These dairy and milk free cookies are incredibly easy to make. With only a few ingredients, they are quick to whip together. You can swap the chocolate for dried fruit for variation.
Cooking time: 40 minutes, including a 30 minutes tea break. Read the rest of the recipe…
Using only 3 ingredients make these cookies extremely easy to bake. They are also light and the lemon peel gives a real freshness. Lemon peel can be swapped for cinnamon, cardamon or dried fruit. For those avoiding dairy products and gluten these cookies are good too.
Cooking time: 40 minutes, including a 30 minutes break. Read the rest of the recipe…
Biscuits do not have to be loaded with sugar and unhealthy fat. They can taste good anyway. They are quite rich in fiber and are spiced with a big measure of ginger. They are not very sweet, so if you have a sweet tooth you can add a teaspoon of syrup or honey. If you don’t like ginger you can reduce the amount, or leave it out all together. If you love ginger, use fresh, it’s much nicer than dried. Raisins can be swapped for any other dried fruit. The biscuits are great energisers if you are going for a hike.
Cooking time: 30 minutes, including a paus.
Chia seeds contain both protein and omega-3 and are often called a “superfood”. When soaked they turn into a jelly which means you can cook food according to the raw food principle. Without heating up the food. It is eaten cold and good as a summer porridge. They don’t taste much so adding something flavourful is good. The porridge can also be made with for example almond milk instead of water. If you are a vegan, swap the honey for agave syrup.
Coconut contains a lot of fat, so it’s unnessesary to add extra fat to the cakes. These coconut cakes can be done without adding any extra fat and with just a little bit of sweetening. With lemon peel they taste fresh and delicious. Don’t bake them too long, or they may get dry. If you want to add fat, use coconut oil. 1 or 2 tbsp is enough.
Cooking time: 25 minutes, including a tea break.
One of these pancakes will fill you up. Like many LCHF recipes it is low in carbohydrates and high in fat, and also very filling. The coconut flakes gives it a nice texture and the vanilla essence a nice flavour. If vanilla essence is hard to find, use grated vanilla stick or vanilla sugar instead.
The pancake works both as a luxury breakfast, a large snack or as a dinner. Read the rest of the recipe…