Good morning Friday

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YES, It is Friday. The day I’m always looking forward to. This week has just been  full speed ahead but at the same time snail’s pace. It is therefore nice to know that it is finally FRIDAY !

This friday is intended to be great. I have today sleep in and I’m starting the day with this delicious breakfast of vanilla skyr (A danish dairy product that is very high in proteins, it is very similary to greek yoghurt), with layers of blueberries, chopped appels, strawberry pure and granola with roasted pumpkin seeds and sunflower seed. For me one of the best way to start the day, with the most important meal 👌🏻👏🏻

Later I’m going to school and tonight I’m going to a costume party because on Sunday it is shrovetide which we shall celebrite with cream bun and for the kids costume and hit the cat out of the barrel – no worries it is only what we call it, no cats are going to be harm.
I have for this party borrowed a bear costume from my sister, Thanks Sis.

What are you plans for the weekend and do you celebrate shrovetide?

Have a lovely FRIDAY ❤ But first Hot Chocolate & ‘The One’ 😛
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The Best Oat Bread Rolls – Havreboller

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These bead rolls are some of the most amazing bread rolls I have ever made and they are so healthy. These buns are perfect for you or your kids’ lunch, after a workout, for breakfast, brunch or as a snack.
The buns are so healthy, full of dietary fibre and wholemeal and they are really easy to make. They don’t need to rise and still they are so soft and lightly.

What you need:
3 tablespoon psyllium seed
½ L lukewarm water
100 g oatmeal
100 g oatmeal flour (blended oatmeal)
125 g whole wheat flour
100 g sunflower seeds
150 g grate carrots
2 teaspoon oil
1 teaspoon salt

Mix the psullium seed and the lukewarm water in a big bowl.
Then add the sunflower seeds, the salt, the oil and the carrots to the bowl and mix.
Add the oatmeal and mix it well. Then add a little at the time the oatmeal flour and the whole wheat flour.
– It will be easy to use your hands to mix it well.
You will now have a dough which is a bit heavy and compact, but don’t worry you rolls are going to be light and soft.
Shape the dough into 11 even bread rolls. Bake them for 35- 40 min. in a preheated oven on 200°C

NB: When the buns are done, it is important that the cool down or they will be sticky and not light.


Disse boller er nogle af de bedste og mest fantastiske boller jeg nogensinde har bagt, og så er de enorm sunde. Disse boller er perfekte til din eller dine børns madpakke, efter træning, til morgenmad, brunch eller som et mellemmåltid.
Disse boller er super sunde, fyldt med kostfibre og fuldkorn, og de er super lette at bage. De behøver ikke at hæve og de er stadig dejlig luftig og bløde.
Du skal bruge:
3 spsk. loppefrøs skaller
½ L lunken vand
100 g havregryn
100 g havremel (Blendet havregryn, så det har en fin lidt grov mel struktur)
125 g rugmel
100 g solsikkekerner
150 g revet gulerod
2 tsk. olie
1 tsk salt

Bland loppefrøs skallerne med det lunkende vand i en stor skål.
Tilsæt solsikkekerne, salt, olie, revet og gulerod til dejen og bland det godt.
Tilsæt herefter havregryn og bland det i dejen.
Tilsæt herefter havremel og rugmel lidt efter lidt til dejen.
– Du vil nu have en lidt tung og kompakt dej, men bare rolig du vil stadig få dejlig luftig og bløde boller.
Form dejen indtil 11 lige store boller
Bag dem i en forvarmet ovn på 200°C i 35-40 min.
OBS: Når bollerne er færdig bagt, er det vigtigt at de køler helt af inden du skær dem over, ellers vil de være klistret.

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Tast amazing with a slice cheese and strawberry jam – Smager fantastisk med en skive ost og syltetøj. 

Xoxo Blue Ducklings

A Look Back

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It is time to take a look back on this week’s small moments.
I started my last day before back to school, with late breakfast, here overnight oatmeal topped with fresh blueberries and cinnamon, and by watching children programmes. I have great memories for my childhood watching Curious George and Postman Pat.

I worn a summertop bought in Hong Kong and a clasic blazer -totally business women-, at my first day back in School.
Went all in on “The Bandana Trend”, by wearing a matching t-shirt to my bags bandana.

Det er tid til at se tilbage på denne uges små øjeblikke.
Havde en blomstrede sommertop købt i Hong Kong, og en klassik blazer på, den første skoledag i 3.g. Totalt business woman.
Gik all in på The Bandana Trend, ved at have en matchende t-shirt på, som passede perfekt til min taskes bandana. 

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Made a this DIY Proejct for my friends 18th years old birhday party. A frozen money Pizza. She got really happy. She had wished money but now she also got the perfect treat against hangover. There was to much Vodka, do I need to say more ? 😛

Lavede dette projekt for min venindes 18 års fødselsdags fest. En frosen penge Pizaa. Hun blev virkelig glad for den. Hun havde ønskede sig, lige præcis det hun fik, men derudover fik hun også tømmermænds mad til næste dag. Der blev indtaget en del vodka, behøver jeg og side mere. 😛 

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Made this bunch of flowers from our own garden. Pink roses and oranges mariegold in my lovely Kähler vase.
Lavede denne smukke buket af blomster fra vores have. Lyserøde roser og orange morgenfruer, i min elskede Kähler vase.


EBay have you been up to this week?

Hvad har du lavede den sidste uges tid ? 

Xoxo Blue Ducklings

Goodmorning Hong Kong

 Baked bun with BBQ Pork

Dumpling Steamed BBQ pork and chicken 

  Siu Mai topped with black truffle (some of my favorites) 

 Pan fried Chinese thin pancake

Deep fried spring rolls 

I mens jeg har boede her i Hong Kong, har vi næsten spist ude ved alle måltiderne. Køkkenet i lejligheden, som vi bor i er meget begrænset, både i forhold til plads og udstyr – Der er ingen mikrobølgeovn eller alm. Ovn, kun en kogeplade og så selvfølgelig en riskoger-. Derfor spiser vi nogle gange Dimsum, som er en masse små retter man bestiller til bordet og så er det ala buffe og først til mølle princippet. 

While i have been Living in Hong kong i have been eating out at almost every meal. The kitchen in the apartment is very small and doesn’t contain much -a stove and a rich cooker, no oven or microwave-. At the morning we ofte eat dimsum where you order a lot of small dishes and then it is a buffe and who eats it first.   

Xoxo Blue Ducklings