After making my lemon waffles with Spring fruit compote the other day, I had some cherries left and I also happened to have some yogurt to use up, so I decided that since I wanted something yummy for Sunday breakfast, baking a cherry yogurt loaf cake was just what had to be done!
Spring and Summer give us the best, sweetest, juiciest fruits of the whole year *double sigh* and since I didn’t want to miss on the fun, I came up with this quick compote of peaches, apricots and cherries and paired it with gluten free lemon waffles.
Some mornings, especially when it’s cold and rainy outside, you wake up and you know you are going to need a comforting breakfast to start the day on the right foot and face all the work and errands and chores ahead.
As you can see from my previous post I have been experimenting with Aquafaba recently and when the other day I managed to get a fluffy batter out of it, I decided to use it to bake a simple cocoa cake.
Truth be told, I didn’t know what to expect. I was bracing myself for a total failure, like the cake wouldn’t cook and I’d witness some sort of sad soggy baked pudding in a pan, ready for its journey from the oven to the trash bin. But …
I deeply love when pear meets dark chocolate, it’s like a match made in heaven <3
So I thought I’d try experimenting with some muffins, but I wanted very chocolate-y muffins, you know, so much that one has to forget they are free-from a lot of stuff.
A while back my colleague brought to the office a delicious apple cake, a bit different from the usual, with little flour, lots of apple pieces and just the right hint of cinnamon. I asked her for the recipe, which was neither glutenfree, nor eggfree. So I thought: alright. Challenged accepted. *Mission Impossible’s theme playing in the background* (Yes my mind does these things sometimes, please bear with me)
So, Fall is literally a few hours away and I thought I’d welcome it with the recipe for apple and cinnamon pancakes 🙂
We start by mixing in a cup the flaxseed with the water and let it rest a few minutes until it gets a jello-ish look.
Then wisk it together with all the ingredients except the apple, which you will peel, remove the core and cut the apple into think discs.
Hi sweeties! Hope your week is treating you well 🙂
Today I’m sharing with you a quick and easy recipe to make some yummy glutenfree and vegan crepes, for your breakfast or why not, a sweet afternoon break.
Hi sweeties and welcome back!
I took some time off the blog to enjoy my days off work with my sweetheart, who was back in town for a couple weeks before leaving again for work … LE SIGH!!! But we had a great and relaxing time, basically sleeping, eating and sunbathing at the pool or at the beach, desperately trying to get some colour on our milk white skin..
Ahhh peaches … I miss raw, sweet, fresh, juicy peaches, le sigh. Unfortunately they are among the many fruits I can’t eat anymore, like apricots, plums, berries .. basically the best fruits of summer, that is. But as long as I eat them cooked (baked, jam, etc) I don’t get the usual mouth itching or swelling. So I decided to make this cake, combining my boyfriend’s sensitivity to gluten/dairy/eggs with mine to peaches.