These chia energy balls have the added nutrition of chia seeds, aside from being vegan, dairy-free and paleo without refined sugars or added sweeteners. You can make different version of chia bliss balls! But my favorite are these chocolate chia bliss balls. The basic ingredients for chia bliss balls are chia seeds, pecan nuts (or any other type of nut such as almond) and dates. … Continue reading Chocolate Chia Bliss Balls
These apple energy balls are made with soft dried apple, dates, pecans and spices for a sweet, little treat that tastes almost like apple pie. Tip: Use a scale. If you have a kitchen scale, please use it to measure your ingredients. To make these apple pie energy balls, you’ll need both dates and dried apple rings. I would not use the crunchy ones, but use the soft … Continue reading Apple Energy Balls
These cranberry and pistachio energy balls are my second venture into making my own energy bites, which I sometimes like as a healthy snack. Best part, these are also no bake, which means no oven. Which is super welcome now in summer, where it is just hot, hot and hot in the med! This recipe has 2 parts where you first make the date mixture … Continue reading Cranberry & Pistachio No Bake Energy Balls
Ingredients: 2 Eggs 2-3 tablespoons of Mayonnaise Pepper & Salt, for seasoning Chives or Parsley, washed and chopped finely Brown multi-seed bread, or other bread you prefer Rucola or watercress, optional Method: Take your eggs out of the fridge and grab a saucepan of medium to small size. If you have an egg pricker, this would be the time to use this oh-so-handy little … Continue reading Egg Salad Sandwiches
Curry & Pineapple Soup with King Prawns | healthy does not need to be boring! by Sandra Bekkari Continue reading Curry & Pineapple Soup with King Prawns
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