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Raw Snickers cake

Raw Snickers cake

By Cathrine Birkeland / January 20, 2019 / 0 Comments
We love raw food cakes and when I suddenly realized that I could make my favorite thing in the world, Snickers, into a raw cake, my life was complete! This cake don't dissapoint! It's creamy and junky, but it contains...
Fermented buckwheat bread

Gluten free Fermented Buckwheat Bread

By Cathrine Birkeland / November 14, 2018 / 0 Comments
I tried to make this bread a couple of months ago, but it didn't turn out well at all. I don't know what happened, but I saw a friend of mine on FB bake this bread all the time with...
Vegansk speilegg

Crueltyfree fried eggs

By Gunnar Birkeland / March 3, 2019 / 2 Comments
I have allways been a sucker for eggs, especially fried eggs. As we all now vegans does not include eggs in their diet, so i have not tasted it for 8 years. Not until today. Weh I got home form...
Glutenfritt hummusbrød - 2 forskjellige typer!

Hummus bread (gluten free)

By Cathrine Birkeland / January 22, 2019 / 3 Comments
Hummus bread? What? Well, it's a bread based on mostly hummus, which we absolutely love! We have found the inspiration from several recipes on Pinterest and made our own Version of it, and it's so delicious and healthy, and easy...

Super easy Barbeque Sauce

By Cathrine Birkeland / July 21, 2018 / 0 Comments
Do you need barbeque sauce RIGHT NOW? Then this recipe is perfect for you. Our family love bbq sauce, but the store bought sauces are often very expensive (at least in Norway) and they are usually packed with sugar. But...
Chickpea burgers

Chickpea burgers

By Cathrine Birkeland / January 13, 2019 / 0 Comments
These are amazing! Really delicious and easy to make. Make them spicy - or don't. Eat them cold or hot. And most of all, make a double batch or more, because these dissapear before you know it!   Ingredients for...
Success Cake (Norwegian yellow cream cake)

Success Cake (Norwegian yellow cream cake)

By Cathrine Birkeland / November 14, 2018 / 2 Comments
This cake is an Norwegian traditional cake. It's served in every big party here in our country, and it's most certainly not vegan since it contains lots of butter and eggs. But hey - I managed to make it vegan!...
Red Lentil Lasagne

Red Lentil Lasagne

By Cathrine Birkeland / December 2, 2018 / 0 Comments
I have always sworn by meat substitute in lasagna. But after I started making lasagna with lentils instead, I’ve completely lost …. For meat substitute in lasagna. I think this is SO much better. Besides it’s healthy and cheap. One...


By Gunnar Birkeland / January 30, 2019 / 0 Comments
Chakalaka! The coolest name of a dish sounds and almost sounds like someone is having a go at you? But no, chakalaka is the nam, and is is a very popular and well-known dish from South Africa. Healthy, good, cheap...
Vegan lasagna

Vegan Ground’s favorite lasagna

By Cathrine Birkeland / January 27, 2019 / 0 Comments
We have tried quite a few vegan lasagnas over the years and we have more or less loved them all. But this! This is just the most fantastic lasagna we have ever made, and it's inspired from our vegan heroes...
Vegan Berliner Donuts

Soft Vegan Berliner Donuts

By Cathrine Birkeland / March 7, 2019 / 0 Comments
Yes, I think this must be an appropriate name for these. It is a recipe for donuts that looks like donuts, but they taste more like berliner donut (Pfannkuchen). As I originally wanted to make vegan regular donuts I was...
Once you go homemade, you'll never go back.

An Easy Method on how to make Tempeh

By Cathrine Birkeland / July 26, 2018 / 0 Comments
No, really. I've tasted a lot of different tempeh over the years, With varying degrees of luck. Some are just plain bitter and don't taste good at all, some are OK, especially if they're marinated and fried well. But that's...
Nut roast for Christmas

Nut roast for Christmas (or any holiday)

By Cathrine Birkeland / December 20, 2018 / 0 Comments
Here in Norway the most common Christmas dinner for vegans and vegetarians, are nut roast. There are several different ways to make it, some easier than others. I used to make a really time consuming (but delicious) nut roast earlier,...

Easy and filling Chickpea Omelette

By Cathrine Birkeland / November 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
Omelette has always been one of my breakfast favorites, but that was before I went vegan. I haven't had a real omelette for almost 10 years and I can honestly say I did miss it. But not anymore! This vegan...
Healthy banana pancakes with only 3 ingredients

Healthy banana pancakes with only 3 ingredients

By Cathrine Birkeland / December 4, 2018 / 2 Comments
I haven’t invented this recipe myself, but it can be found all over YouTube and Google, and I have no idea who deserves the credit, there are loads of people to chose from. These pancakes are genius for people like...
Our best cheese sauce for pizza, nachos and taco

Our best cheese sauce for pizza, nachos and tacos

By Cathrine Birkeland / December 30, 2018 / 0 Comments
We have had several cheese sauce recipes on the blog through the years, and I recon this is how it is with recipes - one always experiment and try out new versions that are even better than the last one....
Saftig sjokoladekake med peanøttsmørkrem

Moist Vegan Chocolate Cake with Peanut Buttercream

By Cathrine Birkeland / March 9, 2019 / 0 Comments
Just another chocolate peanutbutter cake and you might think our archives starting to clog up, but no sir, not this one. THAT archive will never be full. Recently we have been publishing quite a few healthy peanut chocolate cakes so...
Raw Snickers cake

Snickers cake with date caramel

By Cathrine Birkeland / January 24, 2019 / 0 Comments
Woho, it's my birthday today! I (Cathrine) am still so childish that I love my birthdays, even if I'm getting close to my 40's! Today I am 39 years young (yes, young), and what's better to eat than my very...
Roastveef (homemade cold cuts)

Roastveef (homemade cold cuts)

By Cathrine Birkeland / November 19, 2018 / 0 Comments
The other day we bought a wonderful Seitan cookbook (Seitan & beyond) on Amazon. We love making seitan for dinner or sandwiches in our house, and this book gave us some amazing tips! This was one of the first recipes...
Masa Harina Corn Tortilla

Masa Harina Corn Tortillas

By Gunnar Birkeland / December 30, 2018 / 0 Comments
Homemade corn tortillas Lets face it. There a quite a few good alternatives to your choice of tortilas around. Both recipes and to buy in your local store. But did you know that the healthiest, cheapest and easiest way is...
Mellow potato salad with mustard dressing

Mellow Potato Salad with Mustard Dressing

By Cathrine Birkeland / November 14, 2018 / 0 Comments
Mellow potato salad with mustard dressing This potato salad is heavenly good. It works well with any mustard, but I prefer to use proper Dijonsennep as I think it's best for taste. Server for the barbecue, at the lunch table...
Chickpea meatloaf

Chickpea meatloaf

By Cathrine Birkeland / December 20, 2018 / 0 Comments
This meatloaf, or roast if you want, can be served for dinner any time of the year, even for Christmas. Or, I would say especially for Christmas since we both got that holiday feeling when we sat down with our...
Veganuary - easy week menu to get you started

Veganuary – easy week menu to get you started

By Cathrine Birkeland / January 13, 2019 / 0 Comments
It's Veganuary! And more and more people are getting curious on what a vegan lifestyle is all about. Many are afraid that the food is dull and that the food alternatives are few. They have realized that going meat- and...
Sjokoladekake med salt karamellsaus

Chocolate fudge cake with salty caramel sauce

By Cathrine Birkeland / December 20, 2018 / 0 Comments
This fudgy chocolate cake is heavenly delicious! You probably don't want to share this cake with anyone. Maybe besides that special person in your life. The salty caramel sauce is really the icing on the cake! Or on top of...

Tofu – what is is and how to use it

By Cathrine Birkeland / January 20, 2019 / 0 Comments
Tofu! Tofu is one of the most common ingredients in the Asian kitchen, and it's getting more common outside Asia too. Even here in in Europe is has become a food staple in many homes, but still it's mostly vegetarians...
Tofu-laks med sandefjordsmør

Tofu “Salmon” with Cucumber Salad and Buttery Cream Sauce

By Cathrine Birkeland / April 2, 2019 / 0 Comments
This is a huge Norwegian tradition dish, and it's one of my favorite childhood memories, when we went to grandma and grandpa for Sunday dinners and they served us "laks med kokte poteter, agurksalat og Sandefjordsmør", or "salmon with boiled...
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Homemade Ferrero Rocher

By Cathrine Birkeland / January 19, 2019 / 0 Comments
I have never actually been a huge fan of Ferrero Rocher, maybe because chocolate isn't my favorite (yes, I am a real woman). But it seems that everyone around me are in love with these chocolate balls (or have been...


By Cathrine Birkeland / January 3, 2019 / 0 Comments
These are Gunnars favorite out of almost everything we have made until now. He even raided the fridge in the middle of the night because he knew there were leftovers and could'nt forget about them. I totally understand him, because...

Seitanroast with delicious cream sauce

By Cathrine Birkeland / March 3, 2019 / 0 Comments
Seitanroast with delicious cream sauce: perfect New Year's Eve dinner! Seitan is so versatile! You can make burgers, sausages, roast and sandwich slices out of it. Isn't it amazing that you can make your own "meat" out of flour? I...
Mock Tuna Salad

Delicious and Healthy Mock Tuna Salad

By Cathrine Birkeland / November 14, 2018 / 0 Comments
This is a great vegan version of tuna salad, I love this! It's really authentic and all the meat/fish eaters I have made it for, have said that they could easily be fooled by how similar this is to the...