I’m so glad to come back at my home and kitchen after long trip! Love cooking healthy food and, of course, eating it then!
Thanks Nutritious&Delicious for the inspiration to cook a super tasty, 100% raw breakfast. The original recipe is here.
I’ve changed the recipe a little bit due to the ingredients at my kitchen.
I put for two cups:
- 1 mango,
- 1 glass of homemade coconut milk,
- 10 teaspoons of chia seeds,
- 2 teaspoons of organic date syrup from Israel.
The taste is amazing! Thanks Nutritious&Delicious!
I’m accustomed myself to making smoothies in the morning. I pour it in a sport bottle and take to work. So I can have tasty and enriched bite in the first half of the day. Yesterday I had orange smoothie with carrots, papaya and almond milk.
Today I have green smoothie (for two):
- 2 kiwi
- 1 green apple
- 1 glass of water
- Couple pieces of a pineapple
- 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon of stevia
Enjoy the mornings! 🙂
Morning is my favorite time of the day. In the morning I love to do the most pleasant things: practice yoga, cook delicious breakfast, read a book, work out or just go for a walk. Recently I began to write morning notes. They say it helps to disclose the creativity. You wake up in the morning; you take a pen and write everything you have in your head (use a pen, not the keyboard or touch screen). The main thing is to write everything, even some funny and crazy thoughts!
This morning I wrote my notes and made bright fruit salad for breakfast.
Fruit salad (for two):
- 1 kiwi
- ½ pineapple
- ¼ watermelon
- Cinnamon to your taste
- Home-made yoghurt or non-fat cottage cheese to your taste (optional)
Let this day be also bright and rich!
Recently I’ve cooked our favorite cottage cheese pancakes. That time I added more eggs and flour so portions were bigger than usual. I had them for breakfast and I wasn’t hungry for several hours till lunch. Time of cooking: 10 minutes to prepare paste, 10 minutes for frying and making strawberry mix at the same time. Total: 20 minutes.
I always put the meal into the separate plates for each of us. We don’t have additional plates or salad bowls with food on the table lest you want to eat more. In fact, a plate of food is quite enough to satiate the stomach.
The recipe of my pancakes:
- 2 small eggs;
- 2 small white eggs;
- 1 teaspoon of stevia;
- 1/2 teaspoon of ground cinnamon;
- 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla;
- 3 spoons of rice flour;
- 3 spoons of coconut flour;
- 200 grams of cottage cheese.
I mixed all ingredients in a blender, then I fried pancakes in a pan with olive oil. At the same time I put washed strawberries in a blender, added one teaspoon of stevia and two spoons of coconut milk. Then I put three pancakes with strawberry “jam” in the middle of plate. I also put some berries to the pancakes and poured blended strawberries into the glasses to use it as a jam.
This Saturday night I decided to cook some healthy snacks to eat during the tomorrow’s journey. I chose one of the energy snacks, which are energy balls. I tasted them in Bali at Desa Seni resort. I was sitting outside after yoga, enjoying fresh air and sipping ginger tea. One ball supplies you with energy for two hours.
Recipes can differ but all of them include crushed nuts and dried fruits, sometimes honey, dried coconut and cottage cheese. The best thing is that you can cook them in 15 minutes, of course, if you have all the ingredients. For example I always have some almond flour at home.
I put 100 grams of raisins to the blender, then mixed it with the almond flour (about 100 grams) and added 3 teaspoons of honey. Then I rolled it up with my wet palms into bite-size balls and put an almond nut into the center of every ball. Then I rolled them in cacao and sesame and put into the fridge for the whole night.
The next morning we took them with us to our journey to Dalat, Vietnam. Energy balls can be an excellent snack before or after workout. Also you can use them as a healthy replacement for candies or as a dessert.