I love the smell of pancakes in the morning and would love to eat pancakes literally everyday. However, to be entirely honest, I am far too lazy! Out of laziness and the need for healthy vegan pancakes I forced myself to try out some new recipes to overcome my struggle. Simple is the key word for those lovely banana pancakes vegan style. You only need 3 ingredients and they are super soft at the same time!
This meal is actually one of my all time favorites, but never made it up the blog…till now! I can’t really tell you why I’ve waited so long to share this with you, because holy moly this recipe is just delicious. But here we are! I usually eat this beauty with feta, but if you want this recipe to be suitable for vegans, just try my sister’s vegan cheese alternative. Please feel free to try it out, you won’t regret it!
Hey hey my loves! So today I’m gonna do another “behind the scenes” look at a particular food: the – in my opinion – heavenly agave syrup. ‘Why are you doing that?’ you ask? Quite simply, because I’ve been using this stuff for about a few weeks in almost every meal I’ve had. I just think it’s SO good. But in the light of the fact that I have to buy this sweetener so often because it’s about to run out after about three days of purchase, the question somehow germinated in me, if this product is good for me at all. Therefore: Sanny does some research. And because I’m doing that anyway, I thought I might share my findings with you guys…my pleasure!
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 addition, I used my favorite nuts in the world to create this beauty.
Guuuuuuuys! I’m absolutely hooked right now! ‘Why is that again, Sanny?’ you might ask yourself? Well, because with this post I’m actually writing my very first restaurant review! Yay! Well, and also the fact that I’m drinking Monster Energy probably also adds a bit to my current hyperactivity haha. But what really makes me happy is the fact that this “restaurant” which I’m gonna write about is my absolute favorite place for vegan food. So, spoiler alert: my first restaurant review will contain a lot of love and praise.
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 Chokoladbollar, which are super easy to prepare and are also suitable for a vegan diet! So if you want to be a part of swedish tradition, you should definitely start cooking now!
Loveliest vegan friends! As you probably can already imagine, in a second I’ll show you a vegan dish cooked – or rather whipped up – by me. You probably already had suspected that regarding the title and/or the post’s picture. Oh well, I’ve just extra articulated again then for you 😉
I came across this dish when I was looking for inspiration for my recipe of vegan cashew whipped cream (coming soon!). As soon as you are on any recipe pages, somewhere there are always popping up these other recipes, like next to/under/on top of the actual recipe, which apparently could be of your interest. And they are always right…oh I wonder how they know me so well 😉 ! What immediately caught my attention was this vegan salad with persimmons, rocket and feta cheese. Obviously I clicked on it aaaaaaand here we are – my mouth was watering. The problem with the whole story: the recipe was with Indian cucumbers (has anyone ever seen that before?) and feta cheese (dairy – ugh!) and – in my assessment – it also was a little bit boring. But I wouldn’t be a food blogger if that wasn’t the perfect template for a new vegan salad creation à la Sanny, would I? You can see my version of this great salad right here: