• Vegetarian Quiche with Broccoli & Goat Cheese

    Vegetarian quiche are underrated. They are a healthy option compared to your regular quiche for several reasons. Plant-based, relatively low on fat, and filled with nutrients. It’s no wonder we love them! Make your own to assure you’re not getting in the high sugar and high salt content often found in pre-made quiches in supermarkets. I use goat and sheep cheese instead of cow cheese, which according to some sources are more easily digested. Serve as dinner alongside a green salad, or use it as your go-to snack by cutting it into small square pieces and storing in the fridge. Print Recipe Vegetarian Quiche with Broccoli & Goat Cheese Course…

  • Oven Gratin with Spinach & Sweet potato

    A tremendously easy dish to make. Also, super healthy and on a budget. Great for reaching and maintaining a healthy weight. Low in calories, rich in nutrients. A rare source of vitamin D in the winter days, and a welcome burst of color on the dinner plate.   Print Recipe Oven Gratin with Spinach & Sweet potato Course Main Dish Prep Time 10 minutes Passive Time 50 minutes Servings Ingredients 2 large sweet potatoes no need to peel if organic, cut in 0.5 thick slices300 g fresh spinach2 tsp nutmeg powder2 cloves garlic125 ml organic sour cream75 g grated cheese1 tbsp cooking oil or ghee Course Main Dish Prep Time…

  • Mackerel & Olive Pizza with Fresh Basil

    LAST SUMMER, I MADE THIS DELICIOUS FEISTY PIZZA. It is a summer special worth making again and again! Goes well with a glass of fresh lemonade or white wine. Also perfect for lazy winter nights though, especially with the benefits of fatty fish. MACKEREL IS A FATTY FISH just like salmon, except that is it less expensive. I buy it canned from an organic food store or smoked from a local who catches them in the wild. Whichever you choose, make sure that your mackerel is wild and organic to get the most out of this healthy fish. MACKEREL IS RICH IN omega-3, making it a potent anti-inflammatory food. With…

  • Boiled egg & Avocado Bread Spread

    The weekend is coming! How about an easy-going brunch? Especially suited for profiting from those ripe, cheap and healthy avocados from your local farmers market. Print Recipe Boiled egg & Avocado Bread Spread Course Breakfast Prep Time 15 minutes Servings Ingredients 4 small slices good sourdough bread1 ripe avocado2 boiled eggs 10 minutes is enough or hard-boiled, boil for 7 minutes if you like it softer1 cm fresh ginger, peeled and grated1 tbsp extra virgin olive oilyour favorite herbs I use dried basil, thyme and oreganosalt and pepper to taste Course Breakfast Prep Time 15 minutes Servings Ingredients 4 small slices good sourdough bread1 ripe avocado2 boiled eggs 10 minutes…

  • Avocado Bread Spread

    Life without cheese and butter can be strange. Avocado bread spread provides a source of comfort, and shows you that good life is possible even while eating plant-based. Print Recipe Avocado Bread Spread Course Breakfast Prep Time 5 minutes Servings slices Ingredients 2 ripe avocados2 tbsp extra virgin olive oilsalt and pepper to taste4 slices good sourdough bread Course Breakfast Prep Time 5 minutes Servings slices Ingredients 2 ripe avocados2 tbsp extra virgin olive oilsalt and pepper to taste4 slices good sourdough bread Instructions Cut the avocado in half (cut around the pit in the middle) and separate the two halves. In a bowl, mash up the avocado with a…

  • Quick Couscous Lunch

    Nutritious and delicious lunches can be easy to make. This one takes 10 minutes to prepare and does not need to be re-heated. It will keep you energy levels high throughout the afternoon. Low in calories, rich in nutrients, full of flavor. Yum. Print Recipe Quick Couscous Lunch Prep Time 10 minutes Servings lunches Ingredients 1 cup couscous soaked in 2 cups of boiling water for 10 minutes1 avocado2 ripe tomatoes1 handful raisins soake in luke warm water for 10 minutes before use1 yellow bell pepper50-100 g feta cheese, organicsprinkle of extra virgin olive oil Prep Time 10 minutes Servings lunches Ingredients 1 cup couscous soaked in 2 cups of…

  • Yogurt Bowl with Mango & Nectarine

    Forget the low-fat fads. The yogurt we are looking for here is the thick, full-fat, creamy kind. Something between 5 and 10% fat content is going to hit the spot. Nectarine & mango are low in calories and make for a refreshing flavor combination. Use these fruits for a smooth & healthy snack. Vitamins A, B and C are coming your way.   Print Recipe Yogurt Bowl with Mango & Nectarine Course Breakfast, Dessert Servings Ingredients 200 g full fat organic yogurt2 mangos2 peaches Course Breakfast, Dessert Servings Ingredients 200 g full fat organic yogurt2 mangos2 peaches Instructions CUT UP THE FRUITS. ARRANGE FRUITS BEAUTIFULLY on a bowl with yogurt.