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Plant-Based travel – Cape Town, South Africa

A couple of days ago I came home from my first visit to Cape Town, a city I have longed to travel to for many years. Despite my high expectations, I wasn't disappointed. On the contrary, we're already planning our next visit! The light, the views, ...

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Chili with beans, peas and peppers

One of my favourite things to cook, and eat, is chili. Served with the right condiments, it is difficult to find anything else that is more comforting on a cold autumn day.  This one is a favourite in my family, and we eat it with guacamole (an ...

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Vegan creme fraiche

This is the best vegan creme fraiche alternative I've managed to come up with. It is a little cheesy, a little sour and very fluffy and works so well as a topping for a number of stews or soups. And even if I do love a cashew nut based cream, this ...

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Hazelnut chocolate mousse with warm raspberries

Chocolate mousse, who doesn't love it? This vegan version is aiming to be a little healthier than the traditional ones which normally contains both cream, eggs and refined sugar. The silken tofu is a superb replacement for whipped cream thanks to its ...

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Blueberry ice cream (with tofu and cashews)

The sun came out for a minute the other day - and God knows there's not been many of those warm moment this summer in Sweden. So of course we made ice cream. Really delicious blueberry ice cream, with antioxidants and vitamins and healthy fats and ...

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Soybean noodles in peanut butter spinach sauce

This only takes a few minutes to make but is absolutely delicious which makes it a perfect meal option for rushed days. You can use any noodles you want, but I normally use gluten free soybean spaghetti - great flavour and texture. 5.0 from 1 ...

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Cashew creamy spinach salad with roasted chickpeas

This salad is one of my favorites to make when I am after something very healthy (it is oil free, yet filled with healthy fats) but still filling and hearty. The roasted chickpeas are so crunchy, salty and delicious you can't stop munching on them ...

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Staying hydrated with flavored waters

It is really warm where we are at the moment, in Northern Sweden (yes, we're lucky, it's certainly not always like this!). To keep the family hydrated I've made a lot of various flavored waters over the past few days. It is a simple way to get the ...

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Rhubarb Cinnamon Crumble

This is a real summer treat, that I make over and over again for dessert this time of the year. I find it to be the greatest feeling, to cook with vegetables and fruit from the garden. Rhubarb Cinnamon Crumble   Print Prep time 5 mins ...

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