I love a little bit of spice to my food but with a 3 year old I can’t just spice up every dish. Sambal is a great way to add a little bit of spice to individual dishes. It’s an Indonesian sauce and widely available here in the Netherlands. It tastes great as a sauce with meat or use it to marinade for example chicken. Delicious! There are many different kinds of sambal but the store bought variants are by far not as tasty as homemade sambal. The homemade Sambal Badjak recipe that I’m sharing with you today has many layers of sweet, sour and spicey. Store bought sambal here in the Netherlands mostly tastes sour and spicy. So if you want to try this delicious spicy sauce I really recommend making your own! Read More »
I love goat yogurt and so I eat it almost everyday for breakfast. My body doesn’t cope well with cow milk and for me goat yogurt is a good alternative for normal yogurt. To be honest, I even like it better. Unfortunately not everything is that easy to replace. Yogurt ice cream for instants is almost always made with cow milk. So I thought it would be fun to make my own yogurt ice cream, but now with goat yogurt. It became this amazing and delicious goat yogurt bark with strawberries, blueberries and almonds. Super easy to make and you don’t even need an ice machine! Read More »
I had a real struggle with paleo pancakes. I just couldn’t get them right. I tried the 3 ingredient pancake with banana but it was to much banana for me. I also tried some recipes that just didn’t hold together. What I wanted was a pancake that tasted like a regular pancake, at least close to that. So I tried, and I tried… And finally came up with this recipe. And I promise: these are delicious!
Learn how to make Paleo American pancakes after the jump. . . Read More »
Mug cakes are a fast and easy way to create something delicious in minutes. But did you know you could also create a healthier, Paleo version of this delicious threat? No? Well today is your lucky day, because I have the recipe for you!
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These cookies are delicious and healthy. They are not crunchy like a regular wheat cookie, but they are a lot healthier. Although I eat Paleo I love to have a cookie now and then, and these are great for those moments. And the chocolate on top makes them even more delicious.
Learn how to make these Paleo coconut and almond cookies after the jump. . .
When I started the Paleo diet I knew there where things that I love but I couldn’t eat anymore. I’ve always loved desserts, but most of them contain dairy, gluten or sugar. OK, let’s be honest here, most contain all of those things or at least two of them. My favorite chocolate mousse before Paleo for instance has dairy and sugar as ingredients. Not good. Lucky for me I have a recipe for an even better chocolate mousse. A healthy chocolate mousse to be precise. And really: It’s absolutely to die for!
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After two years of frustration I finally found a way to get healthy again. It’s called Paleo. And yes, it really does work for me! Besides the diet I’m also training with a personal trainer. I want to loose weight and of course get healthy and (hopefully) pain free again. I found out that I love to cook within the boundaries of the Paleo diet. There are so many foods that I can still eat, plus they are healthy this time! So from now the recipes on this blog will be (mostly) healthy. I will start with these delicious 3 ingredient tropical popsicles. They are Paleo and absolutely delicious! This recipe is enough for 10 popsicles and one smoothie. Read More »