Frozen Nana Snickers.

dsc_0117As a break from all of the Asian+inspired dishes that has flourished the blog as of late, I figured it was time for something sweet! A something that includes peanut butter, bananas and chocolate – with those three components you can hardly go wrong, am I right?

This is another one of those recipes found floating through what seems to be my main internet hangout, a Swedish facebook group for vegans, thus I am unsure who to credit but it goes like this ↓ and it is just one of those perfect snacks that can easily be made at home whenever (because if you are anything like me bananas, chocolate and peanut butter belong to the standard staples!!)


→ 1-2 ripe bananas
→ peanut butter (or any nut butter of choice)
→ salted peanuts/almond flakes/something for extra crunch (opt.)
→ melted dark chocolate

Peel and split the banana into two, then continue to cut into suitable snickers base size. Spread an even layer of nut butter on, then dip onto a plate with chopped, salted peanuts/flaked almonds/crunch creator of choice. Now you can either bring them into the freezer at this stage, or after they have gotten a coating of melted dark chocoalte. Either way, allow approximately 30 minutes to set in freezer before the munch fest starts!

(Yes, those chocolate stains on my hands may indicate an ongoing test run- quality checking is important you know!)

Ta-daa! Do you have any good hacks for snacks to share?


Overnight Oatmeal | with blueberries.

Breakfast! That cooks itself!

Could this BE any greater?! (For fellow Friends-fans, this is of course read with the voice of Chandler Bing.)

Well to address the question: No, probably not.
IMG_3749This is an old love that I have recently made my way back to, for 3 simple reasons:

  1. It is a real life-saver when it comes to early mornings of work aka it saves time!
  2. It tastes better than the cooked version, WHILE maximizing the nutrition!
  3. It requires minimum washing up!

Have I sold it to you yet?
IMG_3727You’ll need:

→ 1 dl oats
→ 1,5 dl milk of choice / water
→ 1 ripe banana

Feel free to add in whatever you fancy: frozen berries, chia seeds, nut butters, coconut flakes… Like I said, the possibilities are endless!
How to:
1. Mash the banana.
2. Add in the oats + whatever additions of your choosing + liquid.
3. Stir and let it rest in the fridge in an airtight container overnight.

Processed with VSCO with t1 presetNow, if anyone has any advice for how to make oatmeal look pretty in pictures, tell me how.