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Dinosaurs, Burgers and Tattoos

This green burger is a very popular recipe from our Little Green Kitchen book. It has a fun dinosaur skin texture and s...

Three Great Summer Spreads

We created these crisp bread topping recipes for a celebration last week and thought you might enjoy them too. A Swedish...

Tahini & Rye Cookies

We are obsessed with tahini so when we heard of a cookie that combined tahini with rye flour and chocolate, we knew it h...

Weekday Cauliflower Dal

We had a little vote on instagram the other day, asking which recipe we should post on here next. I was absolutely conv...

Danish Summer Tacos

Here is an unconventional but yet great taco recipe that we want you to try. It includes making tortillas from grat...

Green Pancakes – Three Ways

We love green pancakes (aka spinach crêpes) in our family and are constantly exploring more ways to incorporate them in...

Spring Picnic Bread

Picnic season is finally upon us and we have been kicking it off with two new favorite things. The first one is a b...

One Soup – Three Ways

I feel extra enthusiastic about this post partly because I think we are on to something good here. But also because thi...

Roasted Veggie Grain Platter

Hi, David here. I’ll get to the recipe soon but first I just wanted to share a little scene from last night. I...

Hippie Pizza + video

Two things spinned in my head when I woke up Wednesday morning. Both were related to pizza. I had fallen asleep while wa...

Bad Jokes and Good Spreads

After having spent 30 minutes listening to my soon eight-year-old daughter telling a joke, I can tell you with 100% ...

Vegan Love Shakes!

We usually don’t do a big thing of Valentine’s Day so I’m not sure what happened here. Maybe it was b...

Green Vegan Chickpea Pancakes

We hardly need to mention that we love pancakes in our family, do we? A quick look through our insta feeds and cookbooks...

GKS Meal Prepping

It’s a new year and instead of all the usual resolutions, cleanses and promises we have simply decided that 2018 ...

Black Bean Brownie Bites

The moment I placed these brownies in the oven, I started whining like a disgruntled teenager because Luise had persu...

Grandma’s Danish Apple Cake

I know what you are thinking. Where is the cake and what is that red sauce? In most other countries this would be call...

Veggie Tray Extra Everything

We’ve got a small, square shaped wooden table with three chairs + a highchair in our kitchen. I bought the table...

Savory Yogurt Bowl + London

We love yogurt in our family*. The unsweetened, thick, creamy and tangy kind. We enjoy yogurt for breakfast (with fru...

Green Pea Falafel Bowl

One of the first recipes we posted on the blog was baked herb & pistachio falafels. That was back in the days when w...

Roasted Rainbow Root Tangles

Apart from discussing important topics like if it’s worth climbing a mountain of bureaucracy to change baby Gab...

3 Favorite Quick Treats

Our daughter’s school teacher sent along a pale blue little text book for her to draw and write in during our ...

Mint Chocolate Power Bars

By placing two pillows under my left elbow, I can hold sleeping baby Gabriel with one arm and type this text on the l...

Vegan Polpette

Hey friends! We’re happy to be back with a new post after some away-time. The reason for our absence is that we h...

Apple & Cinnamon Tray Cake

It’s not like I don’t appreciate a good apple cake. And I still think David is an okay guy. But paired toge...

Butternut, Kale & Feta Quiche

Last weekend we went to a crayfish potluck party in a friend’s garden. Vegetarians at a crayfish party might soun...

Beet & Berry Yoats + Big Love

A few years ago we had a section on this blog called Big Love where we shared links and things that inspired us at the ...

Elsa’s Berry Cupcakes

After quite a few years of cooking and developing recipes, we have managed to build up a little bit of confidence and do...

Epic Summer Salad

Ever since Isac learnt how to walk and talk, he and his sister have become like two asteroids, constantly spinning aro...

Summer Wraps and Bumps

Before we get all summery with today’s little picnic recipe, we wanted to share a couple of things. #1. This ...

Summer Aubergine Rolls

Hi friends, today we are sharing a dinner recipe that we prepared over the weekend. Some of you might recognize these a...

Italian Cheesecake Jars

I asked Luise if this was too simple? It’s almost not a recipe, just a quick thing we have been making when we cra...

Savoury Buckwheat Granola

Say hello to your salad’s new best friend. This jar of mustardy granola has become a total game-changer in our ki...

Green Kitchen Smoothies

A pre-copy of our newest book, Green Kitchen Smoothies has landed in our kitchen and we are giddy as kids about it (and...

Spring Celebration Salad

There is one thing you have to understand about living in the northern regions of Europe. The darkness during the winter...

Mushroom Soup & Avocado Toast

Congratulations! If you are reading this you must have managed to enter our site without running into any database error...

Fifty Shades of Greens

Many of our recipes are well talked through and planned between the two of us. We write shopping lists, buy enough ...

Vegetable flatbreads + video

These colorful flatbreads are quick to make, have only 3 ingredients (well kind of, if you are not counting salt or p...

Vegetarian Bouillabaisse

We did a little survey on instagram a few days ago where we asked what type of recipes you would like to see more of he...

The Mother of all Veggie Bowls

For a long time, it felt like we could just follow our own path on this blog and in our kitchen. But it’s becomin...

Green Christmas 2015

Answering questions about vegetarian Christmas food has almost become a December tradition for us. It seems like a lot ...

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...

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?...

A Wild Berry Tart

I have always felt that August is the awesomest of all months. It’s not because it’s my birthday month (well...

Grilled Beet Burgers

A while back someone asked me if I missed eating meat. All fellow vegetarians probably recognize this question. It seems...

Thin Oat and Ginger Crisps

Today we drove a car on steep mountain roads surrounded by the greenest trees and bluest skies. With music on our radio ...

Fat Almond Pancake

“I don’t want to eat rocket salad. Actually, I don’t think it is vegetarian.” Elsa says to me, ...

The Perfect Picnic Pie

There is a small organic food store a few blocks from where we live. Apart from always having really nice fresh herbs an...

Banana Granola

On page 113 in our book we have written a story about the old wooden dinner table in our living room. We rarely eat on i...

Veggie Tower

We weren’t sure if we should call this a Veggie Tower or an Upside-Down Beet Salad. Both names are rather striking...

Chickpea Za’atar Salad

Reading through your comments on our latest post and giveaway gave us serious goose bumps. We started this blog without ...

Immune Boosting Turmeric Lassi

We are writing this from a small cabin in Mexico. Me, David and Elsa are on a trip together. Just like two years ago, bu...

Raw Buckwheat Porridge De Luxe

We did it again … survived another winter in Sweden! Okay, I realize that we are only in the beginning of February...

Perfect Lemon & Coconut Bars

I am sorry. I know it’s only Monday. And you are probably at work, trying to focus on numbers, stats, calculations...

Korean Kimchi Wraps

A few days before Christmas, David’s uncle invited the whole family for a pre-Christmas dinner. The thing is that ...

Green Breakfast Bowl

I had planned to start the year with a post about cleansing. But since I just shoved down two of David’s Almond Bu...

Warm Spicy Apple & Carrot Drink

There is a tiny shop just a few minutes from our apartment that we – just for fun – always have fantasized about ow...

Sesame Super Bars

Last Friday we received a full set of printouts of our book in the mailbox. It’s the first time that we see all t...

Millet & Pumpkin Winter Salad

We had written a long and admonishing post about exercise here. About how we can’t fool ourselves that we live hea...

Spinach & Kale Soup

We are writing this from a small apartment in Copenhagen that we have borrowed from a friend during the weekend. I never...

Warm Pumpkin & Coconut Muffins

We have an old couch in our living room that both Luise and I loathe. Once upon a time it was all white and pretty, but...

Aubergine & Lemongrass Curry

About two years ago we left Sweden to travel the world with Elsa. She was only six months old at the time, and we had no...

Fermented Fruit Kvass

You are looking at a close-up photo of a 1-day old kvass. I’m guessing that 99% of you are thinking: “Errh, ...

Blueberry, Lemon & Almond Cake

Hooray, the Swedish forests are down with the blues again! You can literally just take three steps from the porch of our...

Soba Noodle & Herb Tofu Salad

I think we can officially call it summer now. Last week we celebrated midsummer with our friends. We all had a blast, El...

Rye, Rhubarb & Beer Porridge

I woke up early this morning with her sitting next to me. She looked at me with her adoring big brown eyes and said: ...

Chestnut & Mushroom Tart

It has been a while since we listed blogs, recipes and other stuff that has inspired us throughout the month. So we thou...

Cardamom & Sunflower Muffins

It’s Thursday morning and Elsa and I are packing our bag, we are flying to Barcelona in a couple of hours. Correct...

Not Just an Egg Salad

Whenever we visit Luise’s family in Denmark we also eat smørrebrød. Have you heard of it before? It’s a tr...

Decadent Beet & Chocolate Cake

Luise is without doubt the more talented kitchen wizard of us two. She constantly surprises me with delicious and creati...

Apricot & Grapefruit Toffee

As you read this we’ll be on a plane to Copenhagen. We are spending the weekend there with a whole bunch of family...

Nut Milk + Big Love February

We had another post planned for this weekend but it didn’t turn out as we expected. Instead we have compiled a new...

Beet Bourguignon

If you google the french dish Bœf B-o-u-r-g-u-i-g-n-o-n (phew) you will see Julia Child’s classic recipe everywhe...

Bean, Tahini & Chestnut Salad

Amy Winehouse is playing on the stereo. Elsa is dancing around my legs. Luise is furiously cleaning and refurnishing one...

Hemp Protein Bars

We try to always see things from the bright side even though we all have setbacks and things troubling us every now and ...

Italian Potato Salad

Hey friends, we are writing this from an apartment in Barcelona. It will only be a short post today since we are on our ...

Walnut & Rye Sourdough Bread

Here is an idea. If you haven’t got any kids yet and you aren’t sure if you are ready to take care of a pet,...

Big Love … December

With only 1 day left of december and 2011 we wanted to sneak in a new list with things that has inspired us this month. ...

Blueberry Christmas Glögg

Today’s story is really easy to tell but not as easy to write down (and in a few seconds you’ll understand w...

Moroccan Vegetable Tagine

I have no idea how we have managed to keep this dish from you guys for so long. I have been using the same recipe for ye...

Flower Power Cake

There is a special place in Stockholm where we go when we want to get closer to nature, and it is incredibly beautiful t...

Miso Noodle Soup

Elsa started preschool last week. It was a big step for her, but probably an even bigger for us. We have been very allow...

Zucchini Cupcakes

Before we let you in on the secret how to make these insanely delicious zucchini spelt cupcakes, I believe I have to th...

Our Summer In a Salad

Since we spent so many months traveling, this past winter, we agreed to stay in Sweden and Denmark this summer. It turne...

Tomato & Chanterelle Rye Tart

When I became a vegetarian, by the age of fifteen, it was a bit of a challenge for my family. Even though they have alwa...
Herb & Pistachio Falafels

Herb & Pistachio Falafel

Vegetarians don’t have hot dogs to turn to when they crave fast food. We have falafel in bread. Deep fried chickpe...

Swedish Midsummer Celebrations

Have you ever seen a group of people jumping like frogs around a leaf covered pole? You have?! Then you must have been v...

Gluten Free Buns

Baking gluten free bread can be quite challenging. The ingredient list is often so long (and expensive!) that I 9 times ...

Pretty Purple Picnic Wraps

You want to know a funny thing about Swedish people? We always talk about the weather. Always. Come rain or come shine, ...

Broccoli Pesto

If I say pesto you say … broccoli?! No, I didn’t think so. Like most people we are normally pretty conservat...

Peanut Butter Spelt Cookies

Cookies are like tennis to me. Does that sound strange to you? As you read this Luise and Elsa are in Denmark visiting ...

Green Tea Infused Sunroot Soup

Have you met the Jerusalem artichoke (also known as sunchoke or sunroot) before? It may look like a small dirty potato t...

Raw Hazelnut & Chai Brownies

After six months of traveling around the world, our life has now finally settled back to normal. And that is when we rea...

Home

And so it is, that six months of travels have finally come to an end. We are packing our bags for the last time and will...

Leaf Love

Red, white, black or green. Steaming hot or ice cold. Served in cups, pots or glasses. With milk, honey, lemon or sugar...

Happy Birthday Elsa!

Our little baby turns 1 today, so this text is to her. Maybe in a couple of years, she can go back and read this (if our...

Vietnamese Banana Blossom Salad

We are very excited to be back on the blog again. It is actually something we have been missing a lot. And at the same t...

Green Christmas 2010

With Christmas just around the corner we realize that a lot of people probably are asking themselves how to make their c...

Not Your Traditional Pepparkaka

On our way to Asia we stopped a couple of days in Sweden to visit my family. Elsa is the first grand child in the family...

Moroccan Quinoa Salad

The thanksgiving weekend is over. It was our first thanksgiving ever and we did what all people in America do. Ate way t...

Crabapple Crumble Pie

Hi, it’s David. I have a confession to make. I don’t like apple pie and I have never liked it. I apologize ...

Avocado Soup & Santa Cruz

We started Green Kitchen Stories to challenge ourselves to keep trying out new nutritious recipes. We hoped that our re...

Fig & Walnut Spaghetti

We have moved a couple of blocks. It turned out that living with a lousy kitchen was too hard for us. So now we are spen...

Ocean Beach Picnic

Who would have known that you can experience so much by concentrating on doing nothing at all. We could tell you a milli...

Pumpkin Seed Cakes

We have several reasons to celebrate today. Number one. We started Green Kitchen Stories for exactly one year ago! It ha...

Involtini di Melanzane

In just a couple of days Green Kitchen Stories turns 1 year. During this year we have made 75 posts, and we must say tha...

South Indian Pickled Eggplant

Autumn is here. It’s raining more frequently and the days are quickly becoming darker. Not that we care – we onl...

Quinoa Porridge with Nettles

Elsa and I spent almost all of August in Denmark. We lived in my mom’s house north of Copenhagen and enjoyed most ...

Bean Brownies

Yes, you read it right, we used beans and brownies in the same headline. And we don’t mean cacao beans or coffee b...

Birthday Blueberries

Today is my birthday. I turn 29. And since Luise and Elsa still are in Denmark I didn’t really feel like baking my...

Mid-August Crayfish Party

This past weekend I went out to my friends summer cottage, where they held a traditional Swedish Crayfish Party. DonR...

White Gazpacho

Remember what we wrote about our gazpacho obsession this summer? Here is another favorite. This version has a completely...

Kañiwa & Coconut Pancakes

It’s done. We have booked our plane tickets to USA, we leave two months from now. It feels great knowing for sure ...

Raw Chocolate Shake

I’m in love, yes with David and yes with baby Elsa, I’ve always been in love with avocado, I love that we ha...

Watermelon Gazpacho

As much as we love to spend time in the kitchen, this time of the year we prefer to stay outside. So when we are inside,...

A Passionate Summer Drink

Hello. We are home from Italy. It was a great trip! Way too much gelato though, we blame it on the hot weather and the f...

The First Meal

Elsa had her first meal of solid food a couple of days ago! Luise made her potato mash with a splash of oil and water. I...

Macedonia di Frutta

Ciao, we are writing this post under the Tuscan sun. We have olive trees on the left side of our house, grape plants on ...

Rustic Potato Pizza

Potato pizza has a special place in my heart. This simple rustic pizza made with just a few basic ingredients (no tomato...

Blueberry & Apricot Super Salad

These last weekends we have been having not only one Welcome-To-The-World Picnic for Elsa, but two! The first in Copenha...

Frozen Pink Cheesecake

Alright, let’s make this official. We have been dreaming, talking, tweeting and planning this. But let us once and...

Early Summer Vegetable Wok

These weeks in May happen to be our absolute favorite weeks of the year. Not only because of sunshine, picnics, barbecue...

Rhubarb & Strawberry Lemonade

Luise and Elsa are visiting friends and family in Denmark, so I’m all alone this week. Being without my girls of c...

Lemon Spelt Bread

We think the layout of our blog looks pretty neat, although it can be a bit hard to get a quick idea of how many recipes...

Green Sushi Salad

This is what happened one day when we felt like making our own vegetarian sushi but were too lazy to go through the who...

Coconut Coffee Shake

Up here in northern Europe we actually have a couple of bright and sunny months (even though we spend most of the year i...

Strawberry Pancake Cake

Luise turned 25 this weekend (happy birthday!!!) and she had requested a homemade birthday cake. During our time togethe...

Lemon Potato & Edamame Salad

In the end of May we are going to Denmark to have a welcome-to-the-world picnic for Elsa. We have invited friends and fa...

Sticky Nut Bars

During this first month of parenthood we have learned that being parents is not only about taking care of Elsa, it is al...

Lemon Tart

If you’ve been reading this blog before you probably know that we try to cook and bake with a healthier twist. But...

Very Green Juice

I think we have been blogging for about six months now and we still haven’t been able to come up with a decent pre...

Spinach Muffins

Hi there. We are back. After one week of snuggling/adoring/talking/singing/kissing/feeding/diaper-changing little Elsa w...

Citrus Salad

I didn’t have any food cravings during the first eight months of my pregnancy (David has had constant liquorice cr...

Cauliflower Leek Soup

Waiting. That is what it is all about right now. Luise only has a couple of days left of her pregnancy and we are in som...

Beetroot Burgers

As soon as spring arrives we will take a trip to our country house, fire up the barbecue and make some veggie burgers (w...

Mushroom & Hazelnut Loaf

We all need a good loaf recipe. Especially in the winter when you are starting to get tired of all those soups, stews an...

Coconut Macaroons

Happy Valentines Day! Here is an old favorite recipe for coconut macaroons that we have tweaked a bit, using chocolate a...

Beetroot Juice

Remember my post about broccoli juice? This beetroot juice is another favorite! Though I must admit that I’ve lear...

No-Rice Risotto with Chard

Every other friday we get a box of organic fruit and vegetables delivered to our door. It feels like Christmas when the ...

Almond Meringue Cakes

There’s a lot going on in our home right now. With only three weeks left of her pregnancy Luise is wagging around ...

Gluten Free Muesli

We are making our own muesli or granola once a month. The recipe basically stays the same but we try to change one or tw...

Yoga Pot

This past weekend I was attending a 2-day-pregnant-yoga-course at Atmajyoti yoga school in Stockholm. It was wonderful. ...

Gluten Free Nut Crackers

Some recipes work out just the way you plan them straight from the start. Like our fruit rolls, they might look advanced...

Goat Cheese & Thyme Dip

Here is a goat cheese dip that we made for our Gluten Free Nut Crackers. Since the crackers are quite sweet we added chi...

Fresh Summer Rolls

I think a lot of people can agree that fresh summer (or spring) rolls is one of those dishes that you gladly order in a ...

Magic Mousse

Our latest experiment was a chocolate mousse. Not your everyday heavy cream-chocolate-egg-and-butter kind of mousse. Th...

Mango & Walnut Salad

One of the most annoying questions that you come across as a vegetarian is: “What can you eat except from salad?&#...

Fruit Rolls

One of the things that we have been talking about trying since we started this blog is Fruit Rolls. You know those stick...

Winter Buckwheat Porridge

We celebrated this Christmas holiday with David’s mother. Every morning she made this amazing Buckwheat porridge f...

Espresso & Oat Truffles

We have been really obsessed with different kind of sweets and truffles this last month before Christmas. We’ll pr...

Saffron Bulgur With Vegetables

In our search for the best vegetarian christmas recipes we have come to a family classic. The first vegetarian christma...

Rose Hip Christmas Truffles

When I was a child my grandfather sprinkled Rose Hip powder over his yoghurt to treat hip osteoarthritis. Rose hips are ...

Warm Christmas Glogg

The four Sundays before Christmas Eve everybody in Sweden and Denmark celebrates Advent. We eat saffron buns called Lus...

Orange & Carrot Soup

We must have had some kind of carrot obsession lately. Without thinking about it we’ve used carrots in three diffe...

A “Healthier” Carrot Cake

We both love carrot cake. Who doesn’t. It’s a sweet tasting cake with creamy frosting and – best of all ...

Superfruit Smoothie

Her er opskriften på Superfruit Smoothie som vi lavede til vores sommerhus-familie-brunch i weekenden. Superfruit Smoot...

The Sunday Carrot Bread

We made these buns Sunday morning and had them for breakfast with smoothie and boiled eggs. They are packed with nutriti...

Black Quinoa & Kale Salad

So, a couple of days ago we wrote about our box of organic treats. We tried a salad recipe that came along but switched ...

Green Pea Soup

Whenever we eat out this time of the year, soup always seems suitable. The other day we were at one of our favorite cafe...

Chili & Chocolate Truffles

This is Luise’s favorite version of our Choco-Almond Truffles. Instead of using almonds she added some chili powde...

Basil & Walnut Pesto

Luise and I met in Rome in Italy. Each date we had i took her to a new restaurant, constantly trying to impress her. It ...

Broccoli Juice

We don’t have that many fancy kitchen appliances, mainly because we can’t fit anything more into our small kitchen. ...

Chestnut Spelt Bread

This beautiful brown bread is made with spelt flour and the very nutritious chestnut flour, it has a very unique taste, ...

Crispy Red Cabbage Salad

Red cabbage is a genuine Christmas ingredient in Denmark and Sweden. Often it’s served cooked with sugar. My mom and m...

Pumpkin Pasta

This is an Italian recipe that Luise’s relatives always makes this time of the year. The recipe has been kept a se...

Spelt & Muesli Scones

We tried a healthier version of scones for our country house brunch. The result was a success! Scones are great because...

Superfruit Smoothie

Here is the recipe for the Superfruit Smoothie that we made for the country house brunch this past weekend. Superfruit S...

Blackberry & Blueberry Muffins

This weekend we’ve been refurnishing the living room. We celebrated the result with muffins made on almond flour. ...

Christmas Granola

Our Holiday always starts with Granola, homemade of course! We mix a little bit of everything into it. We tried it the ...

Coconut Fruit Sticks

Extremely quick and easy dessert. Choose your favourite fruits, use what you already have or try these delicious ones....

Indian Lentil Soup

Tuesday night we made lentil soup. Being a vegetarian for 15 years now I must have tried at least a thousand (probably m...

Classic Chocolate Cake

Sunday we tried a no flour, no butter chocolate cake that was sweetened with dates instead of sugar. It’s amazing ...