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What a great and easy dish to make ahead for breakfast, snack or when that sweet craving creeps in!
Chia seeds is an amazing source of fibre, essential fatty acids and calcium!
Coconut milk packs a variety of vitamins and minerals in addition to be a great substitute for lactose intolerance.
In my house there is one boss known to all: Chocolate. Then its me, but first is chocolate.It has the power to get my husband to eat greens and try my new healthy dish. It has the power to get my 2 year old out the door when we're running late to day care, and most importantly it has the power to let mama breath and enjoy the silence after I put the kids to sleep.
Everyone knows that one piece of candy is not a deal breaker, but ladies let’s not pretend that it stops at just one piece! Sugar spikes your blood and then inevitably you experience the crash leaving you tired, cranky, bloated and guilty for having ever indulged in the first place. So how do you keep your waist line looking good in that naughty nurse outfit?
The easiest batter I have ever made. And I had all the ingredients at hand which is unheard of. I just combined banana, egg, honey, peanut butter and vanilla and ta da! world class muffins that are fluffy, moist and soooooo delicious. Plus don't have any flour, refined sugar, soy or refined oil in them! And please lets mention the fact that it took me total of 12 min to prep, blend and bake.
I absolutely adore nut butters and I add them to anything that wont raise a brow or make my husband complain to my mother that Im trying to poison him. So when I was looking of a new healthy way to get some nutella in my life (minus all the unnecessary additives the american version has) I decided to combine two of my favourite things. Nut butter and chocolate!
When I first heard about the chocolate avocado combo, I couldn't wait to try it at home. I remember at first I was a little skeptical because the thought of taking something like an avocado and pairing it with chocolate was too foreign to me
If I had to choose one food to eat for the rest of my life, it would be french fries. I love them so much! the salty, crispy, thin cut sight makes me so excited. I literally order them everywhere I go (and when I say I, I mean my husband. I make him order a side of fries so I could steal them and not feel guilty about it- great trick, highly recommended.)
Not only coconut water ice cubes are much more flavourful then water, they also contain the five essential electrolytes. Electrolytes are minerals such as potassium, sodium, magnesium and chloride that help maintain proper fluid levels in the body and regulate muscle function. Coconut water prevents cramping, hydrates and promotes recovery- naturally. It is also one of the greatest hangover cures EVER.