Another easy way to prepare dinner if you just run out of ideas...These home-made vegetable “fries” with cucumber yoghurt dip are super simple. Not that crispy, but definitely healthy👌🏻
Made of parsnip, carrot, sweet potato and knob celery.
If you will ever think how to use a knob celery - make knob celery fries. I love them and my little one, too despite the very specific taste of the knob celery.
I didn’t put my veggie fries in a deep fryer, I simply baked them in the oven for 40 min. The veggies were coated in olive oil with salt and garlic and I used a bit of additional ghee while baking them. I served a cucumber yoghurt as dip 😋#vegetables#veggie#veggiefries#healthytoddler#healthydinner#carrot#parsnip#knobcelery#sweetpotato#cucumber#cucumberyoghurtdip
Lentil soup topped with fried onion (better knows as daal with tadka if you’re South Asian!) This has been my favourite go to dish for busy days. I’ve been adding meat to this dish to make it extra filing and it is absolutely delicious!
What’s your go-to dish for busy weeknight?
Fusilli in cauliflower sauce, with tofu spinach and zucchini🍝 Veggies all over the place 🌿
The iron from plant-based sources is best absorbed if it's combined with Vitamin C. So,we added some lemon and extra Vitamin C to our water to drink with this meal 💪🏼
The recipe for this sauce is a few posts below ⬇️That time when I made burgers with pasta 🙉
Low carb spitskoolsalade met wat biologische gerookte kip, en zonnebloempitten met rucola 🌳✨ gekruid met wat kurkuma, en op smaak gebracht met een kleine theelepel light mayonaise en mosterd. Heel lekker, veel groenten én koolhydraatarm. ✨ Vanzelfsprekend is de salade ook glutenvrij 💛
Ingrediënten voor 2 personen
- 400 gram spitskool (of witte kool)
- biologische gerookte kip
- 1/2 eetlepel mayonaise (of kwark)
- 1 theelepel mosterd
1. Maal de spitskool fijn met een foodprocessor, en meng hier de mayonaise of kwark, en de mosterd door. Hier kan je ook al een deel rucola door mengen, en wat snufjes kurkuma. ✨
2. Rooster de zonnebloempitten totdat ze mooi bruin zijn.
3. Snijd de gerookte kip, en voeg deze toe aan de fijngemaakte spitskool.
4. Maak een bedje van rucola op een bord, en leg daarop de salade. Strooi hierop de geroosterde zonnebloempitten, et voilá!✨💛
I am loving roasted delicata squash! It’s texture is some where between creamy butternut and spaghetti squash. The roasted skin is edible so it’s super easy to prep and can be tossed with salads, grains or as a side to a protein. I am planning to serve mine up tonight with a green salad, pomegranate seeds, toasted pine nuts, walnuts and pumpkin seeds with a balsamic dressing. Your welcome! #monday#squash#salad#healthy#nutrition#vegetables#healthyfood#health#healthydinner#motivation
Ma chi l’ha detto che per essere in forma non si devono mangiare dolci?
Non esiste programma migliore di questo, non voglio sentir parlare di altro, perché niente potrà essere migliore e più naturale di questo.
Adesso scusate ma ho uno shake delizioso da bere 😍
Troppo feliceeeeeeee 😍😍😍😍😍
crispy seared salmon, baked sweet potato wedges, and brussels sprouts... my kind of meal! 😎❤️
this trio happens for dinner at least once a week in my house - it’s simple, quick and tastes DELISH.
my friend @sara.haven is the one who taught me how to sear salmon - although mine isn’t as crispy as hers (I don’t think anyone will ever be able to master it quite like she does 👑)
I’ve had quite the productive Monday 💃 and I’m treating myself to a shopping trip this evening!
I hope you all are enjoying your day, and have a lovely evening!
#dinner sprinkle salmon with @primalpalate adobo seasoning and sear in pan with @chosenfoods avocado oil skin side up for a few minutes on medium heat. flip and cook on other side for a few more minutes! paired with roasted brussels sprouts + sweet potatoes (baked at 400F for 30 minutes)
I also snacked on chocolate hob nobs, yoghurt, peanut butter and fruit btw..
I really want to let something out tonight. Over the last two days I was listening to some podcasts and looking at information trying to find things I can do to naturally balance my hormones (my oestrogens are very low)
While doing that I stumbled upon a new ‘diet’ that’s not really a diet but now that I’m looking at it. It is basically another diet. I’ve been finding out a lot about this particular lifestyle/ diet which was tailored specific to the type of person I am to help me lose weight while also energising me and making my feel my best.
I lasted around 3/4 of the day.. as much I want to be able to follow something that probably will be beneficial for me. I had the realisation tonight that why do I need to stick to some food rules that don’t necessarily make me any happier. Why should I stick to only 3 vegetables and feel bad for adding more because the principles said have 3 veggies. While I know I hold quite a lot of extra fat I’m by no means unhealthy. And while my portion sizes may be quite large. Ive just started to see food as food and not obsess over it so much so why on earth would I want to go back to having some rules that I should follow to ‘better me’ in terms of my weight.
The amount of people in this world who eat what they wants and have a good body AND a good relationship with them self and food shows that you can eat what you want intuitively (once you’ve learnt to become in tune with your body again). So while I bow down to the work this woman has done because it does make a lot of sense and is both scientifically and spiritually speaking, it doesn’t mean I need to go by what she says especially if it causes me a bit more anxiety than otherwise.
Full day. Breakfast: porridge, soy milk and strawberries, lunch was salad, 2 boiled eggs and a can of tuna, dinner: broccoli steamed with soy sauce, 5 mini turkey kievs, 100g brown lentils, 6 slices roasted turkey, for snacks I have 4 easy peelers, 4 yoyos and Diet Coke mango. Hurt my foot in the gym today 😭 hope it gets better so I can run tnrw// 1105 calories, 107g carbs/ 32g Fat // 89g protein