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Curry nuts

Curry nuts

This is a fav snack of mine. I make it for parties and whenever I expect friends home. I love the curry taste, the yellowish colour and the fact that it’s basically just – nuts! For this recipe I replaced the egg-white needed with aquafaba, the water in which you find the cooked chickpeas when you buy [+]

Matcha cocoa balls

Energy ball mania #4: Matcha matches cocoa (and almonds)

I know, it may be too much. But I can’t help it. Not only do I like energy balls, but when I make them, I want to have a choice, so I make different varieties at a time. So, here is number two of the weekend. For about 10, you will need: 110 grams date [+]

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Energy ball mania continues! The almond butters the cocoa

And so, the energy ball mania continues. I just made this, a batch to satisfy my daily chocolate cravings, tackle my energy slumps and meet my protein needs during all next week. Adapted from Paleocrust, they are full of raw goodness! So, for about 15 balls, you will need: 45 grams cashew nuts 45 grams walnuts 90 grams [+]

Peanut butter brownie balls

Energy ball mania! Peanut butter brownies in a ball

This energy ball mania comes from a dear friend of mine. She has such a sweet attention that every time she comes to Paris from The Hague, she brings me a variety of raw vegan energy balls. Right, they give energy, so I focus all my energy then in eating them all at once. It [+]

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Brownie tartlet at its simplest

I moved to a new flat last week and my food stocks suffered. The cupboards are still relatively empty and the fridge and freezer even emptier. So, this simple recipe I found from Georgia Harding’s Wellnourished website, was a great response to satisfy my cravings for chocolate sweetness in a healthy yet quick and fuss-free way, using [+]

Matcha granola

Greening the breakfast: matcha granola

Here is an excellent breakfast recipe, gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and full of nutriments and energy to last you through the morning. As it uses rice syrup, which is a slow-releasing sweetener, it is also adapted to all of you who want to cut on your sugar intake and/or gradually quit sugar. I don’t normally take the [+]

Snickers bars

Are-they-for-real-healthy Snickers bars

This is a recipe adapted from Naturally Ella, whose posts I receive regularly and I always find very inspiring. It is Sunday and I have just tested it, cos today is a day when I think of what food might be best to get me through what will be a full and stressful week at the office. These [+]

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The bread gets super

One of my favouroite Sunday afternoon entertainments are testing new vegan recipes. A few days ago I got Ella Woodward’s book Deliciously Ella (check out her great blog), from a very cherished friend, and I have been very excited about testing its recipes. Now, this recipe just smiled at me and I smiled right back at [+]

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The simplest start – buttering the peanuts

This inaugural post is dedicated to a dear friend of mine, who could not think of a better thing to do than encourage me to start a blog, and her three peanut-butter-eating boys. I have been told they appreciate this peanut butter, so here I am sharing it. Thank you SSZ! So, let’s get started. [+]

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