HOW TO PREPARE SOME OF THE BEST VEGAN DESSERTS THIS CHRISTMAS

CHOCOLATE NOUGAT  It is not only easy and fast to prepare (10 min) but it is also healthy, without sugars, gluten, additives or preservatives. INGREDIENTS: A melting chocolate bar, one of these that it is specifically to melt down. Try to find one without sugar and with maltitol instead (sweetener). It is not the best… Read More

EASY HOMEMADE & HEALTHY FIT GRANOLA WITH BUCKWHEAT GRAINS, HAZELNUTS AND SEEDS

WITHOUT GLUTEN | VEGAN | NO REFINED SUGARS | HIGH IN FIBER | LOW IN CARBS This granola recipe is perfect to be prepared on a Sunday and you’ll have your breakfast ready for the rest of the week. This is one of the best granola recipes that you will probably ever try! Super crunchy,… Read More

BANANA BREAD – WITHOUT SUGAR, EGGS, DAIRY OR FLOUR

  This sweet, easy, healthy and delicious recipe is a perfect option for healthy breakfasts, together with a piece of your favourite fruit and coffee or tea. Great to make during one of those rainy autumn afternoons at home with relaxing music and time to enjoy yourself.   INGREDIENTS: 4 ripe bananas (peeled) 5-6 medjool… Read More

Split Pea Dhal with Spinach

Ingredients  1  cup of yellow split peas soaked 1 onion chopped into small pieces 3 large cloves of garlic crushed and minced 1 teaspoon curry powder 1 tsp turmeric 1 tsp chilli powder 2 cups of cleaned chopped spinach Salt to taste 5 cups of water 2 chopped tomatoes Method Put the soaked rinsed split… Read More

Honeyed carrot soup

Ingredients 2 tbsp olive oil 2 small leeks 800g carrots 2 tsp clear honey small pinch dried chilli 2 bay leaf 2½ l vegetable stock 5 tsp of milk   Method In a large saucepan a medium heat. Add olive oil  and the leeks to the pan, then cook for 3 mins until starting to… Read More

The Benefits of Spelt Flour

Spelt Flour is considered as one of the oldest cultivated harvest in the history of mankind. The first utilisation of Spelt flour has been recorded more than 7,000-8,000 years ago. It is an assortment of grains or oat that is firmly identified with the wheat. In fact, there is a belief that the spelt was… Read More