It’s summer! And it’s too hot in my kitchen for baking… Still, the kids at home, we can all need a treat every now and then. I first made these truffles for Albin to bring to school on the last day. Since school has a no-nuts policy, they are nut free. Since I have a protein-policy (that’s a new word ) – they contain protein in the form of flax seeds and chia seeds. They are covered in a mix of colorful coconut sprinkles, just for fun! Vegan, raw food, nut free, lactose free, grain free and sugar free. Something for everyone….
Recently at a friends house I got to try some “weird bread” as she called it. It’s a wrap made with egg and flax seeds and she made it so quickly that I decided to try this at home. The original recipe comes from a cookbook called “wheat belly” by Davis William. I have changed the recipe a little. And I’m sure I will come up with more variations… This is for sure a great addition to a grain free diet!
I have posted recipes for chia puddings, and even my favorite chocolate chia pudding, but I decided it was time for an upgrade. This upgrade I have my son to thank for. It was his idea, and it turned out so great that this is the version I make regularly now. If you can handle lactose – try it!
A few days ago I baked lemon muffins for the opening of a Pilates studio here in Luxembourg. As the incredible fragrance of sweet lemon filled my kitchen, I got thinking… How could I improve these? A few days later – here’s an amazing recipe for lemon cranberry muffins. The step certainly wasn’t big! But the cranberries does make the muffins just a little bit extra special. And they look very cute with the red dot!