Welcome to a little piece of my world =^.^=
  • Really delicious peanut butter cup cheesecake from minimalistbaker!

    Try’em out, you’re gonna loooove it!

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  • Pumpkin and oatmeal muffin with vegan frosting =^.^=

    The recipe is from this site leancleangirliemachine, but I never added chocolate chips. I made my own pumpkin pure thou =^.^=

    If you brows my site I have a recipe for this vegan frosting BUT under the word mousse. The difference between this one and the mousse is the cacao powder amount. Add a little extra powder and you will have a firmer bash of the mousse =^.^=

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  • "Orkar inte laga mat efter jobbet middag"!! Vårullar m.skaldjur, vitlöksmarinerade musslor och ryggbiff & nudelsallad! Resultat? MATKOMA!

  • Nutella fudge bites!

    This is inspired from chocolatecoveredkatie

    I usually eyeball my measurements so my bash went a little dry.

    I added coconut oil to make it more moist.

    • 3/4 cup pitted dates
    • 2 tbsp cocoa powder
    • 2 tbsp shredded coconut
    • 1/3 to 1/2 cup raw hazelnuts
    • 2 tbsp coconut oil

    Mix everything in a blender and roll in to balls!

    Optional: roll them in to shredded coconut

    There you have one of the easiest bites when you’ve got a sweet tooth =^.^=

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  • Made a halterneck top from this really good tutorial made by TezMania TV.

    I used only the top-part when I was doing the halterneck. I also made the dress but it will come up later =^.^=

    Follow this girls instructions and you will end up with an awesome rockabilly dress!

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  • Watch my bffs (the one with the red bandana) video that she made with her dance-friends for the project #DancersAgainstRacism made by Sara Galan and Galang Crew!

    Thees girls are awesome and there are a lot of other videos that you can watch with the tagg DancersAgainstRacism.

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  • Healthier Oreos - Inspiration from Katie

    Here is a more healthier recipe how to make our popular cookies!

    Thees you can also make without baking them in the oven. Just make sure that the cookies are thick enough to keep the filing =^.^=

    Here is a DL to CUP converter (US): http://www.convertunits.com/from/cup+%5BUS%5D/to/deciliter


    1.77 dl oat flour (bought or self-mixed) + 0.5 dl graham flour
    0.6 dl cocoa powder
    0.25 tsp salt
    0.25 tsp baking soda
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    5-7 pitted dates 0.5 dl water
    0.60 dl vegetable or coconut oil
    3 tbsp milk of choice
    2 tbsp pure maple syrup


    1.2 dl powdered sugar or Sugar-Free Powdered Sugar
    ½ tsp vanilla extract
    0.6 dl coconut butter (or make your own)

    If you don’t have oat flour you can just mix rolled oats in your mixer until it’s powder.

    Mix the oat flour, graham flour, cacao powder, baking soda and salt in a bowl.
    In a mixer, blend the water and the dates until smooth. This is your sweetening.
    In a separate bowl, mix the mixed dates, vanilla extract, oil, milk and maple syrup.
    Mix the wet into dry and make a form dough that will chill in the refrigerate in 30 minutes.

    OVEN 150C/ 300F

    The dough will be sticky so you can put the dough in a plastic bag or between 2 sheets of baking paper
    and flatten to a thin dough. Use a small glass or a circle cutter to make small circles.
    Bake in the oven for about 10 minutes. The cookies will still look a little under done but it’s okay.
    The important step is to let them cool for about 10 minutes before removing them.

    You can easily make your own coconut butter (image) by add coconut flakes or pure coconut in your mixer and mix, mix, mix.
    The same way you make your own peanut butter.

    Mix the ingredient to the filing in a mixer or with a fork. Smear the filing on a cookie and top it with an other.
    Store in the fridge to keep the filing stays hard.

    Enjoy your Oreos!

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  • Homemade Plum wine - Umeshu

    I have finally made my first umeshu!

    I was at my friends house and she showed me how to make umeshu - Japanese plum wine. Alot of japanese people make their home made plum wine and you can serve it hot in the winter, with ice or chilled in the summer or just as room temperature. 

    It’s only contains 3 ingredients!

    Alcoholic beverage, sugar/ honey and plums.

    What I used:

    500g of plums

    700ml, 37.5% Vodka

    250g organic honey

    1. Let the plums bathe in water for about 1h.
    2. Dry the plums with a towel or just let it be for an hour.
    3. Put the plums in a jar, add the sugar/ honey and the alcohol.

    Let it now rest for at least 3 month.
    The plums will have float up to the surface and you can take them out if you want.
    In my case I’ll have too cause I believe I had a too small jar for the amount of liquid that will be.

    The wine will be at it’s best after a year or two but some just can’t wait and try it first taste after 6 month =^.^= As with a lot of alcoholic beverage it will improve with age. Well let’s hope mine will turn out great!

    Can’t wait!

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  • Thees chocolate peanut butter bars are the best snacks! They have protein, carbohydrates and simple carbs so they give you both fast energy and slow ones. They are easy to take them with you in a container or just on the go.

    Got the inspiration from @unprocessyourfood (instagram)

    50g melted chocolate in a water bath

    1 cup of rye

    ½cup oatmeal

    1/4 cup honey, melted

    ½ cup peanut butter

    2tbsp coconut oil, melted


    2tbsp soy- or almond milk

    coconut flakes to sprinkle over.

    Mix rye, oatmeal, honey, peanut butter, coconut oil, the egg and the milk in a blender and press the mixture into a small pan with plastic folio or a baking sheet. Flatten it and cover it with the melted chocolate. Sprinkle some coconut flakes over and put it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Once the chocolate has thickens, cut it into cookie size squares and taste!

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  • Coconut and “nutella”(hazlenutt and chocolate) lärabar

    Found thees yummy bites at DreamsofSugarPlumCakes

    Just added some coconut flakes =^.^=


    3/4 cup (1.77dl) raw hazelnuts

    1/4 cup (0.6dl)  almonds, walnuts or cashews (I used almonds)

    3tbsp (3msk) cocoa powder

    1½ cup (3.5dl) dates


    coconut flakes


    Mix the dates with a little water so you get a date paste.

    Then blend everything els and puls the mixer until you have a desired mix.

    Put the mix on a baking sheet or folio plastic and roll it out in to a log and let it be in the freezer for about 30-60 minutes.

    Take it out, roll it in some coconut flakes, put it on a cutting board and cut into desired sizes with a large knife.

    You can store the bites in the fridge in a a box or roll it in some paper or plastic wrap.


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  • Lemon cupcake and vegan frosting and mousse

    OH MY GOD!! SERIOUSLY!! This is the best vegan frosting and mousse I’ve ever tasted! The inspiration is from the instagram user @unprocessyourfood She have made both thees but she use it as frosting and I use it as mousse cause the frosting with pumpkin puree went to soft for my taste.

    For the cake I just used a healthier recipe then the regular cupcakes.

    Vegan chocolate mousse

    1 cup pumpkin puree

    1/4 cup cocoa powder

    1/4 cup maple syrup

    3 tablespoons almond butter

    Mix everything in a blender and it’s done!

    Vegan chocolate frosting

    1/2 cup peanut butter

    4 tbsp maple syrup

    4 tbsp cocoa powder

    3 tbsp soy milk or almond milk

    Mix everything in a blender. Store in a fridge if you don’t use it.


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  • Here’s some really good country from Doug Seegers with Jill Johnson and Magnus Carlson. The song is writen by Doug and the name is: Down to the river.

    You can find his song at itunes and Spotify - Down to the river -  Doug Seegers

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  • I love tofu! It’s a great substitute for eggs or meat products =^.^=

    In the first picture I’ve put one firm tofu (left) and one soft tofu (right) so you can see the difference. The firm tofu I really like in my food cause it has a very meaty consistence. The soft tofu is great in soups or sweets.

    Here comes a recipe that gives you a very moist and delicious muffin =^.^=


    Preheat oven to 176ºC

    This is a great tasty and filling snack that you can take along anywhere you go


    2.36 dl soft silken tofu
    0.6 dl oil or soften butter
    0.80 dl maple syrup or Agave
    2 tsp vanilla extract
    2.36 dl all-purpose flour, 1.2 dl almond flour, 1.2 dl wholewheat flour
    2 tsp baking powder
    1 tsp baking soda
    1/2 tsp salt
    1.5 dl lemon curd

    Oven: 350F/ 175C

    Put tofu, butter/oil, maple syrup, lemon curd and vanilla extract in blender and blend until smooth.
    In a separate bowl, sift all the different flours, salt, baking powder and baking soda together.
    Add the wet mixture with the dry, constantly stirring  until blended in.
    Put a little mixture in a muffin paper, add a little lemon curd and add some more mixture. This make a little tasty surprise inside the muffin =^.^=
    Bake for 20 min.
    If you don’t like lemon curd it’s much as tasty to add chocolate chips and walnuts in this tasty thing =^.^=

    Good luck!

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