This carrot-apple-orange juice is a perfect breakfast or brunch treat! You can also add some beetroot or ginger to it, use more veggies or more fruit - just try! Make sure to include a fat source when drinking it so your body can absorb all the nutrients! This is especially important for fat-soluble vitamins such as Vitamin A, E, D and K.
A nutritious easter (or year round) treat to enjoy! The ingredients are pantry-friendly (useful during these corona-quarantine-times), I always have frozen bananas at home and used it for this recipe! I just defrost them on low heat in the microwave.
Seeds are quite popular, but do you know how to get the most out of them? Some seeds need to be shredded to unfold their potential, their nutrients vary and - of course - depend on the serving size!
I know you can buy ginger shot variations pretty much everywhere nowadays, but they are oftentimes quite expensive and not always fresh. Turning on the juicer for one (or just a few) shots seems like too much of a hassle, since it always involves quite some cleaning. That’s why I prefer this easy, blended version!
I know you can buy ginger shots pretty much everywhere nowadays, but they are oftentimes quite expensive and not always fresh. Turning on the juicer for one (or just a few) shots seems like too much of a hassle, since it always involves quite some cleaning. That’s why I prefer this easy, blended version!
This is a variation from the usual ginger shots, and I lvoe how the color turns out! No juicer needed, so less cleaning :) That’s why I prefer to make this easy, blended version most days!
Oatmeal is a nutritionous breakfast, and so is this baked version! I added blueberries for flavor, but it works as well with other berries or without. Chocolate might be delicious, too :)
Especially in Summer I love to have a smoothie for breakfast - it’s quick, easy and refreshing I wrote a blogpost about the nutritional side of smoothies, the basics how to make them and what to be aware of. If you’re interested, have a look there.