eat colorful they said, it will make you feel good they said. YES, exactly! 🙂 the more colors, the better. get creative with the foods you put on your plate, it will benefit and nourish you as a whole, your body, your mind, and your soul. you will be amazed how you will gradually feel better as you feed yourself… Read More
who else would classify pasta under comfort food, probably even among top three or so? to be honest, i can’t even come up with any other food that is as quickly made and as delicious as pasta. you can also mix it up with many different sauces and ways of making it so it hardly ever gets old. since i’m… Read More
still in need for an inexpensive, thoughtful and delicious last-minute christmas present? try your luck with these coconut and cacao bliss balls, featuring all the good stuff and whipped up in no time, ready to crash any christmas party! in your food processor simply combine
why buying greasy, oily, expensive and last but not least, unhealthy potato chips from the store when you can simply make your own in less than twenty minutes? all you need is some sort of veggies – whether it be carrots, red or yellow beets, sweet or normal potatoes, parsnips, pumpkins and many more – a baking tray, and an… Read More
for some people it is hard to get their greens in.. well, not with these wraps! fresh spinach with homemade gluten free wraps, topped with a mix of quinoa, bell peppers, carrots and avocado is the perfect combo. it also serves as a change in our winter diet which mostly consists of pumpkin soups, casseroles, roasted veggies, and christmas cookies.
this christmas is going to be a little different.. not only will i be surrounded by palm trees rather than mountains covered with snow but also is it the first time i won’t be eating the usual christmas cookies made out of sugar, white flour and butter, lots of butter. instead, this year i’m gonna prepare myself some healthy versions of… Read More
this curry is a one size fits all kinda recipe, it’s gluten free and vegan, although it’s not a typical plant based recipe everyone would recognize at first sight. also, it makes great leftovers to be enjoyed later and can be made in big portions for when you have a few or more friends over. enjoy with some rice or mix… Read More
with this recipe up on the blog i’m officially transitioning from fall baking, including pumpkins in all forms, to christmas time and all its special flavors like cloves, cinnamon, oranges, cardamom, ginger and nutmeg. oh and of course, chocolate! my first attempt to welcome all these spices into my kitchen are these almond fig bites which taste exactly like christmas, perfectly gooey and… Read More
although today is december 1st, i’m not sharing a christmas cookie recipe with you – not yet, stay tuned for that! instead, i am sharing with you a traditional recipe for a dish that has its original roots in austria and bohemia, the central part of czech republic. there is no real translation for its name but we call it ‘mohnnudeln’ which… Read More
these cuties are the perfect little snack for on the go! quick, easy and even when dried, still more nutritious than any other fast food available when out and about. slice them up, pop in the oven or dehydrator until crispy and you’re ready to go! no excuses 👊🏼
smoothies are such a great way to start the morning but they also make a good afternoon snack when those sugar cravings kick in! if you have as big of a sweet tooth as i do, then this berry coconut smoothie will do for sure. here’s what you need –
you know this feeling when you bite into something and it’s all crispy and crunchy on the outside but so soft and fluffy on the inside? well, say hello to these easy, vegan, gluten free and absolutely delicious baked falafels made out of lentils, kidney beans and oats! do i need to say anything else?