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  • Gluten-free breakfast muffins with fenalong, raspberry and squash

    Although I know that food bloggers are usually happy to get something served, it was with some uncertainty that I offered seven of the country’s foremost food bloggers on home baking muffins. And that with something as original as fenalong and raspberry. Fortunately, the verdict fell in a positive direction. And then there is probably also a big […]

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  • Avocado hummus with lime and coriander

    If there is a heavenly sky, I am convinced that it is filled with avocado hummus. This delicious green hummus can hardly be described as anything but heavenly and divine. Make a large portion and care roughly. Hummus is a moss with rich utilities. Use it as a dip for vegetables or tortilla chips, butter it on bread […]

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  • Chocolate ice cream with chocolates

    It’s easy to buy ice cream in the shop, but the best ice cream makes you yourself. Chocolate ice cream is a classic and using the best cocoa you can find will be the taste of the same caliber. For this recipe, I have used the ice cream bowl for the KitchenAid machine as a tool. It […]

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  • Cashew nut milk made in slow juices

    You do not have to be vegan to drink plant milk. Cashew nut milk is good and healthy for everyone. When the milk is made from 1/4 cashew nuts and 3/4 water, the nutrient content corresponds to 1 deciliter of finished milk, the nutritional content as in 1/4 desiliter cashew. Here you will get good amounts of vitamin […]

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  • Pizza Pronto – Splash Pizza with mozzarella and bacon

    When it’s summery and nice, I’m not always in control of the slow food. Every day’s new favorite dinner is made in a handshake, generating some dishes, but tastes uncompromising. I call it pizza pronto and is perfect when you suddenly want pizza. Fresh tomatoes in slices do the same as tomato sauce, but go much faster. Since […]

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  • Caramelized French Onion Soup

    To me, the onion soup is as French, timeless and classic as the breton-striped sweater. This elementary, but evenly multipurpose soup is so good that one would think it would have advanced cooking skills. Thought that something so simple can be so good! With a pressure cooker, the taste is raised to new heights, and in a short […]

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  • Sugar-free strawberry jam with chia

    The Norwegian strawberries are so sweet that they can taste jam without the usual amount of sugar. A little honey provides the sweet rounding, while the small nutritious chia seeds make the job as a thickening agent. Incredible good! Chia seed is a good source of antioxidants, proteins, fiber, zinc, calcium and omega-3 fatty acids. Since the seeds […]

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  • Salsa guacamole

    Do not be scared of the color. A quickly emptied bowl should be more than enough evidence that this fiery Mexican dip is popular at a party. Think this will be fixed spring spice snacks afterwards. Easy to drum up and very good! That’s when I read this dipp case on Friday’s D2 that I wanted to try a homemade […]

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  • Søtpotethummus

    Hummus with sweet potato proves that one plus one can be three. Good bye and kick ass good together, that’s what hummus and ovsnbakt gotta are. Make a big portion, because this is really crazy. This recipe ranges from 3-4 accessories. Scales up if you want. 1 large sweet potato or two smaller 1 box of chickpeas (400 […]

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  • Lamb steak with soybean red onions + quinoasalat and coin dressing

    The fresh lamb of the year is on its way to the shops, and it paves the way for delicious harvest dishes. Thinking outside the poultry casserole is definitely allowed. Lamb ribs with rosemary and garlic, for example, taste delicious with a somewhat more untraditional accessory. Create, enjoy, eat more, repeat. For this recipe I have used lamb […]

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