raspberry-rippled banana ice-cream cup

A nice little dessert with taste of banana and raspberries.

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beetroot patties and root mash

Roots, roots, and more roots. If your not a fan of roots feel free to exchange the beetroots for the same amount of any type of ground meet or fish. Continue reading

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coconut-blueberry tarte

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As long as you remember to place that can of coconut milk in the fridge the night before, this cake is simply made despite the tipple layers. If you are not a fan of coconut cream, just skip the last layer. If you are a fan of blueberries, I’d recommend doubling the filling to make the blueberry taste more prominent.

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chocolate orange ginger ice cream

If you ask me, winter is the best time for ice cream. When it’s cool enough outside there’s no hurry trying to finish eating before it all melts away. Ginger and orange are of course optional, just leave them out if you want a chocolate only ice  cream. Continue reading

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chocolate coated ginger bread balls

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Cinnamon, cloves, and ginger are definitely spices associated with winter holidays and Christmas. These ginger bread cookie-balls can be rolled in cinnamon and cardamom instead of dipping in chocolate.

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choko-clementine bites

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Nuts or seeds and natural sweeteners like dates or other fruit easily makes a delicious treat. Here is a version flavored with chocolate and clementine. Continue reading

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eggplant gratin

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This is a simple dish to serve either as a main dish with a sallad or as a side to meat or fish or poultry. The coconut oil Continue reading

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