Cheezy Cashew Dip

Cheezy Cashew Dip

If you love cheesy dips, I’m sure you’re gonna love this vegan alternative. It’s goes great with nachos, on pizza or with some cruidités. You only really need a blender and 3-4 ingredients to make it: cashews, miso paste ( that’s what gives it that cheesy taste ), water and garlic. Sometimes I also like […]

Carrot Soup

Carrot Soup

What’s invisible and smells like carrots? Bunny farts!! No worries, this post isn’t about bunny farts! 😀 But it does have to do with carrots, carrot soup to me more specific. I’m absolutely in love with this recipe. It’s so simple, yet so delicious. It’s one of the easiest meals to make if you ask […]

Stuffed Avocado Shells

Stuffed Avocado Shells

Aside from the fact that they are pretty expensive, or that one in 3 is either too raw or half spoiled, avocados are actually pretty great. You can eat them just as they are with a bit of oil and sea salt, stick them in a salad, use them instead of butter in your baking, smush […]

Yellow Zucchini Jelly

Yellow Zucchini Jelly

The other day I had a crazy moment of creativity ( maybe it was just a crazy moment). I was thinking, if you can use agar agar to make vegan cheese and fruit jelly, why not use it to make a savoury jelly to use as a spread for sandwiches? I had some yellow zucchini sitting in […]

Minty Zucchini Bites

Minty Zucchini Bites

I’ve had a lot of people ask me why the blog is called myFridgie. Well, there are two main reasons: firstly, because it sounds adorable ( always a big plus in my book ), and secondly, because when I began creating my own recipes, the ingredients in my fridge were my inspiration. There are so many beautiful, and […]

Tomato and Basil Bruschetta

Tomato and Basil Bruschetta

The other day I found some lovely fresh organic basil at the market, and sure enough my mind jumped to Bruschetta – delicious toasted bread with tomatoes, basil, olive oil, garlic, and black olives ( salivating yet? 😀 ).  Bruschetta is an antipasto, a typical Italian starter made with fresh, simple ingredients. There are some meaty […]

Classic Hummus

Classic Hummus

Any day is a good day for hummus! This delicious chickpea paste goes well on bread, crackers, with veg…and the best part, it’s oh-so inexpensive and easy to make. The only “costly” ingredient is the tahini paste, but one pot will last you FOREVER ( unless you nom a bowl of hummus very other day like me…then it […]