Life gets just to boring if I eat the same every day so I’ve started experimenting with chia seeds. On top of that I’m excluding another source of gluten (the gluten-free oats are filled with husks and I get desperate when I in each mouthful have to spit one to several husks out again).
The reason why I’ve begun to add chia seeds to my diet is the high level of omega acids and minerals. At the same time it taste like dessert and who doesn’t like to eat dessert for breakfast and still maintain a healthy lifestyle.
My first result is my chia choco pudding.
I love ice-cream big time. My whole life this has been a thing for me and several countries I’ve visited I remember by a flavour:
- Australia – hazelnut ice-cream and strawberry sorbet
- Caribbean – vanilla with fresh berries and fruit
- Denmark – tricolour (strawberry, vanilla and chocolate)
- Italy – lemon sorbet
- Norway – Krone is (ice cone)
- UK – mint ice cream
- USA – strawberry cheesecake (Ben&Jerries)
Right now I’m trying to avoid dairy product and refined sugar so I when I get my own place to live in some time in the future I’ll invest in a serious ice-cream machine and I’ll begin to experiment with making my own ice-cream until then I’ve my fast solution – read more and get the recipe
Today I’ve added a couple of my favorite recipes on sweet stuff: Banana bread (2 versions – 1 without flour and my old version with flour) and Chocolate oats snack
Yesterday I made scrimps with avocado, hummus and organic jasmin rice. So here comes the recipe for hummus