A super simple & really quick one-pan dinner with minced meat, leek and bell pepper. Full of flavours, and no leftovers! Serve with some rice, potatoes or bread.
I love simple & quick dinners. We all have those days where we’d rather just hang on the couch than spend hours in the kitchen, right? Well, I’ve got you covered. You’ll be back at the couch with a big bowl of comfort food in no time!
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If you love sushi, you’ll love this poké bowl! It’s simple, filled with veggies & topped with salmon. The rice makes it filling and ties the dish together.
Don’t you love having foodie friends? I know I do. Most of my friends enjoy eating but can’t imagine why they would take the time to take pictures, make their plate look pretty, or even to cook something from scratch when you can use short cuts. Luckily, Louise and I are on the same page! In the supermarket we think of ways to create more colour in our dishes, which results in this pretty plate.
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Do you love organising, planning, keeping track with lists and having a great overview? I know I do! An overview of my favourite lists & free printables.
As chaotic as I can be, I love lists. In my daily life I use an agenda, a printable calendar, weekly to-do lists and sometimes even daily checklists… Am I the only one? I don’t think so! That’s why I’ve decided to create an overview of my favourite lists and other free printables to organize your life. Enjoy!
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Serve roasted beets with a delicious yoghurt parsley dip as healthy snack or light appetizer. Who knew beets and yoghurt would go so well together?!
Like many other vegetables, beets don’t get me super excited when simply cooked. No, I prefer to turn them into a salad, eat them raw or roast them: so much more delicious! The sweet beets are matched with a fresh yoghurt parsley dip, which makes an exciting combination.
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Roasted pear, goats cheese, bacon and walnuts go together great in this Winter Salad! Topped with a delicious honey-thyme dressing.
Salads only for sunny days? Heck no! With this recipe you can eat salads in winter, too. Delicious roasted pear, creamy goats cheese, salty bacon and crunchy walnuts give this salad it’s flavour, and the honey-thyme dressing ties that all together. Yumm!
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A delicious apple pear cake, sweetened with honey instead of sugar. Less guilty but still super tasty, comforting and satisfying!
Woohoo, all people with a sweet tooth unite! Dessert is my favourite part of the meal, and I will never turn down a piece of pie or cake 😉 Who’s with me? Today I share one of my baking experiments, namely an apple pear cake!
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How about a new healthy, colorful lunch recipe to impress? | Sweet potato toast is healthy, delicious and done in minutes! Today I share two varieties.
Have you already tried this super easy delicious new trend? The Sweet potato toast is a great alternative for normal sandwiches, very healthy and even gluten free! The amazing thing about it is the variety, you can literally go crazy with the toppings. Additionally, the orange colour makes it so attractive-looking, which is something I really love about this recipe. And, last but not least, it can also be served as breakfast or even a nice dinner to share, doesn’t this just sound amazing?
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A quick introduction to a brand new year with many more recipes to come, and coffee vlogs: the latest addition to my YouTube channel!
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