Chocolate and Biscoff Brownie Recipe (Vegan)

Hi everyone! I’ve really been into baking lately. 

I’ve been invited to my friend’s house which is Gluten allergic and also to dairy -but oh well, no problem for that!

So, by looking into Gluten-free cakes to bake in order to bring it to her house for Tea and Cake, I’ve thought of a brownie.

In the end I kind of created my own recipe, so here’s the recipe for you guys to try out! (The result is really good, I’ve already had many different people that have tried and loved it!)

Biscoff isn’t gluten free, so I just didn’t add it for the pieces I gave me friend, by the way. If you want fully gluten free, maybe try anther spread on top 🙂


150g Chocolate (Dark, or plain…. Any chocolate that you think it’s the best)

100g Brown Sugar

2 bananas (and an half or three)

1 tps baking soda

100g Vegan butter (margarine)

Lotus Biscoff Spread

Steps (pretty easy really):

1. Turn up the oven to 180 degrees. Get all the ingredients ready. 

2. Mix the flour, sugar, baking soda together.

3. Peal the banana and smash them. 

Add the dry ingredients and mix them.
4. Melt the chocolate and vegan butter, gently. When melted, add it to the other ingredients. Mix.

5. Put the mix on a trail. Dispatch it well. 

6. Put it in the oven for 23 minutes.

7. Take it out the oven when ready. Put the brownies outside to cool it down. 

8. When it’s cool enough, take it in and put the lotus spread all over the brownie. 

9. Let it cool it down again. 

10. ENJOY! ❤


Travelling in Oxford, Vegan food

Hi there!

So I did a trip in Oxford and I kind of took time to find some vegan food but I wanted to share, for you guys to know where to go when you visit Oxford.

So I went to the Covered Market, and after trying to looking for options, my friend told me she saw a cute shop with vegan option and I was so happy actually haha

So here’s the shop, called Alpha Bar, in the back of the Covered Market. On the picture it looks closed, because they actually closed it two seconds after giving me my food ! I was lucky. And they were really nice !

So there wasn’t much choices left but I end up eating a cold salad of spicy chick peas // beetroot, with houmous as topping and some crusty seeds. It was yummy. There was another thing but I forgot the name of it.. it’s the cold oily rice rolled into a plant leaf. So yummy.

Then we were a little hungry later so we went to take a cake.

I went to Taylors, where a vegan cake was available. It was with coconut and chocolate, really good but too sugary. Depends on your mood I think, but it was too sweet for mine. But the balance with the good taste of coconut made this cake a success.

Then we left in the end of the afternoon so that’s all I ate in Oxford.

Hope it will help you 🙂