These gluten free and vegan waffles are a great idea for Easter. Make them savoury or sweet and enjoy a great start of your extra long weekend off.Read More
This cake is truly luxurious. The biscuit made from chocolate and almonds, the layer of rich chocolate that covers it, the sweet fudge with sea salt, the tahini, and you could even add an extra layer of caramel with some coconut cream and powdered sugar if you want to go extra fancy. This cake is more than just a treat.Read More
If you want a quick and easy breakfast or snack to make without an oven, then rawnola is what you need. Seeing as it has become customary for us to start the day off with granola, it can be nice to mix things up a little sometimes. Oh, and if you add some extra dates or other dried fruits to this recipe, you can also make some delicious bars to take to school or work with you.Read More
Sometimes you’re just in the mood for a fancy and sweet-tasting pie. Banoffee pie with salted caramel and caramelised banana is exactly that kind of pie. It’s that kind of pie you really shouldn’t take two slices of, but you do anywayRead More
This has to be the easiest recipe we have, but we make this so often and we never get sick of it, so here it is anyway. This easy to make tahini dressing is delicious in a salad or with some grilled veggies. Or, if you make some quinoa with chopped raw vegetables, this dressing will finish it off perfectly!Read More
Granola is the perfect recipe for someone who can’t bake to save their life, but it is also a great basis for a good healthy breakfast, and will give you a happy feeling for the rest of the week.
To be completely honest, this is also my way of cooking and baking: throw a bunch of stuff together and pop it in the oven. But, of course, Food Bandits does sound a lot nicer. We make a big bowl of granola regularly, and I have some every morning with some fresh fruits, and Johann drowns it in almond milk.Read More
Does this post really need an introduction? I can’t even express how happy and relieved I am now that we have a great recipe for gluten free and vegan pizza, that also actually tastes like pizza. No offence, but cauliflower is not pizza and courgette is not pasta. Both are great as veggies. Definitely! But we want actual pasta and actual pizza.Read More
Vegan and gluten free baguette.This bread is fairly quick to make and tastes best if you eat it on the same day. But you can also have it the next day to soak in your soup. Bring in the (vegan) cheese platter!Read More
The structure of the polenta together with the sweetness and freshness of the orange is wonderful, so do make sure to give this recipe a try.Read More
For years I’ve said that fries were my favourite kind of food. Or at least until I began to realise that my body doesn’t actually react very well to it. Generally, it’s just too greasy for me, and on top of that I’ve also realised that eating fries actually makes me lose energy instead of gaining energy from it. So lately I yell about how much I love eating a whole jar of kimchi, and believe me I’m not even lying. The moment you open my fridge, you can just smell the fermented garlic and chili flakes. My other great love is sweet potato friesRead More
This recipe has cost us a lot of sweat, blood and tears. Even though you can create some gorgeous white peaks from aquafaba (the water you find in canned chickpeas), I now found out the hard way that baking an actual classic pavlova with it is still quite a struggle. I think we must have tried out at least ten versions of this cake, but in the end, right at the moment we had decided to give up if this one didn’t work either, we succeeded. TRead More
When I saw this vegan strawberry custard tart in the Vegan for good cookbook by Rita Serano, I knew I wanted it try it out. I immediately longed for summer when I saw those strawberries and the tart turned out to be lucious and tasty.Read More
Quick and easy noodles with a kombu broth option.Read More
Simple cakes are, of course, the best. Especially now that we’re so busy with selling our house, looking for a new house, Johann’s new job, and the new work for Food Bandits, we don’t really have the time to spend literal hours in the kitchen.
For this cake, you’ll only need a bowl and a wooden spoon, and you’ll be good to go!Read More
We’ve wanted to start a new series focusing just on quick and easy recipes to use on a weekly basis for a while. And now the time has finally come.
We do actually eat a lot of pies and cakes, but we also love easy recipes that don’t require a lot of ingredients. The reason why we didn’t start this series sooner is simply because I’m a very hangry person when it’s nearly dinner time. You could therefore even say that we haven’t started it yet, because we like to keep things pleasant during dinner. But there are a couple of Food Bandits classics that you have to try out!Read More
We are incredibly proud of our second cook book Andere Koek, and it’s honestly so cool to see all of your creations online. We also got a couple of questions about the book from you through Instagram and email.
Below we will try to answer the most frequently asked questions. If you haven’t bought our book yet, then we hope that this little FAQ will give you the final push into the right direction. That is, to the bookstore.Read More
A couple of weeks ago, we away for the weekend to look at houses in Groningen and Drenthe. Sadly, we couldn’t find what we were looking for, but we did get the chance to enjoy my favourite season. The sun was shining and there was a light chill in the air, which was followed up by some strangely warm weather, by the way. The leaves had turned golden and we gathered the first chestnuts of the year to roast. Luckily, Johann had baked this incredible Dutch apple pie the Thursday before, which we could enjoy alongside a nice hot cup of coffee in our garden after our walk. This way, house hunting went a lot easier and was less of a chore.Read More
It seemed like a nice challenge for us to try to create a vegan and gluten free version of this classic Christmas treat. And a quick bake version of it too, just in case you still need to catch up on Stir Up Sunday. The heating up of the ingredients makes the flavours even stronger, which will make you even happier when you taste all those wonderful spices, the orange and the coffee. I, at least, know for certain that we’ll be making this cake again for Christmas.Read More