:) being on the war-trip against colds, tiredness and other fall diseases I created this strong boost with plenty of healthy content. I followed the rule: eat a rainbow everyday (in this case “drink”) and had all colours of a rainbow into my blender. And what happens when you mix all rainbow’s colours? Yea! It turns warrior black-grey. I promise it tastes more fruity than it seems, but I somehow like this strong look, it for sure fought away all oncoming sneezes! for 1,5 lite
some warming ingredients for the colder season… now, I really really had to try this out! squash, as they call it in Sweden… zucchini-ice cream =:o As it’s season and I got the garden full of it. see here how it went: for 4 cups of 2 “balls” you need: cinnamon nice cream: 150 g of white zucchini meat (uncooked and frozen in smaller pieces) 1 big banana (frozen in small pieces) 1 tbsp of cinnamon
1 tbsp of honey (if needed) some cacao nibbs as sprinkle peanut butter nice cre
and the berry season keeps going :) now it’s wild lingonberry time :) we are out and about picking these wonderful superberries that are sparkling on the mossy ground, bursting full of organic acids, vitamin C, vitamin A, B vitamins and the elements potassium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus for 4 cups you need: 2 hand full of frozen lingonberries (all other berries go well) 2 sliced and frozen bananas 2 tbsp of honey combine all ingredients in a blender or food processo
for happy mornings with your kids (or just for your own amusement) I have a super quick chia porridge that fuels you with all the nutrients you want to start an active day with: proteins, calcium, magnesium, omega fats, vitamins… for 1 Willy you need: 2 tbsp of chia seeds some vanilla powder 1-2 dl non-dairy milk (nutmilk, oatmilk, sometimes soy) fruit for decoration, here gojiberries, apple, raisins and banana. depending on the milk you take you want to a a dash of some heal
living in Sweden these days means having to be VERY fast in order to catch that warm and sunny moment … that ice cream moment…. which means being in dear need of the ”quickest ice cream in the world recipe”….
and this one I guarantee is fast, almost faster than opening your freezer and picking out some bought variations, in case there are any lingering around ;) for a big portion of two: open your freezer and see what kind of red berries you might have (ca. 220 g) peel two r
another recipe taking care of your cleansing and the spring greens popping up everywhere, even in the northern hemisphere - mind you we still just got around 10 degrees here in Southern Sweden…. :( this recipe is inspired by the “inventor of green smoothies” Victoria Boutenko, we lowered the original amount of dandelion, tried it on our “not at all raw” grandfather, and he requested more! no more complaining about the dandelion leaves in your beautiful meadows!
here is how t
so, you think I am having my green period?!?
well, yes, it’s that time of the year and I have been LOOONGING
for those greens to peek out again, long time no see in Sweden…
today I could not help but free the first birch tree of it’s tiny tiny leaves.
they are known for their vitalizing and cleansing attributes.
add some chia and you have a very satisfying and cleansing start of the day. for about ½ liter of smoothie you need:
one handful of small birch leaves - the to
still waiting for the greens to sprout outside I created tonight’s desert
from our “breakfast waste”. (we had chia porridge and smoothie) fruit crème with mascarpone topping – without mascarpone ;) for you that ate up all your breakfast today, this is the recipe from scratch: makes 4 midsize glasses fruit creme:
4 tbsp chia seeds 2 tbsp blueberries
2 dl nutmylk, I took almond here (preferably self made ;) ) mascarpone topping:
4 tbsp almond pulp (if you
I admit, I slowly but surely let my family enter the kitchen as well, so here comes a VERY smooth smoothie that the man in the family served us for breakfast just recently. loaded with vitamins and all goodness he could find in our kitchen, your five servings of fruit per day :)
and the best: it went INCREDIBLY fast. perfect for breakfast grouches! for three glasses (or one thermos) you need about: 1 orange 1 kiwi 1 apple 1 banana 1 tbsp coconut oil 2-3 dl blueberry juice (1
finally, finally we got our new batch of blueberry juice freshly from the woods of northern Sweden :) (ok, they were frozen by now) so our daughters favorite breakfast dish is back on the menu! (psst, have a look on our product page…maybe we got some juice left) trying to avoid milk products this is a real alternative to yoghurt, supporting you with even more nutrients and NO artificial sugar! loves your your stomach in the morning with the probiotics and you even get your go