All posts of Green Kitchen Stories

Pumpkin Pie Caramel Bars

And we arrrrre back! If you have read the updated version of our latest post, you know that last week was an exhaust...

The right thing to do

UPDATE: Two days ago we posted the recipe for these Lentil & Rice Patties wrapped in lettuce leaves and topped with...

Dal Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

One of the first recipes we posted on this blog, soon six years ago(!), was an Indian lentil soup. Looking back on that ...

Herby Picnic Potato Salad

A couple of weeks ago we had a little picnic for our baby boy with family and a few close friends. It was kind of a comb...

Shattered Blueberry Yogurt Cake

August will always and forever be the month when we wash blue stains off our clothes. It’s still early in the month an...

Warm Summer Fruit Salad + Video

If my 15 year younger self would see me know. I am sitting here writing a text that praises a warm fruit salad. Young Da...

Bowls Like These

With Isac waking up too early in the morning (night, really), my head has been in a constant haze these last days and th...

Beet & Greens Tart

When I tell my friends that I like to watch tv-series on my phone and movies on my computer – simultaneously – they ...

Nut, Quinoa & Chocolate Bars

This recipe picks up where our last post ended – it’s another great way to use nut butter. These bars are very s...

Homemade Nut & Seed Butter

For the past couple of years, nut butter has been the answer to most quick snacking situations in our home. Need a pick...

The No-Recipe Curry

Like most families, we have a few favourite dinner recipes that run on repeat like old records in our home. Our spinach ...

Coconut & Quinoa Pancakes

She had folded up her dress into an impromptu bag and filled it with sea shells in all sorts and sizes. “Dad, I...

Frittata Two Ways + New Zealand

After a month of winding roads, lush mountains, unbelievably turquoise lakes and sheep covered hills we are now in Melbo...

Christmas Spiced Parsnip Cake

The first time I heard about parsnip cake was only a month ago. I did a photo job for a Swedish bakery and they wanted ...

Chia & Raspberry Breakfast

It has become more and more obvious to me that Luise and I have lived these last years inside the eye of a whirlwind. Li...

The New Yoga Pot

I am guessing that most of you don’t remember one of our earliest posts? It was back when Luise still was pregnant...

Carrot, Tomato & Coconut Soup

And just like that, we are a family of four. Little Isac is one week old tonight. Luise gave birth to him in our home. H...

Blueberry & Blackberry Crumble

This is a recipe that has been going on repeat all summer in our family. It is such a simple and tasty (vegan and gluten...

Alligators and Butterflies

Oh this feeling. To finally hold something in your hand that you have worked so much with for the past year. Feeling the...

Chia & Açai Fresca

I hear a soft bounce and walk into Elsa’s room. She is lying on the floor right beside her bed, sleeping with the...

Rhubarb Upside-Down Yogurt Cake

Sun is shining and birds are chirping from a tree outside our window. It might just be the ultimate day for a summer cak...

Fresh Pea, Mint & Coconut Soup

Hey friends, we are only doing a quick update today to share a simple, yet scrumptious, pea recipe video that we just up...

Turmeric Breakfast Muffins

We have had an unusually intense relationship with these muffins for the past couple of months. Different varieties of t...

Spring Buckwheat Salad

Since Elsa was born, I have been proud of the fact that we live in a worn-down one bedroom apartment with her. I suppose...

Swedish Chocolate Biscuits

I am guessing that you want to get the recipe for these biscuits right away, photos of chocolate tend to have that effec...

Soups For a Good Cause

Apart from writing a cookbook, having your own food truck is probably on top of many food bloggers bucket list. Luise an...

Ginger & Turmeric Honey Bomb

We don’t have a fever thermometer in our house. It’s not necessary. Instead we measure the weirdness-level i...

Shakshuka on a Budget

This is the second post in our new series; Healthy Eating on a Budget. Your enthusiasm and encouragement in the first on...

Jam & Sunflower Thimbles

“I have a very high fever”, she mumbles with a raspy voice while trying to push a tear from her eye and at t...

Double Chocolate Rye Muffins

Days are short and cold and the sun rarely makes an appearance in Stockholm this time of the season. It’s an excuse go...

Mung Bean Stew on a Budget

Buying and eating healthy vegetarian whole foods is often a painfully expensive pleasure. Organic products, fresh fruit...

Raw Cashewgurt Bowl + News!

Writing a cookbook was a new and rather chaotic experience for us, in many different ways. Hopefully we have learned a...

Homemade Healthier Nutella

We got up early Saturday morning. Warmed milk in a sauce pan, mixed it with butter and maple syrup and poured it over so...

Gingerbread Shake

Just because we came up with a delicious 3-minute Gingerbread Shake that literally tastes like Christmas in glass, doesn...

Holiday Stuffed Pumpkin

I often feel a sting of jealousy at dinners during the holiday season. At first, I thought it was because as vegetarians...

Raw Key Lime Mousse + Marrakech

One question all journalists (classic case of blogger trying to sound famous) seem extra fond of, is where we find insp...

Pebre & Taleggio Rye Sandwich

Across the street from my first apartment in Stockholm was a French family owned deli. They had the most amazing cheeses...

Baked Carrot Cake Oatmeal

My grandpa was a farmer. Every morning he went up at 5 am to feed the animals and do all the farm duties. After he was d...

Creamy Sesame & Orange Smoothie

Yesterday I cleared out my desk, closed the computer, said goodbye to my colleagues and walked away from my job as a mag...

Chanterelle & Lentil Soup

Are we really ready for this? Leaving the summer behind and moving on to chillier weather, darker nights and warm stews?...