Inspired by the amazing vegan caramel on Blissful Basil, I made this incredibly rich-tasting vegan ice cream. A little goes a long way with this recipe! Only six ingredients (with sea salt being the bonus seventh – that doesn’t have to be included in ingredient counts), easy to make and no ice cream machine needed. Sounds like a dream to me :)
So, you’ve switched to healthy eating, but can’t give up sweets? No worries, I have this awesome recipe for redcurrant jelly sweets that will take care of your cravings without an insane amount of sugar and artificial dyes. With only three ingredients (and one optional extra), this is a super-simple recipe with stunning results.
I love ice cream. I adore homemade ice cream! What could be better on a nice evening with friends and board games than a lovely portion of blood orange ice cream that you whipped up the same day? Well, pretty much nothing can top that, especially if you add freshly made almond clusters to finish the flavour and look. Just pure delight!
Long time no see! I know I have neglected my blog for more than a week now, but unfortunately I had other obligations that could not be ignored. But I have a treat for you all with this return post! The wonderful people at Taste Guru were kind enough to send me a box of their gluten free foodstuff to try out and another box for one of my readers! The giveaway is at the end of this post!
A beloved child has many names. It’s a proverb used in Estonia (and apparently also Finland and Sweden) and it fits perfectly for the awesome berries I want to introduce to you. Sea-buckthorn is an awesome shrub that also goes by the names of sandthorn, sallowthorn or seaberry, as Wikipedia enlightened me. Sea-buckthorn berries are proper vitamin powerhouses, having an insane amount of vitamin C and some more good stuff, and the seeds are full of healthy oils. So what else would be better for a gloomy winter / early spring day than a dose of healthy vitamin bomb jelly with these orange little wonders?
One thing that is definitely tricky to achieve on a vegan gluten-free diet is a good slightly crispy biscuit. I don’t crave normal biscuits anymore, but I do get cravings for that texture. You know the kind – soft and slightly chewy on the inside, but with a nice crispy crust on the outside. Fortunately, now I can enjoy exactly that and you can as well! These orange-marzipan chocolate chip biscuits (wow, that name is a mouthful!) don’t even feel like they are gluten-free and vegan, they could easily compete with normal cookies.
Coffee is one of the forbidden foods for me. Or well, forbidden drinks. Despite that, I really-really like the taste. I may not be able to handle coffee on its own, but it doesn’t do much bad to me when mixed with other foods. So I came up with these lovely raw cupcakes with coffee and chocolate cream – everything else in these is healthy, so the tablespoon of coffee extract is really just for flavour and almost doesn’t count.
Sunshine is a rare commodity around these areas, at least during wintertime. If you miss the sun too much, perhaps my sunny bliss balls recipe can help with that :) These little orange treats are full of healthy ingredients, giving you a nice energy boost. Also, the colour is bound to make you smile, it just looks so happy!
I have been absent for a few days, but I’m back now with a delicious new ice cream! This one is for those who prefer slightly different flavours – the tart redcurrants mixed with dark chocolate are great on their own, but I made it more special with some… would you guess it? Pink pepper! They go together surprisingly well, adding spice to this otherwise normal vegan ice cream.
This is a post from the Food blogging tips series.
You have set up your food blog and made the first posts… but where are the visitors? Yes, you have now discovered the biggest secret of being a blogger – writing the posts is only half the work or even less. No matter how awesome your posts are, people will not miraculously discover them out of nowhere. One of the biggest jobs for a blogger is promoting their content and the site in general.