Hello everyone! Today’s recipe is very simple, yet effective. These sugar-free cookies are packed with goodness, and contain only 2 ingredients: banana and rolled oats (or any rolled grain you fancy). Starting with this simple base, you can add any ingredient you like. They take 5 minutes to make and 20 minutes to bake. Easy, right?
So many first-world problems. I juggle with my PhD, with writing and photographing a cookbook – and this blog. It is sometimes hectic and I feel like I am playing it by ear most of the times. Plus, this mysoginistic, climate-change-denier who became president of the United States. I recently got an invoice of 500 euros for a routine check-up at […]
My boyfriend’s mum, Margaret, makes an absolutely delicious orange cake with almonds. Her secret is to use a whole orange, cooked with the skin on and pureed before adding to the batter. It is a recipe that does not generate any waste, since it makes use of the whole orange. Margie’s cake is a real treat, but, as always, […]
This blog does not fall short of sweet carrot recipes: A raw carrot cake, muffins and even breakfasts, such as a bunny-friendly porridge, granola bars and a smoothie. I naively believed that I had tried all the possible combinations of flavours: orange, coconut, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom… But the Swiss took me by surprise with a Rüblikuche. I can’t possibly pronounce it correctly, but at least […]
This summer, I fell for Gaëlle’s cocoa and rosemary muffins. Her perfect recipe is ultra-gourmet, super healthy. Even men love them! The base is simple: Puréed apples and ground flax mixed with buckwheat flour, then flavoured the way you want. The apple and flax mixture acts as a binding agent, replacing eggs – and naturally sweeten the batter. I like […]
“Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed”. The fundamental law of mass conservation by Antoine de Lavoisier can not be more topical in our time. What if today we were thinking about what happens to the waste generated in our kitchen? Let’s talk about the plant debris that is filling up our garbage bins. Let’s think […]