Kale stewed in cream and butter for a festive meal

stewed kaleStewed kale is often eaten in Sweden for Christmas. It’s also popular in Germany, but not on the Christmas table. In any case, it is rich in iron, vitamin C and vitamin A, so enjoy it with a clear conscience.
Cooking time: The cooking time can be reduced by 25 minutes using frozen kale, but fresh is much nicer.
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French toast, gypsy toast or eggy bread

gypsy toastFrench toast, gyspy toast or eggy bread. Whatever you call them they taste great! They make a good sturdy breakfast or a filling snack. Some add sugar in the mix, but it’s not necessary.
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Leek, lemon and chèvre cheese pie

Chevre, leek and lemon pieA luxury pie good enough for a dinner party, or a girls night in. Served with a salad and something nice to drink and the evening is done.
Cooking time: 90 minutes, including a break.
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Wholemeal scones with hazelnuts

Wholemeal scones with hazelnutsHealthy wholewheat scones that can be cooked in your kitchen or out on a hike on a gas cooker.
Cooking time: 30 minutes, including a 10 minutes break.
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Pumpkin soup – perfect Halloween food

Pumpkin soup for HalloweenThis pumpkin soup is perfect for Halloween, but you can make it using cauliflower too, for variation.
If you save any leftovers, save the parmesan cheese, the crème fraîche and the chives on the side.
Cooking time: 60 minutes, including a break.
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Scrambled eggs in the microwave oven – a quick post training snack

Scrambled eggs in the microwave ovenScrambled egg are nice and a good source of protein. Cooking scrambled egg in the microwave oven is very fast.
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