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.
Salted caramel bark topped with a layer of chocolate and chunks of peanuts. Perfect to gift for the holidays. Only 5 ingredients.
Can you guys believe Christmas is only one more week away? Time flies! Do you guys have your gifts ready yet? I’ve got the “main” gifts, but I’m that person who likes to add some more gifts last-minute haha.. Should you be looking for a small gift, I’ve got the perfect recipe for you. Indeed, a recipe. Because who doesn’t like to get free food? Today, I’ll show you how to make Chocolate & Peanut SALTED Caramel Bark. Yuppp, that’s right: salted. Because I love anything salted + caramel. 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 😉
Rather cute than scary, but these chocolate spiders made from Oreos sure are fun to make. You only need four ingredients.
It’s almost Halloween again! To be honest, I don’t celebrate Halloween, but I thought it’d be fun to share a small DIY/recipe with you guys. A DIY for chocolate spiders. Cute, right? These spiders are super easy to make and taste delicious too! The best thing about this DIY is that YOU can decide how many of these sweet goodnesses you want to make. If you buy Oreos that come in serving size packaging, you only need to make two. Always welcome to make more of course 😉 In addition, if you’ve got European Oreos, you can even make these vegan by using vegan chocolate! (EU Oreos are vegan.)
Thick soft vanilla pancakes. These popular pancakes are also known as Japanese hotcakes. The pancakes can be eaten as-is with maple syrup and butter, but can also be served with a variety of sweet toppings.
In Shibuya, we came across these marvelous thick pancakes topped with all kinds of sweet goodness (we had matcha and vanilla custard). Just looking at the picture on the menu, I knew I had to make my own version at home. I mean, who doesn’t want thick, carby pancakes at the comfort of home? I do. So inspired by my trip to Japan, I wrote a recipe for Japanese Pancakes a.k.a. Hotcakes. These pancakes are thick and very fluffy. I made mine a tad smaller than the ones I had in Japan for two reasons: Read more