Pancakes with Quinoa

Pancakes with Quinoa

Ingredients 1/2 teaspoon salt 3/4 cup flour 1 cup cooked quinoa 1 baking powder 2 tbsp maple syrup 1/4 cup milk Egg + 1 egg white 1 tablespoon butter Preparation Mix salt, flour, quinoa and baking powder. In a separate bowl whisk the maple, milk, egg+egg white and...
Filling Omelete with Quinoa

Filling Omelete with Quinoa

A very satisfying and filling omelet for those mornings when you need an extra breakfast. If you prepare all the ingredients the evening before (including chopping the vegetables) then the preparation takes less than 10 minutes. Ingredients 3 eggs 1 dices bell pepper...
Spinach, Cheese & Walnut Pie

Spinach, Cheese & Walnut Pie

A very tasty quiche that also easy to make. Also suitable as a recipe for someone who is just starting out in the kitchen. The nuts add a special flavor and delicious crunchiness. Ingredients 6 eggs 400g spinach cut thinly 1/2 cup finely chopped onion 1 cup grated...
Avocado Eyes with Eggs

Avocado Eyes with Eggs

A different and interesting breakfast. Although the preparation time is a little longer than an omelet it’s totally worth it. If you bake it for only 8 minutes you get a relatively runny egg that’s fun to dip bread in. Ingredients 2 ripe but not completely...
Corn Fritters with Coconut Flour

Corn Fritters with Coconut Flour

Really tasty and quick fritters from corn and coconut flour. Excellent as breakfast with sour cream or yogurt, or as a starter with vegetables. Ingredients 1 cup of corn kernels – can be fresh, frozen or canned 1/4 cup coconut flour 1/4 cup thin cornmeal 2 eggs 2...
Filling Omelete with Quinoa

Greek Omelet

A delicious and special omelet that also looks impressive. The combination of the tomatoes, spinach and feta comes out just amazing. Although it takes 10 minutes longer than a regular omelet to make it, it’s worth every minute. Ingredients 3 eggs 1 tablespoon...
Avocado Eyes with Eggs

Avocado Boats with Tuna

A very nice and impressive dish for entertaining. Relatively easy preparation – peel, chop and mix, and you have a dish to serve to your guests. Because it’s a rich dish, you don’t have to serve it with bread either, so it’s healthier....
Hot Artichoke Salad from Tuscany

Hot Artichoke Salad from Tuscany

A recipe I got from a friend and it’s one of the best side dishes I’ve ever had. It can be served as a hot or cold salad or as an addition to the main course. Ingredients 1 chopped purple onion 1 can of chopped tomatoes (not crushed or tomato paste) 1 pack...
Eggs and Chickpeas Salad with Honey Vinaigrette Dressing

Eggs and Chickpeas Salad with Honey Vinaigrette Dressing

A really tasty salad. When you read the list of ingredients you don’t really get a “taste picture” like the salad that comes out. The result – a surprise. My husband and I love this salad, and because it contains eggs it can be the main course...
Zucchini Lasagna Without Pasta and Gluten-Free

Zucchini Lasagna Without Pasta and Gluten-Free

Vegetarian and dietetic lasagna without meat, gluten-free and pasta-free. The preparation is relatively long but worth the investment. With the same sauce, you can also make classic lasagna with meat and lasagna sheets. Ingredients 3 large zucchini 3 cups chopped...

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