Six months ago, the only word in the title I would find appealing would be muffins. I’ve never been much for the healthy part of life, breakfast is not really my thing, I didn’t eat bananas (or any other fruit for that matter) and well, oats are oats. But something changed in the beginning of summer when I started to play around with my meals to find ones I really enjoyed, even in the morning (I am not a morning person, never been, will probably never be). So yesterday when I found this recipe, I didn’t hesitate to try it. And as the result turned out to be delicious, I didn’t hesitate to share it either.
Ingredients (12 muffins)
- 3 ripe bananas
- 3/4 dl oil (I used rapeseed oil)
- 3 tbsp honey
- 2 eggs
- 0,5 tsp cinnamon
- 1 tsp vanilla sugar (is that the right word, anyone?)
- 1 tsp baking soda
- A pinch of salt
- 1 dl milk
- 3 dl flour (I used wheat, recipe says graham)
- 1 dl oats
- Optional: berries, chocolate, granola, seeds, whatever you want to basically.
- Heat up the oven to 175° C.
- Peal and mash the bananas.
- Mix oil, honey and eggs in a bowl until completely mixed.
- Add bananas, cinnamon, vanilla sugar, baking soda and salt into the mixture. Mix.
- Add flour, milk and oats and mix it all carefully.
- If you want to, add berries, granola, seeds etc.
- Divide the mixture into muffin moulds and bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes.
Original recipe here.
Stay original, gorgeous! xoxo
A few PS’s as always: I didn’t plan on making a post about these when making them, therefore they look kind of… well… not very nice. But they taste the opposite. And also, my english is kind of off today, I can’t really find the words I seek. I hope the post is ok, hehe.
Do you want to achieve that tropical abroad feeling in only two minutes, using only two groceries? In that case you’ve come to the right place! This slush on coconut milk is a new favourite of mine. It’s perfect for when you just crave something cold and fresh, and don’t want to spend fiftyeleven hours on making this something. I hope you enjoy!
- 1 dl coconut milk (I’m using Alpro Coconut Milk)
- Enough ice to make it slushy
- OPTIONAL: Coconut chips to top it off (recommended)
Amounts are per serving (standard glass).
Pour milk and ice into the blender, mix, serve!
Stay original, gorgeous! xoxo
June, July and August: the months of summer. The time to spend hours at the beach, stay up all night and drink lots of cold beverages… Such as this banana milkshake! It’s healthy, easy to make and only consists of four ingredients. Could it get better?
- 1 banana
- 1 hand full of frozen mango
- 1 dl coconut milk
- 1,5 dl ice
Amounts are per serving.
- Measuring cup of some sort (not necessary, but helps keep the proportions)
Put all ingredients in the blender. Mix. Enjoy!
Stay original gorgeous! xoxo
“Super easy, crispy cookies with a lovely taste of Nutella”. That’s how Hembakat (a Swedish baking magazine) describes their Nutella cookies, and I don’t have any objections. Made in twenty minutes with only five ingredients these cookies sure are a treat. So today, I’m sharing the recipe with you guys!
Gives 24 cookies (but I probably made them too big so I only got 15)
1 egg, 1 dl white sugar, 2 dl Nutella, 2 dl wheat flour, 1/2 tsp baking soda
Preheat the oven to 175°C. Mix egg and sugar. Add Nutella and stir until the mixture is smooth. Add flour and baking soda to the mixture and work to a dough. Roll into approximately 24 (or 15, you know, less is more) balls. Flatten them lightly and place them on a baking tray with a baking sheet on it. Bake the cookies in the middle of the oven for 10-12 minutes. Leave to cold on an oven rack.
Hope you enjoy and don’t forget to stay orginal gorgeous! xoxo
Credit for the recipe goes to Hembakat.
A yoghurt bowl is ideal for early mornings since you can fix it the day before and then just leave it in the fridge overnight. It’s also quick and easy to make, healthy and tastes delicious. Below you’ll find my three favourite yoghurt bowls, all possible to make real quick!
1. Dark chocolate, Kellogg’s Special K cereal & frozen raspberries.
2. Nectarines, bananas & coconut flakes.
3. Raspberries, sunflower seeds, coconut flakes & honey.