I’m well aware that sometimes it’s hard to convince people to add a raw beetroot into their meals. Especially smoothies. But you’ll never know till you try ; ) I said many times here that it took me a while to get the courage and add the beetroot to my morning smoothie. I haven’t regretted it even once. This veggie is now a quite often guest in my kitchen. So, what would you say? Are you brave enough to try it as well?
Are you going to Australia soon? Melbourne should definitely be on everyone’s list of things worth visiting. Below, you can find a mini guide with our list of top 10 things to do in this city.
I wrote many times on the blog, that creating healthy and more tummy friendly treats gives me so much joy. But the thing I really enjoy the most is the process of decorating those creations. Especially birthday cakes which let me show my skills. This is why I am always the first one with my hand up when someone’s birthday is approaching.
It’s time to share with you another old-fashioned recipe in a new version. May I present you with the strawberry jam recipe…but without any added sugar. Making this one took me on the nostalgic trip back to my childhood when I would sneak jam out straight from the jar the second my mum looked away. You can add it to your toasts, porridges, desserts, or even lunches (crapes anyone?). So now the big question, what did I use instead of sugar? Actually nothing. But why? When you eat fresh strawberries do you sprinkle them with sugar? I hope you don’t.
When it comes to breakfast, smoothies are the champion if you ask me. They are my “go to” for kickstarting another day. Because nothing beats that nutritious kick in the morning. Some will say that I am addicted to them. And you know what? They are absolutely right 😉 Today’s idea is a smoothie which will nourish your body when it’s cold or offer some truly refreshing brekkie when temperatures hit the peak.
Some time ago I discovered that you can serve buckwheat not only for lunch or dinner, but also for breakfast. How? By creating a buckwheat porridge, which actually gains a lot of popularity recently. I need to admit that at the beginning it sounded like a really weird breakfast for me. But after adding pumpkin and aromatic spices, buckwheat porridge turned really great 🙂
A week ago, we had a long weekend here in Australia. We used this opportunity to spend a couple of days in Nelson Bay with our friends. The destination turned out to be a bullseye. The scenery was beautiful and there were so many attractions that it was simply impossible to get bored. […]
Guess what we have for dinner tonight! Ready for this… green curry! Creamy with a hint of coconut but also a little bit spicy sauce is a wonderful addition to chicken. Handful of broccoli, green beans and peas will definitely help you boost up the amount of veggies in your diet.
Today is 26th of January, a public holiday. It’s a time full of joy, smiles, fun and meetings with family and friends. This is because today is a National Day of Australia. One of the most important days in a year in the Aussie land, celebrated in a truly Australian way.
What is the best way to squeeze more vegetable into your diet? Any ideas? Maybe you have something in your mind? For me, besides putting lots of veggies into my morning smoothie, using cauliflower instead of grains is another great way. Especially cauliflower rice 🙂