Author Archives : andrea

A Wrap: the perfect snack!


If you are a person who works out a lot, lives a hectic life, need something fast for lunch or just craves an easy meal, the wrap is the answer. It’s versatile and you can literally use any kind of filling and bread. Instead of explaining how to roll delicious treats in bread, I´ll give you some inspiration for what…

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Bourbon Vanilla Pannacotta with Raspberry Sauce


What if I say: bourbon vanilla pannacotta, toasted almonds and coconut flakes on top of a fresh raspberry sauce. Wouldn’t that be like, awesome? What you need: 4 portions. 5 Dl of Cream – I always use soy or oat 1 Bourbon flavored Vanilla bean or vanilla bean and a dash of bourbon of your choosing. 1-2 Dl of Sugar (its a…

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Mung Bean Noodles and Hot Broth


Stir fried spinach and zucchini topped with roasted hazelnuts and spring onions. The broth is a earthy ginger and mushroom based broth with some soy and white pepper.  So let’s talk Noodles, the one thing I can´t live without. My personal favorite is the Mung Bean Noodle, also called the Glass Noodle. This Noodle is low in carbs and a…

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Spicy Enchiladas with Creamy Guacamole


If you can handle the heat, you will soon find out that this is heaven.   What you need: 8 whole grain tortillas 1 can of black beans 1 can of sweet corn 2-3 tomatoes 1 large yellow onion 1 red chili pepper 3 cloves of garlic salt & pepper cumin paprika powder coriander BBQ spice 1 can of your…

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Vegan chicken bits with roasted Jerusalem artichoke


What you need 1 Package of Vegan Protein (Nuggets or Fillets) 10 Jerusalem Artichokes 5 Potatoes 2 Red Onions 1 Package of Baby Spinach Olive Oil 2 Cloves of Garlic Honey Salt & Pepper Balsamico Vinegar BBQ / Steakhouse spices Dipping Sauce of your own choice (I chose Chili Béarnaise & Pepper Sauce) How to do it Preheat the oven…

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Panko fried jalapeño tofu with polka beet salad


What you need 1 Block of Tofu Panko and Flour for coating Fresh or Pickled Jalapeños 3-4 Polka Beets Rucola 3-4 Carrots Crème fraîche 2 Cloves of Garlic Rapeseed Oil Olive Oil 1/2 Lemon Honey Salt & Pepper How to do it Start by dicing the jalapeños into fine pieces. Dice the tofu into bite-sized pieces and mix them with…

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Pancakes with berries and walnuts


What you need (4 portions) 2 Eggs / 3 tbsp. of Soy Flour & 1 tbsp. of Corn Flour 4 dl Flour 7,5 dl Milk / Soy Milk or Oat Milk 3 tbsp. of Melted Butter / Rapeseed Oil or dairy-free margarine Salt 1 Package of Mixed Berries 1 Pear A handful of Walnuts How to do it Start by thoroughly…

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Warm Halloumi salad with Quinoa


What you need: 1-2 packages of halloumi. Look for one that is organic and made from milk. You don’t want the cheese with rennet. 4 portions of Quinoa 50 grams of Spinach 1 Red pepper 1 Yellow pepper 1 Red onion Olive oil Lemon Salt & pepper How to do it: Start by boiling the quinoa as per the instructions…

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Asparagus soup, comfort in a bowl


If you live in Sweden like me, you will need warm comfort-food on cold February days. This asparagus soup with potatoes, parsnips and spinach is the perfect meal for any cold and rainy day. What you need: 200 grams of white and green asparagus 4-6 large potatoes 500 grams of parsnips 50 grams of diced spinach 2 yellow onions 5-10…

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