Hi friends! I hope you all are happy and ready for Easter ❤ I have made some delicious energy bites that has the perfect flavor for Easter Holiday, orange and chocolate! They are filled with nutrition as healthy fats, fiber, antioxidants, vitamin-C and more. They are plant based and vegan friendly, and they are free from diary, gluten and processed sugar. They take under 5-10 minutes to make, and they are non-baked! Recipe below.
You will need:
80 gram cashew nuts
30 gram almonds
4 medjool dates
1 tbs orange zest
1 tbs orange juice
2 tsp raw cacao powder
pinch of salt
1. Add the cashew nuts and the almonds to a food processor and pulse a few times to they re chopped.
2. Add the dates and and pulse to it all is nice combined.
3. Add the orange juice, the orange zest, the cacao powder and the salt and mix until everything come nice together and you are left with a dough.
4. With slightly damp hands, scoop out heaped teaspoons of the mixture and roll into balls.
5. Store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 1 week, Or put them in the freezer for up to 12 weeks.
I love to eat snacks! Every now and then I do eat something unhealthy, but for the most part I try to stay healthy, also when snacking. Today I will share with you my favorite snacks. Try to think simple, it doesn’t always need to be complicated to stay healthy!
– Veggies dipped in hummus
– A protein smoothie
– A green juice
– Raw nuts mixed with sun dried fruits
– Dates! Just as they are or filled with a nut butter
– Home made energy balls
– Fresh berries and fruits
– Rice cakes with avocado or nut butter
– Guacamole with veggie chips
– Dairy free yogurt with granola and berries
Hope you got some inspiration ❤
Good morning guys! One thing I need in my life to kick start my days is a big jar of fresh pressed green juice! I’m totally addicted. It fills me with energy and pure freshness. I can honestly say that I have seen my skin developing better after drinking these green goodness every morning before my breakfast. What I use depends on what I have in hand. But I always try to use most greens and less fruits. Below you find the recipe for today’s juice.
You will need:
1 peeled lemon
1 bundle of celery
1 thumb of ginger
some slices of pineapple
1 big handful of spinach
1 big handful of kale
Throw it in the juicer and enjoy how it fills your body with pure vitamins, minerals and good stuff! Simply a health-bomb in a glass
A healthy outside starts from the inside ❤
Hi guys! Today I thought I would share with you some of my tips when it comes to skin care. Aren’t we all dreaming of having a naturally healthy glow? Below you find 3 tips that really helps me to keep my skin clean and healthy.
Protect yourself from the sun. I use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with spf 50 all year around. This is so important for anti-aging and to protect your skin from pigmentation.
You are what you eat. It is some true in that. Add those fruits and veggies into your diet, they are full of essentials vitamins and minerals that will help your skin glow from the inside and out. Stay hydrated with drinking enough water and eat hydrating food that is high in water content like cucumber, celery, tomatoes, oranges etc. Make sure you’re getting enough vitamin C and zinc that do support the production of collagen and elastin. Healthy fats is so important for your skin and body in general, so go a little nuts with the nuts! Avocado and seeds are also great sources for adding healthy fats to your diet.
Cleansing your skin. Always remove your makeup and hydrate your skin before going to bed. You should also cleanse, hydrate and protect (sunscreen) your skin in the morning before you apply any makeup.
This cleanser by Zo skin health is what I got recommended by a dermatologist this weekend when visiting a clinic. I’m excited to try it out. Will let you know what I think later on.
These are some simple steps that will benefit your skin in the long term.
Glowing skin is always in ❤
Good morning guys! Today I will share with you a super good granola recipe that I made earlier this week. I love sprinkle granola over my oatmeal or as a topping for my smoothie bowls. This granola is healthy, gluten free, plant based, nutritious and delicious!
Recipe for the granola:
- 2 dl quinoa flakes
- 2 dl buckwheat flakes
- 3 dl oats
- 2 dl pumpkin seeds
- 1 dl sesame seeds
- 1 dl flax seeds
- 2 dl sunflower seeds
- 1 dl pecan nuts
- 2 dl almonds
- 1/2 tsp sea salt or pink salt
- 1 1/2 dl water
- 1/2 dl honey (or maple syrup for vegan option)
- Mix all the seeds and nuts in a big bowl.
- mix the water and the honey and pour it in with the rest. Stir until everything is a little wet.
- I used a little bit of coconut oil over a baking tray and spread the mixture over it.
- Put it in the oven at 160 °C. Depending on how roasted you want your granola, but I had it in the oven for 45 minutes. Remember to stir around a little every 15 minutes.
- Let it cool down and keep it in a air tight container.
Good morning people! Here is a little breakfast idea, something that I love to make. And the great thing is that you make it the night before, so that it’s ready when you wake up. The main ingredients is chia seeds. I’m sure many of you are familiar with chia seeds, but did you know they have been an important food for the Mayas and Aztecs ages ago? Today chia seeds is known as a fantastic superfood! They are rich in fiber, protein, healthy fats, calcium and magnesium just to mention some of the nutrients in these small black seeds.
Because of their ability to absorb liquid, they can be used to make a “gel” or “pudding” if you like. Below is share a delicious chia breakfast pudding that will fill you with energy to kick start your day!
- 3 tbs chia seeds
- 3/4 cup almond milk
- 2 tbs diary free vanilla yogurt
- Stevia, honey or any sweetener if you want it a little sweet
- granola and banana for topping
- Just add the chia seeds in a glass and add the almond milk, yogurt and sweetener. Stir and put it in the refrigerator over night.
- Before serving it, top it with some granola, fruits or berries. I used homemade granola (recipe coming soon) and banana.
When I say vitamin-C, I’m sure many of you think of it as a booster for your immune system to help you fight those colds. Vitamin-C is one of the essential water-soluble vitamins, meaning your body doesn’t store it, you need to get it daily through your diet. Vitamin-C is also a essential nutrient for your skin and beauty too!
Let’s take a look at some of the few beauty benefits from vitamin-C:
It fights wrinkles: Vitamin-C is the most common water-soluble antioxidant in the skin. It prevents damage from free radicals
It brightens the skin: Vitamin-C help your body to produce collagen, that will lead to smoother more glowy skin.
It protect your skin for sun damage: Eating food laded of vitamins and antioxidants will support skin health and fight signs of aging. It will help the skin’s ability to repair itself.
Great sources for vitamin-C is citrus fruits (lemons, oranges, kiwi), papaya, broccoli, sweet potato and red bell pepper just to mention some.
As a grown up you should have around 75 – 90 mg vitamin-C daily. Including fruits, berries and greens to your meals will cover that easily!
Vitamin-C booster in a glass!
For this juice you will need:
– 2 oranges
– 1 lemon
– 2 carrots
– 1 thumb of ginger
Juice it and enjoy!