Gingerbread cookies, soft and sugar free

Gingerbread cookies, soft and sugar free

Plump, soft gingerbread cookies that you can eat right out of the oven :-) Sweet without sugar, perfect for Christmas or an autumn dessert, especially for children. Easy to prepare and quick to bake. Gingerbread lovers should make them from a double amount of ingredients :-)
Pumpkin millet fritters, gluten free

Pumpkin millet fritters, gluten free

It's a high season for pumpkin so I add it wherever possible. In this recipe pumpkin appears in a slightly sweet version, with valuable and very nutritious millet. Also, pumpkin and millet both strengthen the body's immunity. If you don't like the taste of pumpkin, I have good news - you don't really feel it in these fritters, that's why it's a good idea for smuggling the benefits of this vegetable into the diet :-)
Coconut-raspberry birthday cake / torte, sugar and gluten free

Coconut-raspberry birthday cake / torte, sugar and gluten free

for first and any other birthday

I made this raspberry-coconut birthday cake for the third year of my daughter. It turned out to be a delicious, light-tasting cake without sugar, perfect without soaking. The recipe for this cake will appeal to anyone who likes a slightly healthier alternative to birthday sweets.
Porridge with oatmeal and semolina

Porridge with oatmeal and semolina

sweetened with dried fruit

Oatmeal and semolina, cooked in milk, with dried fruit is our favorite recipe for breakfast. We eat it almost every day, alone or varied with additions like desiccated coconut, expanded amaranth, banana, sesame, crushed nuts.


Sweet potato carrot soup

Sweet potato carrot soup

with ginger

Sweet potato and carrot cream soup for a healthy, light, warming up and most importantly a quick dinner to prepare :-) I appreciate this recipe for not having to stand in the kitchen too long for a delicious and filling dish that tastes the whole family.
Pumpkin and apple oat muffins

Pumpkin and apple oat muffins

Pumpkin porridge from the oven - slightly sweet, in the form of soft and moist muffins. These easy and quick to make muffins provide energy for a long time, they also strengthen the body's immunity. Cupcakes are nutritious, satisfying hunger for a long time and addictive ;-)
Pumpkin puree

Pumpkin puree

Pumpkin - tasty vegetable with many health properties, in addition it is cheap in the season. What more could you want? If you do not like the taste of pumpkin in soups or dinner dishes, you can smuggle it in a sweet version - in pies, cakes, cookies, muffins or porridge. The pumpkin puree from the recipe can be used for a variety of dishes.
Carrot and oat fritters

Carrot and oat fritters

sweet and baked

Baked, oat fritters with carrots are a great health bomb with only four ingredients. These fritters are filling, nutritious, slightly moist and sweet, although without sugar. They are great as breakfast, dinner or snack - not only at home, but also to take away.
Coconut milk

Coconut milk

how to make plant milk at home

How to make homemade coconut milk? It is very simple. To make coconut milk at home you only need two ingredients - desiccated coconut (not containing sulfur dioxide) and water. In relation to coconut milk from cans or cartons, homemade one is cheaper and without strange additives in the ingredients. And the way it tastes... :-)
Oatmeal muffins with blueberries

Oatmeal muffins with blueberries

baked fruit porridge

An alternative to classic porridge, great for BLW. These oatmeal muffins with fruit are very simple to make and the effect is delicious, very nutritious and healthy. Muffins are moist inside, soft, firm and full of fruit. You can use other fruits (fresh or frozen), for example raspberries or strawberries.
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