Category: FoodStuff

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Juicy inside, crispy outside. Free from: Sugar, gluten , dairy artificial sweeteners, concentrates, additives Full of: Real food, taste and delight   Ingredients 1 dl extra virgin coconut oil 6 tbsp puréed dates (soak and pit before use) 2 tsp vanilla extract 6 dl full fat almond or other gluten free flour 1/2 tsp Himalaya-

Chocolate Cake Caress

Chocolate Cake Caress

This cake is not for amateurs. Making it, yes, that’s a piece of … Eating it on the other hand takes a connoisseur a passionate and experienced lover of the real thing. Not the child’s play chocolate, but the rich, mature, intensely flavored kind that will take you to new thrilling peaks of pleasure sending

Go-Nuts Tart …with berries

  Here is, on request, a gluten-, sugar-, dairy-free tart. Like most recipes on this page it is only a suggestion, leaving room for your own creativity and preferences. The only problem with this cake is that, even though it is supposed to last for several days in the fridge, it very rarely makes it

Have your marzipan and eat it too

The Norwegian national day, the 17th of May, is soon coming up. The day is much loved, partly because it’s an excuse for Norwegians to gorge themselves with a year’s worth of goodies. The constitution, which is what we’re actually celebrating, says (I’m pretty sure) that on this particular day it’s every kid’s birthright to


FoodStuff (March 18th) now has a working link. Click on “Mars” to the right, or read FoodStuff Sugarfree Marzipan soon coming to a blog near you…

“A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, and thou” Omar Khayyam, 11th century Power Bread or..The power of bread A hefty bread, with a full taste and providing long lasting energy. Packed with great nutrients; proteins, fibers, vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and slow/beneficial carbs. Enjoy! For recipe see   Power BreadSee also FoodStuff


Searching heart, kidneys and …stomach, I think I may be a tad above averagely interested in food, the pleasure of eating it, preparing it, experimenting with it and finding out what it does to my taste buds, me in general, my  family, friends, acquaintances, everybody else and the world as such. The saying “You are