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I tried making pumpkin spice ice chocolate

If there is one type of confectionary I’m obsessed with, it’s ice chocolate. The basic recipe is incredibly simple: melt together equals amount in grams of coconut oil and dark chocolate. It’s one of the first recipes many children learn in Germany and Sweden, where the treat is the most popular. The recipe is alsoFortsätt läsa ”I tried making pumpkin spice ice chocolate”

How to make your own pumpkin spice

I’m going to try a new recipe tomorrow and I needed some pumpkin spice. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any anywhere. So, I looked online for a way to make my own. Fun fact I learned: there is actually no pumpkin in pumpkin spice. It’s just call that because it’s made of the spices that typicallyFortsätt läsa ”How to make your own pumpkin spice”

Grandma’s Dijon mustard and tomato pie

So, I just finished the second chapter of the second book of the crime series I’m working on. Since I think it’s important to celebrate the small victories, I made one of my favourite dishes: my grandmother’s Dijon mustard and tomato pie. Here’s the recipe: First, pre-bake a pie crust for 10 minutes at 200Fortsätt läsa ”Grandma’s Dijon mustard and tomato pie”

Mission failed successfully: avocado lime mousse dessert

On the day of Yule Eve, I was at my parents’ house, watching their cats while they’re visiting relatives out of the country. I am one of the few in my family who celebrates Yule (what we still call Christmas, here in Scandinavia) and with my friends celebrating with their own families, I was aFortsätt läsa ”Mission failed successfully: avocado lime mousse dessert”

Do rewards work to motivate writing?

One of the most common writing tips is to give yourself small rewards for reaching goals. For example, having a piece of candy every 100 words. The thing with writing tips, though, is that they rarely work for everybody. I’ve tried this and it didn’t work for me at all. I suspect it might beFortsätt läsa ”Do rewards work to motivate writing?”

Eco-Friday: How to make chicken out of tofu

One of the best and easiest ways to reduce one’s carbon footprint is to eat more plants and less animal products, preferably switching to an entirely plant-based diet. The task can seem daunting at first. Most of us grew up with plenty of meat, eggs and dairy and we’re also used to cooking with theseFortsätt läsa ”Eco-Friday: How to make chicken out of tofu”

Another recipe to pass the time in quarantine

It’s Wednesday and I’ve yet to work any hours this week. Lack of materials at the factory. Again. So, I’m stuck at home, trying my best to pass the days by writing, reading, playing video games (stuck on the 4th level of Splatterhouse 3 at the moment) and occasionally cooking. On today’s menu: cream andFortsätt läsa ”Another recipe to pass the time in quarantine”

A Northern European classic winter threat + two twists on the recipe

One of the most popular threats consumed in Northern Europe during the winter months, and especially around Christmas, is ice chocolate. It’s also one of the first recipes many children learn due to how simple it is: just melt together the same amount (in grams) of dark chocolate and coconut oil, pour into little mouldsFortsätt läsa ”A Northern European classic winter threat + two twists on the recipe”