Apple pie

I love everything with apples.

Got a very nice recipe I would like to share. I made it in the summer for Farfars Lycka and it was very popular. so here we go since its the season for apples as well I thought it was a good time to share it.

150 g butter
2 dl of sugar
1/2 cup light syrup
1/2 dl cupcream
3 dl oats
1 1/2 dl flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 tsp salt
600 g of apples

Melt butter, add sugar, syrup and cream. just melt the sugar. add the dry ingredients on top of the apples.
200 degrees - 30 min in the oven till brown and crunchy.
Yummers.

This weekend

“reklam för egen verksamhet”

Today is spent at FGL all day. We have a big sale going on and a workshop with Lisa B today and tomorrow.

Frida & I been packing orders like crazy this week and I think we just hit a record with visitors online! Wow! So much fun.

Yesterday I prepped the soup for the weekends event.
My green pea soup. I shared the recipe once before right here.

Days spent in the shop makes me so happy and filled with energy. I’m very happy that Finn enjoys it in there to, FGL is much bigger compared to our house so it makes it a bit more easy walking around also a change of scenery.

Tones of things to look at for Finn as well, and he likes being on the move every second. Sitting down is not his cup of tea.

and I can sneak of to breast feed in a corner..

There is still few things to grab on the sale –

These maxi dresses for exemple.

or the Varberg set.

You find it all here.
Hope to see you today we’re open between 11-15 and straight after opening hours the workshop starts.

xx

& here’s the recipes

The other day when I updated regarding gifts I never shared the recipes.
So here we go. 

Wiener Nougat
200 gram dark chocolate – melt over a water bath
200 gram nougat – when chocolate is melted, add chunks of nougat stir till melted
100 gram flaked almonds – roast in a pan till golden colour add in the mix above.
Put baking paper in a form. Place in the fridge for few hours – when cold ready to cut.
I did a few big bars and smaller chunks wrapped in paper.

Polly Kladdkaka 
3 dl sugar 
3.5 table spoon cacao
1 3/4 dl flour
1 tea spoon vanilla sugar
pinch of salt
2 dl polly chocolate

To write on the note.
175 degrees
Melt 100gr butter and add 2 eggs
Mix with the ingredients above.
Bake in oven for 15 min.

everything I had in my drawer treat
Use what you have at home.

Dark chocolate 70% + 80%
White chocolate
I melted over a water bath:
Chopped almonds and walnuts.
Roasted these with coconut flakes and in the melt I added some mini marshmallows to.
Put in whatever container you think will be good, leave in fridge for few hours – cut up when it’s hardend. 

If you wanna add some flavour I’d say orange cest would be nice. 
Cinnamon could be lovely. Use your imagination.. no rules. 
Everything with chocolate is a T R E A T ! 



E N J O Y
xx








More food it is

A while ago I questioned my Instagram what you’d wish to see more of in my feed.
Almost 90% agreed for food and recipes. So I thought, ok I’ll try.
After all I’ve been a chef for many, many years..


Let’s start with a Vegetarian curry I cooked on our ‘ Utvecklingsdag ‘ a while ago. I never use measurements really , I just put in what I have at home. If you like carrots you add carrots for example.
Sometimes I may not give you an exact amount of ingredients.  Just so you know!
Always when cooking – taste it – see if something’s missing out , it’s usually more salt or some lemon. Sometimes even something sweet! Bring out the flavours more. Just try one or two times, experimenting is the best way to go.

A Mir curry the swedish way.. 4-6 ppl

2 diced onions – as you prefer
3 chopped paprika – whatever colours you like
4 cloves diced garlic 
2 diced tomato
4 tea spoons yellow curry
– fry this in a pan

Salt pepper cayenne pepper a little pinch to start with.
3 dl chili sauce 
1 lemon – squeeze on top
3 dl sour cream – I prefer lactos free, up to you.
1 can of Coconut milk
1 can of chickpeas
3 dl red lentils – simmer for 15 min. They can be soaked 30 min before you add them. 
Taste it, if somethings missing add more spices . Perhaps a teaspoon of honey? 
Top the curry with some baby spinach when ready to serve – that’s good for your tummy + it’s beautiful to add some green to all the yellow.

Your choice of rice – I boil the rice with some tumeric and cummin seeds.
Served with naan bread and some mango chutney and yoghurt, add lots of coriander in the yoghurt too, always nice. 
Voil’a easiest swedish curry ever. 

Usually for breakfast or mid day snack I make chiapudding to keep in my fridge for couple of days. Great source of energy and healthy stuff.

Chiapudding with berries and cardamon.

2 cups of Almond milk or coconut milk
6 tablespoons of Chia seeds
Lots of grinded cardamom seeds, don’t grind them to much, it’s nice if it’s a bit crunchy. 1/2 spoon..

Soak overnight  (or minimum 15 min before you eat it)
– your choice to add frozen berries in the pudding or if you add berries on top.
Good either way.

Scoop some pudding in a glas add natural yoghurt a spoon or two
Sprinkle granola, nuts or whatever you prefer. 
Slice some banana and drizzle honey on top. If you a cinnamon lover as me add that to. 

Enjoy.




Lucia morning

My Lucia morning started at 2.30am. 
Another sleepless night. At 6.30 I went up to prepare my breakfast in front of the TV, was very excited to watch the Lucia perform as usual at SVT 1 7.00 am.

That ddn’t happen. Our internet was down and my phones wifi was so slow.
But I don’t think there was a 7.00 o’clock show thou.
Tired and disapointed I went back to bed and luckily I fell a sleep for an hour.

I enjoyed my christmas porridge and some chai tea and after breakfast I decorated some gingerbreads.

I would like to share my gran Linne’as recipe on
English gingerbreads.

2 dl golden syrap
2 dl full fat cream
350 gr casting sugar
150 gr salted butter
1 table spoon dried ginger
11/2 tea spoon bicarbonate
Flour till you think the dough has a ‘good firm’

Rest in the fridge overnight or for couple of hours.
Bake in 200 degrees. 

Vegan hot chocolate.

Heating some non-dairy milk in a saucepan with some cocoa until simmering, and then melting in some vegan chocolate, add brown sugar to taste, pour out into glasses, top with vegan cream and voilá – a taste sensation! Easy.
I topped mine with mashmallows too..

I considered two tablespoons of sugar to be perfect (one tablespoon per serve), but I like the sweet stuff, so that’s why I’m going to say ‘to taste’ in the recipe.

I had this just before my lunch, obs! 
Very nice.

xx