A Sunday well spent. 

A Sunday well spent. 

My Sunday was well spent. 

I slept late, went to work and made some yummy food for the family, came home and figured out dinner for myself! (Quiche Loraine, no crust, with a fresh crunchy salad!) 

I normally wake up in the morning in rush (as most do) and always find myself scrambling or poaching an egg, toasting some rye and swallowing a coffee, before dashing out the door. 

Tonight I decided to make some chia pudding jars and let them settle in the fridge, so that tomorrow I can grab one and start munching while I’m getting ready and then take it with me in the car to finish will sitting in traffic.  

So here, a quick – no, really quick recipe for a chia jar. 

Ingredients 

3 TBSP of chia 

1 TBSP of gluten free oats 

250ml of almond milk (regular or soy milk are also fine, I like my pudding thick, so see the consistency in the morning and you can stir through some more milk to suit you) 

1 TBSP of honey or a preferred sweetener

1/2 an apple chopped 

1 tsp of cinnamon 

1 TBSP of pumpkin seeds

1 TBSP of almonds (flaked or whole) 

Place in a jar or bowl and leave in the refrigerator overnight 

Eat!!!! 





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See the brownie, eat the brownie. 

See the brownie, eat the brownie. 

Hello! Please! Look at these delicious pieces of heaven!!!! 

Once again on the raw situation! I found these on www.therawtarian.com 

They are packed with superfoods. 

They are amazingly rich and decadent. 

Although a lot of ingredients, this recipe is easy to make and delicious to eat! Obviously 😁 

Ingredients 

1 cup of sunflower seeds 

1 cup of cashews 

2 1/4 cup of dates, pitted 

1/2 cup of cacao 

1 TBSP of vanilla paste 

1 TBSP of coconut oil

1/4 tsp of salt 

1/4 cup of raw cacao nibs or goji berries 

1/4 cup of chia or hemp hearts 

1/4 cup of flaked almonds (my addition) 

Method 

In a food processor, process the sunflower seeds, add the cashews…process. 

Ok. Now the tricky part. Add the dates, bit by bit, you need to keep adding and be patient here, you might need to remove half the mix and add, then add more and keep processing. 

The mix should resemble a crumbly cookie mix. 

Ok! 

Add the coconut oil, cacao, vanilla, salt – process! 

Transfer to a bowl and with your hands mix in the cacao nibs and chia seeds. 

Shape into a brownie pan, press and compact into the pan, and then pop into the fridge for about 1 hour. 

Take out, cut to size, and store in a airtight container in the fridge! 

Don’t cut the pieces to big as its really rich! (But yummy) 



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Bread, but kale, but bread.

Bread, but kale, but bread.



Look at this beautiful creation! When will the kale affair stop!!?!?? NEVER! 

Make this and keep it frozen in slices, and then pop it into the toaster in the morning!!!!! *droooooool! Top with cream cheese, avocado, loads of fresh lemon squeezes and viola! Magic on a plate! 

No-grain Kale bread 

Makes 1 loaf 

4 TBSP of melted coconut oil 

350 ml water 

1 tbsp of brown rice syrup 

100g of KALE finely chopped 

45g sunflower seeds 

85g linseeds 

125g whole almonds, toasted and chopped 

100g quinoa flakes 

3 TBSP of psyllium husk powder 

1/2 tsp of salt 

70g pumpkin seeds 

1 tbsp coconut flour 

Place the coconut oilin a jug with the water and brown rice syrup. 

Sauté the kale over a medium heat until softened. 

Add all the remaining ingredients and mix well. 

Grease a 1kg loaf tin and pack the mix into it. Leave to sit for about 1 to 2 hours. 

Preheat oven to 170C and bake the loaf for 50 minutes. 

Remove from the tin and return to the oven for a further 20 minutes. 

Leave to cool of a rack before slicing. 

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Breakfast! What’s that??

Breakfast! What’s that??

I have never been one to rush to the breakfast table in the morning! 

My mother always made sure that we had our favorite cereals out, with a whole lots of extras, yet I couldn’t seem to get out of bed with major enthusiasm. Maybe the thought of sleeping for an extra ten minutes was more appealing! 

As an adult, I’ve come to realize how important it is to actually eat breakfast! All those “it’s helps your metabolism” and “it’s healthy for you”, are actually true!!! (Who knew right?) 

There is something ridiculously comforting about a warm bowl of oats, also the lushness of a soft poached egg on rye. If I’m having a manic morning, there are always hard boiled eggs in my fridge for a little protein fix! (No flex zone) 💪💪 

There are also so many blogs and websites that can give you tips on how to bring out your creative breakfast genius, so go and do some browsing and eat your porridge! Ha! 

The bowl in the picture is filled with warm oats, flaked almonds, chia seeds, raw cacao nibs and cranberries!! 

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Chia Chia Chia 

Chia Chia Chia 

Super Foods? Superseeds? Superhuman powers and superman. 

I’m not one to jump onto fads or these quick fix diets. Detoxing and juicing and souping doesn’t sit well with me. I tend to believe that everything in moderation helps, also that if you just got up from the couch and go for a walk, you will notice the difference soon enough, and patience, with hard work, helps the entire weight loss, get fit, live your best life situation.

BUT! I have jumped onto the Chia seed craze. I eat it in anything I can. Cereal in the morning, apples dipped into it with peanut butter for a snack, even smoothies. Also raw strawberry “jam” using chia is amazing. 

Loaded with fiber, protein, Omega3, Calcium, Maganese, Magnesium, Phosphorous and also with decent amounts of Zinc, VitaminB3, potassium, VitaminB1 and VitaminB2!!!  It is a superseed!! Sheeeeeeewy! 

So get some Chia! Sprinkle it everywhere! 

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