Vegan Chocolate ‘Crème’, Plums & Tarragon

You can still make this recipe and enjoy while Fall is still lasting, with plums like the green Reine-Claude and some blue ones called 'quetsches' in French (yes I know, hard to spell huh?). The mix might seem strange at first sight but trust...

Fig Compote, Yogurt, Lime Zest & Hazelnuts

Hurry, Hurry, grab all the figs you can get on the market stalls before they are replaced by winter fruits ! Here are some recipes to savour them before they come back next year. Today, I want to share a simple recipe of a fig compote served with...

Roasted Spiced Pineapple

My first recipe dedicated to...pineapple ! And what a recipe, I've never tasted something like that ! Some pineapple rolled into spices, normally used for salty recipes... I cannot tell you anything more but to try this one. And do not forge...

Vegan Papaya Mousse

Growing up in Africa, I'm really found of papaya. I found some amazing and tasteful ones in a small exotic fruit vendor, not far from home. Loaded with fibers, the papaya is also a highly concentrated with vitamins (especially E and C) and lots...

Strawberries, Lemon & Sage

Medicinal plant used since the Antiquity, sage has a scientific name 'Salvia' taken from the Latin 'Salvare' , which means 'to heal'. It has countless vertues, one of them being to ease the digestion. A sage herbal tea will help digest one heavy...

Pomelo Curd & Lychee Tartlets

It's raining cats and dogs... and when it's raining, we are free to bake delicious pomelo and lychees tartlets ! The crust is the one I've used for my apple or nectarine tart and it is completly vegan. The cream is a 'lemon curd' base but egg-f...

Dried Fruit Salad, Honey & Lemongrass

This recipe was originally nammed ‘winter fruits’ recipe and when I looked at it to publish it, I realized it was not only a winter one… Dried fruits can be eaten all year long and all full of virtues. The first essential one is that th...