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Vegan Wednesday #8

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Today without preface 😉

 Breakfast

After waking up and having a 10 minute meditation session, I had some nice breakfast: matcha chia pudding with blueberries. Although the pudding could’ve been creamier, I liked it even better than when I tried it last time (you can find my last chia pudding and some information about chia seeds here).

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Vegan Wednesday #6

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Good evening everyone 🙂

What’s a typical Wednesday like for me, besides taking pictures of my food and enjoying delicious vegan dishes?

Wednesday is the only day of the week when I Read the rest of this entry

Vitamin C Juice Bomb

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Today it’s all about juicing.

A freshly-squeezed juice is not only really delicious, but also very healthy. It gives you the possibility to take in a lot of vegetables and fruits that you would have trouble eating in one go. However, by juicing, you effectively lose total vitamins and minerals intake that you could’ve had, had you simply eaten it. One reason is that the peel isn’t in the juice, which is one of the healthiest parts. It is really important that you drink your fresh juice as quickly as possible. As soon as the fruit and veggies are Read the rest of this entry

Vegan Wednesday #5 – Special: Autumn recipe- Sweet Potato Pie

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Today it’s a special Vegan Wednesday with a seasonal vegan recipe: sweet potato pie.

Vegan Sweet Potato Pie

With this I would like to contribute to the big autumn pinterest board that Cara from the beautiful blog think.care.act. is going to put up. Thanks for collecting all the pictures 🙂

Recipe: Sweet Potato Pie with almond-biscuit pie crust:

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Chocolate-Chestnut-Hazelnut-Cake Pops

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Vegan Chocolate-Chestnut-Hazelnut-Cake Pops

Katharina from Frau von Blaubeer thought of a really cool autumn baking special! On each day of November a different blogger will introduce an autumn baking recipe (vegan, of course 🙂 ).

Katharina herself began the event with hazelnut cheese cupcakes with a cinnamon and chocolate ganache. You should definitely have a look, they look incredibly delicious!!! I’ll try this recipe, for sure.

Yesterday it was Lisa’s turn, from very classy. She made a quick autumn bread.

Well today, I get to bake 🙂 Since I love chestnuts, it had to be a recipe with chestnuts. That’s why I signed myself up with a chestnut cake. Surprisingly it presents itself in cake pop form, not as a cake 😉 I finally tried out making cake pops! You don’t need a cake pop maker or something special for this recipe.

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HAPPY HALLOWEEN-Pumpkin Spice-Pancakes

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Happy Halloweeeen, everyone!

On Halloween we, naturally, have very special pancakes 🙂

 Vegan HAPPY HALLOWEEN-Pumpkin Spice-Pancakes

And these pancakes would like to participate in Melis blog event who is celebrating her blogs first birthday. Congratulations ❤

First we need the recipe for the pumpkin spice syrup (you can also use this for other things, like a pumpkin spice latte):

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Avilia’s Recipe: Japanese Mochi with Peanut Butter Filling

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Avilia's Recipe: Japanese Mochi with Peanut Butter Filling Vegan

Have you tried Mochi before?

Mochi is a Japanese sweet which, when translated, means “rice cake”, though has little to do with cakes as we know them. It depends on the filling, but generally Mochi is vegan. In Japan they can be part of a savoury dish, for example in a soup, as well as sweet.

I personally have only tried the sweet version so far and this is why I would like to show you some sweet Mochi variations – starting with: Mochi with a peanut butter filling.

If you have never tried Mochi before, I really recommend you give it a go! You might need a little time getting used to because they’re really sticky, but maybe you will love them as much as I do 🙂

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