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Rusk casserole with apple

Looking for an alternative to breakfast again? The rusks dissolve nicely and therefore give a nice breakfast porridge (even when not baked). But here’s a recipe where you can put the whole thing in the oven.


5 pieces of rusks

20g sugar or alternative

possibly lemon or cinnamon


Preparation time: 10 minutes

Baking time: 15 minutes at 175 degrees top / bottom heat

  1. Preheat the oven to 175 degrees top / bottom heat
  2. Crumble the rusks and pour the milk over them
  3. Peel the apples and cut them into small pieces >

Kidney bean brownies

Super chocolatey, juicy brownies – that’s something fine. This recipe is without flour, so it is gluten-free and maybe therefore particularly juicy. In addition, comparatively little fat is added in the form of cooking oil for brownies. So you can plunge into the chocolate craze …


1 can of kidney beans

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

1 teaspoon Baking powder

1 tsp instant coffee powder

150g dark chocolate or chocolate coating


Preparation time: 10 minutes

Baking time: 30 minutes at 180 degrees top / bottom heat

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees top / bottom heat
  2. Put all ingredients in a kitchen jar and puree with a hand blender
  3. In the best case, dark chocolate is also chopped up with a food processor or with a knife
  4. Mix in the dark chocolate
  5. Grease the baking tin or line it with baking paper
  6. Fold in the mass
  7. Bake in the preheated oven for about 30-35 minutes
  8. A toothpick test can be done, but note that the toothpick will definitely be chocolate
  9. Let it cool down and enjoy

Pumpkin filled with quinoa

Yeay, pumpkin season has opened and with it the door for a whole lot of recipes. This is so simple and yet so delicious. Certainly you can have the whole thing accompanied by a salad or something green


1 small Hokkaido pumpkin

1/2 tsp Maggi vegetable broth

1/2 tbsp sunflower oil

50 g creme fraiche or cream cheese

50g more intense cheese e.g. Parmesan or Emmental cheese

Any curry


Preparation time: 30 minutes

Baking time: 45 minutes at 200 degrees top / bottom heat

  1. Oven at 200 degrees top / bottom heat
  2. Halve the pumpkins crossways and remove the seeds.
  3. Line the baking sheet with parchment paper and place the pumpkin halves on it
  4. Season with salt and pepper
  5. Braise gently for 30 minutes
  6. Wash the quinoa with a sieve
  7. Cook the quinoa with vegetable broth according to the package instructions (usually around 20 minutes)
  8. Take out the pumpkin and hollow out the pulp (but be careful, not too much so that it still retains its structure)
  9. cut onions
  10. Mix the pumpkin meat with onions, quinoa and cream cheese / creme fraiche and season
  11. Pour into the hollowed-out pumpkin halves and sprinkle cheese over them
  12. Bake for 10-15 minutes in the oven at 200 degrees top / bottom heat

Quark dumplings filled with mirabelles / plums

These dumplings are a great late summer meal. Mirabelle plums or plums grow in many in the garden and then taste particularly good. They are also healthy (good range of minerals and vitamins) and aromatic. They are well suited for cooking and baking, as they then develop a pleasant consistency and develop their taste even more.


for about 15 dumplings, depending on the size of the fruit

70g semolina (durum wheat or soft wheat semolina)

about 70g butter

about 400g breadcrumbs

Sugar, as desired


Preparation time: 30 minutes

  1. Melt butter in the microwave or on the heart
  2. Mix the quark, egg, sugar and melted butter
  3. Include flour and grits in the measurements
  4. Let the dough rest in the fridge for 1-2 hours
  5. Seed the mirabelle plums or plums, but leave them whole if possible
  6. Scatter flour over a large plate
  7. Moisten hands and first make a flat, round lump of dough, put in the fruit and cover
  8. Place dumplings on the plate with flour and dust
  9. When all dumplings are ready, bring the water to the boil
  10. Simmer the dumplings in water for about 20 minutes
  11. Meanwhile, heat butter in a pan and roast breadcrumbs in it, add sugar (approx. 3 teaspoons)
  12. When the dumplings are done, roll them in the pan
  13. The dumplings can still be enjoyed well with compote and / or vanilla sauce


Salad is in itself nothing complicated and you can or should improvise, depending on what the supermarket or even better the garden offers.

On the other hand, you can always get ideas from time to time: sauces, fruit, etc. In addition, one has to say that the situation looks somewhat different for immunosuppressed people. There are many restrictions: only peeled and herbs and spices only in a cooked state … With salads as a typical raw food dish, you have to do a little trick. Basic ingredients for me as an immunosuppressed person are cucumbers and tomatoes (you can also eat them hot washed).

For a better overview, a brief overview of the recipes:

Nice salad (with tuna and egg)

Salad with honey mustard dressing and melon

Salad with baked peaches

Nice salad


1 can of tuna (in this case with vegetables, everything else is possible)

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