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!
Fig season is finally here! Have you ever tried any kind of salad with this super delicious fruit? If you haven’t yet, try this combo: greens (such as field salad, arugula, spinach or kale) + fresh figs + avocado + Tahini dressing + hemp seeds. It’s crazy good! Continue reading “Fig and Avocado Salad with Tahini dressing”
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”
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”
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”