Peanut Butter Granola

If you were looking for the perfect granola clusters and a super versatile flavour, this peanut butter granola is exactly what you’re looking for. It is super crunchy, gluten-free and has an amazing roasted peanut taste. Eat a handful of the jar, pour some plant-based milk over or sprinkle over a bowl of yogurt, fresh fruits or compote.

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Chunkiest honey granola with raspberry and figs

I believe granola is a must have in your kitchen cupboard. I mean, all the time, all year long because that’s such an essential and a life saver for any rushed breakfast, if you need a quick dessert, or just to satisfy a craving in a healthier way. People tend to think that granola isn’t the kind of thing that can last a while, which I simply agree with in the sense that it’s so good that you might empty your stock quite fast. However, storage wise, it keeps very well in an air tight container for a few weeks. What I most love about granola is these huge chunks that actually aren’t so easy to get when first trying out to make your own. After a few trials, I finally went for another technique to get the gorgeous chunks I was looking for, and that’s such a treat !

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Mint Oatmeal with Peach Apricot Compote & Almond Butter (no-added sugar)

Oatmeal is definitely my all time favourite breakfast recipes. Though it has got a bad reputation for a few years, porridges are getting back to trends and honestly, there are so many good reasons for this ! The most difficult with oatmeal is to cook it correctly so it remains super creamy and luscious. I think that most people who do not appreciate porridge are mostly deterred by the aspect and consistency of it, which is understandable – I wouldn’t say oatmeal is that instagrammable – but most probably related to various cooking elements that I’ll mention below. This oatmeal recipe is summery and light, mint flavored, topped with peach apricot compote and rich almond butter, all this without a gram of added sugar !

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Quick and Easy Orzo Summer Salad with Lemon Dressing

This recipe is part of my main ones across the summer season. This orzo salad is very quick and so easy to make, very fresh and nutritious, filled with good things. Also, it’s very versatile as you’ll be able to adapt it according to your preferences or to the season. I’ve always enjoyed pasta salad in summer as we don’t always feel like eating a lot or anything that’s gonna be warm or hot and tend to end up having a plate of raw veggies, which I’m not fond of. This salad is full of Mediterranean flavours with some herbs, zucchini, feta cheese and olives !

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Coffee Chocolate Brownies

Coffee or chocolate lovers around here ? Well, this one’s for you ! I think this recipe is yet THE most exciting one on the blog and by far the most delicious ! And there are good reasons for this: first, it’s brownie, second, it’s chocolate-flavoured and finally, there’s coffee in there, who could say no to this? Yes, you read this correctly, there’s real coffee sneaking in this recipe and trust me that’s the most incredible dessert (or breakfast/snack) ever. I love brownies but always face issues with it as it’s either too sweet, too greasy and usually, the chocolate isn’t strong which isn’t very satisfying to me. So, I’ve decided I should come up with a fully re-invented recipe and went for a coffee flavoured brownie which is a common but literally my favourite combination with chocolate!

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Salty Chocolate Granola

If you love granola, you should definitely think of making your own! Homemaking granola has so many advantages mostly being much healthier than store-bought ones which are usually containing a lot of sugar, unhealthy fats and many other unnecessary ingredients. I’m an unconditional fan of chocolate and nut flavoured granola as it go on approximately everything and is such a delicious treat. Trust me, once you’ve tried making a first recipe you’ll want to keep on creating more flavourful combinations! This one is just about the most perfectly chunky granola, check out my tip in the recipe 🙂

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