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A COOL and healthy option on a HOT day! Feel free to experiment with substitutions, flavors and additions! For a thinner consistency add a splash of milk (dairy or vegetarian). You can also make this smoothie dairy free, with some fresh juice and ice cubes. Try things like: unique fruits, nutritious seeds, oats and I'm thinking... CHOCOLATE!
This is my favourite cake, it’s just so comforting to eat for some reason, and easy to bake! I keep trying to add a little twist here and there to keep it interesting though. I love the taste of banana with spices like cinnamon and cloves and adding coffee makes a change too. The nuts give a bit of texture.
When I want a healthy start to my day, this fresh, delicious Smoothie is my go-to breakfast! It’s quick, easy, and packed with vitamins, antioxidants and probiotics. Frozen fruit can easily be substituted when fresh is unavailable. Pour it into a travel mug, and you can enjoy it on your morning commute!
This little piece is completely hand drawn (sans Apple Pencil) on an app called Sketchbook! I’ve only just begun to explore the realms of digital art & find it quite exciting; having created much of my art by hand for much of my life! This cute little recipe is the perfect respite from the scorching summer sun - quite literally - it’s summer in a bowl! Add a generous helping of fresh summer fruit, berries and perhaps even a handful of edible flowers to create the most scrumptious, icy-pink summer smoothie bowl, you’ve ever eaten x
A great smoothie recipe designed for the start of a good morning or the end of a tough workout!
1/2 cup of Frozen Blueberries
3 Frozen Baby Carrots or Raw Baby Carrots
1 cup of Raw Spinach
3-4 Ice cubes
1 Cup of water
These ingredients are interchangeable, so please feel free to make any adjustments to this recipe! I made this recipe as a result of my packed schedule. I didn't have much time to eat breakfast in the morning, so it was easy to make a smoothie and drink it on the way to the bus for my morning classes.
One of the richest sources of vitamin E are oils, seeds, nuts and green leafy vegetables. Vitamin E is essential for physiological functions along with hormonal balances.
Carrots are rich in Beta Carotene/Vitamin A, important for vision, growth, and immune function. (I personally don't like carrots so it's a nice way of sneaking them into my diet!)
Blueberries are low-glycemic ranked food, meaning it promotes long-term energy and helps keep you satiated throughout your day. They're also high in antioxidants.
Bananas are full in Potassium and are great after a workout when you've sweat a good amount and need to restore some minerals.