Big thanks to my mum who always cooks up some delicious vegan food for us! This recipe is an all - time favorite (and the leftovers are very nice for lunch the next day!).
No need for fancy kitchen appliances! You can make this cashew butter with a regular blender (I used my kenwood quadblade) and have a delicious spread, dip or (baking) ingredient ready in a short time! Enjoy!
This is one of my favorite dishes for colder months (or the colder days in summer!) or whenever I’m craving something comforting. It’s easy to make and will nourish your body with many nutrients :) Enjoy!
Easy and delicious! This is also a great recipe to meal prep or if you need some leftovers for lunch the next day! Tastes especially good with some arugula as a side salad and topped with hemp seeds :) If you like a lot of sauce on your pasta, just double up the sauce ingredients (or make less pasta - but I would always opt for doubling the sauce ).
This carrot-apple-orange juice is a perfect breakfast or brunch treat! You can also add some beetroot or ginger to it, use more veggies or more fruit - just try! Make sure to include a fat source when drinking it so your body can absorb all the nutrients! This is especially important for fat-soluble vitamins such as Vitamin A, E, D and K.
A nutritious easter (or year round) treat to enjoy! The ingredients are pantry-friendly (useful during these corona-quarantine-times), I always have frozen bananas at home and used it for this recipe! I just defrost them on low heat in the microwave.
This wild garlic pesto is a delicious pasta sauce, but it’s also amazing to enjoy with some risotto, tomatoes, bread or fried veggies! You can also use other greens to make this pesto, such as basil or arugula!
Seeds are quite popular, but do you know how to get the most out of them? Some seeds need to be shredded to unfold their potential, their nutrients vary and - of course - depend on the serving size!
Smoothies are one of the foods that every so-called ‘healthy’ person consumes every day. Let’s take a look on how healthy they really are, how to get the most out of your smoothie and some aspects to keep in mind.
Calcium is the micronutrient that most of us will instantly connect with milk and milkproducts, since this is what everyone (and every ad) tells us. But in reality, there are other foods that contain calcium and eating dairy does not guarantee an optimum intake.