Yes, yes, it is still plum season here in New Zealand and I’m still working on ways to make use of these buckets and buckets of plums that I got from friends. Continue reading
Well, I have created a few no-bake cake recipes now. This is one that I’m really proud of. It is so creamy and just melts in your mouth! At the same time it doesn’t need many fancy ingredients. There is only 8 basic things needed to send your taste-buds to heaven 😉 Continue reading
It is citrus season here in New Zealand! Mandarins, Oranges, Tangelos and Lemons are on! And the grapefruits are already waving from the trees 😉
Now I have this stack of lemons at home. A good reason to try a new recipe. A raw recipe to be precise… Continue reading
I’ve created quite a few no-bake-cakes already – but not a chocolate version. With my love for all things chocolate, it is a bit unusual 😉 Continue reading
I just love to add real fruit chunks to my No-Bake-Cakes. Now it is kiwifruit season here in New Zealand. This was calling out for a cake using those cute, little, green health bombs According to Wikipedia they are rich in anti-oxidants, vitamin C, vitamin E and even omega-3 fatty acids!
So, a good reason to add them into a raw cake. Continue reading
It was about time to develop another no bake cake. This time I’ve tried a combination with chocolate, vanilla and hazelnut. It turned out so yummy! Continue reading
After the humongous amount of hot cross buns I’ve been eating in the last weeks, I had to try something raw! This recipe was one of the many ideas spinning around in my mind. So I gave it a try and boy it turned out beautiful! Continue reading
It seems to me like the year 2013 was the year of vegan & raw cheese cakes. I must admit, they do look yummy. But I like a bit of fruit to go with them, so I started experimenting. The first creations that I did need a bit more fine tuning before I can share them here with you.
But on Christmas Day it happened: after receiving a box of fresh cherries from a friend I tried to make a cake using them. I worked with the Personal Blender and didn’t blend all the cherries at once, since they simply wouldn’t fit. But then I had the idea to leave the other half of the cherries as they were. This created an amazing effect, as you have some real fruit to chew on. It just turned out amazing! Everything was perfect: size of cake and the amount of fruit and coconut oil. And the vanilla cashew cream topping suited so perfectly!
Last winter I planted some brussel sprout plants, even though a friend said that it might a bit too late. Well, he was right about that, he he.
The minus: the plants went to flower before I could harvest any sprouts.
The plus: bees love the flowers. AND you have lots of green leaves for smoothies. Yum!