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Breakfast scones with poppy seeds

My kids love these scones for breakfast. I do to. Especially because you can grab one on the way out and know that you or your child will get enough roughage to start the day. I always have these in … Continue reading

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Chocolate macaroons

Macaroons became trendy a few years back. I think they are here to stay. For good reasons. Macaroons are delectable. I am posting this  recipe to celebrate the fact that I have passed 30.000 views on my little food blog . Enjoy Special Equipment Pastry … Continue reading

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Mexican chocolate muffins

I got the idea for these muffins last night after dinner. I then watched the movie “Inception“, which is pretty thought-provoking and impressive. Crazy wild special effects. Well, the idea of a naturally sweetened chocolate muffin with a hint of … Continue reading

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Double apple cinnamon muffins

  I believe we can all benefit from cutting down our intake of sugar. I splurge on weekends and hold back on sugar during the week. I still like something sweet with my afternoon tea, though. So I created these low … Continue reading

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Wheat germ muffins with fruity center

These low fat muffins are packed with nutrients and they are both light and tasty. Great for a weekday afternoon treat or as breakfast on the run.  Nikki, this one is for you! Special equipment Muffin pan or muffin cups 1 cup / 240 … Continue reading

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Sneaky cookie scones

The two little ones keep me creative. One stays clear of protein, the other has a thing with veggies. So what’s a mom to do? Well, they love sweets (who doesn’t?!), but their bodies really don’t need much sugar. However, they do need … Continue reading

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Feel Good Banana Bread

 If you ever have brown spotted bananas in your kitchen, it doesn’t take much effort to turn them into this:                               2 cups / 5 dl flour  3/4 cup / 180 ml ground or chopped nuts 1 tsp baking soda  1 tsp baking … Continue reading

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Afghan Naan bread

This is a very versatile bread. The yoghurt gives it a great flavor. You can use it for soup, salads and more. It doesn’t require a lot of work, but you need to start early, if you plan to have … Continue reading

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Pinwheel cookies

Soon it is the season for sharing and sweet treats. So I will make an exception and include these pinwheel cookies, because they are pretty, festive and delicious. I found the recipe online in Politiken, a Danish newspaper. Vanilla dough 4.5 oz / 125 g butter, salted … Continue reading

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