Showing posts from March, 2019

Easy Vegan Garlic Antipasti

Those of you who love garlic but are always hesitant to eat it during the week will love this recipe! Roasted garlic antipasti is full of flavor but without the strong aftertaste due to the roasting process. It is obviously gluten free, vegan, paleo and keto friendly and can be used in so many ways!  Ingredients: Fresh Ingredients: 3-4 full organic garlic heads (not from China) for a regular loaf baking tin (24cm x12cm x7cm) Basics: Olive oil (cold pressed is best) Spices: Himalayan salt Black pepper Watch my YouTube video and subscribe to my channel!  How to do: ·          Preheat your oven to around 160°C upper and lower heat ·          Remove the dry skin from each garlic head leaving on only the last skin of each individual clove ·          Remove the centre stalk and cut off the tips of each clove using a knife. If the cloves are evenly arranged you can remove them with a long cut using a big kitchen knife, otherwise use a

Easy Vegan Lentil Pockets

Disclaimer: For every time you click on an  advertisement on my website  Google pays me a small  commission. Means with every click you  support my channel. Thank you ♥ Are you invited to a party or gathering and want to bring a vegan snacks that everyone will love? Or are you looking for a delicious snack for your kids lunch box that you easily can prepare in advance and they will enjoy it? Or are you just looking for a treat for yourself that will not let you wear the guilty pants?  Then look no further and give these super crunchy and savory lentil pockets a try! Using spring roll pastry is giving them the extra crunch your craving. Regular spring roll pastry contains flour but its so worth it, especially on a cheat day from the gym or your low carb diet. These vegan snacks are defiantly a healthier alternative to all store bought snacks, because you control what goes in! Let's go cooking! Easy Vegan Lentil Pockets Watch my YouTube video fo

Easy Vegan Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut is one of the oldest ways of balancing your gut flora as its rich in probiotics which help to make food more digestible and and increases your gut's ability to absorb more vitamins and minerals and nutrients including a considerable amount of vitamin C, K and B6, iron, manganese, potassium and copper. It is easy to make, vegan, gluten free and has a long shelf life if handled properly! Additional it is a delicious topping for every Buddha bowl and has a lovely crunch and sourness to it. It is low in carbs and paleo and keto approved. In this recipe I am using green cabbage, but you can also use red cabbage to get some more color on your plate! Let's get started! Easy Vegan Sauerkraut Watch my YouTube video for step by step guidance and tips. If you like the video please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel to support me and stay always up to date with new easy vegan recipes! Ingredients: Fresh Ingredients: ½ hea

Easy Vegan Bread

Who would have thought that making your own bread can be so easy and fast! It only takes 3 steps of each 1-2 minutes work. Try your own homemade easy vegan bread and know what you are eating! Easy Vegan Bread Watch my  YouTube  video for step by step guidance and tips. If you like the video please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel to support me and stay always up to date with new easy vegan recipes! Makes 1 bread loaf Ingredients: Fresh Ingredients: 1 cup lukewarm filtered water Basics: 1 tbsp. olive oil plus extra to grease 3 cups plain unbleached flour (not self raising!) 1 tbsp. dry yeast ¼ tsp. sugar of choice Spices: 1 tsp. Himalayan salt 1 tbsp. Italian herbs (Both optional) Bread mold 24cmx 12cmx 7cm (can be slightly different) How to do: ·          Mix together flour, yeast, sugar, salt and herbs in a big glass bowl ·          Add oliv