Dinner, Lunch

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This is what I made my family when I invited them over for dinner, something that everyone can enjoy no matter what their food preferences are! It's the ultimate comfort food in my opinion and there are times when I'll eat this every week for months...

Tortillas
2 dl/200 ml oats
1 dl/100 ml corn flour
1 ml salt
2 1/2 dl/250 ml water
1 tsp/5 ml apple cider vinegar
1 tbsp/15 ml olive oil

1. Mix all of the ingredients into a smooth runny dough.
2. Leave the mixture to rest for a couple of minutes.
3. In an oiled pan on a high heat you pour the mixture until the tortilla has a diameter of around 15 cm. Let it fry on both sides until it's done (like if you where making pancakes).
4. Stack you're tortillas in a pile in a kitchen towel (I use kitchen roll in-between to catch the steam so they don't go soggy) and let them rest while you make the other things to complete your feast!


Coleslaw
1 medium sized beetroot
1 medium-big sized carrot
1 dl Oatly iMat fraiche
1 tsp/5 ml apple cider vinegar
1 tsp/5 ml mustard
Salt & pepper

1. Boil the beetroot until it's soft (i usually cut it in big pieces to make it quicker).
2. Let your beetroot pieces cool and then shred them on a grater. Shred your carrot as well.
3. Mix the Oatly iMat fraiche, apple cider vinegar, mustard, salt & pepper.
4. Add the shredded beetroots and carrots and mix until everything is combined. Store it in the fridge until you're ready to eat.


BBQ mushrooms
200g oyster mushrooms
1 tbsp/15 ml tamari
2 tsp/10 ml maple syrup
Smoked paprika powder
Regular paprika powder
Salt
Coconut oil for the pan

1. Fry your mushrooms in oil and a little salt until they've browned on the outside.
2. Put your mushrooms on a plate and shred them apart with two forks.
3. Add the mushrooms back to the hot pan along with the tamari, maple syrup and the two paprika powders (add these to your own taste). Fry until crispy.


You're ready to serve! I start with a tortilla, then I add coleslaw, BBQ mushrooms, apple pieces drizzled in lime juice and some coriander. All in all, the best thing ever!

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Dessert, Snack

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This recipe is extraordinary! If you store it in the freezer it honestly tastes like Ben & Jerry's peanut butter cup ice cream, what dreams are made of!


Chocolate bottom layer

1 tbsp/15 ml cacao butter

1 tbsp/15 ml cacao powder

1 tbsp/15 ml maple syrup

A dash of vanilla powder

A pinch of salt

1/2 dl/50 ml oat flour

1/2 dl/50 ml brown rice flour


1 Melt the cacao butter on the hob.

2 Add the rest of the ingredients and put it in your tin (a 10x10 cm tin), flatten it out to an even layer and put it in the freezer.


Caramel layer

10 dates (take out the stones)

1 tsp/5 ml coconut oil


1. Mix everything in a blender into a smooth paste (scrape down the edges every now and then).

2. Once your bottom layer is completely frozen you can add the caramel layer, flatten it out and put it back in the freezer.


Peanut & cashew cream

2 dl/200 ml soaked cashews

1/2 dl/50 ml maple syrup

1 1/2 dl/150 ml peanut butter

4 tsp/20 ml coconut oil


1. Mix the soaked cashews into a paste in a food processor.

2. Add maple syrup and coconut oil and mix again.

3. Add the peanut butter and mix well.

4. Put it on top of the caramel layer and even it out, put it back in the freezer.


Chocolate

1 1/2 tbsp/22 ml cacao butter

1 tbsp/15 ml cacao

1 tbsp/15 ml maple syrup

Salt

Vanilla powder


1. Melt the cacao butter.

2. Add the rest of the ingredients and whisk it together. Pour it on top of the cashew layer and put it back in the freezer.


I hope that you enjoy these as much as I do! DM me on instagram if you make the recipe or tag me if you post a picture, have a lovely weekend :)

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Dessert, Snack

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I've gone hazelnut crazy, I literally want to put it on everything! These tarts are the perfect treat to serve if you want to impress someone because they look really fancy (and in reality they're super easy to make, yeey!). They're also quite low in sugar (10 ml maple syrup per serving) which is also always a bonus in my opinion. Hopefully you'll enjoy these as much as I do!


Hazelnut layer

1/2 dl/50 ml raw hazelnut butter (you could switch this for any other nut butter of your choice)

1 tsp/5 ml maple syrup

1 tsp/5 ml virgin coconut oil

A pinch of vanilla powder

A pinch of salt

1/4 dl/25 ml oat flour


1. Mix everything except for the oat flour.

2. Add the oat flour and mix it well.

3. Split the mixture into two, put it in your two tins and flatten it out to the edges. Make sure that your layers are smooth on top.


Chocolate layer

1 tbsp/15 ml cacao butter

1 tbsp/15 ml virgin coconut oil

A pinch of salt

A pinch of vanilla powder

1 tbsp/15 ml maple syrup

2 tbsp/30 ml cacao powder


1. Add the cacao butter and coconut oil to a double boiler and let them melt.

2. Once they're both melted you can take your bowl of the heat and add the rest of your ingredients and whisk together until it's all smooth.

3. Pour it over your tarts and let them set in the fridge.

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Dessert, Snack

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Let's be honest; these protein balls won't taste like the ferreros that you remember (nothing with dates ever does), but the concept and combination of flavors are the same. And no matter what, these are DELICIOUS!


Ingredients

12 dates (preferably soft ones like medjool)

1/2 dl/50 ml roasted hazelnut butter

A pinch of salt

1 tsp/5 ml virgin coconut oil

1-2 tbsp/15-30 ml sprouted brown rice protein powder

2 tbsp/30 ml cacao powder


1. Mix the dates into a smooth paste in a blender.

2. Add the hazelnut butter and blend again.

3. Add the coconut oil, salt, cacao powder and protein powder and mix until it's all combined.

4. Roll them into balls and put a roasted hazelnut in the middle. Coat them with crushed hazelnuts and they're done! Simple yet effective (and addictive) ;)

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City guides

What can I say? Malmö is (according to me) the best city in Sweden. It feels like I'm betraying my hometown when I say it + I've never actually lived in Malmö (although I live 10 minutes away, and that practically the same thing, right?). The only city that I can ever imagine living in if I stay in Sweden is Malmö. There's something special about this city compared to other Swedish cities. The people, the atmosphere, the culture - the entire city. It feels like the people in Malmö are more layed back than the rest of the Swedish population (I'm generalizing in huge ways atm, so bare with me). There are a lot of different cultures that meet in the city, which makes it feel like a bigger city than it actually is.

Except for all of that, what really interests me about Malmö are all of the AMAZING cafés! There are so many that I keep going back to that it's hard to try out all of the new ones that are on my never-ending list, what a problem to have eh? Therefore I thought it was time to share some of my favorites! (If you have any recommendations of your own please leave them in the comments!)

ATRIUM
Skvadronsgatan 13, 217 49 Malmö

It might not look like much on the outside, but it's the nicest café ever! I feel completely relax once I enter the door to this place. They haven't got a huge menu (you can almost see everything in the second picture + coffee, some sandwiches & salads), which I surprisingly enough really enjoy. They have everything you need but not more if that makes sense. It's a "regular" café (i.e. not focused on being vegan etc) but they still have a few raw-food cakes, kombutcha and oat milk, so it's suitable for everybody. If you come in the summer they also have a outdoor seating area in a small park next to the café which is nice (although I still prefer to sit inside sometimes because I love the interior so much :D)

RAW FOOD HOUSE
Friisgatan 8, 211 46 Malmö

This place is the BOMB! Absolute food heaven, even if you're not the typical raw-food-enthusiast. I mostly come here for their amazing brunch or their wrap (the best thing ever!) because they're both so good that I never want to get anything else... Their cakes are also incredible, but huge (I'm not complaining, I'm the biggest cookie monster of them all :D) so I would recommend sharing dessert if you've already had lunch/dinner. Except for the delicious food; the staff has always been super friendly every time that I've visited which is always a bonus. I honestly couldn't recommend this place enough!

SÖDERBERG & SARA
Mäster Danielsgatan 3, 211 58 Malmö

The ultimate hipster café as my friend put it, and that might be one of the reasons why I love it so much. It also reminds me a lot of France for some reason. It's the perfect place to enjoy a cup of tea and cake, but it's also a great place to get you're breakfast bread to bring home. (This is not a vegan-place, but it's still a nice place to hang out at + the have many vegan drink options, including kombutcha, so it's still worth a visit)

FYN
Falsterbogatan 1, 211 58 Malmö

Another great café filled with delicious food. The menu is vegetarian & vegan, so there are options for everyone! In the picture you see the vegetarian brunch which I absolutely love! It's not like any other brunch that I've tried because this one was mostly filled with vegetables, it is simply the perfectly put together brunch plate!

IN THE PINK
Neptunigatan 2, 211 20 Malmö

To be honest I don't hold In The Pink as close to my heart as the rest of the cafés in this post. Don't get me wrong, it's still really good, but simply not as good as the rest. The menu is a combination of diets and the vegan and vegetarians have a combined menu (ask about the vegan options to be sure because it isn't obvious, I ordered a wrap that I taught was vegan but it was made out of eggs, which it didn't say anywhere on the menu). The portion sizes are also quite small (i.e. I didn't get full at all, but I'm usually a very hungry person), so maybe this is better if you want a "fika" (coffee and cake). The turmeric latte was great! I switched out the almond milk & agave syrup for oat milk and that was perfect.


Hopefully you've found some new inspiration of what to do in Malmö - either if you live close by or if you're going to visit from far-away. If you have any hidden gems of your own feel free to recommend them in the comments below!

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Dessert, Snack

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I'll let the pictures speak for themselves - make these!


The recipe is enough for one small tin that is 10cm in diameter.


Bottom layer

1 tbsp/15 ml peanut butter

2/3 tbsp/10 ml maple syrup

2/3 tbsp/10 ml virgin coconut oil

1/2 dl/50 ml brown rice flour


1. Mix the peanut butter, maple syrup and coconut oil.

2. Add the rice flour and mix until everything is combined (feel free to use your hand in the end)

3. Put your dough in a small tin and flatten it out til it's an even layer all the way up to the edges.

4. Put it in the freezer for 15 minutes (while you make your next layer).


Peanut caramel

1/2 dl/50 ml peanut butter

1/4 dl/25 ml maple syrup

1/2 tsk/2 1/2 ml cornstarch


1. Mix all of the ingredients and put them on top of your base.

2. Leave it in the freezer for half an hour.


Chocolate top layer

1 tbsp/15 ml virgin coconut oil

2/3 tbsp/10 ml maple syrup

A pinch of salt

1 tbsp/15 ml cacao powder


1. Whisk together the coconut oil and maple syrup until it's a smooth mixture.

2. Ass the salt and cacao powder and whisk until everything is combined.

3. Put the chocolate on top of the peanut layer and your cake is done! You can garnish it with some more cacao powder and flower sprinkles.


Please tag me in your pictures on instagram if you remake any of my recipes, it's so much fun to see your recreations!

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Dinner, Lunch

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This recipe is enough for 3-4 people

Ingredients:
2 dl/200 ml brown lentils
1 zucchini
1 yellow pepper
1 tbsp/15 ml tomato purée
400g crushed tomatoes
Salt
Pepper
2-3 peaches
Salad of choice (to use as wraps)

Instructions:
1. Cook the lentils according to the instructions on the package.
2. Drain the cooked lentils and put them back into your saucepan. Add the crushed tomatoes, salt, pepper, tomato purée, zucchini (cut into small pieces) and yellow pepper (also cut into small pieces). Bring it to a boil and let it simmer for 15 minutes.
3. Assemble your wraps by putting the lentil mixture in the wrap + some small piece of peach on top, enjoy!

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Dessert, Snack

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These bars are ridiculous! I have to force myself not to eat them all at the same time... I decided that it was time to create my own recipe for protein bars because I can't find any "clean" bars in my local health stores, not even the ones that are supposed to be very pure are good enough according to me. I don't think that the bars need a lot of complicated ingredients, so that's why I chose to my recipe simple.


Ingredients:

1/4 dl/25 ml cacao butter

3/4 dl/75 ml crunchy peanut butter (use one that only contains peanuts and salt)

1/4 dl/25 ml maple syrup

1 tsp/5 ml potato starch

1/4 dl/25 ml cacao powder

1/2 dl/50 ml sprouted brown rice protein powder

Cacao nibs to sprinkle on top


1. Melt the cacao butter on a low heat.

2. Mix the cacao butter with peanut butter and maple syrup.

3. Add the rest of your ingredients (except for the cacao nibs) and mix well.

4. Put your mixture in a small tin and press it down, add the cacao nibs on top and press them down into the mixture. Leave it in your fridge for 30 minutes, then it's ready to be cut up into bars. You can wrap them in some clingfilm if you want to bring them outside your home (but they will melt if they get too hot). Store them in the fridge.

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Drinks

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If you're looking for the ultimate summer drink - this is it! Perfectly seasonal and one of the prettiest colours; I present to you the rhubarb gin & tonic :D


Ingrediens:

3 ml gin

3-6 ml rhubarb syrup*

1 1/2 ml lemon or lime juice

6 ml tonic

5 crushed ice cubes


1. Put all of the ingredients in a shaker, seal it and shake.

2. Pour it in a glas and decorate it however you like, done!


* I make my rhubarb syrup by cooking rhubarb pieces on the stove until they soften, then I add some maple syrup and let it simmer for a little longer. After that I strain it and keep it in the fridge.

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Dessert, Snack

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This is the best quick snack ever! Ever since I came up with it I've been obsessed. It has actually become a problem... Because it's so simple to make I find it hard not to whiz up my oats and make them into cookie dough (and probably eat them strait out of the bowl tbh) after every meal.


Ingredients:

2 1/2 dl/250 ml oats*

1/4 dl/25 ml virgin coconut oil

1/4 dl/25 ml maple syrup

A sprinkle of vanilla powder

A dash of salt

50g good quality dark chocolate (I use one that is 85% cacao)


1. Mix the oats into a flour.

2. Melt the oil and mix it with the oat flour, maple syrup, vanilla and salt.

3. Cut 10g of chocolate into small pieces (like chocolate chips) and mix it in with the dough.

4. Melt half of the leftover chocolate (i.e. 20g). Pour the melted chocolate into small muffins cups (I use 6 for this recipe) and put them in a freezer for a minute.

5. Start melting the rest of the chocolate (i.e. 20g). Take out your cups (with frozen chocolate) and add the cookie dough mixture on top*, press it down so that it is compact and put it back in the freezer for another minute or two.

6. Take out your cups once again and add the melted chocolate on top of the frozen cookie dough. Put it back in the freezer and they're done!


These are really the best things ever, I hope that you give them a try! And as always; if you remake anything from my blog I would love to see it!


* Side note: the recipe make quite a lot of cookie dough. The reason for this is that I tend to eat a lot while I bake, but if you're better at controlling yourself you can roll the leftover dough into balls or make the cups with a lot of cookie dough filling :)

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