A dessert inspired on the good old Snickers (a.k.a. Reeses) bar. I paleo-fied the recipe by using avocado’s, 100% cocoa, hazelnuts, coconut oil, honey and a pinch of mineral rich sea salt.
We are on the edge of Christmas and I look so much forward to it! What is nicer than a spending a few days with those I love most, to cook together and to great annoyance of my companion sing Georgies “Last Christmas” all day long in a very bad Christmas sweater? Well, all of that combined with a glass of mulled wine perhaps?
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This week I, I was in the supermarket when I couldn’t resist the Saint Nicholas (a traditional children’s festivity similar to Christmas) candy shelf. Especially the marzipan was a huge trigger for my salivary glands. Drooling I let one after the another marzipan piglet, fries and banana go through my hands. I quickly put the piglet back on the shelf when an employee saw me smelling the package like an idiot. Awkward!
Perfectly following the ‘clean eating’ principles, this dinner dish is made from fresh ingredients and only contains natural sugars and slow carbohydrates. Continue reading to discover more about the benefits of carrots and sweet potato for your skin, bowel and energy level!
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My best stollen ever: totally gluten, lactose, yeast and processed sugar free, with a thick, sticky marzipan stuffing.
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Main course, vegetarian, gluten free, only natural sugars, low lactose, easy to digest goat cheese, healthy, but above all damn tasty!