Vegan Banana Bread

Howdy geezers! As the title leads us to the suspect, this post will be about banana bread at some point. About vegan banana bread. But first things first: this post also is an attempt to translate my original (German) one into English. The emphasis here, folks, is on attempt. As you (should!) know, Ina, Anja and I are proper Germans so just in case you’re no Sherlock: English isn’t our mother tongue. You’re probably thinking “hey, can’t be that hard – just use google translator”! Well, yeah, but…

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vegan Kladdkaka

One of my favorite cakes here in Sweden is probably the so called “Kladdkaka” and means something like sticky cake, because its super soft and luscious. You almost can get it at every Cafe and Fika place, because every Swede just loves this chocolate cake. The good thing: You can easily make it by yourself, doesn’t take long and the best; it doesn’t need a lot of ingredients. And all over […]

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Vegan Macadamia Pancakes

In my opinion you can never go wrong with pancakes. Whether in the morning or as a lunch, pancakes are on my plate regularly. Unfortunately, these delicious portions are often not very vegan- and figure-friendly, as they often contain a lot of sugar and white flour. But of course I experimented a bit around to show you this nice recipe. It’s vegan and only sweetened with xylitol (What’s that?). In […]

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vegan swedish chokladbollar

What are your first thoughts when you hear Sweden? I usually think of beautiful nature, scandinavian style and lots of coffee. However, swedes usually are not missing out the sweets to their coffee and having their traditional fika. What fika is? Its actually just a really nice word for having coffee with friends, colleagues or family and usually having snacks beside it. One of the famous sweets are Kanelbullar and […]

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