A few weeks back I had the pleasure of meeting Albana from Amazonian who sell organic and fair trade açai in Switzerland. I’d tried açai before in restaurants/cafés but never at home so I was delighted to give it a go myself.
It almost seems a bit silly to write a recipe on how to do it as it’s actually so simple and there are so many different combinations possible, and no right or wrong way.
2016 has been off to a pretty amazing start. And I feel like this is going to be a good year. You know the feeling I mean? The one that just allows you to sense that things are going to continue being great?
Yeah, that one!
Weekends are all about lazy mornings, late breakfasts, even later lunches and then super late dinners? Or something along those lines…
We have a farmer that comes around our neighbourhood selling his produce from the back of the car. Of course I couldn’t resist and bought a bunch of veggies, apples and fresh apple-pear juice. Which meant the recipes for the past few days were based around these foods. But I’m not complaining, check this out:
This is the ultimate lazy girl dinner. And I just found this picture while cleaning up my photos and realised I never shared the recipe.
I only have one picture because I was hungry and was being lazy but here goes.
I’m super lucky because I have friends who love food as much as I do. So when we get together it is always a main topic as well as what we do when we’re together – eat.
Many of you might know Nadja as @mylifeisdelicious on Instagram as she has stunning photos of vegan food she makes. And I’ll let you in on a little secret: her food is as good as it looks! Today she’s sharing her vegan oat-chocolate chip cookies with us.
I woke up this morning super hungry.
And whilst lying in bed I was mentally going through my fridge and all the food I had…
Yoghurt with müesli? I have that during the week.
Avocado toast? I don’t have bread.
Porridge? It’s too sunny and warm for such a wintery breakfast.
That’s when pancakes crept into my mind…and that was that.