one thing i’m currently 100% obsessed with is baked sweet potatoes. the regular ones taste awesome as well but have you ever tried sweet potatoes, baked in the oven? OH MY. so this had to happen – a bowl full of homemade, oil free french fries with an homemade beetroot dip. the dip is made out of –
another cold winter day here in northern norway calls for another big bowl of homemade soup! this time i went for pumpkin and carrot soup, mixed with some coconut milk to give it a sweeter touch and spiced up with fresh ginger. here’s the recipe for everyone who wants to warm up as well –
this is gonna be a funny story.. for years – and yes, literally for years – i have been thinking of making banana bread. just recently though i rediscovered the joy of eating bananas, they are such a good and quick post workout snack and are great for hiking trips too. but anyways, there has been a period in my life… Read More
today i made my first homemade soup this fall which means winter is just around the corner.. here in the north of norway, summer barely exists and spring and fall aren’t too long either so with constantly low temperatures and lots of wind, winter is dominant mostly throughout the year. this doesn’t hold norwegians back from jumping into lakes and swimming in the… Read More
whenever my sweet potato cravings kick in i usually just dice one up and roast the little cubes in the oven at 200°C for about 20-25min or until they are soft in the inside and crispy on the outside.
this weekend got me into baking again and i was thinking about making vegan scones for a while now so i gave it a try and succeeded right away! i might be a little over excited about this recipe cause i made them already twice since yesterday morning – not sure if that’s what you call addiction?
what’s better than oatmeal on a cold october morning? right, oatmeal with berries, lots of berries. top it up with nuts, pomegranate seeds and shredded coconut to make it just perfect!
salad for dinner doesn’t have to be boring! and i can tell you, since this is how almost every lunch looks like for me. you can mix and spice it up with so many different things such as ingredients, toppings and even salad dressings. this one is made with blended mango and kiwi dressing – no oil, no vinegar, no salt, no… Read More
this one is yet another version of my two minute raw brownie – but substituting the raw cacao powder with some shredded coconut. perfect for snacking on the go or even for breakfast? :p
why is eating your greens so important? only a tiny small percentage of the average adults eat three or more servings of vegetables a day. potatoes, meat, dairy, wheat products such as bread or toast are the norm. if you’re in the majority who doesn’t eat veggies, you’re totally missing out on all the benefits they have to offer!
whenever i’m running late i usually go with oatmeal since it’s so quick and easy to prepare. but i’m not talking about instant oatmeal or prepackaged oatmeal, as a clean eater i try to stay away from these and keep my oatmeal as natural as possible.
yep, you’ve read correctly – it will only take you two minutes to make this raw brownie bar! yesterday i shared a picture on my instagram, describing my late night snack dilemma i had the other day. i was craving something sweet but didn’t have any energy balls or other healthy treats at hand so i decided to throw a couple things… Read More