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  • pumpkin_dessert
    Autumn,  Recipes,  Sweet Stuff,  Winter

    Warm hokkaido cocktail with white chocolate

    emointhekitchen This is warming dessert for late autumn or winter days. From the TCM point of view, Hokkaido is of a warm nature and belongs to the element of the earth. Together with warm spices (pepper, turmeric, ginger and cloves), strengthens the digestion and keep you warm during the cold snap. You will need: 150 ml of fresh pumpkin puree 450 ml of coconut milk 130 g of white chocolate (you can try the vegan variant of white chocolate) I have found a homemade on this website: ¼ teaspoon of ground ginger (I am using a grater that removes the fibres) 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1 tsp vanilla powder 2…

  • Delicious-non-dairy-desserts
    Recipes,  Sweet Stuff

    A few delicious non-dairy desserts

    emointhekitchen In this post, I would like to introduce you a few delicious non-dairy desserts I have tried lately. (and you should too XD) If you are interested in my opinion on dairy products you are welcome to read my post “A few thoughts about dairy”. Whether you’re an advocate or opponent of milk, these recipes will pleasantly surprise everyone. Check them out below and don’t forget to leave a comment on their authors’ blogs. Blueberry Lime Cheesecake Found from //prettypies.com/  Vegan Raspberry Cheesecake Bars Found from //choosingchia.com/ 3 Ingredient Dairy-Free  Fudge Found from //theprettybee.com Vegan Key Lime Cake Found from //lovingitvegan.com All images in this post belong to blogs…

  • Poppy Balls
    Sweet Stuff

    Poppy Balls

    emointhekitchen Unbaked desserts are a healthy alternative to sweet snacks. Especially in summer, we should avoid baking in the oven, which is more suitable for colder weather. You will need: millet and ground poppy seed (the amount by the number of people) raisins or Goji salt cane sugar or maple syrup (I sometimes use other types of syrups, such as date syrup or wheat syrup) shredded coconut or sesame seeds, you can also try chopped walnuts Alternatively, you will also need a plum jam. Mix millet with ground poppy seed in a one-to-one ratio. Add water (use a 3 to 1 water to millet-poppy mixture ratio) and cook together with…

  • Finikia Greek Pastries
    Armenia,  Greece,  Sweet Stuff,  Winter

    Finikia – Greek Pastries

    emointhekitchen Finikia is a type of Greek cookie. This is the Armenian variant that I learned from a friend from Yerevan. Greece and Armenia have always had a very friendly relationship, which is reflected also in the mutual exchange of recipes. In Armenia and I guess that also in Greece, these pastries are usually served at Christmas.  These are the healthier variant of sometimes too fatty and too sweet pastries served in festive time. There is no need to use butter, eggs or milk so you don’t compromise your diet that much and don’t have to live on baking soda to regain normal digestion. I kept the recipe in its…

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