• VegMe – Vegan, healthy & sustainable nachos for the win!

    [AD] You might have heard that eating more plant-based and less meat is good for your health, but did you know that it’s also amazing for the planet and the animals? Or maybe you’re already on the veggie train but your boyfriend or friends are really skeptical to eat a whole meal without meat because they think that they will suffer from protein deficiency? Let’s just say we have experienced all the scenarios and the solution to this problem has arrived! We have teamed up with VegMe to show you how to make the most delicious plant-based meals which are both filling, nourishing, juicy and sustainable. VegMe is originally from Sweden made…

  • How to make homemade nut butter

    Nut butter may be close to the best snack on the planet. It is great to have on top of smoothies or oat porridge and also tastes really great together with banana or dates. It is certainly an important hack during plastic-free February, as we can buy them in bulk and store them in glass containers.  Nut butter can be made from any type of nut really, all you need is a food processor or a really strong blender. Due to the environmental issues related to overconsumption of nuts such as almonds, we recommend that you vary your choice of nuts. Nuts are a great source of proteins and healthy fats, and…

  • Caramel granola & super-green power smoothie

    When considering having a plastic-free week or month, food is definitely one of the main challenges. Therefore, we thought we would share a breakfast recipe that is plant-based, full of nutrients, easy to make, and where all the ingredients should be available without plastic wrapping (if you go to the right places of course!). Caramel granola We always make these kinds of granolas without any proper measurement of the ingredients, and you should feel free to adjust and add more of what you like. Ingredients Coconut flakes (can be bought in paper bag or glass container in bulk shops) Gluten-free oats Sunflower seeds Pumpkin seeds Flax seeds Coconut oil (1-2…

  • Vegan & gluten free gingerbread cookies

    What’s more Christmasy than gingerbread cookies? Imagine making the cookies with all natural, gluten free and plant based ingredients? We finally found a recipe that both passed the taste test by sugar-lovers at home, that have the right consistency, and that consists of better ingredients than regular gingerbread. Try it out and see what you think. The recipe is inspired by Birgitte Magnusson. Check her site for more amazing, natural, clean, organic living inspiration. Gingerbread cookies 200 g vegan butter 1,5 dl maple syrup 4 tbs coconut sugar 1 dl plant based cream (we used Oatly iMat) 5-6 dl gluten free flour mix (we used Toro Glutenfri fin kakemiks) 1…

  • Turmeric latte, hot chocolate and frothy matcha

    These are our three favorite warm drinks for the winter months. They all have different tastes and benefits and are super nourishing and delicious. The turmeric and matcha latte is a great substitute for coffee in the morning, as they boost your energy. We have written more about matcha here. Hot chocolate is more of a soothing evening drink. You just have to try them all! Turmeric latte (1 person, 5 minutes) 1 cup plant-based milk 1/2 tbs grounded turmeric 1 tbs grated ginger root 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1 pinch black pepper How to Heat up the milk in a casserole, but make sure it doesn’t boil. Add the grated…

  • Eco-friendly 5 minute homemade hemp milk

    This is the recipe for a milk that is not only plant-based, high in protein, full of healthy fats and tasty, it’s also really environmental friendly! As people who don’t flow with regular milk, the lactose-free or vegan options in the grocery stores have been a favorite for many years. Sadly, many of the cartons are not possible to recycle, so we were producing more trash than necessary. When we discovered this we decided it was time to try making our own. In contrast to many other homemade plant milk recipes, this is actually really easy and it only takes five minutes! You don’t need a strainer or a cheesecloth…