I wrote “unsweetened” because a lot of bloggers write “sugar-free” even if a recipe contains honey or maple syrup. Well, in this one there’s nothing – not even stevia! And honestly, I don’t miss any sweetener here.
As a former ballet teacher and an author myself, I’m quite demanding and nitpicky about cookbooks. I usually fill my books with little pieces of paper as a bookmark to signal really interesting recipes, and I assure you that this one has a ton of them.
If you look for “granola” on Google you’ll find billions of different recipes, but sometimes you just want one to use up some ingredients and declutter your pantry, right? Well, this recipe is exactly for this purpose. Mix and match what you want following a simple basic rule.
Do you ever find yourself with a fruit bowl full of too many apples so that you end up with those 5-6 of them too ripened and a bit bruised here and there? This is a good way to save them with no added sweeteners and it’s perfect as topping for the easiest porridge ever.
These jars are the most amazing thing I’ve ever done in my kitchen. Not only because they’re healthy and delicious but because I obtained in this way a different breakfast every day for 5 days. A dream become true for a lazy person who gets bored really quickly – yep, it’s me.
I love baking cakes, especially if multi-layers – but always as healthy as possible. And as a food blogger and cookbook author, I had to make my own wedding cake, do you agree?
I love herbs used in sweet recipes : they can completely transform a bland dessert in a refined and peculiar one.
Inspired by flavors and textures of North Europe, I developed this recipe for a fall dinner with guests. And it rocked!
Soups are my favorite meal when the weather starts to get cooler or when I need comfort food. This one is spicy and nourishing, perfect to please guests too.