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Cakes & Co

Glass bowl with fig cookies
Fig cookies 

The­se fig coo­kies tas­te ama­zing and pro­vi­de gre­at sup­port for a healt­hy body. The pot­as­si­um and sodium con­tai­ned in figs sup­port neu­ro­trans­mit­ters, syn­ap­ses and neu­rons in the brain. In addi­ti­on, the phy­to­che­mi­cals con­tai­ned in figs help the immu­ne sys­tem in the intesti­nes to func­tion well.

Bowl with vanilla croissants
Vanil­la crescents 

Vanil­la cre­s­cents go won­derful­ly with the Christ­mas sea­son. This com­pli­ant ver­si­on does not requi­re but­ter and the cre­s­cents still turn out won­derful­ly crum­bly and fluffy. Natu­ral­ly com­pli­ant with glu­ten-free flour and real vanilla.

Ber­ry bread 

A frui­ty, sweet, jui­cy cake bread that is easy to make. It is very popu­lar with child­ren and is the­r­e­fo­re also sui­ta­ble for bak­ing with the family. 

Wild blueber­ry tart 

The dough for this tart comes tog­e­ther in a flash and is very clo­se to pan­ca­ke dough. Top­ped with wild blueber­ries, the cake is a won­derful­ly frui­ty treat. 

Plate with 7 cinnamon rolls
Cin­na­mon rolls recipe 

The basis for this cin­na­mon roll reci­pe are sweet pota­toes, which are rich in glu­co­se. Fil­led with a deli­cious, sweet cin­na­mon-date mix­tu­re and a choice of apple or almonds, they are a temp­ting litt­le bite that is hard to resist.

Vegan lemon cookies 

Cris­py on the out­side and soft on the insi­de, the­se temp­ting vegan lemon coo­kies melt in your mouth. Lemons con­tain vit­amin C and lots of cal­ci­um. A slug­gish and sta­g­nant liver needs the­se two buil­ding blocks to dis­sol­ve the fat cells it contains. 

5 Wild Blueberry Muffins
Wild blueber­ry muffins 

The­se are glu­ten-free, dairy-free, and egg-free muf­fins with the power of wild blueber­ries. They con­tain much more nut­ri­ents, anti­oxi­dants and heal­ing pro­per­ties than cul­ti­va­ted blueber­ries. Wild blueber­ries are to the liver what breast milk is to a baby.

Gin­ger­b­read cookies 

Gin­ger­b­read coo­kies are the per­fect tre­at for the holi­day sea­son! With warm­ing spi­ces such as gin­ger, cin­na­mon, nut­meg and cloves, the­se coo­kies bring a lot of com­fort, warmth and cozi­ness to the Christ­mas season.

bana­na wal­nut muffins 

The­se are temp­ting muf­fins with the sweet­ness of bana­na and the nut­ty fla­vor of wal­nuts. Bana­nas are rich in ami­no acids, which, tog­e­ther with high­ly bio­available pot­as­si­um, act as a cata­lyst for rich elec­tro­ly­te production.

lemon cake
lemon cake 

An incre­di­bly deli­cious cake for ever­yo­ne who loves the deli­ca­te­ly sour tas­te of lemons. It is easy to make and tas­tes good even wit­hout the cas­hew gla­ze. Lemons are rich in bio­available vit­amin C and calcium. 

Rugelach cookies
Ruge­lach cookies 

The nut­ty, sweet wal­nut fil­ling makes the­se coo­kies a temp­ting tre­at for spe­cial occa­si­ons. They are also ide­al as a break-time snack for the children’s school cans. 

Pineapp­le coco­nut donuts 

Tro­pi­cal fruits like pineapp­le and coco­nut make the­se deli­cious donuts a spe­cial tre­at. Even though they are made wit­hout eggs, dairy pro­ducts and gluten. 

Bana­na oat break­fast cookies 

A mini­ma­list reci­pe that uses only 4 ingre­di­ents and is quick to prepa­re. Child­ren also real­ly like the­se coo­kies and can easi­ly bake them themselves. 


A won­derful­ly frui­ty, jui­cy cake that is com­ple­te­ly free of glu­ten, sugar, unhe­alt­hy fats and dairy pro­ducts. Cher­ries are espe­ci­al­ly bene­fi­ci­al for women becau­se they cle­an­se the ute­rus of toxins. 

Cin­na­mon App­le­sauce Cookies 

The­se deli­cious coo­kies score with the clas­sic com­bi­na­ti­on of cin­na­mon and app­les. Enjoy the temp­ting smell when bak­ing and the won­derful tas­te when eating. 

Thumb bis­cuits with raspber­ry filling 

If you want to heal, you don’t have to fore­go enjoy­ment. The­se frui­ty, nut­ty coo­kies tas­te deli­cious but do not con­tain any harmful ingre­di­ents. A per­fect tre­at for many occasions. 

Raw blueber­ry pie 

This deli­cious cake is made using only raw ingre­di­ents and is a sweet tre­at for anyo­ne who likes dates and figs. Wild blueber­ries with a dif­fe­rence! The cake also tas­tes very good with raspberries. 

lemon cake 

For lemon lovers, this cake is a dream. It lea­ves not­hing to be desi­red in terms of tas­te, but is not low in fat and should the­r­e­fo­re be enjoy­ed on rare occa­si­ons. The cake is rich in vit­amin C and bio­ac­ti­ve calcium. 

car­rot cake 

A fire­work of spi­ces makes this car­rot cake so aro­ma­tic. Cin­na­mon, car­da­mom, vanil­la, gin­ger and cloves har­mo­ni­ze won­derful­ly with wal­nuts, car­rots and rai­sins and tog­e­ther crea­te a deli­cious cake. 

Cran­ber­ry oran­ge muffins 

Tart cran­ber­ries and sweet oran­ges com­bi­ne in the­se muf­fins to crea­te an irre­sis­ti­ble deli­cious­ness. Cran­ber­ries are rich in anti­oxi­dants that can help heal car­dio­vas­cu­lar dise­a­ses and atherosclerosis.

Dutch apple pie 

Jui­cy, sweet and fil­ling, this apple pie is a feast for the sen­ses. The deli­cious crum­bles are a per­fect com­ple­ment to the frui­ty apple filling. 

Pump­kin donuts 

Made with pump­kin and glu­ten-free flour, the­se baked donuts are a deli­cious but far healt­hi­er alter­na­ti­ve than their fried, wheat-fil­led counterparts. 

Spice cake
Spi­ce cake 

This cake is always per­fect. It’s per­fect for a bir­th­day cake, a Christ­mas par­ty or just a weekend with fami­ly or friends. 

Straw­ber­ry lemon slices 

The frui­ty sweet­ness of straw­ber­ries com­bi­nes with the refres­hing aci­di­ty of lemons in the­se straw­ber­ry lemon sli­ces. The wal­nut crum­bles har­mo­nious­ly round off the deli­cious slices.

Sweet pota­to and apple sheet cake 

An easy-to-make sheet cake that tas­tes won­derful­ly aro­ma­tic and jui­cy. Very tasty and quick to make, this cake is a hit for the who­le family.