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I am now on Instagram & some other news,…!!!

Hello everybody,

Since 2 weeks or so, I am now also on Instagram! Ooh yay! Come on over, like & follow me! 🙂 This is how it looks like on my iMac, ipad! Click onto the photo to go directly to my Instagram page! 🙂

Cool right? Here is my direct link: http://www.instagram.com/sophiesfoodiefiles/

And now for some more news: I have reached more than 500,000 photo views as the local guide Sophie’s Foodie Files on Google Maps! ooh yes! See here the proof: Just click onto the photo to go directly to my local guide page! 🙂

+500,000 photo views!

So, I will pop open a bottle of fine champagne to celebrate this last news! So exciting too! 🙂

I am featured again on the Kris Carr’s website under recipes with my recipe of Cashew Chocolate Pumpkin Spread! Ooh yes! I am so happy! 🙂

rsthrhfghthJust click onto the photo to go to her website & my recipe page! 🙂

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Featured again 4 times in a day @ Instructables!

Yesterday, I added 4 recipes of my  log with photos on Instructables site! This morning, I read that I am featured 4 times, yet again! Now, I am featured 20 times in total on Instructables! That makes me very happy! 🙂 Just click onto the photos to go to my recipe on Instructables!

 

 

This makes me very happy! 🙂 Yay!

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Some news,… And A Smoothy!

Hey sweeties!

Are you all enjoying the lovely spring weather? I know, I am!

Peter & I have walked a lot lately. Everywhere we go, we have seen a lot of these beautiful flowers:

daffodils!

And I also got some news! I was featured 2 times on the website of Kris Carr! I am a big fan of her! I have 2 books of her. All 2 recipes of mine, were in their breakfast section. Just click onto the photo below to go directly to the recipe on their website! Number 1: Spelt Vanilla pancakes!

My yummy pancakes!
 
Number 2: Nut Seed Granola! They rewrote my recipe for their American readers!
 
My Nut Seed Granola!
 

I just found out that BritMums, featured a recipe link of me, a few years ago:“Can’t quite let go of some things on your new regime, like a big fat juicy burger for example? Well look no further than SophiesFoodieFiles Smoked Tofu Burger perhaps?”

Great, hey?Now, this news makes me very happy! Now a lovely smoothy to celebrate my news with:

MMM!

Recipe: For 2 big smoothies
Ingredients:
2 ripe pears, cored, well cleaned & washed, pad dry, Unpeeled, cut up into 4 pieces each
300 ml coconut water
2 tablespoons raw chia seeds
100 gr, raw, fresh cleaned, spun dry kale leaves, big stem removed, each leaf torn into pieces (My kale leaves were from our garden)

Method:

1. Take your Vitamix container & place every ingredient in this order in it. Place tamper into fitted lid & blend until completely smooth & on high-speed too. This will take about 10-15 seconds, using the tamper to push your ingredients into the running blades. Pour into 2 lovely smoothy glasses & sip straight away with a big smile on your face! 🙂MMM …Enjoy, sweeties! 🙂

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I am back & was featured a few times!

Hey sweeties,

I am back! Yay! I know that it has been more than a month of me going everywhere but being here.

Now, I am back into full swing!

Since I was away from my blog I discovered that I was featured 4 times on Instructables!

That made me very happy! It was these 4 yummy recipes! Just click onto the pictures to go directly to the pages themselves! 🙂

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And finally:

Yum!

My famous Jerusalem Artichokes Latkes were featured on an American website, Culturess.com to celebrate Hanukkah, on December 22nd 2016!!! 🙂

Just click onto the photo to go the article! 🙂 Yay!

So, you might be wondering, what I have done the last month & a half? I have baked a lot recently. I baked many breads that I invented myself & others that I made from other people. I also bought 2 cookery books where I am making dishes out off. Reviews are coming later!

These are 2 of my invented breads: The 1st: Vegan Hazelnut Bread! Soon on the blog + video!

And I also invented & made this lovely bread:

2nd: Vegan Spelt Bread topped with spelt flakes! (Soon on the blog!)

Yum!
Yum!

So, this was a quick update & see you all later on the blog for more creative recipes from ME to you all! I also have to say that my E-book: Healthy Vegan Christmas has been downloaded more than +500 times & that everyone loves the unique lay-out & recipes too! So thank you all a whole lot of making me so happy! So, if you like to stay updated & receive my new latest posts through cool email newsletters, Subscribe now by email. It is free! Join 1,850 email subscribers! Get my free E-Book: Healthy Vegan Christmas too!

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Vegan banana, avocado & carob pudding!

Today, I made these beauties!

Tasty vegan, dairy-free & gluten-free banana, avocado & carob puddings!

A while ago, I invented these similar puddings: Vegan banana, avocado & chocolate pudding. You can find the recipe: here!  They were superb!

I just changed 1 thing & left another thing out & made these stunning vegan, dairy-free & gluten-free puddings. They are superfast to make in your Vitamix. This recipe only takes about 2 minutes to make. It’s that easy! You can eat this right away or place them into the fridge to cool off.

Yummy yum, I say! 😉

Don’t you want to digg in?

Recipe: For 3 dessert cups = 750 ml

Ingredients:

2 very ripe bananas, speckled with black dots, peeled

1 ripe avocado, cut into 2, big stone removed, flesh scooped out with a large spoon

4 tablespoons of maple syrup

1 + 1/2 tablespoon of carob powder

2 teaspoons of vanilla extract/ I use home-made

2/3 cup of soy milk

Method:

1. Place all the ingredients in this order in your Vitamix. Place the fitting lid on with the tamper in it. Turn your Vitamix on low-speed, turn gradually from 1 to 10 & turn on high power. Blend until it is very well mixed. Push the tamper down & up, into all the 4 sides, to push the ingredients down into the blades. Stop after 30 to 45 seconds. Turn the high power off, turn from 10 to 1 & turn lower speed off too. The machine has stopped now. If it is too thick or not to your liking, you can add more soy milk & mix again. I didn’t do that. I liked my pudding a bit more thick. Pour into serving dessert cups, place cling film over the tops & place into the fridge to cool off, a while. Mine stayed in the fridge for 2 hours. Enjoy with a loved one! 🙂 Yummy yum!

You can also find this tasty recipe shared here: http://www.instructables.com/id/Vegan-banana-avocado-carob-puddings/

This recipe was also featured online here: Australian Carobs! I was featured for many recipes! 🙂 yes!

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