Potato Pizza – the best pizza ever!!!


Behold I got a pizza baking stone! And before you tell yourself, you are not going to try it out because you don’t have one, then don’t worry you can easily make a pizza from this recipe anyway (But seriously, go buy that pizza baking stone, the pizza will be so much better) So this will be one of my NOT low calorie recipes. I kind of live a 80/20 lifestyle, eating healthy and low calorie on week days and then make room for the less healthy on the weekends, and why not share some of these recipes with you guys?!

It’s so easy to make your own pizza, and it will be much better than the ones you can buy, I promise.


(makes one pizza)

Pizza dough:

150 gram pizza flour

1½ deciliter water

20 gram yeast

2 tbs. olive oil

1 tsp. salt


125 gram fresh mozzarella

3 tbs. Philadelphia cream cheese

3 slices Parma ham

2 stalks of fresh rosemary

1 potato, cut in thin slices on a mandolin iron or with a very sharp knife


Mix yeast with the water (the water should not be to warm or to cold), then mix it with salt, olive oil and flour. Set the dough away for an hour, and then it should be ready.

Preheat the oven for 200 degrees, put the pizza baking stone in the oven before you heath it (or else it will break)

Roll out the dough with a rolling pin, to circle that fits with the pizza stone.

Put the topping on the pizza, starting with the mozzarella and the dub a little of the cream cheese on, and then you can put the rest pf the topping on.

Take the stone out of the oven (careful, it’s insanely hot) and place the pizza gently on it, and bake it for 10 minutes.



Breakfast omelet with vanilla crème fraiche and strawberries

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So everyone who reads my blog, know how much I love protein in the morning and a sweet omelet is perfect to give you the right amount, to keep you full and happy until lunch. I eat eggs almost every morning, on week days I usually get an omelet and in the weekends I love to get poached eggs with hollandaise or the usual scrambled eggs with bacon and fresh fruit, in my opinion this is one of nature’s best products, it is filled with protein and the possibilities are endless when it comes to making variations, you never get tired of it. So here is another version for you:


2 eggs

A handful of fresh strawberries

2 tbs. Crème fraiche (I use the 18%)

2 tsp. vanilla powder

1 tsp. Acacia honey


Whisk the eggs in a bowl with one tsp. vanilla and pour it on a cold pan, turn on the heath.

Whisk the crème fraiche and the rest of the vanilla together, clean the strawberries and cut them in smaller pieces.

When the omelet is done, put you crème fraiche and strawberries on it and top it with the honey.

Voila there is the best possible start on the day – I always like to start the day with the idea that I actually got dessert for breakfast, but in a healthy way 🙂

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White Chocolate Christmas Stars


Happy 1st of December 🙂

These chocolate stars are so easy and simple to make, it doesn’t take more than 20 minutes. So if you’re looking for at an easy, yet still homemade Christmas snack, this is the one. You can of course choose to make it with dark or milk chocolate, but I really have a thing for white chocolate, so this was how I made them.


200 gram chocolate.

3 tbs. dried cranberry, chopped.

4 tbs. pistachio nuts, chopped.

You will also need a silicone mold, with whatever shape you want.


Heat up the chocolate until it’s melted, you can use a casserole or the microwave for that.

Pour some of the melted chocolate in the molds, top with cranberry and nuts and put it in the freezer for about 20 minutes. Voila now you have delicious Christmas snacks.

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