Everything I Eat in a Week (vegan living alone)


It‘s time for another full length “what I eat in a week” – featuring lots of fun, tasty, pretty healthy and easy to recreate vegan recipes: Nutella & Oat Cookies, Lentil & Quinoa Burgers, Classic Spaghetti, Berry Avocado Breakfast Bowl … to just name a few 🙂 Hope you enjoy!

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The INGREDIENTS are posted in the pinned comment!

Recipes in this video:

#1 Toasted Almond and Cocoa Müsli Bowl

#2 Nutritional Yeast Crêpes

#3 Lazy Coconut Peanut Curry Sauce

#4 Late Night Green Smoothie Bowl

#5 Banana Peanut Butter Porridge

#6 Quinoa Lentil Burgers

#6.5 Quinoa Lentil Oat Cake

#7 Avocado Berry Yogurt Bowl

#8 Miso Hummus Salad Bowl

#9 Vegan Nutella & Oat Cookies

#10 Spaghetti w Marinara Sauce


intro by Kid Bloom:
Dan and Drum –
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River Spirit –
Mark Generous –
Naomi –
Trees and Lucy:

Fiji Blue –
Bruno Merz –
North Takoda –
board-man –
outro – fiji blue should’ve told you

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  1. ✨Ingredients ✨

    #1 Toasted Almond and Cocoa Müsli Bowl

    ⅓ cup small cut oats (33g)
    A handful of almonds, chopped
    a small handful of raisins
    a handful of whole wheat cereal
    ~1 tbsp puffed quinoa
    1 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder
    oat milk

    serves 1

    #2 Nutritional Yeast Crêpes

    ¼ cup nutritional yeast (20g)
    ½ cup + 1 tbsp all purpose flour (60g + 1 tbsp)
    ¼ tsp salt
    ½ tsp baking powder
    ¼ tsp curry powder
    ¼ tsp cumin or ras el hanout
    ¾ cup water (180ml)
    1 tsp apple cider vinegar

    a bit of coconut oil for the pan, re-grease the pan after you’ve cooked a couple pancakes
    use a non stick pan

    yields ~ 6 small crepes or ~ 4 bigger ones

    filled with avocado, smoked tofu, chives …

    for the hummus sauce combine:
    1 tbsp store bought hummus
    a squeeze of lemon juice (if your store bought hummus tends to be more tangy then no extra lemon is needed)
    1-2 tsp nutritional yeast
    1-2 tbsp water

    #3 Lazy Coconut Peanut Sauce

    1 tbsp natural peanut butter
    ½ cup coconut milk (125ml)
    1 tbsp tomato purée
    ¼ tso curry powder
    a pinch of chili flakes, salt (or to taste)
    ¼ cup water (60ml) or more to adjust the consistency
    add a squeeze of lemon if it’s too sweet for you

    serve with some roasted veggies and or salad or rice yummmm

    #4 Late Night Green Smoothie Bowl

    ½ zucchini, frozen (100g)
    1 frozen banana
    2-3 dates
    1-2 handfuls of fresh spinach
    1 tbsp vegan vanilla protein powder
    1 tbsp peanut butter
    soy milk (I think I added like ½ cup? prob a bit too much since it came out quite liquid-y)

    serves 1

    #5 Banana Peanut Butter Porridge

    1 small ripe banana, mashed*
    ½ cup oats, small cut (45g)
    a pinch of salt
    1 tbsp natural peanut butter
    ¾ cup water (180ml)
    vegan yogurt (I think I added about ⅓ cup = 80ml)

    *if you have a bigger banana, then only mash up half and cut the other half into slices to put on top

    serves 1

    #6 Quinoa Lentil Burgers

    ½ quinoa (90g)
    ½ cup black lentils (95g)
    2 cups water (500ml)
    after the 15-20 min of cooking add 1 cup small cut oats (90g) + ½ cup more water (125ml) – if it’s too dry add more water, in my video I added a full cup which in retrospect was a bit too much I think
    ¾ cup all purpose or spelt flour (90g)
    1/2 tsp salt, more to taste if needed
    spices like pepper, cumin, chili flakes to taste
    1 tbsp miso paste
    1 tbsp white wine vinegar
    add-ins of choice: I added 2 spring onions, a handful of basil, ½ block smoked tofu (100g)
    oil for frying

    For more firm burgers add more oats or flour, maybe ½ cup extra? (this recipe is not a fully fleshed out one, I definitely want to experiment with this one more, trying different ratios and stuff)

    serves 4 – 5

    #6.5 Quinoa Lentil Oat Cake

    same ingredients as for the burgers – just with an extra cup of oats and ¼ tsp more salt. Also a very spontaneous not yet fully tested recipe but it was quite yum haha

    yields enough for 1 8-9 inch cake pan
    keep in mind that I used idk some of the quinoa mixture for the burgers so If you're only doing the cake – you'll probably have to bake it for 10 minutes longer, do 45 min first then check and see how it's doing.

    #7 Avocado Berry Yogurt Bowl

    eyeballed most of the ingredients for this one:

    ~ ¾ cup coconut yoghurt (180ml)
    ½ avocado
    2-3 soft dates
    ~ 1 cup frozen strawberries (~150g)
    1 tbsp vegan vanilla protein powder
    oats and fresh strawbs for the top

    serves 1

    #8 Miso Hummus Salad Bowl

    an ensemble of raw veggies and beans
    a sauce consisting of 1 tsp miso paste, 1 tbsp store bought hummus, 1 tsp rice vinegar and 1-2 tbsp water

    #9 Vegan Nutella & Oat Cookies

    1 cup small cut oats (90g)
    1/2 cup whole wheat flour (65g)
    1 cup regular flour (120g)
    3/4 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp baking powder
    2 1/2 tbsp cocoa powder, unsweetened

    1/2 cup vegan chocolate hazelnut spread (150g)
    2 tbsp cold vegan butter
    1/2 cup apple sauce (125g)
    1/3 cup coconut sugar (55g)

    optional: a handful of chopped almonds, chocolate chips, dried cherries …

    yields about 14 cookies
    bake for 10-13 min at 180C

    #10 Spaghetti w Marinara Sauce

    2 spring onions
    1-2 clove of garlic
    olive oil for the pan
    1 tbsp tomato purée
    1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
    1 tbsp rice or agave or maple syrup
    1 can chopped tomatoes
    ⅓ cup water (80ml), more if needed
    1 tbsp miso paste
    salt, spices to taste
    fresh basil
    vegan cheese
    spaghetti (I cooked 100g for 1 person, but you could use this sauce for double the amount for sure)

  2. I would love you to recreate bryndzové halušky (eng. soft sheep cheese dumplings), which is a national Slovak dish. The dumplings are made out of potato dough, flour and water and a little bit of salt, then we add bryndza (soft sheep cheese) mixed with a little bit of sour cream and we eat them with smoked bacon cut in small pieces on top of it…It would be really interesting to see vegan version of this meal 😊❤️

  3. You can try Completo italiano, it is a typical chilean junk food😜 so simple to make! It is a hotdog with tomatoe and avocado with mayonaise on top, you need the following ingredients:
    -Hot dog bread
    -1 vegan sausage
    -tomato cut in cubes with a little olive oil and salt
    -some mashed avocado
    -vegan mayo
    Assemble like a hotdog, first putting the tomato and cover with mashed avocado, then put some mayo on top!!
    You can add sauerkraut too, its called chucrut here:)
    Hope you try it! Love your videos❤️

  4. Hi, just here to tell you I tried your protein bar recipe from a few videos back, the only thing I changed is that I used vegan protein powder in hazelnut flavor instead of vanilla, and girl I'm here to thank you because this can absolutely become my favorite protein bar recipe. Love love love it, soooo easy and delicious 😍

  5. for your next video i have two recommendations! the first is shakshuka, its a middle eastern dish thats basically just eggs cooked in tomato sauce (i've heard of people using silken tofu to recreate this!) and the other is ceviche from south/central america. my family makes it with fish but other countries use shrimp and seafood. its just fish, lemon juice, cilantro and some other additions! i used to love these foods when i was younger!! <3

  6. tofu for breakfast// my fav

    you will need;
    > half a block of plain tofu (i chop it in cubes)
    > some butter for frying
    > spices ( i use BLACK SALT!, pepper, paprika, garlic)
    > half of an onion
    > a couple of little tomatos

    so firstly, chop up the onion and fry it, add the tofu ( press the water out of it first), add the spices, fry as long as you'd like; put it with the chopped tomatos in a bowl or on a plate and enjoy! i also like to toast up a bread roll and spread some bread on it and yeah it's really fast and simple yet so tasty

  7. you should try a vegan brigadeiro that is a Brazilian desert and treat. there are many recipes but I like to make it this way:

    1/2 avocado

    2 medjool dates(soaked in hot water for 5 minutes)

    1.5 tbsp of cocoa powder

    1-2 tbsp of coconut milk

    dash of vanilla extract

    blend all ingredients until smooth and add you're favorite toping ( topings or optional but strawberries are really good with brigadeiro)
    ps: love you're videos

  8. Definitely want to try the burgers and spaghetti!
    For food from different countries, might I suggest kaiso salad or curry pan (curry bread) from Japan? Literally two of my favourite things ever. Ooh or omurice (rice covered with egg and ketchup) – that's a childhood classic in Japan! Idk how vegan or not these foods are and how easy it'd be to veganise them though…


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