I get inspired by so many things on a daily basis. I think that Instagram and food blogs from all over the world are the two main sources to pick up some good inspiration for me. True food artists who creates beautiful things are my favorites. Heirloom L.A are one of them – a catering/foodtruck company based here in L.A. The chef is fantastic and creates the most deeeeeeee-licous and mouthwatering meals with local sourced ingredients. Just look at these creations? Should we just throw a party for no reason so we can hire them? Heirloom L.A.
Eating in season is such an important thing if we want that tasty and colorful food loaded with nutrients. Brooklyn Supper shares easy in season recipes with you. I’m drooling already… I want it all. How about roasted radishes and turnips with pesto?
I had severe cravings for waffles today and decided to whip up something gluten free and healthy. They came out crispy and good. If you wanna try, here is the recipe.
Gluten free waffles // Glutenfria våfflor
1 dl bovetemjöl – 1/2 cup buckweat flour
1 dl mandelmjöl – 1/2 cup almond flour
2 tsk bakpulver – 2 tsp baking powder
1 tsk vanilj extrakt – 1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsk himalaya salt – 1 tsp himalaya salt.
Nope, I don’t think its too much, It’s tasty with a little salt in the batter.
4 dl kokosmjölk – 1,7 cups coconut milk
4 ägg – 4 eggs
3/4 dl kokosolja smält – less than 1/2 cup coconut oil, melted
Mix the dry ingredients in a bowl then mix the wet ingredients in a separate bowl. Then, stir them together gently and whisk it to a smooth batter. Set aside while prepping the rest.
Berry jam: Mix some berries you like with some honey to taste. Add a few drops vanilla. Stir and taste. I used frozen black berries and raspberries.
Coconut whip. Whip a can of coconut milk with some coconut sugar or vanilla sugar, add some himalaya salt to taste. It doesn’t get so extremely fluffy but a little bit at least.
Now it’s time to make the waffles. Make them crispy and top them with the coconut whip, berry jam, and some extra berries plus coconut flakes. Mmmm…. berry good!