Cosy Autumn Meals | Vegan What I Eat in a Day with Recipes


Hi guys,
I hope you will enjoy this autumnal what I eat in a day and get some ideas for what to cook this week. Wishing you all a lovely day!

Malin x


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🌿 Tahini and date overnight oats, 2 servings:
1 cup oats
2 tbsp hemp hearts
2 tbsp milled flaxseed
0,5 tsp cardamom
1,5 – 1,75 cup oat milk
2 tbsp tahini
4-5 fresh dates

Combine the dry ingredients in the bowl of an airtight container. Mix well to combine. Pour in 1,5 cup of oat milk followed by the tahini. Remove the pips from the dates and chop them up into small pieces. Add the pieces to the bowl and mix well. Place in fridge over night or for at least a couple of hours before serving. If you find that the oats are a bit too dense when you take them out stir through the remaining 0,25 cup worth of oat milk to loosen it up.

Serve with your favourite toppings, I used fresh figs and granola.


🌿 Nordic style fried rice with wild mushrooms, serves 2:
1 red onion
250 g mixed mushrooms (I recommend using a blend containing some type of chanterelle)
100 g kale or cavolo nero
1 tbsp vegan butter
1 tbsp olive oil
2 cups of cooked rice, I used a mixture of brown and black rice cooked with some red quinoa but any whole grain rice will work well
1 cup cooked lentils, I used beluga lentils but green or brown would work well also
0,5 tsp aleppo chili flakes
1 tsp citrus seasoning, I used Simply Organic brand
Salt and black pepper to taste
4 tbsp vegan cream cheese, preferably garlic or herb flavoured

Slice the onion into half moons. Slice chunkier mushrooms and leave smaller or more tender ones whole. Remove the leafy part of the kale from the stem and rip it into bite sized pieces.

Heat the vegan butter in a skillet over medium heat. Once melted fry your mushrooms with a pinch of salt until they have released a lot of liquid and this has cooked off. You want them to get some colour and for the flavour to intensify. Remove from the pan and set aside while you prepare the rice.

Heat the olive oil in the same pan, no need to clean it in between. Fry the onion until slightly softened and then add the kale leaves and fry them until they are softened. Add the rice and lentils and season with chili flakes, citrus seasoning, salt and pepper. Stir fry for 4-5 minutes. Taste and adjust the seasoning.

Serve the rice in bowls and top with the fried mushrooms and cream cheese.


🌿 Peanut butter noodles, serves 2:
2 servings worth of wide rice noodles
0,25 cup peanut butter
0,25 cup soy sauce
1 tbsp rice vinegar
1 tsp toasted sesame oil
1 teaspoon maple syrup
1 garlic clove
1 bell pepper
2 carrots
1 spring onion
A handful of fresh basil leaves
0,25 cup peanuts, crushed

Soak or cook your noodles according to package instruction. If in a hurry you can always boil the noodles gently until cooked even if the package instructs to soak them. Drain and set aside.

Make the sauce by combining the wet ingredients as well as the garlic clove which you can either mince finely or press. Mix well to combine. slice the bell pepper finely and julienne the carrots.

Rinse the noodles quickly under some cold water and then combine everything in a mixing bowl or the vessel you prepared the noodles in. Toss to combine. If you find the sauce is not coating the noodles nicely add 1 tbsp of hot water and toss again. Repeat this process until the noodles are nicely coated.

Serve in bowls and top with crushed peanuts, sliced spring onion and fresh basil.


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  1. Yum! I love your food! Thank you for sharing these great inspiring dishes. What are your thoughts about people being concerned about the presence of wasps with figs? Some people are saying that because of this, digs are somehow not vegan. I’m just wondering what you think of this. Blessings πŸ™πŸ½

  2. My favorite tea is rooibos with vanilla (which I am drinking right now lol) πŸ™‚ Those bowls are gorgeous and your food also look really great in them. Beautiful color palette! I never get sick of your overnight oat recipes. You are like an overnight oats goddess haha

  3. I have always like the sponsors you have, they fit the feel and focus of your channel really well, so it never feels intrusive or forced.

    Do you have recipes you veganized that are childhood/personal favorites? I know I struggle with doing that. I feel like that would be a very sweet, inspiring episode

  4. Hi Malin!
    So many good suggestions already given. Seasonal ingredients, food prep, maybe eating for immunity in autumn/ winter. Would you also share how you "cope" with the dark and wet weather…self care, what motivates/ inspires you , during those dark months?
    As always I love the music, slow pace, scenery and food of course πŸ˜„ in your videos…πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ΅οΈπŸΏοΈπŸπŸ‚πŸ”₯πŸŒπŸ•ΈοΈπŸ πŸ„

  5. Fresh ginger, lemon and honey tea is my favourite. I love to have new ideas for Christmas vegan and gluten free. I cook for a large group that must have turkey and then 3 of us who need s gluten free simple option. I get so much inspiration from these videos. It is getting cold here too in the mountains of British Columbia. Thank- you for your beautiful videos.