Tag: vegan butter

  • Blueberry Pie

    Blueberry Pie

    My boy turned 4 years old the other day. He was so excited and happy, and he makes me so proud every day. For his birthday, he asked for a Harry Potter cake, which felt… like a challenge. He has learnt about HP from his older brother and sister. He loves to play with his […] Read more »


  • Pear Crumble Cake

    Pear Crumble Cake

    I just love crumbles, and I got this recipe from my friend @lesoulfoodist for a plum crumble cake. Now I’ve made a few adjustments, like using brown sugar and cardamom for another flavour profile, and topped it with pears instead of plums. Just as delicious! Ingredients4 dl plain flour2 tsp baking powder1 dl brown sugar1/3 […] Read more »


  • Cinnamon Roll Muffins

    Cinnamon Roll Muffins

    Here in Sweden, we really lika “fika”, which is a collective noun for rolls, buns, pastries and the like, but can also just mean a cup of coffee or tea. I prefer when baked goods are included, no surprise huh? Many would agree that the most Swedish fika of all is cinnamon rolls. No wonder […] Read more »


  • Shepherd’s Pie

    Shepherd’s Pie

    I have a weak spot for everything British, and Shepherd’s pie is no exception. I absolutely love mashed potato, so this makes such a great, comfy dinner. Underneath the mash is chopped onion and garlic, grated carrots, peas and sweetcorn quickly fried in a pan with a bit of oil, black pepper and some soy […] Read more »


  • Blueberry & Apple Rolls

    Blueberry & Apple Rolls

    Lovely rolls with two fillings – blueberries and vegan custard, and grated apple with cinnamon and custard. Perfect autumn flavours! Both the dough and the custard recipes are from @fridasvegobak, the Swedish queen of vegan baking if you ask me. Check her feed out if you haven’t already! The only little mishap here was that […] Read more »


  • Meatballs & Mash

    Meatballs & Mash

    I don’t often eat the kind of old school Swedish food that we call “husmanskost”. But it’s something special about those childhood memories and the flavours that a whole country knows. On this plate is: * meat(less) balls from @anamma_sverige* potato mash with lots of vegan butter* pickled gherkin* “Brown sauce” with butter, plant milk, […] Read more »


  • Plum Crumble Cake

    Plum Crumble Cake

    My plum tree is overflowing with ripe fruit, and I’m trying to use as much as I can. I saw the talented @lesoulfoodist post a beautiful plum cake and got the recipe. I was not disappointed, let med tell you. A perfect cake, well balanced in sweetness that brought out the best in the plums. […] Read more »


  • Redcurrant Crumble Squares

    Redcurrant Crumble Squares

    A sweet, chewy bite with a tangy twist from redcurrants, which are available in abundance in gardens around Sweden at the moment. This one has been tested and liked across all ages – from my 2-year-old, to my dad, and to my grandma who is 102 years (I know – unbelievable!!!). I veganised an old […] Read more »


  • Carrot Cake with Cashew Frosting

    Carrot Cake with Cashew Frosting

    A moist, flavourful, sweet and dreamy carrot cake. There’s hardly anything better, is there? I used a recipe by Swedish queen of baking @leilalindholm and switched eggs for 1,5 dl aquafaba. (Just google it! Let me know if you want it translated to English.) The frosting takes a bit of work, but you’ll thank me […] Read more »


  • Rhubarb Crumble

    Rhubarb Crumble

    One of my favourite things about the Swedish summer is undoubtedly rhubarb crumble pie. My go-to dessert or fika all summer long. Super simple but so, so good! In Sweden we usually make a crumble without a pie crust, but of course you can use this in a crust as well. Filling 500 g rhubarb […] Read more »