients to make these vegan dark chocolate espresso brownies – I dare to say that these are THE BEST healthy vegan brownies with no eggs, refined sugar or butter. Trust me!…
It’s Christmas soon and I guess I am not the only one, who already indulged on too many cookies? Well, I believe it’s totally fine, since Christmas is only once a year! And as for me it doesn’t always have to be unhealthy, store-bought cookies or chocolates; I prefer my own version of Christmas sweets that I don’t have to feel bad about it and I further sneaked in some greens that are good for my body.
Introducing you to my this years favorite “Raw Chocolate Bliss Ball with healthy greens”.
It’s funny how so many people know about the benefits of wheatgrass, spirulina, chlorella and all the other greens but obviously, have problems taking them because of the taste. As you might think that they don’t taste sweet and therefore don’t belong into a sweet recipe, I want to convince of the contrary. I think it’s truly amazing to sneak in some greens and superfoods without noticing their taste but still getting all the benefits. Want to give it a try?…
Last week was already pretty stressful with everyone hyping around about not finding the right Christmas presents or complaining about the freezing cold weather outside. So, I decided to look myself in my flat for a day and do some soul baking. The result was these Healthy Vegan Swiss Mountains Macaroons dipped in dark chocolate.
They are not only very easy to make, they are also gluten-free, refined-sugar free, dairy free and delicious! They are not as fluffy as
dairy free and delicious!
They are not as fluffy as traditional macaroons due to the ground almonds I added, but I really like the consistency as it reminds me of a nut cookie with a hint of vacation due to the coconut.
Hey readers of Lara’s amazing blog,
my name is Julia and I am a lifestyle, food and fitness blogger from Austria. Some of you might remember that Lara and I have done a „Guest post“-exchange like this in the past already, where we shared recipes on each others blogs. I’m happy that Lara gave me the opportunity to share one of my favorite, healthy cookies recipes with you guys.
Every year I eat my whole weight in granola. Maybe more. I don’t know. It’s an addiction I developed during my early years of childhood. It’s hard to find a granola that I don’t like. For this Christmas season, I decided to come up with a gingerbread infused Granola, which is even grain-free and contains no oats….
Do you love granola and easy and yummi and healthy? Don’t look any further and try this 10 minute Vegan Nutella Granola made in a pan. …
Almost December! How time flies! Back from Thailand (if you really really miss summer quickly switch to my Thailand Travel Diary and look at the pictures) I am back in the kitchen. And I will kick off the Christmas season with these Maple Ginger Chocolate Chip Cookie Dippers. It’s recipe 1 and it will be followed by many more. Any suggestions are warmly welcome and can be deposited in the comments under this blog post….
Trick or Treat?
I guess Halloween is the day where we eat the most sweets. Next to Christmas and Easter and birthdays of course 🙂 SO, since I am from a country where we don’t celebrate Halloween, I thought I bring in a scary guest post from a real American lady. I know Liz from Sproutedroutes for a long time and we decided that we would come up with two different healthy, vegan Halloween treats. You can find Bloody Peanut butter Jelly Cups created by moi, on her page and below a Rose Pistachio Chocolate Bark with a few words from Liz….
I don’t really like granola when it doesn’t contain chocolate. But to be honest, sometimes you need to step outside your comfort flavor zone. Because if you do you will find so many new things that could be awesome as well.
These easy vegan coconut bountys balls covered in chocolate are completely dairy-free, gluten-free, and contain no refined sugar. AND I heard people say they taste better that the “real” bounty! Want to try them? Let’s go!
This is the first part of my new series: “How to bake vegan and healthy at a students home in London with almost no equipment” We will kick this off with a recipe that has the potential to become my new favorite recipe! Freshly out of the oven: 10 minutes vegan sweet potato brownies
An oatmeal bowl that tastes exactly like a vanilla cake just without the nasties and instead packed with healthy proteins from nuts- fuel your morning with this healthy dish and never worry about your proteins anymore. This is how my Vegan gluten-free, Protein packed Vanilla Oatmeal came to live.
With everyone warning me about the side effect of a plant-based diet I set my goal on incorporating natural proteins already in the morning. This morning, I set out on a mission to create a higher protein oatmeal that could easily be done in 20 minutes or packed for breakfast on the go.
The Oatmeal has a very thick and creamy texture due to the coconut flour and reminds me of vanilla batter I used to eat as a kid.
Notice that I added vanilla protein powder in my recipe below. I use the one that I ordered from Foodspring since I really like the natural vanilla taste. If you are uncomfortable with protein powder simply substitute with 1 tbsp of coconut flour or leave it out completely. It will still taste amazing.
- ½ cup gluten-free oats
- 1 tbsp coconut flour
- ¼ cup sliced almonds
- 1 cup of almond milk
- ¼ cup tap water
- 1 tsp vanilla essence
- 1 tbsp Chia seeds
- 1 tsp peanut butter (I used the smooth one from Foodspring)
- 1 scoop of vegan vanilla protein powder from Foodspring)
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- rolled oats, edible flowers and sliced fruits of choice for topping
- Combine oats, milk, and vanilla in a saucepan and cook until most of the liquid is absorbed. Reduce heat and whisk in the chia seeds and whisk until fluffy. (Chia seeds might take up to 2 minutes until fully swollen up.
- Stir in the vanilla protein powder, maple syrup, sliced almonds and coconut flour until fully combined
- If the mixture is extremely thick add the extra ¼ cup of tap water
- In a bowl covered with foil leave in the fridge for one hour before adding your toppings and starting to eat.
It is no secret that I love granola! However, store-bought granola often contains a lot of added sugar and if you go with an organic, healthy one they are often quite pricey. So if you are a granola junkie and cereal killer like me I got you covered, because this healthy 5-Ingredient Vanilla Tahini Granola will meet all of your expectations concerning flavor and the perfect amount of sweetness.
HELLO SUMMER! At least in the majority of countries. not London though 🙂
Well nothing can stop me from sharing these heavenly fluffy Raspberry Coconut Bites. A fruity twist makes them perfect for summer.