Eatwell

Healthy vegan grocery list for beginners🌱

Carbs
•Whole wheat pasta
•Brown rice
•Couscous
•Brown rice spaghetti
•Quick oats
•Chickpeas flour

Veggies, Fruit and Legumes
•Broccoli
•Cauliflower
•Zucchini
•Tomatoes
•Salad
•Spinach
•Carrots
•Sprouts
•Peas
•Chickpeas
•Lentils
•Onions
•Dates
•Figs
•Oranges
•Lemons
•Bananas
•Peaches
•Berries

Treats and toppings
•Pure maple syrup
•Vanilla powder (I use it for pancakes)
•Chia seeds
•Goji berries
•Extra dark chocolate chips
•Unsweetened chocolate powder
•Tahini

Other things
•Potatoes
•Tofu
•Plant milk
•Tempeh
•Seitan (never tried it)
•Almonds
•Nuts
•Cashews
•Nutritional yeast flakes (SO GOOD)
•Tomato sauce
•Safran powder

Hope it helps you!☺️

Ka'kau Ha'as (Chocolate Banana) Smoothie Bowl ⚡️

Base:

4 frozen bananas
3 Medjool dates
2 tbsp natural unsalted PB
2 tbsp raw cacau
2 tbsp raw cacau nibs
1 tbsp hemp hearts
1 tsp maca
1 cup chilled water

Blend until creamy. Add to your fav bowl and top with fresh strawberries, raw granola (I used @Lonijane’s recipe), pomegranate seeds, more cacau nibs, coconut flakes and cacau dust.

Caramel nice cream with gojis, mulberries, strawberries and a sprinkle of coconut sugar 🍌

Caramel nice cream with mulberries, pomegranate seeds and strawberries served with a side of classic British weather✨☔️

Hi 👋🏼 My name is Rhiana and I’m a #chocoholic 🌟🍫

PB Chocol'ha Bowl made with 4 frozen bananas blended w 3 tbsp raw ka'kau, 3 tbsp coconut milk & 3 tbsp PB topped w more bananas, strawberries, ka'kau nibs, desiccated coco and a freshly baked vegan PB cookie. Raise your hand if you love chocolate like I love chocolate. 🖐🏼

Photo inspo: @talinegabriel 🌟

The cognitive and sensory impairments associated with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia often result in difficulty eating. 

Eatwell bowls are designed with slanted bottoms that help food collect to one side for easy scooping. The interior of the dining ware is also bright blue in color, an uncommon hue for food which helps users with dementia identify food in their bowls with ease. Spoons are intentionally designed to hug the side of the dinnerware, making collecting food easier and preventing spillage. Handles for drinking cups and utensils are made to allow for easy gripping and stability.

The result of all these intentional elements working together is a dining set that has been found to allow users with dementia to consume 24% more food and 84% more liquid.

Learn more about this Eatwell set here.