:) 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
this wonderfully energizing (both visually and physically) smoothie I got served last Friday morning after a late work night at a dear friends place.
he opened his vault (freezer ;) ) that he has filled with handpicked berries over the summer and performed magic with his blender. It’s an “about”-recipe as I lingered in the bathroom and first showed up when everything was ready ;) for 2 big glasses you need: ½ banana about a handfull of frozen billberries (wild swedish bluebe
it’s wild raspberry time :) dealing with the first hot, looong school days.... so what better than a quick fix for the after school dip to get your little bugger up and running again? for 1 big shake you need: a hand full of frozen raspberries (all other berries go well) a hand full of cashews (ideally soaked for about ½ h, but it also works without soaking) a dash of vanilla powder 400 ml cold water (more if you got unsoaked nuts) some natural sweetener if needed (honey, aca
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
spring is finally here!!! and with it the first wild greens!
a moment I have been waiting for in 5 months!!! perfect timing for lowering your acid levels after all Easter feasting….
so run out into the garden, park or parking lot…and pick a handful of daffodil leaves, birch leaves or nettles and get ready for your alkalizing morning drink. for 1 ½ liters you need: 2 apples in pieces
1 kiwi in pieces
juice of I lemon
4 cm ginger
meat of 1 avocado
1 handful of wild young
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
good morning Småland! after a night with a sleepless daughter the coffee cravings really kicked in =:o some more friendly version of caffeine, milk and sugar was badly needed…. thanks to our wonderful friends in Tokyo I got new supplies of matcha tea (finely milled exclusive green tea powder) just this Monday, so here is what I did: 1 full teaspoon of matcha tea powder 2 soft pitted dates 2 dl of any milk, cold or warm (nutmilk, oatmilk etc.) mixed in our high speed blender
if ever in Kerala/India you ought to pay the Juice Shack on North Cliff/ Varkala a visit...and maybe stay for some time to buy into their juice fast offer. pictured an overview and inspiration of what the respective juices do for good for you. #applejuice #beets #blog #breakfast #lemon #raw #juicefast #recipes #redbeet #refreshingjuice #simple #smoothie
Not made from coffee beans but mesquite beans :) I want to introduce a super food to you today for some good reasons: mesquite - rich in fiber, protein, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc and the amino acid lysine. Since it’s getting quite cold out there and the longing for a warm drinks is big I mixed up something that does not – as coffee does - drain you from the essentials named above, on the contrary, it stuffs you with the things most of us have a lack off. Mesq