Chia porridge with coconut and raspberries

Chia porridgeChia seeds contain both protein and omega-3 and are often called a “superfood”. When soaked they turn into a jelly which means you can cook food according to the raw food principle. Without heating up the food. It is eaten cold and good as a summer porridge. They don’t taste much so adding something flavourful is good. The porridge can also be made with for example almond milk instead of water. If you are a vegan, swap the honey for agave syrup.

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Chocholate dream mousse with avocado and banana

Healthy chocolate mousseFinally! Even chocolate mousse or chocolate pudding can be healthy. Or at least healthier than the factory made variety. Topped with physalis fruits that gives the dish a nice fresh contrast it is a favourite. Swap the honey for syrup to make the dish vegan. For variety spice the dish with vanilla essens, cardamon or lemon. Can be kept in the fridge for a day, if it – against all odds – should be anything left to save.

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Pomegranate salad with citrus dressing

Pomegranate saladA colourful salad that is a real energy kick in the winter months. The citrus dressing makes the salad really fresh.
Replace the honey with agave syrup to make the salad vegan.

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Black bean salad with a little of everything

Black bean salladThis salad contains many nutritions and is quick to make.
This is a good salad for when you are really hungry and need to eat something fast.
Cooking time: 15 minutes, using precooked beans.
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Halloumi and brussel sprout puree – a LCHF meal

Halloumi and brussel sprout pureeBrussel sprouts is usually one of the “leafy greens” that come very high in the list of vitamins and antioxidants. To eat brussel sprouts in a puree is a good way of getting the nutrients. Fry up some Halloumi – greek cheese – and you have yourself a meal.

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