Month: October 2017

Oven-baked Figs + Grain-free Seed & Honey Crumble

After a more than busy summer 2017, whose end’s been marvellous (ended up living the most beautiful experience of my life during an Autumn Equinox South of France yoga retreat) just as well as horrific (my digestive system illness got worse due to too much stress, work overload and simple exhaustion), I am FINALLY back into my digital world! And I cannot express how much I missed it! To celebrate this comeback, just as well as our well-deserved entry into Autumn (after a beautiful summer season for you I hope), let me introduce you to my favourite and very secretive exotic fruits: figs. It is indeed delicious to bite directly into their juicy and sweet flesh, but it’s even better to bake them into your oven! With a “tastes of Autumn” inspired recipe, this is what I am inviting you to do today. Take a book, a cup of tea, a lovely and warm spot in your home and cuddle up with those + your oven baked figs (and let your mind wander to unknown …

Grain-free Double Chocolate Chip Cookie

If you’re looking for an easy, quick, amazing, mouth-watering and not vain at all cookie recipe, well you’d better choose this one. When the colder months arrive, I usually am desperately looking for those deliciously chocolaty comfort foods, not only because chocolate is life but because my body needs some sun within if it does not get it from the sky itself. This does not prevent you from making them in the middle of summer of course. Did you know that a cacao tree is called a Theobroma Cacao, which means “Food of the Gods” ? And that cacao is actually one of the best stimulants + containing more antioxidants than any other food on the planet ? Well now you know! Anyway, those cookies are absolutely fantastic, scrumptious as a dessert and even better when eaten as a snack, as they are indulging but guilt-free and actually very good for you. Full of good and quickly metabolised fats, healthy carbohydrates and some superfoods, those really are a fridge’s must-have (you’ve still got to eat …