Pineapple and blueberry buckwheat muesli

Oatmeal is fantastic, you can vary it so much and it will always taste great! This time I've used buckwheat flakes instead of oats. Despite the name, buckwheat is not related to wheat, it's not a grass and does not contain gluten. It's a lovely alternative to your usual oatmeal. You can find the recipe here.

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So easy to make, yet so delicious, these swirls are some of my favourite bakes. I've used apples to give them a fruity touch, but you can omit them (or chose other fruit). Perfect to have for tea time or take with you on a picnic! You can find the recipe and more photos here.

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Chilled Zucchini Cappuccino


Chilled Zucchini Cappuccino is an elegant, vegan recipe, easy to make and very healthy. Zucchinis, or courgettes, have an extremely high water content – more than 95% – which makes them ideal ingredients for recipes on a hot summer day. They are rich in nutrients, while being very low in calories.
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Parsnip, swede and pepper soup

I just love soups in almost any variation. This one is very creamy, savoury and hearty. Enjoy! You can find the recipe here.

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Perfect Peach and Pecan Birthday Cake


OK I admit it, I love birthdays! When there’s a birthday in the family, I feel elated for the whole day and I have a permanent smile on my face. What is better than celebrating a loved one’s birthday with good company and a gorgeous birthday cake? This year I decided to make the Perfect Peach and Pecan Birthday Cake to celebrate my favorite day of the year.

I wanted to make an epic birthday cake to mark this special date. I dare say that I succeeded! The cake not only looked amazing, but it also tasted divine. Our guests were surprised to find out that the cake had no gluten, no grains, no eggs, no butter, and no sugar in it. Everyone wanted to get the recipe. The recipe that you’ll find bellow is very easy to make, as it needs no baking, and of course it is very healthy.
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Curry, I love curry! Again, this is one of the dishes I have made a lot while travelling. It's so variable, you can add whatever vegetables you like or can find in the local supermarket. It's also relatively quick and easy to make and of course very delicious! You can find the recipe and more photos here.

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Banana and maple syrup porridge

Porridge - in basic words - is warm oatmeal and especially soothing for the soul on a cold winter's day morning. But to be honest, it is good no matter what the weather. You can find the recipe and more photos here.

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Greek Summer Vegetable Pie



Few things are better in life than visiting Greece in summer time. Sunshine, crystal clear sea and glorious food. When in Greece, don’t forget to stroll along the picturesque fresh produce market of your area. You’ll find an abundance of fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, the basic ingredients to every Greek recipe. As I’m currently in my home country, visiting my family, I decided to make a vegan, gluten-free and grain-free veggie pie to savor the succulent summer vegetables. Below you’ll find the recipe for my (big fat) Greek Summer Vegetable Pie.
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I love the Japanese cuisine, but being wheat-intolerant, many of those delicious dishes are a no-go for me now. Therefore I was really happy when I found some buckwheat flour (see photo below) in the local supermarket and decided to make one of my favourite dishes: Okonomiyaki ("okonomi" means "what you like" and "yaki" means "grilled" or "cooked") - Japanese savoury pancakes! You can find the recipe here.

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