Crumbly, creamy, cinnamony.
I love easy bakes full of flavor but quick to prepare, without a ton of steps to follow. However, there are occasions where something more soffisiticated is just the right thing to do. While watching a baking show, I came across this gorgeous combination of ingredients and textures, which tingled my baking nerve. The single components aren’t difficult to prepare and with the proper timing it won’t take long until you have a scrumptious festive cake to serve to your guests.
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Understand the basics to make an informed decision.
There are two “new” bad boys in the nutrition bubble: carbohydrate and insulin. The carbohydrate-insulin-hypothesis claims that carbs are noxious for your health because they raise blood sugar and, as a consequence, insulin, inherently making you fat. In the light of this, insulin gets a bad reputation for being the hormone driving adiposity. The glycemic index of foods is rediscovered in a desperate attempt to keep blood glucose as low as possible. But is this even necessary? Let’s take a look!
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For easy reference and destressing nutrition.
Fatty foods are often misunderstood and unrightfully demonized or at least avoided. Which really is a shame as some of the healthiest foods on the planet are quite high in fat. And, as a nice side effect, simply delicious! Therefore I’ve decided to compile a little list of especially healthy fat sources for you. To go with the click-baiting of the usual “top X food” lists, number 9 will blow your mind…
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Vegetarian, rich in protein and delicious.
What an incredible combination of ingredients. Originally, watermelon and feta (or similar salty, firm cheese) are popular in the Mediterranean area but I wanted to do something slightly different. Also, to be honest, I just felt to change things up and I had an open bottle of chili sauce, fresh coriander and juicy ginger at home. This is how this Asian variation was born and I am really happy with it. Give it a try!
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Creamy, refreshing and macro friendly.
Summer is my least favourite season, yet it still has it’s perks, one of them being perfectly ripe and sweet tomatoes. They are so delicious that I somehow got the urge to turn them to an ice cream. Yet another experiment that worked out way better than I thought! Oh, and the macros are insane. Thank me later.
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Delicious and very easy to prepare.
This is one of the recipes that turned out much, much better than expected. It is also an easy and affordable way to get more fish in your diet. Very easy to cook, full of veggies, a comforting gravy bringing everything together, crispy herbs and topped with melted cheese, this truly is a wonderful, dieting friendly dish. Give it a try!
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Overcoming bad times with a better mindset.
Obstacles, problems, injury, setbacks, they all are part of life. Not a very fun part, but it is at it is. People life in fear of what could happen or lament to others about the problems they currently experience. However bad the situation seems, we still have to manipulate our mindset to make things just a little bit easier. How? Read on!
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A mild, yet exciting curry of unusual origin.
Many people are afraid a curry is too hot for them and therefore dislike Indian cuisine. However, this massaman curry is comforting mild, but still excitingly fragrant and not at all boring. Indian spices collide with Thai ingredients, giving birth to a very special dish. Comforting, yet interesting. The kind of food that makes you a little sad once you ate the last portion. And the best of all, it’s really easy to make and can be prepared in large batches. Enjoy!
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Rustic, foolproof and full of “the good stuff”.
Flapjacks are kinda weird: somewhere between cookie and müsli-bar. Delicious, easy to make and surprisingly satiating. Don’t be fooled by all the “healthy” ingredients like oats, fruits, nuts and honey, they still are what they are, a sweet treat totally worth the calories, but still having quite some calories. Sorry, I just hate it when sweets are labeled “healthy” and then marketed any calorie free. Anyways, enjoy these flapjack cookies, they are simply amazing!
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Featuring one weird trick to make the best chicken broth ever.
Recreating the ramen eating experience from our last trip to Japan is a quest for perfection. One can only aspire to come closer, reaching it is impossible. However it is possible to create something very tasty, nutritious and to bring the memories back. If ramen isn’t your thing (weirdo!), stay for the chicken broth recipe. A good broth has unlimited uses and I promise you there is a trick you haven’t heard of. Enjoy!
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