All posts tagged: Recipe

A Healthy Twist to Your Christmas Eve Dinner

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year My Darlings! Yes indeed I am a little early, but if you’re reading these lines, it might mean that you’ve been following me for quite a while. And therefore, you deserve all my warmest and best wishes as well as a whole lot of deliciousness at the end of what have been a tremendous, sometimes hard, but amazing year. Wherever you are, whoever you are, whatever your doing, I am thanking the simple but beautiful human being in you, the light inside you I am trying to set fire to with my positive energy. I am creating this world for you to feel welcome into, to feel at ease; I want you to take whatever you like and to throw away the things you do not. If there’s one thing we have to remember at the end of the day/year, is that apart from all being equal and IMperfect (but exceptional), it’s essential for us all to cultivate our inner beauty and to use it to inspire others; if …

Green Goodness Buddha Bowl

As soon as the autumn hits, greens tend to get unpopular. There only is a few green vegetables indeed, but they are just marvellous, full of flavours and happiness. Well, here is a great way to add them all to your cold months diet. This is my favourite bowl at the moment, not only because it is very quick and easy to make, but because its taste just is insanely addictive. And since this is one of the healthiest dinner ever, you’ll feel so virtuous after eating it, it’s never been that easy to eat greens! I’ve been asked many times how to eat Kale, and gently sautéing it must be my favourite way; it is tender yet still a little firm, and goes perfectly along with the courgette. The pea puree adds a great creaminess to the dish, as well as a refreshing note, thank to its lemony taste. When it comes to the almonds (well, I actually almost eat them all straight out of the oven…oups!), they bring a fantastic crush, a spicy …

Healthy & Raw Wicked Pumpkin Pie

What would be a Halloween party without a proper dessert, a delicious, easy, impressive dessert you will feel proud of and your guests will thank you for. The first time I ever tasted a pumpkin pie actually was in Vancouver, where I’ve been able to prepare an entire Thanksgiving dinner. This is when I was still eating processed food and despite my sweet tooth, I did not really enjoy the famous pumpkin pie. Two years after, I thought it would be a good idea to make my own healthy version of that pumpkin pie. I am not hiding that this recipe might be slightly caloric, but just slightly; but the point of eating healthy is not about counting how many calories we ingest but how much goodness. What’s more, you should just tell people you used time, love and happiness as ingredients…that’s what I did at the Halloween party I attended yesterday…it did not work, but that’s just because they know me by heart!

Awfully Delicious Breakfast – Maple & Cinnamon Chia Pudding

I cannot get used to time flying so quickly; it seems that as soon as I get accustomed to a situation, things are changing again, swapped for even more beautiful things though. It feels like we’ve just entered autumn, and yet, here we are, getting much closer to Halloween and the much colder season than ever. Even though this is quite unsettling, I kind of love how life is unfolding, giving us a little magic to dream on every single day. That rapidity also makes me realise we should all be so thankful to wake up the morning after, simply because life could stop at any time…But enough of this gloomy talk, let’s move on to something way more delicious – the very beginning of our Halloween Treats Collection!

Friday Inspiration – Roasted Pepper Brown Rice Salad w/ a Sage, Miso & Mustard Dressing

Brown rice is to healthy eaters what money is to penny-pinching people…in a nutshell, eatable gold! We’re told that brown rice has much more fibres, minerals (potassium, magnesium, iron, manganese…) and proteins than regular white rice, by virtue of being unrefined and whole. More minerals, and especially manganese means more harmony in your body and all round better nervous and reproductive systems, more proteins means more energy available and more muscles (well, after a though process we usually call sport…) and more fibres means happier, lighter and healthier guts!

Winter Aches Natural Treatments & Cold Remedies

This year, Mother Nature has been a little tough on us – switching to what we could call a freezing weather simply overnight, without notice or any kind of warning. Unfortunately for many of us, that lead to a few complications, mainly being having hard times to sleep (because of the quick transition), wake up, and for others, suffering from early signs of colds and flus. What we usually like to do when getting ill actually is to rush to drug store and buy anything that could cure us quickly and efficiently, whereas what we should all do first is trying natural and inexpensive cures, that are much better for our health, longevity and planet!