Toast w Ginger & Vanilla Peanut Butter, Pineapple & Toasted Coconut Flakes

Peanut butter sandwiches are always nice, I think, I grew up on them 🙂 They also contain a lot of protein, and I like to add fruit to make it more complete nutrition wise.

Check list (for 1 person):

•  some (coconut) oil
•  1 handful of coconut flakes
  •  Peanut Butter w Ginger & Vanilla (see recipe)
  •  2 slices of bread (home made is the nicest, but any wholemeal bread will do)
  •  a few slices of pineapple
  •  vegan butter – optional


Way to go:
– in a small skillet, toast the coconut flakes (without oil). This goes rather quickly, so don’t walk away, and stir regularly. Take off heat
– toast the bread in the toaster or in a skillet with a bit of coconut oil
– quickly bake the pineapple so it is nice and warm
– put butter on the toast, if you want, and then the peanut butter
– top with pineapple, sprinkle coconut flakes on top
– make a tower to show off, or keep it simple 😉

Toast w Ginger & Vanilla Peanut Butter, Pineapple & Toasted Coconut Flakes

Toast w Ginger & Vanilla Peanut Butter, Pineapple & Toasted Coconut Flakes


Buckwheat & Spelt Loaf

Buckwheat & Spelt Loaf
A loaf with quite a distinct buckwheat flavour, very nice for hearty sandwiches. This makes a small loaf of two cups of flour, for a medium loaf, just add 1 cup of flour and ⅓ of all other ingredients. Please note total cooking time is without rising time 🙂
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Cuisine: vegan
Recipe type: bread
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You need
  • 1 cup of wholemeal spelt flour
  • 1 cup of buckwheat flour
  • 1¼ tsp Himalayan rock salt
  • 3 tsp dry yeast
  • 3 tsp guar gum (or xanthan)
  • 3 tbsp pumpkin seeds
  • 3 tbsp sunflower seeds
  • 2.5 tbsp olive oil
To do
  1. add yeast to ½ cup of warm water, let sit for 10 minutes
  2. in your food processor (with dough blade) mix all dry ingredients
  3. with a running motor, slowly add oil, then yeast mixture
  4. add more water until the dough becomes a ball
  5. transfer to a lined oven tray, sprinkle a bit of flour on top and some pips as well
  6. let it rise in a warmish spot, if possible, covered with a tea towel, for about 1 hour and 15 min.
  7. bake in oven at 200C till it sounds hollow when you tap it with a knife, in about ½ hour.
Let the bread cool down a little before you slice it.

I made the dough for this bread in the kitchen machine, but of course you can use a bread maker, which will probably give you a lighter texture. I just went for the quickest way 😉