With the colder fall weather, smoothies are not my breakfast staple anymore (hello, yummy oatmeal!). However, when I work out in the morning, I still favour a smoothie since it is the only thing that is quick enough and that doesn’t weight me down if I work out half an hour after drinking it (not eating anything before working out is definitely not an option for me).
I was quite excited to get a bag of Kiss Me Organics matcha to review because, well… I love matcha! My favorite way to enjoy matcha is in a latte, although I also like it just whisked in hot water. I also love using it in recipes, such as smoothies, cakes and other treats. However, I often shy away from using it in my baked goods
Kale chips are amazing. You can buy them at some grocery stores and health stores, but they are quite expensive. And it is super cheap to make! I love making different flavors and this is one of my favorites. I use nutritional yeast (the vegan “cheese”), which is packed with B-vitamins, folic acid, selenium, zinc and protein. Combine this with the amazing kale, packed with
This summer, I made Angela’s Spiced Apple Pie Chips for a party. They were sooo good. When fall came, apple season came, and I made tons of apples chips. And then I thought… what about pears? I wanted to make apple chips again but realized pear chips would probably be amazing too! And guess what… pears are in sale at the grocery store this week
While stumbling on Stumble Upon, I stumbled on a recipe for pineapple coleslaw. And this was the day I bought two pineapples after eating an other in one evening. Since I thought eating three pineapples sounded like too much, and since it doesn’t count if it’s used in a recipe, I decided to use this awesome idea. And I got an awesome snack/side dish/appetizer. aka