I literally got hundreds of saved recipes in my bookmark list, but I think these 5 are a nice selection for anyone who wants something yummy, yet, easy to put together.
So, besides not having an ice cream machine I thought - how difficult can it be? Of course, there is a whole science behind creating a great gelato, but I just wanted something that is delicious and doesn't have any of the bad stuff. And this is basically what I ended up with: Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Cream.
You cannot miss a visit to this gelaterie in Rome and taste the real gelato of Italy.
Do you know that feeling of being overwhelmed when looking at the ingredient list of most cookbooks? I get you and that's why I couldn't believe my eyes when stumbling upon Sarah Wilson's cookbooks Simplicious and Simplicious Flow. Despite delivering an impressive amount of incredible, easy recipes, these cookbooks are a must if you care a little about sustainability and wonder how to bring that into your kitchen.
A smoothie can be a great alternative when there really is little time in the morning. Here I'm sharing a recipe of one of my favorites - a green, yet sweetish and protein-rich smoothie that keeps you fueled until lunch time comes along.
Who doesn't like some fresh crunchy granola? Plus adding a hint of Christmas just makes it that much better.
Nothing can beat a good bread. Here is a recipe of my go-to breads that I make at home almost every week. Super simple and quick to make!
Fruits can be used in lots of different ways, if they are not so nice to eat just like that anymore. Before chucking them out, see if you can cook or bake something with them like this apple pinwheel-cake.
These scrolls are a perfect treat to start the new year. Cinnamon is always a hit!
Christmas calls for some yummy treats. I’ve put together my top 5 cookie recipes. Enjoy!