Do you also love the feeling when it feels like eating out for breakfast but you’re actually sitting in your own home This Saturday morning breakfast is organic avocado, eggs, raw cacao powder, dried cranberries sweetened with apple juice, a pinch of salt and a […]
I’ve said before that I sometimes make gluten free oatmeal. However, I always add hydrolysed gelatin powder (also called collagen powder) and coconut oil or butter. This way my oatmeal becomes more than just a carbohydrate rich meal. I explain more why in this post where I make Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal with Caramelised Apples & Nuts.
I only make these breakfasts with gluten free grains occasionally or a few times a week. I always try to lower my intake of grains including gluten free grains. Some mornings I’ll have eggs, bacon and avocado or sausages but I don’t feel like these protein rich meals every morning. Another thing that I like to make for breakfast is smoothie bowls topped with my grain free granola like these two. One with kale & strawberries and one with black currant.
This Baked Banana Oatmeal is altered from Bake Rita’s Banana Coconut Baked Oatmeal http://www.bakerita.com/banana-coconut-baked-oatmeal-gluten-free-sugar-free-vegan/. I mixed all the ingredients the night before and stored it in a bowl in the fridge. The next morning I added boiling water as all the water was completely absorbed overnight. Add water until the consistency is like oatmeal made in a pot. I served it by drizzling Bake Rita’s Strawberry Cashew Butter.
I’ll sometime make gluten free oatmeal but I always add hydrolysed gelatin powder (also called collagen powder) and coconut oil or butter. This way my oatmeal becomes more than just a carbohydrate rich meal. The gelatin/collagen increases your dietary protein and essential amino acids. Amino […]
Are you enjoying your shoes? I’m enjoying my new minimal shoes from Lems Shoes. More room for my toes compared to most traditional shoes. They’re very comfortable, light, breathable and without a positive heel. It’s wellness for my feet and they look great! It’s an […]
This morning I added homegrown black currants from the freezer to my smoothie bowl I was making. I topped it with homemade grain free granola.
Delicious and a great boost of vitamin C.
The smoothie bowl also contains avocado, banana, collagen protein powder, green powder, coconut milk powder, water, chia seeds and a little psyllium husk.
The road to a sustainable future isn’t black and white. It’s filled with many different tones of grey. For example it isn’t as simple to avoid meat from your plate. Many people have heard about how polluting meat production is. And that is correct when […]
Wild mushroom side dish for lunch. Judas’s ear or Jew’s ear (Auricularia auricula-judae) is an edible mushroom most commonly found on Elder trees (Sambucus nigra). It grows during the cold season. A great way to get wild foods into your diet when there isn’t much […]
This has been a little morning ritual the last months.
It’s a great way to wake up and to get grounded.
It feels a little wild and crazy 😜
We get a better feel for the weather and what the birds, Icelandic horses and other animals are up to.
Getting outdoors and connect with the nature