Sometimes you just need a massive portion of veggies, but can’t be bothered to actually do anything fancy. That’s exactly when this recipe comes in: delicious roasted vegetables with a garlic sour cream dip.
I’ve been in the blogging world for more than 4 years by now and in all this time I’ve never done one of the most cliche posts ever: facts about me. I decided that the time for that has finally come, so here are 18 facts about me!
Another month, another mixtape – it’s as simple as that. Even though, this mixtape actually contains two months of music, it’s a rather short, but a very loved one.
It’s Monday; the first day of a week, a month, a year. If that isn’t the perfect way to start into 2018, I don’t know what is.
Last month I’ve been really bad with listening to music . I literally played the same five or six songs over and over again; definitely not enough for a proper playlist. But I’ve listened to some podcasts, so I’m going to talk about those in this monthtly mixtape instead.
I kinda have a thing for orange food. This mostly affects fruit and juice, but there are many vegetables which fit perfectly into this scheme. So why not combine three very orange vegetables to a delicious sweet potato, carrot and pumpkin soup.
The last day of October has passed and the second to last month of the year has begun; which means it’s officially pre-christmas. But before I get to excited over that fact, it’s time for a new monthly playlist.
One of my favourite things about this season are all the spices and flavours, that are too heavy for summer but perfect for colder days. There’s just something so cozy and calming about them. And they’re especially calming in form of (preferably) hot drinks. So, to end October on a high, I’ve got seven recipes…
Ending my last post with a little joke on not knowing how to write recipe posts, I did not expect the next one to actually be a recipe. But due to bad time management, underestimating work and wanting to get something out there, I decided to bless you all with this autumn spice cake instead…