Hungarian Beef Goulash

Chunks of beef cooked in a thick tomato and paprika based broth. This stew has a rustic character and dates back to centuries.

Green Pasta

This is my kid’s favorite kind of pasta. It combines the goodness of healthy greens with a delicious creamy pesto sauce. It’s a great option for picky eaters as well.

Zucchini Fritters (Zucchinipuffer) with sour cream dip

These fritters are a great, healthy option for snacking and also serves well as breakfast. Combined with a sour cream dip, these are always a hit with big and small. These also just secretly happen to be keto-friendly. Zucchini fritters (known as Zucchinipuffer in German) are a popular snack in Germany. I gave mine a…

Oats Chocolate Chip Cookies

Meet the easy-to-make, crunchy-from-outside-soft-from-inside, chewy and chocolatey oats cookies. They are perfect to be made quickly, without having to use any fancy equipments and using just one bowl and a whisk.

Magic Chili-con-Carne (Instant Pot Recipe)

This is the easiest chili recipe ever. It doesn’t require any chopping or prepping. You throw all the ingredients together in an instant pot and open to find them magically transformed into a warm and delicious chili con carne.

Gluten-free Kaiserschmarrn (German Pancake)

Kaiserschmarrn is the German version of a fluffy pancake, served shredded along with applesauce. We made our variation healthier, by using oatmeal and raw sugar, instead of refined flour and sugar.

Spelt Flour Crust Pizza (Dinkelmehl Pizza)

Thin, crispy but still soft enough to be enjoyed by kids and adults alike. This spelt flour (dinkelmehl) crust pizza is much easier on your tummy and provides you with more nutrients as compared to refined wheat flour pizza. So, you can grab that extra piece without much thought.

Shakshuka Bomb

This shakshuka is a bomb containing plenty of nutrients, minerals and antioxidants from kale, purple cabbage and kidney beans. The gooey yolk explosions (like my kids call it), keep the excitement high. Serve it on it’s own or with a side of bread.

How to make a Basic Whole Wheat Sponge Cake in Oven or Microwave

This post is for all of those who find making cakes intimidating, or are a beginner when it comes to baking. With clear instructions and useful tips, mastering the sponge will be a piece of cake. What more? This cake is made from 100% whole wheat flour and uses raw sugar. Feeling motivated? Read on.