But this post is actually about something that may look like coffee but is in fact a much healthier and yummier delight! Banana cappuccino! I made this for dessert the other day but it serves lovely breakfast as well and I hav to admit that since I made it for the first time I had it at least once every day!
It is refreshing and ridiciously easy!
All you need for a Banana cappuccino is:
- 1 Banana (preferably frozen)
- 3 litlle Icecubes
- 2/3 cup of non dairy milk (I used rice-soy milk)
- pinch of vanilla powder
- pinch of cinnamon
But everything into blender and blend for about 2 minutes
as toppings some really nice options are:
- some sort of nutbutter
- granola or muesli
- chocolate chips
- sliced up banana
- some more cinnamon
this is definately one of my favourite recipes in the world!
Besides eating this all day long I had some other very delicious meals. My Korean housemate decided to spoil me with some homecoocked Misosoup and Korean Vegetable Pancakes! It was delicious a very fun to make.
The Korean Pancakes are very easy to make. You just need:
- 1 small sweet potato
- 1/2 zuccini
- 1 cup of flour
- 1 egg
You have to cut the vegetables very thinly and then mix everything together. Place little dollops of it in a heated pan and bake for about 3 minutes on each side!
Although eating vegan most of the time I don`t mind eating an organic egg once in a while!
This was the end result! It was delicious and just what we needed on a cold and dark day in Hamburg!
I have some more recipes waiting to be published the next days but as for now that must be enough :) I'm leaving for the gym and am massively excited because I took a 2-days break due to a housemate casting we had on the weekend!
What is your favourite cuisine, nationality wise?