Laura

Foodblogger Globetrotter sharing recipes from around the world, using natural ingredients and only a few simple steps, cooking and baking everything in moderation.
Come with me on a culinary journey around the world!

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Castagnole – Italian Carnival Fritters

  Sweet dough fried balls covered in icing sugar or sticky honey and colourful sprinkle, to me Castagnole are the image of Carnival. Do you celebrate Carnival? How? Any particular dishes that you relate to Carnival?     There are…

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Pull-apart Bread with Walnuts and Pumpkin Seeds

  This pull-apart bread with nuts is simply delicious! It was a side for our Christmas Dinner and we just couldn’t stop eating it! I have the recipe from my dear friend and amazing baker Belma, Ahlanisweethome.com , she has tons…

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Pfefferbraut Salad Bowl

  Who doesn’t love a bowl packed with fresh vegetables, meaty lentils, salty feta cheese and sweet pomegranate seeds? Top it with a lovely tahini dressing and Pfefferbraut’s unicorn salt and Bischofspfeffer and the salad will be just perfect! I…

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Cardamom rolls with tonka bean cranberries jam

It’s almost Valentines Day! Are you going to celebrate it? Honestly, we won’t.. But I am always happy to have a reason to bake and try something new so I came up with a big heart made of cardamom rolls…

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Belma’s pull-apart Muffins

Make this beautiful low sugar pull-apart muffins following this simple recipe courtesy of Belma, a freind and baker blogger

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Pumpkin Soup – the easy and healthy way

Now that the winter festivities are over, my dear friends bloggers and I have some great recipes to start the year healthy and delicious: from chia milk rice to salads, buddha bowls, zucchini bread and even ice pops! Check out the…

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Blueberry & coconut granola

What is your favorite Granola? I do find some to be good, but I am always not 100 % satisfied, as I would like more nuts, less sugar, more crunch and so on… Well, the best way to have the…

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Exotic Banana Bread

  Since I first saw a picture of a beautifully stapled banana bread, I have been looking for a recipe to try. The thing is, I don’t like my banana bread to be too banana! I mean, I want nuts…

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Buttermilk mini cakes

  I made these mini cakes to celebrate the birthday of my daughter’s teacher. The children were terribly excited! To make them more fun I coloured the dough pink and purple. Decorated with a simple sugar/lemon frosting turned pink by…

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Rainbow cake tutorial

  As I was asked to bake a rainbow cake for an upcoming birthday, I thought it would get messy.. and it would be a lot of work… Well, yes, it is quite a lot of baking, but it doesn’t…

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Apple pie with almonds and cinnamon

  In the tropical Island of Singapore there are no seasons expect summer.. And still, we do see some signs of autumn: the morning thunderstorms, the Halloween gadgets filling up the stores and the good apples and pumpkins imported from…

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