delicious food


Portion Sizes

 28 baby carrots (10 oz) + 1 1/4 Tablespoons blue cheese dressing

• pita chips (0.8 oz) + 4 Tablespoons hummus

• 1 1/4 cups blueberries (6 oz) + yogurt (6 oz)

• 65 raisins (1.2 oz) + 1/8 cup sunflower seeds (0.6 oz)

• 33 grape tomatoes (20 oz) + goat cheese (1.3 oz)

• ½ regular bagel (1.3 oz) + 3 Tablespoons light cream cheese

• 12 wheat crackers + 1 slice cheddar (1 oz)

• 1 large apple (7 oz) + 1.5 Tablespoons caramel dip

• 3 rice cakes + 1 Tablespoon peanut butter (0.6 oz)

• One 6-inch tortilla + 2.5 Tablespoons guacamole

• 2 cups whole strawberries (10 oz) + 4.5 Tablespoons fruit dip

• 2 medium peaches (8 oz) + cottage cheese, 1% (5 oz)

• ¾ large banana (4 oz) + 1 Tablespoon Nutella

 2 squares dark chocolate (0.7 oz) + 15 almonds (0.6 oz)

• ham (2.2 oz) + 1 slice Swiss cheese (1 oz)

These are sooo yummy and filling. Give them a try!

Banana bread No 2. (”The best”)
• vegan
• only consisting of whole foods coming out of nature
• hclf (high carb, low fat)
• no refined/processed sugar, only natural sugar (coming from dates)
• the absolute best! Really delicious and fluffy and sweet with a perfect moisture and flavor!! My whole family and friends love it!! 
-> Decided to post the recipe because I got quite many asks about it and I promised lovely Danielle from sweeterthanabumblebee to publish it! Oh and it really is the bomb!! :) 

Ingredients: (remotely based on a recipe by thesimpleveganista)
- 1.5 cups flour
- around 4 teaspoons baking powder
- sprinkle of salt
- round about 1/8 cup coconut oil (can be replaced by milk alternative)
- round about 1/3 cup soy rice milk (or any other plant based milk)
- a tiny bit of vanilla extract
- 1 small handful finely chopped dates
- 4 - 5 bananas (preferably overripe, number depends on how extreme you want the banana flavor)
- toppings: I used oats, cinnamon and whole almonds

- Mix all the dry ingredients together in a bowl
- in a separate bowl mash the bananas - it’s easier if they are overripe and the bread will get sweeter when the bananas are really ripe
- While mixing together the dry ingredients, slowly add the mashed bananas and chopped dates, as well as the milk, coconut oil and vanilla extract 
- stir the dough till it gets really smooth and place everything in an oiled bread pan + top  with all your pretty toppings
- put into preheated oven for maybe an hour, baking time depends on how moist you want your bread, at 200 °C
- enjoy this beauty!! Eat it just like it is or top it with anything you want, I topped mine with creamy peanut butter! Heaven! :)

xx Amber 


Why is Sunday probably my favorite day of the week? Because Sundays are so good for your soul - you can have some relaxing “me-time” with a refreshing morning jog, a cold shower, a good read and - I almost forgot the best - a beautiful healthy and delicious brunch full of complex nutrients with time to prepare it. I had those wonderful vegan banana pancakes with homemade granola yesterday and they were absolutely a perfect beautiful start of a lovely Sunday morning. :) Anyone wants the recipe?