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Wholesome, Healthy Sweets For The Fam!

Anna Berger Instagram: @veganlov |


Let’s Go Bananas! Food Hack! I can't imagine a life without bananas! They are the best base for nice cream and smoothies, and are perfect to replace eggs when it comes to pancakes, muffins, waffles, or any other baked goods. Whenever I bake something, there has to be a smashed banana in it.

Cleaning Ya System

I love to drink cold lemon water for detoxing. It's healthy, tastes good and makes me feel focused and fresh. If I eat a lot of unhealthy food for a few days, then I also love to eat one day raw to balance it out.

Must Try Discovery! For all the tiramisu lovers out there: try the combination of vegan curd and cashew butter! This combination is heaven! I haven't tasted such a full and creamy mousse for a long time.

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If you can dream it, you can do it. -Walt Disney

Consuming Consciously

As I decided to become vegan, my whole life changed. It´s not only about the food. You become more aware of what is happening around you; the animals, the nature, the people; you see everything from another point of view. After I became vegan, I started a dietitian apprenticeship and blogging, which were one of the best decisions of my life so far -- just because I became vegan.

Berry Cinnamon Buns



½ cup icing sugar

1 tsp lemon juice

Toppings: Berries Icing Sugar Lemon juice Nuts

Dough: 310g Spelt flour 160g Whole grain spelt flour 60g Brown sugar ¼ tsp Salt 155g Soymilk 80g Margarine 20g Yeast 155g Apple puree

Filling: 100g Margarine 230g Brown sugar 3tsp Cinnamon 4tsp Vanilla


Put the flour, sugar and salt into a big bowl and mix them. Put the soy milk, margarine and apple puree in a pan and slightly warm it up (Stir constantly). Try to reach body temperature, add the yeast and don’t stop to stir. Attention: When the temperature is over 40°C, the yeast bacteria will die and the buns won't ́t rise, so in this case, let it cool down before you add the yeast. Knead the flour mixture and the soy milk mixture together (knead 3 minutes). Cover it with a kitchen towel and let it rest in the sun (or any other warm place) for about an hour. Continuing with the filling, melt the margarine and mix it with the sugar, cinnamon and vanilla. 6. Preheat the oven (180°C). Cover your worktop with flour and roll the dough into a square shape.

Brush the dough with the filling (you can also fill it with some berries if you want to). Roll the dough up into a long starting at the long side. Then cut into 12 slices. Place the rolls cut side down on a with a baking sheet covered baking tray. Bake rolls in preheated oven until golden. Mix about 1/2 cup icing sugar with a little bit lemon juice and pour it over the buns (it works best if you let them cool down first). Top the buns off with some berries and nuts.

Red Velvet Pancakes


150g All purpose flour 25g Beet Root powder 50g Sugar 50g Oil (I recommend coconut oil because of the taste.) 1 Ripe mashed banana 150ml Soymilk 1 tsp Vanilla 1 tsp Apple vinegar 2 tsp Baking soda Topping of your choice


Mix all the dry ingredients. Add all the liquids and the smashed banana. Preheat a pan with on medium heat and grease it with some oil. Using 3 spoons each, cook the pancakes till bubbles appear on surface, turn and cook further until cooked through Top them off with the topping of your choice (I used soy yogurt, different kinds of fruit and some icing sugar.)

The 411 A vegan foodie from Germany with a big passion for breakfast, dessert and magical and flying food photos.

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