Ice cold coffee drink made with a foodprocessor instead of a high quality blender. Make this at home and adjust the coffee flavor and sweetener to your taste! Use maple syrup and almond milk for a vegan version. Finish with (vegan) whipped cream. Whipped cream is optional (not really).
Vegan frappuccino. (Try typing that word (frappuccino) fast 10 times by the way. I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve typed farppuccino while writing this recipe lol.) I’ve tried making this drink at home so many times using my Philips blender. My blender was quite cheap so I wasn’t really surprised when I found it had a very hard time blending ice cubes to a frappuccino. (Should totally buy a professional one, but yeah.. money) Last week I had an epiphany though: What if I used a food processor instead of my blender? Will it work? Answer? It works! Read more
Smooth and creamy hummus made with sweet pumpkin. This hummus has a slight kick to it from the chili and contains no oil. Serve with bread or use as a dip.
It’s about time I shared a recipe other than baked goodies with you guys again. I can’t even remember the last time. The past few months have all been cookies, cupcakes and more. But today it’s time for homemade hummus! Pumpkin hummus. A while back I tried this store-bought pumpkin hummus in one of my taste tests (Dutch) and both me and my boyfriend liked it a lot. And so I decided to make my own version. A version without added sugar and less salt. It turned out delicious (if I may say so myself). I’ve made this hummus a couple of times now and each of those times the batch hasn’t lasted more than a few days. Gone in a jiffy. That good.
Thick, fluffy pancakes stuffed with warm plump blueberries. Egg-free and no dairy. Suitable for vegans. Serve with plenty of maple syrup.
Pancakes time!!! Who doesn’t love pancakes? I do. Except for the “healthy” banana egg pancakes. Have any of you tried it before? I’ve tried several times AND with all kinds of adaptations to the recipe, but it never tastes good. It’s just too banana-y and egg-y (which is kind of obvious seen the ingredients lol) for me. Super healthy’s just not my thing. Guess I’ll just live with the carbs and run an extra mile. Psssh… who am I kidding? I’ll just live with the carbs, period. Lol. Read more
Yesterday and today I posted two cute ideas I had for Halloween treats. However, there are so many more fun ideas on the world wide web. Because I don’t want to limit you guys to two simple DIYs, I thought it would be fun to do a Halloween Sweets Roundup. Twenty delicious -and mostly easy- sweet (and spooky) Halloween treats listed on one page. You definitely can’t miss these at your Halloween get-together. Read more
Oreos and chocolate. The only ingredients you need for these cute Oreo bats. Easy and quick, on a stick, ready to eat.
Huh an early post today? Yes, because I’ve got another post planned later. So two posts today! (yay) Today’s another Halloween post. Nothing fancy, just like yesterday. Just a quick DIY for the last-minute people out there (don’t worry, I’m the same, won’t judge). Today, I’ll be playing with Oreos again. I love Oreos. Did you know that? They’re so easy to work with and you can use it for so many things: Cheesecake bases, quick pies, cupcake stuffing.. You name it! And today, I’ll be showing you how to make cute lil’ bats out of these good cookies. No bake. They’re super easy. And as they’re more on the cute side than scary side, I guess you could call these kid-friendly too 😉