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Homemade Pizza Sauce With Extra Veggies Recipe

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com41 Comments

To be fair, it’s not much of a recipe, rather just an idea to share. My boy is on a restricted diet, which is beyond being a picky eater. He has sensory issues with food, with lots of food groups. Therefore he’s almost exclusively on a diet consisting of pizza, pasta with tomato sauce, cheese and cereal. On good days …

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Quick Midweek Meals With Capsicana

In Foodie Me, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com5 Comments

I love to cook and I normally use fresh ingredients, including the herbs and the spices. But there are days when I don’t feel to cook everything from the scratch, because it’s been a busy day, I’m too tired or the kids are just too handful. I’m not pretending I never used boxed meals from the supermarket, but I don’t …

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How To Cook Easy And Quick Vegetarian And Vegan Caribbean Food At Home

In Foodie Me, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com29 Comments

Have you ever tried Caribbean food? It’s vibrant, colourful and bursting with flavours. The combination of sweet and piquant, the mild fruity flavours and the aromatic hot sauces are a special fusion of a multicultural history. African, Latin-American, Spanish, Creole and some other cuisines are all blended into Caribbean flavours. I absolutely love it, however, it is traditionally heavily meat …

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Yummiest Superfood Salad Recipe With Indigo Herbs Giveaway

In Foodie Me, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com124 Comments

After a bit of thinking, this is the best title I could have thought of. Yup. There’s so much goodness in this salad, that they won’t all fit in the title line. I think I mentioned this before, that my favourite salads are all a combination of both vegetables and fruits. The fruit always add a twist, a sweet kick …

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Review And Giveaway: Nim’s Kids – Healthy Snacks

In Foodie Me, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com8 Comments

I have already worked with Nim’s, and I just love their crisps. After reviewing their Pure Fruit And Vegetable Crisps I became a huge fan. (In case you missed it, read my review here: Nim’s All Natural Fruit And Vegetable Crisps) Nim’s fruit and vegetable crisps range contains 8 different kind of air-dried snacks, healthy and delicious. These yummy snacks are …

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Very Buttery And Very Cheesy Mini Bites

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com26 Comments

This is such an easy and yummy snack to make, that even small kids could help. Bobcat loved being in charge of the rolling-pin and sprinkling the sesame seed. All over the place. And eating raw dough of course. (Who did not like that as a kid. Or even as a grown up.) These cheesy bites are great for parties, for …

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Spicy Mushroom Stew With Home Made Gnocchi

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In most Eastern-European countries, stew is everything. Hungary, where I’m from, is no different, we have all sorts of stews including goulash, which Hungarians eat as a soup. I know, we’re weird. The cuisine is of course heavy in meat dishes. Luckily, a lot of meat based dishes can be turned into a lovely vegetarian meal quite easily. My mum …

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Savoury Butternut Squash – Broccoli Muffins With Feta

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com7 Comments

These are just perfect to make on a rainy afternoon, and eat them all up whilst they are still lovely and warm. I have a very picky toddler and seems like my baby girl is following her big brother’s footsteps. Lucky me. Not. I was hoping that at least one child of mine will eat properly. Nope, I can keep …

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Green Tea Cookies With Matcha And Mint

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com10 Comments

I’m a bit of a matcha addict lately. Not just as a tea (once a day at least), but I also love combing it with sweet flavours. Like cakes and ice cream. It adds the subtle bitterness of the finest green tea and a lovely, bright green shade. I already tried it with cream cheese chiminangas (find my recipe here: …

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Vegan And Raw Mini Energy Bars

In Foodie Me, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com6 Comments

We all know, just how bad refined sugar is for us. If you ever tried to cut down on your sugar intake, you know how hard it can be. Low-sugar and “sugar-free” substitutes are not healthy either (and they taste terrible). Dried fruits are great to satisfy your sugar craving. They are full of fibre, and antioxidants (especially figs and …