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Caramel soaked pumpkin fritters

Caramel soaked pumpkin fritters are just amazing as they sound and look. I wanted to recreate my utmost favorite side dish that tastes like dessert. These fritters are life changing and you'll want to make them for every Sunday lunch from now on. I thought they might be quite fitting for the Christmas day, just because absolutely spoiling yourself is what it's all about!
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Golden carrot parsnip stew

Golden carrot parsnip stew is my favorite stew at the moment. I haven't made a whole lot of stews just because soup has been on my agenda, but gosh what have I been missing. This golden lentil carrot and parsnip stew are so super delish! I have been making it on repeat three times in a row, so you got to know it's seriously good! 
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Immune boosting green soup

Immune boosting green soup is a super tasty nutritional boost that you've just been looking for. If your down in the dumps with a cold and the festive season is right around the corner, this soup will certainly set you straight! It's filled with spinach, pea, coconut milk and nutritional yeast, all the good goodies. You'll be ready to celebrate in no time! 
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Harissa roasted vegetable medley

Harissa roasted vegetable medley is a perfect winter afternoon lunch idea. It's packed with flavor and takes less than an hour to put together. The flavor's of the harissa and honey roasted chickpeas, work so well with the crunchy and sweet roasted vegetables, sumac roasted cauliflower, juicy plums, pomegranate jewels and salted pistachio's. It's a nutritional dream bowl for the flu season knocking on your door! 
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Super spinach falafel bowls

Super spinach falafel bowls are coming to my rescue this week. It has been a week post vacation and while winter is in full swing I haven't gotten the hang of the cold just yet. Neither has my son, and he is not a happy camper when the flu bug has gotten a hold of him. This ever so nourishing bowl was absolutely delish and I have fallen in love with these super easy falafels. 
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Spelt rye bagels

Spelt rye bagels are a super healthy and quick lunch alternative. These fluffy and nutritious bagels can be made ahead of time and frozen. So whenever the need strikes for a fresh bagel, you can grab one out and toast em. They are especially tasty with some pesto, pickled red onions and some cheese.
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Rocket miso pesto butter Semolina

Rocket miso pesto butter Semolina with roasted tomatoes is such a beautiful dish. It took no more than twenty minutes to make this whole complete dish that can be enjoyed all on it's own or as a side dish for the festive season ahead. The cherry vine tomatoes are sweet and tangy perfect with the creaminess of the semolina. 
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Ultimate rustic veggie burger

This ultimate rustic vegan burger is a quick and healthy for those evenings or lunch where you just need something special. I am not going to lei making these burgers takes a bit of effort, but the effort is oh so worth the taste and the crunch. I have been wanting to make my very own vegan burger for ages, but with time not so much on my hands to do it all myself, I always opt for the easy meals. Luckily this time I started early with the prep time and in no time we had fresh patties on homemade pretzel buns. It was so worth it! 
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Burnt butter pumpkin linguine

Burnt butter pumpkin linguine is a perfect fall dish. It's so comforting, sweet and deliciously tasty. I made this dish in 30 minutes and it was so simple to make. It has all the tastes of fall right at the tip of your fork. Swirl em up and dollop of this generous, nutritious fall comfort dish!
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Pumpkin fritters

Pumpkin fritters are vegan and oh so delicious! I was so surprised by these fritters that I made them two days in a row and even my better half could not tell the difference. They are crunchy on the inside and super soft and chewy. They remind me so much of my mother's pumpkin fritters that we would have for Sunday lunch and I think even she would say that they are tasty.