#1 What I Eat In A Week Running Season: 5 February – 11 February

First WIE! And we’re starting of with a very weird, hectic and busy week right away. On the 4th of Feb I moved back to Belgium after spending a semester in Italy. I moved back in with my parents, I have to share a kitchen with my family again and can’t cook for myself every evening anymore (sad sad sad, I loved cooking for myself).

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Elements for Life: brownies and hot choc (+ discount code!)

T’is the season to eat chocolate falalalalaa-lalalala. (Please tell me you sang it in your head.) But let’s be honest, when is it not the season to eat chocolate? Chocolate is an all day, everyday kind of thing.

This blog post has been long coming, but I’m queen at procrastinating, it’s almost shameful. You’d think that writing about brownies and hot chocolate would be something I wouldn’t want to postpone, but without making excuses for myself, I rather just watch, photograph and eat the chocolatey goodness than write about it. Honestly though, I’m drooling behind my laptop screen just looking at the pics of all this yumminess.

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IPumpkin walnut loaf (gluten free)

Pumpkin is such an autumn cliché. One leaf falls from a random tree and boom! everything is pumpkin flavoured. For a long time, this had been such a turn-off to start using pumpkin and pumpkin spice for me. Usually I’m turned off by everything that is hyped.

However, I admit to being wrong for neglecting pumpkin for such a long time. It’s actually a very versatile and very convenient ingredient. I am experimenting with so many different pumpkin recipes now, I even made pumpkin pancakes. Who am I? Giving in to these trends.

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Apple cinnamon bread with hazelnuts

Apple bread or apple cake, what’s in a name right? It does not really matter how you name this cinnamon-y apple loaf and I’m sure you will think so too after you’ve eaten a slice. Cinnamon, apples and hazelnuts, does it get any more autumnal? Not for me. So get baking, make yourself a cup of tea and cuddle up under a blanket and enjoy the taste of autumn.

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