Tropical raw Açaí Bowl

I love to start my day full of energy! I stretch my arms and yawn while I put on the kettle and squeeze some lemon juice in my cup. Green tea with a piece of fresh ginger and lemon juice is what I like to wake up to!

Of course it doesn’t take long for my stomach to wake up too! And a breakfast that always puts a smile on my face (even on Monday mornings!) is a freshly made Açaí Bowl!

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Portion: 2 bowls – or 1 😉

Ingredients:                                                                                         For toppings: 

2 frozen bananas                                                                                 1 handful of goji berries

300 ml coconut milk                                                                           Rasped coconut

1/2 medium mango                                                                             1 handful of Granola

1 handful of spinach                                                                          Raw cacao bits

1 hand full of blueberries                                                                 Chia seeds

1 handful of raspberries                                                                   Blueberries

teaspoon maca powder

teaspoon spirulina

spoon of Açaí

 

Method: 

Place the bananas, coconut milk, half a mango, spinach, blueberries, raspberries, maca, spirulina and Açaí all in one strong blender and blend until smooth and creamy! If its a little too thick just add a little extra coconut milk! Pour the mixture into a large bowl and just simply add the toppings! If you want to make it extra healthy and delicious check out the recipe of my homemade granola to use as a topping!

I already cant wait for my Açaí bowl in the morning! Enjoy my loves!X

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VEGAN LENTIL RICE BURGER

I have been vegan for quite a while now, and I personally feel like it is the best diet for me. It makes both my body and mind happy! Many people believe that becoming a vegan is very hard and repetitive. – The amount of times I got told “all you vegans eat are salads”, but actually the opposite is true! Becoming a vegan gives your creativity a boost and you will be surprised of how many things you can do with a single ingredient!

Since I started the vegan diet my body feels so much lighter and more energised! As I am a big food lover I also love the fact that I can eat as much as I like knowing that I am feeding my body with healthy energy! Trust me, you will get just as full from this vegan burger compared to a meaty burger! The only difference is that you will not feel fatty or bloated afterwards! Instead you have just fed your body a whole load of healthy bean protein!

This is one of my favourite burger recipes that I love to make! Its easy and full of nutrition! Both your mind and body will love it!

 

To make 6 burgers you will need:

  • 250 g of lentils
  • 100 g of brown rice (I also use black rice which makes the burger dark red! But of course you can use any rice thats in your cupboard)
  • Tablespoon of vegetable stock
  • 100 g breadcrumbs
  • 1 tablespoon of oregano
  • Half a tablespoon of curry powder
  • Bunch of basil
  • Coconut oil 
  • Tomatoes 
  • Salad 
  • Whole wheat buns

 

Method:

Cook the rice in 200 ml of water until cooked.

While your rice is getting ready cook the lentils in a separate pan. Let the water boil then add the vegetable stock and the lentils. Cook until soft.

When ready drain both the lentils and rice and mix together in a large bowl.

Cut the basil in small pieces and add this to the rice and lentil mixture.

Then also add the breadcrumbs, oregano, curry powder and a pinch of salt and pepper.

Mash all the ingredients together until everything is smooth and sticks together.

Now you can form the burgers in nice round equal patties!

Put on a pan with a teaspoon of coconut oil and bake them equally on each side until golden!

Place them on your burger bun, add slices of tomatoes and salad and you are ready to take a bite!

BON A PETITE! X

 

Simple & Healthy Granola

 

Starting the morning with my delicious home-made granola doesn’t only satisfy my healthy cravings, it also feels like I am finally satisfying those sweet cravings I have had for days! This home made granola topped with fresh berries and almond milk makes you smile and jump out of bed even if you aren’t a morning person! So, let’s discuss the most important part and try getting that smile on your face every morning!

The beauty of this recipe is that it is easily adjustable as you can just simply add your favourite nuts or seeds!

 

Ingredients:

  • 300 grams of Jumbo oats 
  • 50 grams of slivered almonds 
  • 50 grams of pecans 
  • 50 grams of sunflower seeds
  • 60 grams of rasped coconut 
  • Teaspoon of cinnamon  
  • 1 gram salt  
  • 60 grams of rapeseed oil / coconut oil
  • 160 grams of agave syrup  

 

Method:

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees celsius (fan).

Simply blend the rapeseed oil/coconut oil and the honey together in a bowl. Mix well until it is blended together and smooth.

Add all other ingredients together in one bowl and mix. When all mixed together add the smooth rapeseed oil/coconut oil and honey mix to the bowl and stir until everything sticks together. 

Then simply bake in the oven for 20/25 minutes until your kitchen smells amazing and the granola has turned golden brown! Make sure to give your granola a good mix every 5 minutes while it’s in the oven to make sure they don’t burn!

 

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Summery couscous salad

The sun is shining!! Perfect timing for this vegan couscous salad full of nutrition but extremely low on calories to keep that summer body going!! Couscous is a great alternative to rice or pasta if you want to stay low on the calories but still eat some carbs! Perfect for a pre-workout or just as a delicious lunch!

All you need is:

  • 100 grams of couscous
  • 1/3 cucumber
  • 150 grams of cooked beetroot
  • 1/4 red onion
  • 2 cups of spinach
  • 1 paprika
  • 150 grams of cherry tomatoes
  • salt and pepper for seasoning
  • olive oil
  • balsamic vinegar

Dice the red onion and beetroot and mix together in a bowl. Then dice the paprika, cucumber and tomatoes. Cut the spinach in larger pieces and add all the ingredients together in one bowl. – This is already a nice salad by itself but ones you add the couscous it becomes even tastier! Mix the couscous and the salad together and season with salt and pepper. To finish drizzle with some olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

For an extra crunch add some pine nuts or cashews nuts!

D.E.A.LICIOUS.

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