I’m thrilled to have you visit. On this website you will find a growing selection of recipes that are either vegan or pescetarian and are suitable for people who want to maintain an anti-inflammatory diet that avoids all saturated fats, is free from trans-fats and has gluten-free options for most of the dishes. I’m in the process of publishing a series of Lotte Wild Cookbooks with the first one now available on Amazon. As this website grows it will contain lots and lots of ideas and recipes as well as the odd post on other dietary and lifestyle themes such as exercising, meditation, stress relief and more. If you don’t want to wait you can always visit my Amazon Kindle Store to buy the books as they become available.read more
Chocolate Banana Dessert is probably my favourite dessert of all time. That’s not just because this dessert ticks all the boxes of my dietary requirements but because I just love it. Period. I mean, can you tell me what’s not to like about chocolate? Or Bananas? They are like the perfect match, the perfect fit. Bananas and chocolate are culinary soulmates. This recipe is the match made in heaven, it’s more than the perfect date, it’s like Romeo and Juliette. They were just made for each other.read more
I like warm winter fruit desserts on cold winter nights. There is nothing better to warm you from the inside than a warm vegan winter fruit dessert preferably sitting in front of a cracking fire. I don’t know what winter is like where you live, but here in Ireland winter seems to want to linger a bit longer these day giving us plenty of cold frosty nights.
For this vegan dessert I cored some apples and stuffed them with a mix of dried fruit and spices. I added some cold pressed rapeseed oil and brown sugar to the mix. You can substitute both by using a liquid sweeter like honey or a fruit concentrate to bind the fruit mix together for stuffing. With those adaptations you could make this dessert without any added sugar just using the sweetness of the juice concentrate and the fruit.read more
This fruit compote is both sugar-free and contains no added fat. All the sweetness comes from the sugar that is naturally contained in the fruit and the fruit juice that are in the ingredients to make this dessert. For a dessert to be in line with the health recommendation set down by health authorities such as the Harvard School of Medicine, they need to be fat free and contain little or no sugar. For more information on Anti-inflammatory Dessert cooking click on this link. It is one of the best Anti-Inflammatory Dessert Recipes and I make this at least once a fortnight during the winter months. Dried fruit is a great natural sweetener if you want to avoid using refined sugar. The natural sweetness of the fruit can be untapped really well if you heat the fruit or the dishes you want to prepare with the fruit. Try chopping up some died fruit and add it to your oat flakes when making your porridge in the morning.read more
Candied Almonds are probably one of the yummiest snacks available on any German Christmas Market. If you’ve ever had the good fortune to visit one of these old, traditional markets you will know what I’m talking about. Just the smell of the sweet, freshly roasted nuts makes my mouth water. I am nearly ashamed to say that it took me until very recently to try to make these myself. I love snacking on nuts. I used to really enjoy nut brittle until I broke a bit off one of my molars! Thankfully my dentist was able to fix it within a couple of days. Still, ever since then I’ve since given the nut brittle a wide berth.read more
Non Dairy Vegan Festive Dessert – Apple and Almond Syllabub
A great non dairy vegan festive dessert is this apple and almond syllabub. It’s perfect for the festive season when there is an abundance if apples around especially if you are lucky enough to have a garden. But apples can be easily purchased in any local shop too. Slightly tart, sour apples like cooking apples are especially suitable for this recipe because they burst with flavour and hold on to that apple favour through the cooking process.
As this dessert also looks great and tastes divine and it is perfect if you are dinning with family and or friends around Thanksgiving, Christmas or for other a special occasions. The recipe uses yoghurt, apples and almonds. It is really easy to make, just follow the instructions below. I like to cook the apples with a little bit of apple cider or white wine if I’m stuck but you can obviously substitute that with a non-alcoholic beverage like apple juice.read more
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