Udon miso soup.

It’s not a secret anymore that I’m a total soup addict. I can literally eat soup every time of day, hot or cold, winter or summer, good mood or bad mood 😉 You can make tons of variations when it comes to soup, and of course there’s nothing more easy to make. That’s why on…

Greek rice with tofu feta.

Two more recipes to go on our homemade-vegan-cheese menu! Today is a special day, because I’m sharing with you guys one of my favorite recipes of my entire life. I’ve cooked this dish so many times in the months that I was a vegetarian. Once again, it’s based on an amazing recipe from the Dutch…

Quiche with spinach and homemade mozzarella.

Cooking with your homemade cheese; the journey continues! Did you enjoy the ricotta in the stuffed pasta shells? If you haven’t tried that lovely previous dish out yet, you can check it out over here. Today we’re moving on to the mozzarella, and we’re going to let it melt in a very delicious Italian-inspired quiche!…

Stuffed pasta shells with ricotta and pesto.

Earlier this week I shared some information and recipes with you guys on how to make your own ricotta, feta and mozzarella cheese. I’ve received some very sweet reactions on social media, which I’m very thankful for! If you missed out on my last post, you can check it out over here. Now, as promised,…

Vegetable-packed dinner soup.

Here’s a next new thing you should know about me: I’m a real soup addict! I could literally eat soup every single day, winter or summer, day or night, hot or cold. I’ve been fond of soup for my whole life already, you can always make me happy with it 😉 What’s so fun about…

Quiche with broccoli and tofu bacon.

The end is near, my exams are almost done! That means that, soon, I’ll finally be able to get back in the kitchen, be creative and share recipes with you guys more frequently again all summer long! Luckily, this week I found some time for something very exciting: I made my first vegan quiche! I…

Summer-ish bulgur salad with fresh lime and mint.

Ahhhhh the sun is shining, the birds are singing, people are smiling… And I’m still stuck inside with my study books 😉 Summer is slowly pushing Spring to move over, and that calls for some great food with good summer vibes! Earlier this week the sun was heating up our small place like crazy, so…

Quick and easy zoodles (zucchini noodles).

I have been a little less active on my blog lately because my exams are waiting around the corner and I have a lot of studying to do! Therefore I decided to, during this not-so-fun period, share some of my easy and quick study foods with you guys 🙂 Starting off with these lovely “zoodles”…

Green coconut and chickpea curry.

A while ago I was home alone with my dad on a Saturday night and I decided to cook him a nice curry dish. We both liked it so much that yesterday I decided to make one again, for me and my boyfriend this time (because of course he was sad he missed out on…

Big couscous stew (with six vegetables).

Hmmmm, it’s time to share one of my all-time favorites again! As I’ve told before, I got a lot of cooking inspiration from the Dutch foodblog Lekker&Simpel (“Tasty&Easy”) when I moved to Ghent to start my university studies. Even before I became a vegetarian, their recipe for a vegetarian couscous dish was already one of…

Easy homemade pesto (+ quick pasta pesto).

You know what I really like? A good and simple pasta pesto for dinner. And what do you need for that? A great pesto of course! So that’s what I’ll be sharing with you guys today 🙂 When I was still a vegetarian, I was kind of addicted to pasta pesto and I was also…

Asian inspired: stir fried noodles with a spring vibe.

As I’ve told in my previous post about the spring rolls (check it out over here), I was a little bit Asian inspired this week. That’s why I decided to make these easy and delicious noodles for dinner! And I added some colorful vegetables to give it a bit of a spring vibe 😉 A…