No Fuss

No fuss recipes are recipes of which I think anyone can make them. You don’t need a lot of skills or kitchen experience and they take very little time and effort. I also include some hacks, because honestly, sometimes I can’t be bothered to take all these extra steps.

Pasta with Chunky Veg Sauce

Today Jamie of talesofpastry.com recommended a Tomato Stew recipe by Crisp. It looked amazing, so I used it as inspiration for my dinner. I adjusted it quite a bit by adding pasta, different mozzarella and a little different cooking method. It’s quick, easy and delicious: to me those are some of the best recipes. So…

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Next Level Box Brownies

Them box brownies, you know the just add water ones, they are my favourite: Super duper easy. Plus you can wash the wisk and bowl while they are in the oven and they come with a cardboard baking “tin”, so no washing up afterwards. This time I had a little something something (my graduation) to…

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Easy Garlic Sauce

All this time in lockdown I have loved using this garlic sauce more often. It is super easy and because you don’t use fresh garlic the garlic flavour is more balanced and doesn’t keep increasing over time. This garlic sauce is barely a recipe, but it is such a winner. My favourite combo is with…

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Floral Spring Breakfast

The sun was out for a couple of days and I enjoyed it so much. Spring is my favourite season, because it is warmer, but not too hot and it doesn’t really matter whether or not you put a coat on: everything is fine. The little flowers appearing in the grass fields inspired me to…

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Baked Salmon & Edamame

Edamame are very versatile and a perfect combination with salmon. Together with roasted broccoli (which stays crunchy, yumm) this makes a very quick and easy dinner. This baked salmon & edamame also is a great option to use up leftover edamame from that sushi night yesterday. Did you know edamame are young soy beans? They…

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Bananabread brownie bars

The marriage of Bananabread and Brownies, I mean YES YES YES. These bananbread brownie bars are so moreish it is dangerous . Last week the idea of this popped into my head and I just had to make them, 1 problem: Baking powder had been sold out everywhere for weeks and I had none left.…

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Raspberry spread

A supersimple, 3 ingredient raspberry spread. This is really versatile, spread it onto your toast, ripple it through your cheesecake, or when eat straight from the jar when you REALLY need a sweet something. For the raspberry spread you’ll need 250gr of frozen raspberries 100gr of sugar 2 tsp corn starch 8 tsp of water…

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Vegan Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

These are the best vegan cookies I know and it is one of the only recipes I follow to the T. I am talking about the Vegan Oatmeal Raisin Cookies by Lisa Jansen (@bigvegansister on Instagram). She used to make these amazing bakes for her company Taarten van Jansen, but has shifted into a new…

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