Today I’ve been baking delicious Havrebollar//Oatballs! (I’ll update with recipe in English tomorrow) They look like chocolate balls, but are different in the taste.
So fluffy and so good. And my nails are ready for Mexico!!
Hubby came home and found me right here -Ehh what are you doing?? Me -Having a fika :) (fika= Swedish word for when you eat something sweet) Well, I thought it was a good place to take photos.
A sick Oliver was joining me.
These oatballs were my pre workout snack today, haha! I love to eat and I love to work out. A good combo!
Oh wow, delicious salmon with an Asian touch!! I don’t have an exact recipe but my friend Evelina inspired me the other day after her friend had made this for her :) However here are all ingredients. And if you don’t like cilantro (koriander), skip it. I really start to like that now, couldn’t stand it years ago!
Marinade – fresh minced ginger, 1 garlic, chili flakes, juice from a lime, cilantro, salt, oil (i used sesame oil), soy sauce and a splash of water, let the salmon marinate over the night or at least for many hours. Cook it in the oven 325F/175C for about 30 min.
Salad– mango, avocado, cucumber, spring leek (salladslök), jalapeños, cilantro, lime juice, salt, oil.
Sauce– mix sour cream (creme fraiche) and Sriracha sauce and salt (the more Sriracha the more heat).
Happy weekend peeps!!
Good morning! Outside breakfast smoothie with my bedheads (morgonrufs)! We woke up to a clear blue sky, stayed in bed for a long time since there is no school today, due to the holiday. So nice! Oliver stayed in pajamas till 11am. Eddie-Bo needs to get dressed as soon he goes up from bed, pajamas are for babies… ok!!
Today’s smoothie is a mix of, milk (normally use almond milk), beet juice, strawberries, pineapple, blueberries, raspberries, the powder from a Juice plus capsule, and a little bit of agave syrup. Yum!! And all organic of course… :)
Happy Memorial Day peeps! We’ll spend the day at a country club, with pool and family fun activities!
Just bumped into this picture from the summer! A yummy and healthy fröknäcke/seed crisp bread that I bake in Sweden all the time, and for some reason never here in the States. Well, time to change that. Tomorrow! And it’s at least very healthy until I add butter and cheese :)
1 dl sesamfrö
1 dl pumpakärnor
1 dl solroskärnor
1 dl majsmjöl
1/2 dl hela linfrö
1/2 dl olivolja
2 dl kokande vatten
Mixa alla torra ingredienser, förutom flintsaltet, tillsätt oljan och vattnet, låt vila ca 15 min, bred ut på en plåt med bakplåtspapper, smidigast att trycka ut smeten med ett bakplåtspapper över, himla kladdigt annars, på med flingsalt och in i ugnen 150 C i ca 60 minuter! Så gott!!!
Recipe in English:
1/2 cup sesame seeds
1/2 cup pumpkin seeds
1/2 cup sunflower seeds
1/2 cup corn flour
1/4 cup whole flax seeds
1/4 cup olive oil
1 cup hot boiled water
Mix all the dry ingredients, except for the salt, add olive oil and water, let it rest for 15 minutes, use a tin plate with a sheet of parchment paper, press out the batter, a good tips is to take another sheet of parchment paper on top while you press out the batter with your hands, very sticky otherwise! Last, add flake salt and put it in the oven 300F for about 60 minutes. Yummy!!
Try it!! Have a wonderful weekend!!
Kram// Xx Cissi