This is a quick and easy recipe that I like to prepare on the weekend. It makes great leftovers and is perfect for your Sunday meal preparation. My daughter loves it too, and it is a really good food for small children, as they can feel themselves without making a huge mess.
Perfect for this time of the year, this soup is warming, grounding and comforting. It is a perfect addition to your weekly meal preparation menu, as it holds well in the fridge for 3 days.
Happy Autumn Equinox! Today the day is equally long as the night. There is a balance between light and dark. A great way to honor the first day of Autumn is to do something that grounds you. Cooking is a perfect way to get more grounded and in touch with nature and the changing seasons.
Video Recipe: Quick, tasty and nutritious chickpea wraps. Perfect for back-to-school or back-to-work!
Omega-3s are such an important nutrient for all stages of life. They play a crucial role during pregnancy, and are necessary for infants and small children in order for them to develop correctly. Omega-3s also have many benefits for people in later stages of life. They help keep us on the bright side of life, as they help combat depression.
There is something incredibly comforting in a bowl of oatmeal. With its many variations and the fact that it can be enjoyed warm or cold it provides the perfect breakfast base all year around.
If you’re about to host a party and wonder what to serve, here are a few ideas that can come in handy. Oh, and there’s chocolate cake!
This is a recipe that I prepare very often at home and today I’d like to share it with you all. It is quick and stores well for 2-3 days, which makes it also a great option as lunch you can pack for work.
This is a recipe that is perfect for a summer starter, parties or as a delicious addition to your lunch bowl. It’s actually funny but I have not tried this combination until only recently at a party, and was pleasantly surprised by it. The combination of mango and hummus may sound strange at first (for me it did), but the flavors actually work really well together.
As a nutritionist my interest in offering healthy food for children of course grew with my daughter. And so, I dug deeper in learning about how to offer nutritious foods that young children will eat. My daughter was not only cooperative and very willing to help with cooking, but she also started showing a growing interest in food as we created our little daily routine of cooking together. She would “slice” veggies with her children’s knife, or rinse the salad; she would mix the bowl and add some spices to a curry. It is always fun and further fosters our bonding.