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Polenta quince muffins with hazelnuts

Polenta quince muffins with hazelnuts

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Crispy pumpkin/sunflower seed bread

Crispy pumpkin/sunflower seed bread

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This bread recipe is quite simple and can be prepared in a very short time. It is healthy, contains many nutrients and requires only a few basic ingredients, which are typically …

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A cake for sporty people

A cake for sporty people

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Recipe for a healthy, dairy-free and gluten-free energy cake. Below is a recipe for a “sporty” cake that you can take with you wherever you go; whether it’s for a bike ride, a walk, breakfast, dessert or a picnic. This cake is easy to digest.

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Cherry taler with crumbles

Cherry taler with crumbles

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Today we bake something delicious: cherry taler with crumbles! A simple trick to better pit the cherries is to put them in the freezer for a few minutes beforehand.

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