Posts tagged recipe
Speculoos de Noël

My Maman’s family comes from Holland. We kept a few culinary traditions from our country of origin, like Christmas speculoos (a shortbread biscuit with warming spices ie: cinnamon, coriander, clove, ginger, allspice, cardamom and nutmeg). The family recipe contains butter, white wheat flour (hence gluten) and refined sugar, as well as eggs. I created a recipe that preserve the flavour and texture of the traditional cookies, without the heaviness of the combination of eggs + sugar + flour - easier to digest! 

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Nutmeg silverbeet cream

A super healthy, warming soup – excellent for a cold winter’s night.

The winter leafy greens will take the flavours of the nutmeg, while the fried cumin and mustard seeds add a twist to this simple blend.

Why nutmeg?

Nutmeg is a much-loved spice that offers plenty of health-enhancing properties, including improving sleep quality, reducing joint and organ inflammation and favouring concentration.

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Dark chocolate chip cookies

Cooking has been a passion of mine since a very young age. I improvise a lot in the kitchen, as a way to express myself, to relax and/or to share my love to my friends and family.

A few years ago, a started to write some of recipes I would invent.

Here is a recipe of delicious and guilt-free cookies – Vegan, GF, low GI and high in protein. Enjoy!

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