I’m one of those people who prefer sour cherries to normal sweet cherries. Today, instead of making sour cherry smoothie (like I did three days in a row before), I made some warm sour cherry oatmeal and added fresh mango for sweetness and shredded almonds for crunchiness and proteins. To make the oatmeal even sweeter (without using any refined sugar), add a few chopped dates or a few drops of date syrup. It tastes amazing! 🙂
Sour Cherry Oatmeal With Mango and Shredded Almonds
1 1/2 cup oat milk (or any other plant-based milk of choice)
1 1/2 cup oats
1 Tbsp coconut oil
1/2 cup sour cherries
1 ripe mango
1/2 cup shredded almonds
In a pot, heat coconut oil, add oats and milk and cook for a few minutes, stirring constantly. If you have frozen sour cherries, add now and cook for about two more minutes and if they’re fresh, add in the end. Transfer the oatmeal into a bowl, add shredded almonds and top with sliced mango. Enjoy!
OK, I know it’s not officially summer yet, but it sure feels like it! This tropical green nice cream is perfect for these hot days, when you feel like eating something fresh and easy to make. Continue reading “Tropical Green Nice Cream”
Savoury crepes? Why not?!
These buckwheat crepes are healthy, gluten free, high in protein and fiber and packed with nutrients and antioxidants. Tofu, mushrooms and sesame seeds provide some extra protein! They’re perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Continue reading “Buckwheat Crepes With Sesame Eggplant, Mushrooms and Scrambled Tofu”
On the weekends, when there’s more time to prepare meals then on the working days, I like to make hearty breakfasts, followed by a cup of coffee and a long walk with my dog (which is my kind of relaxation).
Here are some of my favourite breakfasts, with oats as a main ingredient:
1. Oat pancakes with cashew lemon sauce, warm blueberries, fresh strawberries and banana
Continue reading “Breakfast Ideas with Oats”
I think there’s no such thing as a vegan, who doesn’t like hummus, the chickpea-based dip/spread. I guess I’ve tried every hummus brand available here in Slovenia, but the store-bought hummus can never be as good as the home-made one! Continue reading “Beet Hummus”
Nice cream (‘banana ice cream’ or ‘nana ice cream’) is simply frozen bananas, blended together with a splash of plant-based milk, coconut water or water Continue reading “Strawberry Beet Nice Cream”
This sure is a hearty breakfast or brunch. It’s not heavy, but it keeps you full for hours. And it’s made in 5 minutes! Continue reading “Scrambled Tofu”
I already shared a recipe for fluffy gluten free buckwheat pancakes not so long ago. This time I made some chocolate protein buckwheat pancakes by adding raw cacao (for a chocolaty taste) and pea proteins, chia seeds and flax seeds (for proteins) Continue reading “Chocolate Protein Buckwheat Pancakes”
You’ve probably heard about golden milk and its health benefits before. There are actually quite a few different recipes for it, but basically, Continue reading “Golden Milk Oatmeal”
I had a batch of very ripe bananas to use and this banana bread was the most obvious solution. It turned out it was the best idea this morning. Continue reading “Healthy Banana Bread”