Some mornings I wake up instantly craving sweet and fluffy pancakes. As you may have noticed, I like to put a healthy touch to “unhealthy” meals so I can enjoy them whenever I want, without feeling guilty.
The pancakes are perfectly fluffy, creamy, and tasty. I topped them with some coconut chia pudding (imitating whip cream, not the real deal but still good) and some fresh strawberries. It was a filling breakfast that completely satisfied my morning cravings.
I hope you’ll try this delicious and healthy breakfast soon, make sure to tag me if you do!
I know my recipes are always good, but man, I’ve really been knocking it out of the park recently. I made this bowl of zucchini noodles (from now on to be known as zoodles) for lunch the other day and it tasted heavenly! The fat creamy avocado dressing goes divinely with the salty sundried tomatoes. When mixed with zoodles the result is to die for!
I suggest using a spiralizer to make your zoodles, although cutting them into thin pieces works as well. Spiralizers can be pretty expensive and you should only invest in one if you think you’re going to use it. I have a cheap one I use exclusively for zucchini and carrots and could ultimately live without it.
Chai tea is something I drink every morning. The exotic melange of spices hooked me from my first sip and it’s just something I can’t live without. Of course i also dig the warm creamy Chai latte but the average chai powder (found in coffee shops) is oversaturated with sugar, so I came up with my own healthy version.
You can use tea bags but I prefer to sieve my loose-leaf chai in a pot (zero-waist FTW!)
Try to enjoy this before it gets warm and springy!
I’m not kidding when I say that this is the best vegan snack
I’ve ever had. Instead of going with overpriced cranked up sugar cookies you
can blend together your own cheap and easy Friday night treat. It tastes divine
and is the perfect finishing touch to a stay-in date night under the covers. A smooth
and soft consistency with peanut butter and dark chocolate flavors will please
your taste buds.
For a more authentic cookie dough aesthetic you can use chocolate chips instead of dark chocolate. This recipe tastes much better when cold so make sure you cool it down before you dig in (without letting it cool you might sense a slight chickpea aroma)
This recipe should be enough for all of you to be forever
grateful to me! I am your vegan cookie dough lord and savior!