I’ve finally figured out how to make my green smoothie taste nice – without being too sweet either. Even Lana likes it! I try to make this recipe or variations of it several times per week and I like that you don’t need 20 different ingredients for it to taste good and be healthy! The intense green colour is just the spirulina doing its job.
In the middle of Djurgården Island in Stockholm lies a beautiful organic haven called Rosendals Trädgård. This lovely place is a vegetable garden with a cafe where you can enjoy the produce as well as a shop that sells all sorts of yummy stuff.
I’m always looking for healthy treats/snacks that are quick and easy to make and give me a sweet fix without all that extra junk – and don’t contain a long list of random ingredients! When I came across this recipe I immediately thought it could be a winner, and it’s definitely something I’ll make again and again – especially since you can vary the recipe so easily.
After watching a documentary called “Cowspiracy” (watch it and it might change your life too!) a few months ago I’ve been trying to eat less dairy and cook more vegan food. For a vegetarian who doesn’t really like fish and who’s been avoiding eggs due to Lana’s allergy, veganism isn’t really that huge a leap from where I was before.
I have a serious sweet tooth and I would go as far as to say I have a sugar addiction. I love chocolate, sweet liquorice, salty liquorice, cakes, ice cream, sweets – you name it. If I buy a bag of sweets I can’t just eat a few and put the bag aside, no, I’ll eat the whole thing even though I know I’ll feel a bit sick afterwards. Maybe you recognise yourself as well?