Rawnola

So this is what happens when you do not have organic coconut oil neither organic agave to make your granola...RAWNOLA! Raw-nola is raw granola. It is super easy to do and requires lots of less ingredients and time. This rawnola recipe is an adaptation from RawManda. First, you must need the differences between the granola … Continue reading Rawnola

Naturally Sassy’s Cheesecake Mango Slices

We are getting tropical for summer with these Raw Mango Squares. This recipe is another adaptation from Naturally Sassy.. wiat this is the third recipe I post from her. I can't stop it! Saskia's recipes are very fun, nutritious, unique, different and delicious. With this mango recipe, you are going to be ready for summer. … Continue reading Naturally Sassy’s Cheesecake Mango Slices

Peanut Ice Cream

Peanuts are the most popular nuts. They are mostly consumed as butter and in cocktails. They are healthy for the heart, and contains healthy fats and protein that are makes us feel full of energy. They are ideal for consuming after or before a workout with a kind of fruit. With peanuts, I can make a lot … Continue reading Peanut Ice Cream

Apple Pie Crepe

Seriously, this crepe is truly amazing. What I love the most from apple flavoring are the healthy spices that are added such as cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and sometimes allspice or anise. You can taste these flavorful and aromatic spices plus the apple in this fall crepe. I mixed the batter with an apple juice … Continue reading Apple Pie Crepe

Crunchy French Toasts

This fantastic idea did not came through my mind originally. I went to IHOP with my ballet sister and they had this crunchy french toast in their menu as the main course that month. I though that dish as an amazing crunchy idea so I decided to make a healthy version without all the fats … Continue reading Crunchy French Toasts

Green Waffle

This Green Waffle adds up to my collection of color recipes! They are super healthy because they are mixed with spinach juice so you'll be like Popeyes! In this waffles you can get some of the benefits of the spinachs such as vitamins and minerals. This can be a great breakfast for those skeptical people … Continue reading Green Waffle

Red Velvet Waffle

You will be asking yourself why red velvet waffles if they are note red? You have a relevant point; they must be read. In the deepness they are read but in the outside they are regular waffles. When I made the batter, its color was a beautiful kind of fushia, but at the cooking time, … Continue reading Red Velvet Waffle

Sweet Potato Ice Cream

This Sweet Potato Ice Cream is super healthy and naturally sweet. It will be a redundancy if I say that the sweet potato make this ice cream peculiarly sweet. I blended 150g of cooked small pieces of sweet potato with 4-5oz chopped and frozen banana. I added an allspice for a better flavor. I topped … Continue reading Sweet Potato Ice Cream

Oatmeal Waffles

Practice makes perfection! There is no doubt of that. each time I cook my waffles, they are better! They have better texture and flavor. This Oatmeal waffle is super fluffy and crunchy. Would you believe if I told that I did not used egg neither banana? Incredibly, not! I only used chia seeds and oats. … Continue reading Oatmeal Waffles

Pear Oatmeal

This Pear Oatmeal is delicious and smooth. It has a perfect balance of sweetness. It is made of pear puree or you may blend the pear as a juice. Take one pear and chop it in small piece. Add them to a blender and blend with water until desire consistency (puree or juice). I used … Continue reading Pear Oatmeal