I first stumbled upon the original avocado toast recipe in Gwyneth Paltrow's cookbook and I have been making it with slight variations ever since. It's so simple and satisfying that it's a perfect solution for days when you're out of ideas for breakfast or afternoon snack. Continue reading
I am not a big tofu eater, but this spread is worth trying. This recipe is a modified version of one from a magazine. I tested the original version but later I simply did not have some ingredients and I can say that even the simple version tastes great. Continue reading
This recipe is a simplified version of Jamie Oliver's. You can also use almond or coconut milk instead of yoghurt if you like. Continue reading
Super easy, no special ingredients:-) This is a very refreshing, colourful spread to brighten up your morning.
My favourite. This is my version of the egg spread I used to eat when I was a kid. Some flavours are so sentimental:-) Some people only use butter as the binding ingredient, but it gets very crumbly when taken out of the fridge, so l like to add creme fraiche or mayo to prevent this. Continue reading
When you don't feel creative, but you want to have a tasty sandwich or offer a snack to your visitors.Continue reading
This is super easy. You need finely grated cheese (e.g. gouda, edam,...), a couple of garlic cloves - pressed, cream cheese, white yogurt, salt, black pepper. Continue reading
This is super easy, tasty and protein-rich breakfast.