Bloody Goodby Jävligt Gott
Gustav Johansson runs the blog “Jävligt Gott”, which is Sweden's largest vegan food blog. In "Bloody Good", Gustav shows us how we can cook both the dishes we recognize from childhood and modern classics in a new way. The dishes are based entirely on plant-based ingredients, but stay calm - Gustav teaches you how to best use them to get the right texture and the most flavor. And rest assured, it will be really good!
Very VeggieRecipes for the whole family
Very Veggie is no longer just a bestselling cookbook in paper form. Enjoy all of Sara Ask and Lisa Bjärbo's wonderful recipes in convenient app form! Their recipes are great for everyday family life – where good, tasty food should be cooked, even when time is scarce.
Swedish VeganBaking without egg or milk
With 9 bestselling vegan-baking cookbooks to her name, Karolina Tegeelar knows something about tasty desserts! Now her most delicious and popular recipes, developed over years in the pastry kitchen, are available in this gorgeous app. All recipes are made without eggs and milk, and many are also gluten-free.
VegourmetDelicious vegan recipes
Vegourmet is the eco-conscious food magazine from Sweden. The official app offers you the very best vegan recipes and photography from the magazines. That’s over 230 recipes spanning delicious categories from appetizers and street food, to main courses, soups, raw foods, drinks and desserts.
Filibaba SmoothiesRefreshing and tasty drinks
Berry, fruity, sweet, sour, rich in protein — find your favorite smoothie! Learn more about the plentiful vitamins, antioxidants and minerals in common fruits, berries and spices.
Veggie WeekendHealthy vegetarian recipes
Enjoy a delicious and healthy vegan (or vegetarian) weekend with Filibaba! Veggie Weekend is free to download, complete with 18 fresh and exciting recipes like Saffron Risotto, Chili con Frijoles, and Palak Tofu. Unlock additional mini cookbooks for a small fee! Or buy our cookbook bundle at a reduced price.