Since starting my WHOLE30 / AIP challenge, I’ve been racking my brain on tasty recipes. Because let’s be honest, having sweet potatoes and cabbage all the time doesn’t really make you satisfied. So here it is, my first WHOLE30 and AIP friendly recipe suitable for pesceterians: gluten free, lactose free, nightshade free and yet not fun free! 🙂 This also tastes great if you are not on the program and just want to enjoy a quick, healthy and tasty meal. View Post
Cozy Sunday afternoons with home baked biscuits, a cup of hot cocoa and Mariah Carey singing “All I want for Christmas is you” in the background- for me this is the perfect way to spend the weekend before Christmas. However, finding a gluten free version of my beloved traditional German cookies here in England was a bit tricky, so I had to put on my apron and get baking myself. Luckily the internet is your best friend in finding gluten free recipes and below you can find an adapted version of a gluten free Vanillekipferl recipe- a must have German biscuit for Christmas, yummy. Happy baking! View Post
A rich risotto is perfect for cold autumn evenings. With a bit of patience, you can create a delicious meal that might even taste better than your regular restaurant food (because it is made with so much love and only fresh ingredients). Trust me, you don’t want to miss this.
I have to admit, baking these Halloween cookies was a small horror story in itself: Three trials were necessary to finally get gluten free biscuits that were not melting into a big blob during baking or falling apart as soon as you touch them. Well, gluten free baking is not always the easiest… View Post
My husband was craving a curry this week, so I made him a vegetarian coconut curry with cauliflower and chickpeas. The below recipe easily feeds four people, therefore adjust your measurements accordingly or do it like me and freeze the rest for the next time you crave a curry (saves money on Take-Outs too).