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Wintery And Warm Apple And Walnut Strudel

In Foodie Meby eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

Just as easy as delicious. Strudel is a very popular pastry in Central – Europe, both the sweet and the savoury versions. For me, it’s a comfort food and also the manifestation of a Sunday lunch at my Grandparents. My Grandma made the pastry all by herself, even when it was already available in the supermarkets. I don’t have the …

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Christmas Bonbons With Dates And Walnuts

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If you’re looking for some quick Christmassy dessert for the weekend, you can definitely steal the show with these. They are a lot easier to make than they look, and that’s a bonus. We tend to forget about our refined sugar intake during the holidays (or let’s just admit: we just don’t care), but these bonbons require no extra sugar. …

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Review: Nim’s All Natural Vegetable And Fruit Crisps

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I’m always on the look out for healthy and vegetarian nibbles. Bobcat is a very picky eater, he currently doesn’t eat any fresh fruits or vegetables apart from a little banana and some tomato. No matter how creative and persistent I am, he just won’t eat them. Therefore, I’m keen to try new things just to make him eat some …

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Pumpkin And Choc Chip Cookie Monsters For Halloween

In Foodie Meby eva.katona@yahoo.com11 Comments

Halloween is around the corner and like it or not: little kids love their trick or treat. Mainly the treat bit. So here’s something really cute you can prepare together with them, as it’s really easy and takes no time. Not to mention the fun and the yumm factor. Pumpkin and choc chip cookie monsters  For your little vampire monsters you …

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Greek Style Farro Salad

In Foodie Meby eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

I fell in love with farro a few years ago and it was love at first taste. Similar to (and often interchangeable) pearl barley and spelt, but it’s more chewy. I love it for its neural taste. I only used it in salads so far, more to explore with soups. I normally buy the quick cook version, otherwise it needs …

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Best BBQ Sauce With Orange

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There’s still a few summer days left, let’s try to make the most of it! I love barbecues on a summer day and who doesn’t? It doesn’t have to be something for vegetarians to avoid. Make bean and lentil burgers, veggie skewers, or my personal favourite: grilled, whole Portobello mushrooms. They all go well with this brilliant BBQ sauce and …

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Quick Oaty Banana Mini Pancakes – No Milk

In Foodie Meby eva.katona@yahoo.com4 Comments

Morning All, aren’t we all bored of porridge? Well, I am quite bored of it. But then, oats are really healthy, full of fibre, rich in minerals (manganese, selenium, phosphorus, magnesium, and zinc). And some other good stuff, wich makes them an ideal breakfast item, basically gives you energy for the whole morning (or at least until your second morning …

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Super Quick Vegan Chocolate Cake – 30 Minutes From Scratch!

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Once you tried this chocolate cake you won’t bother with complicated recipes, trust me 🙂 As a busy mum of two I simply can’t afford to spend hours in the kitchen. Saving time whenever I can, is essential for me. I baked this cake as an emergency cake for the first time (after burning another one…). When you need a …

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Stilton Cheese And Red Cabbage Salad With Apple

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This gorgeous salad is one of my long time favourites, really should have shared the recipe long ago! I can safely call it a full meal as it’s so fulfilling and flavoursome. Full of vitamins, protein and makes a perfect midweek meal. We have this almost every week not only because I love it, but also because hey… it’s a …

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Pasta With Portobello Mushrooms

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I love pasta. I’m like an Italian, I can live on pasta, cheese and some olives. Bobcat too, minus the olives. When you have a picky toddler who’s addicted to pasta you try to make it versatile, healthy and at the same time edible for the entire family. (We got to the point of pasta-love where I don’t even give …