Ingredients 70 g 85 – 100% chocolate 15 g cocoa butter (or vegan butter) 2 tsp dried raspberries 1 cup pecan nuts 1/2 cup popped quinoa 1/2 cup gluten-free oats 6 drops caramel stevia, from Good Good 1 tsp pure vanilla, from Rapunzel 1/2 tsp salt (optional Method Chop the pecans. In a saucepan melt […]

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Ingredients 2 sweet potatoes, medium size 1-2 beets 10 g vegan butter salt and black pepper 1 avocado pomegranate dry roasted seeds, I used sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds Some lettuce and seed crackers, optional Method Peel and boil (or bake) the sweet potatoes and beets until they’ve become soft. Note that the beets need […]

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Ingredients 7 green apples, or ca. 750 g 1 tsp cinnamon 4 drops caramel stevia (optional) 10 g vegan butter, block from Naturli Crumble 1 cup almond flour 1/3 cup soya flour (coconut flour works too) 1/3 cup rice flour 1/3 cup gluten-free oats 1/2 tsp pure vanilla, from Rapunzel pinch of salt 50 g […]

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Ingredients 600 g sweet potatoes 200 ml almond milk, or oat milk 2 tbsp vegan butter, block from Naturli olive oil, for frying sætkartöflukrydd, from Kryddhusid (optional, but nice if you live in Iceland and can get it) salt and black pepper Method Cut the sweet potatoes into cubes. Heat the oil in a sauce […]

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I absolutely love having asparagus during spring and into the summer. Recently I started growing water cress and it’s incredibly simple and nice. It grows like weed in my greenhouse and in the kitchen window sill as well. Highly recommend it! Ingredients 250 g risotto rice (arborio) 16-20 green asparagus 1/2 onion 2 garlic cloves […]

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The Danish traditional celebration cake, Kransekage, is a very common centre piece in Icelandic confirmation parties. Over the last decades it’s often replaced with a tower made from chocolate, syrup, butter and Rice Krispies. Ingredients most kids are fond of. A mother contacted me a while back and asked if I could develop a recipe […]

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Ingredients 80 g of 85 – 100% chocolate 1 tbsp vegan butter or cocoa butter 1 tbsp hazelnut- and almond butter, from Monki 1 cup pecan nuts, from Rapunzel 1/2 cup walnuts, from Rapunzel 1/2 cup popped quinoa, from Rapunzel 1 pomegranate 12 drops caramel stevia, from Good Good 1 tsp pure vanilla, from Rapunzel […]

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The The last day of Christmas is known as Þrettándinn in Iceland. It literally translates as “The Thirteenth” but is more commonly known as Twelfth Night in the English-speaking world. Since Christmas starts on December 24 in Iceland, it’s called Thirteenth Night instead. You can read more about the tradition HERE. It’s a mysterious time, […]

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While living in London I learned eating seasonably. I loved looking forward to newly harvested asparagus in the spring, followed by the cherry season and then delicious, fresh strawberries. In the autumn I looked forward to the various types of pumpkins. Even if it’s possible to buy asparagus all year round it’s best in the […]

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