This delicious apple oatmeal breakfast crumble with cinnamon is the perfect way to start your day. It’s super simple too!
Okay, admit it: the best part of celebrating your birthday is having pie for breakfast. Well do I have some good news for you: there’s a way to have guilt-free pie like breakfasts as often as you please!
That’s right, I’m going to share with you today one of my favourite ways to start the day if I have a little more time on my hands. It’s also great as a dessert: even better if you add some vanilla or cinnamon ice cream! Continue reading….
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This delicious noodle soup is filled with vegetables and partially replaces noodles with carrot noodles, to make it nice and light.
I love noodles. I never did, but once I started cooking for myself I found out just how to turn them into the perfect dish. Like noodle soup. Add any vegetable you like, meat if preferred, cook this in a strong broth et voila! Delicious dinner or lunch is served. You don’t even need a recipe! Now, a little while ago I bought a spiralizer… So I decided to make some carrot noodles to go with this!
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Rosemary and garlic focaccia: delicious home baked bread! It’s easy, customizable, and extremely tasty. | Stay Alive and Cooking
Being a foodie, one of my goals is to learn how to bake breads at home. From scratch! This can be rather tricky, which is why I’ve started with the easier varieties. Such as this delicious focaccia bread! It wasn’t at all as hard as I thought, and the smell that will fill your house is worth the 3 hour wait. Plus: freshly baked bread will beat store bought any day of the week!
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Granola is super easy and can be done in no time. It’s highly customizable: add any ingredient you like!
Yes, you read that right… I am on YouTube! I filmed my very first video yesterday, and decided to edit and upload it right away. I’ve started with something suuuuper simple: a bit as a test for myself, too. And who doesn’t love granola, right?
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Make your own delicious vegetable chicken broth with this recipe! All natural ingredients, and great for using leftovers too. | Stay Alive and Cooking
One of the things I’ve found to be most rewarding in cooking is making everything from scratch. This homemade chicken broth is perfect to add flavour to soups, sauces or stews, or to simply enjoy at lunch! It’s super easy as well: you just toss some ingredients in a pan with water and wait. Oh, and it’s super customizable!
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This comforting yet light and refreshing soup is a great alternative to the regular tomato soup. | Stay Alive and Cooking
I love tomato soup. And I also love cooking with ingredients I wouldn’t normally use, like fennel. The fennel adds a fresh touch to the soup, which goes great with the sweet tomatoes. It’s not overpowering at all, and I ended up really liking it!
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If you’re looking for a super tasty yet simple lunch or dinner dish, these beef and spinach quesadillas are the way to go! | Stay Alive and Cooking
Trying out new recipes is something I love to do. I knew of quesadillas but had yet to try them, and I had one of those inspired moments so I decided to give it a go! I added some of my favourite ingredients: spinach, minced meat and bell pepper. And cheese of course! It’s super simple yet quite delicious.
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Brussel sprouts boring? Heck no! Turn them into something delicious with this creamy, cheesy gratin with bacon. | Stay Alive and Cooking
Brussels sprouts are not really a favourite vegetable. That’s why I’ve been on a mission to find the most delicious dishes featuring Brussels sprouts: roasted, raw, and now in this creamy gratin! Needless to say this is my favourite variety so far. The cheese and bacon make it so good and indulgent 😉
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This delicious tender beef in flavourful red wine sauce goes together so well with the leek and potato mash. A perfect autumn dish! | Stay Alive and Cooking
If there’s one thing I miss in summer, it’s those rich stews with beef so tender it just melts in your mouth. Luckily it is now officially autumn: my house will be filled with the scent of dishes simmering for hours until they are full of flavour! Today I share with you this beef stew made with red wine. It may sound quite decadent, but it’s actually really easy.
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A recipe for deliciously roasted chicken, first marinated for 0-6 hours in zingy lime and spicy chilli flakes. | Stay Alive and Cooking
Even though I’ve shared my fair share of vegetable variates, I don’t usually share recipes for cooking meat. (Apart from this Meatballs in Smokey BBQ sauce recipe… ;)) I really want to change this, as it’s so easy to marinate and roast e.g. chicken to perfection! You can put it in the oven right away, or let the meat marinate for a few hours to get that extra intense flavour.
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