22 05 2017
17 04 2017
11 04 2017
What does Easter mean to you? For me, it’s a time of light, rebirth and new beginnings.
As I started spending it in the UK I also found out it’s a time for CHOCOLATE! haha! Are you with me?
You could very well start making some chocolate eggs that you completely have control over and decide what goes inside, but who has time for that?
My approach is: if it can be done as healthy, tasty and good looking in less time, let’s go with the latter option! It’s Easter Chocolate Cake time!
27 02 2017
I’ve recently made this recipe in our private Foodie Group and they’ve been a massive success!
I have quite a few variations, but with this one, I tried to simplify them as much as possible, yet still have them taste really good. See here for last year’s pancakes and here for a savoury crepes recipes.
10 10 2016
There’s nothing more comforting and easier to make than an apple, or any fruit for that matter, crumble served hot with a side of cream or ice cream. I love making either a sunflower seed vanilla cream for this or a berry sorbet. And so it was done. I’ve even managed to hide in there 2 courgettes! Shhhhh…that’s a secret, cause no one could tell. That gives it more liquid without needing to add any water or nut milk to the consistency. Yum!
30 09 2016
27 09 2016
As the outside temperature started dropping, the oven and steamer started increasing and I’ve been diving into orange veg county. A couple of sweet potatoes go a very long way in a green salad or mixed grain one.
The great thing is that the autumn harvest is packed with root veggies ready for you to dive into them, whether you’re steaming, roasting or stewing. They’re generally warming in nature and also happy looking, uplifting your plate and mood.
26 09 2016
We’re beating the Monday Blues with Monday Greens and today I have a protein smoothie to energise you and repair you after a workout session. Even without the workout, you’ll still benefit from this blend.
Pomegranates are fantastic (one of my favourite fruit, and so are persimmons!) and we’re just entering their season! Bring them on! With a history of more than 5000 years, the pomegranate was originally found in Persia and Brought in Europe by the Spanish Colonists.