Recipes

Autumn sweet pumpkin butter (vegan, low histamine)

27. September 2017

It's finally time again: autumn is here and that means cozy season. Tea, candles, hot soups and especially pumpkin are now on top of our well-being list. There is no better time to open our kitchens doors wide for the delicious autumn vegetables and try different recipes. I got the inspiration for a pumpkin butter mainly from american blogs, where it is used very often as bread spread and ingredient for pancakes or oatmeal. It is quickly prepared, wonderfully sweet, fruity, without refined sugar, seasoned with autumnal spices and a little ginger. Especially for allergy sufferers like me, pumpkin is the perfect vegetable, well tolerated, versatile and delicious. For this recipe I use different spices. Please pay attention to your personal tolenrancesand leave out whatever is necessary. I like to prepare a larger portion, which can also be frozen, so you always have something on hand. Hokkaido is particularly suitable because it does not need to be peeled. I mix it after cooking, skin and all! Have fun with trying the recipe!

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Moist Vegan Coconut Pancakes (low histamine)

15. September 2017

You can never have to many pancakes recipes right? For me a sunday without pancakes for breakfast is not real sunday. That's why I already wrote my 3rd blog post about the little delicious delicacies to bring some variety on the table. As you maybe noticed already , I love everything with coconut, so I wanted to create a recipe which contains coconut flour and my beloved coconut milk. The pancakes are super moist, thick and almost creamy. As always, they are without industrial sugars and are low in histamine. I replaced the normal baking soda again with my low histamine replacement, the tapioca starch can be replaced by normal corn or potato starch and the chia seeds by ground flaxseeds. The recipe is very versatile and as always super simple to prepare. Success guarantee included. For more inspiration, you can also check out my blog post about Gluten-Free Pancakes or Easy-Peasy Pancakes. Every breakfast is an absolute highlight with them. As a topping I used my carob "chocolate" sauce. You can find the recipe here -> CLICK. If you dont´t have carob powder, you can use normal unsweetened cacao powder as well. For those of you who have a histamine intolerance like me, carob is the perfect low histamine and tolerable substitute. Now I wish you a lot of fun with the recipe. Let me know in the comments how you like it.

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Creamy macadamia butter (low histamine)

31. August 2017

Hands up who loves nut butters as much as I do! Doesn´t it make any food better? As a topping on oatmeal or vegetables, in salad dressings or right out of the jar with a spoon, you just can´t go wrong. Unfortunately I had to make big changes with my eating habits after I was diagnosed with a histamine intolerance, especially with nuts, since most of them are to be avoided. I make sure that I use high quality macadamias for this nut butter. Natural, non-roasted and unsalted. Besides coconut, macadamia is the most compatible nut when you suffer from allergies or especially a histamine intolerance. It contains only a small amount of phytic acid, which can even be reduced by soaking. Of course it also tastes simply divine and is rich in unsaturated fatty acids. There´s a reason that they are called "queen of nuts"! You don´t need a high speed blender to blend the nuts . I use my 10 year old one and it works perfectly. Macadamias can be processed very easily because of the high fat content. You need inspiration how to use it? Here is a delicious example --> CLICK Have fun trying the recipe and enjoy!

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Overnight Oats Basic Recipe (vegan, low histamine)

22. August 2017

Today I would like to introduce you once again to a new breakfast idea that can easily be prepared the night before. It´s perfect for those mornings you´re in a hurry, when you need food on the go, something cool for a morning meal in the summer, or simply anything in between. Personally I love waking up knowing my breakfast is already prepared and waiting for me. This recipe fits perfectly into my theme #simplyconny. All you have to do is mix all the ingredients together in the evening and put them in the fridge overnight. Thats it! Sounds super easy right? It is. The recipe can be modified as desired (for example, with gluten-free oat flakes), doesn´t need any refined sugar and can be prepared with different ingredients and toppings. I try to keep the histamine low because of my intolerance, but there are so many different options. In this picture I used some blended blueberries and red currants as a sauce.I´ll upload some more overnight oat ideas in the future, today it´s all about the basics. If you´re very sensitive to histamine, it´s possible that storing overnight can lead to reactions. Please try it out for yourself. For me it works great and I have no problems. People without allergies can simply prepare and enjoy! If the overnight oats directly out of the fridge are too cold for you in the morning heat them up very quickly in the microwave. Or just you have a look at my basic oatmeal. Another variation for a creamy hot breakfast! Have fun with trying the recipe!

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The best carob “chocolate” crépes with macadamiabutter (vegan, low histamine)

6. August 2017

May I introduce you to a new, delicious, fluffy, chocolaty crépe recipe? My classic crépe are super delicious too, but this combination here with coconut milk, cinnamon, vanilla and carob powder is simply divine. If freshly made macadamia butter is used as a topping, well I´m in breakfast heaven. For this recipe I´ve chosen ingredients that are very low histamine, making it with as little allergens as possible. I used spelt flour, replaced refined sugar with with coconut sugar and normal baking powder with my low histamine replacement. Macadamia butter is a great low histamine topping alternative. You can find the recipe here! If you use apple sauce instead of coconut oil the crépes are even oil free. Due to my histamine intolerance I try not to eat cacao powder and use carob powder instead. The taste reminds a bit of cacao but it is not bitter, rather fruity, naturally sweet with a touch of caramel. Thus, when baking, the sugar can be reduced. Carob is the roasted, ground pulp of the carob tree and a real nutrient bomb. It is super well tolerated, contains little fat but a lot of fiber, calcium and iron. Of course you can use normal cacao powder for this recipe if you are not allergic. Have you already tried my juicy carob brownies? I promise you will become a carob fan. Have fun with trying the recipe!

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Hello! My name is Conny and this blog is all about simple, allergy friendly, vegan recipes and my journey towards a new life. Nice to have you here!

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