Making jam is one of my favourite cooking process. The process is quite easy and you can customise the fruit combination to your liking. One of the best parts is that you know the ingredients that you put in there. Homemade jam does not contain any stabilisers, preservatives or all those fancy chemical names. It stays well for a month, and if you sterilise the jam jar, the jam can keep for one year unopened.
Chia pudding is a great breakfast to kick start your day. Chia seeds contains a high amount of healthy omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, protein and other goodies. You can simply sprinkle them on your oatmeal, smoothie, salad or make a chia pudding. Chia pudding is extremely easy to prepare. The taste of the pudding is versatile depending on the liquid you soak the seeds in. My favorites are with coconut water, soy milk, milk, almond milk, oh! I soaked them in bubble tea once, it was delicious.
This vegan rice pudding recipe requires only 3 ingredients and is bound to give you an amazing morning.
Boil 1 cup rice, 2 cup soy milk and 1 teaspoon vanilla sugar until bubbles are formed. Simmer for 10 minutes. Top with fresh blueberries, mint leaves and honey.
Rice pudding is another rice heaven. It is a nice warm bowl of coziness for autumn and winter. The pudding naturally tastes sweet because of the milk, rice and banana. With the addition of pear, the dish has sweet bursts of refreshing flavor. The softness and coldness of pear makes a good contrast with the rice pudding. Plus, cinnamon and chocolate never go wrong. By now, this feels like a dessert. It sure tastes like one. The method of making rice pudding is similar to that of oatmeal.
These pancakes are fluffy, flavorful and gluten free. They take 10 minutes and are perfect for brunch. You only need four ingredients (one serving):
- 1 ripe banana
- 1 egg
- 2 tbsp almond flour
- 2 tsp vanilla sugar
The color looks super healthy, the name sounds super healthy. The taste? It tastes great! The sentence “It tastes healthy” somehow have a negative connotation, the underlying expression is “It tastes meh, but it is healthy, so I will eat it.” It does not have to be so. Delicious and healthy can go hand in hand. Trust me, this smoothie is delicious. The avocado and coconut make the smoothie super creamy and flavorful. The addition of spinach is great for your body in every single sense, it also enhances the beautiful green color.
Making smoothie is similar to mixing colors. The base consists of yogurt (soy or biological full yogurt), and banana. With this beige undertone, I add in fruits and vegetables to fine tune the colors. Usually, there is a maximum of three additional ingredients, otherwise the taste would be clashing. To make the smoothie extra creamy, try to add in some frozen ingredients, such as frozen banana or berries.