these falafel flatbread sandwiches taste that much better since they’re homemade. things just taste better when you make them yourself, you know? meal prep these ahead for the week, so all you have to do for lunch is put them together! link in the bio for drool worthy falafel flatbread sandwiches💌
TIP: wilting greens in your fridge? 🌈💫🦋blend them up and freeze into ice cubes to add to smoothies! blend with orange juice, coconut water, almond milk or simply water! keep your greens fresh and don’t let any go to waste⭐️
🌼flower power🌸 🦋🍄🌛believe it or not these lil blooming ladies have benefits for your health and wellbeing too. they have antioxidants to help fight free radicals you may pick up from pollution in your environment plus some good vitamins. grow your own, pick them up at the farmers market or your local health food shop🍄
you asked for it..! recipes for the falafel and flatbread from my stories, but i combined them into a sandwich and topped it with a garlic hummus sauce! follow the link in the bio for the ingredients and step by step instructions. go ahead and make it ahead for your week’s lunches and let me know what you think✨
how do you take care of yourself? do you take yourself out on dates, to watch the sunset or to a yum dinner.. to see a movie or stroll the farmers market🍒..? often we can get wrapped up in our daily lives and forget to take care of ourselves.. and it’s rare to see someone with a poor lifestyle have a healthy diet. maybe all it takes sometimes is to work from the inside out and all the rest comes together☁️🦋💕
a tip i picked up from cafes: herb salads. think of it as a way to increase the nutritional value and the flavor of your food. herbs provide antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and anti-fungal properties to fight disease and illness. i used to think herbs were just something pretty to put on top of your food, but they add such amazing flavor and are seriously good for you! for some avo toast, mix up some chopped dill, parsley, baby greens, sesame seeds with olive oil🌱 and you have just made your meal that much healthier! ps that is coconut feta! from @bellecentral
a mango salsa recipe for you😋🌱⭐️serve alongside guacamole and a roasted tomato salsa for corn chip dipping needs, top your tacos or add it to your taco salads!
1/4 red onion
1/2 jalapeño, deseeded
handful of cilantro🌱🌱😋
juice of 2 limes!
stays fresh in the fridge for a few days, and tastes better after you let it sit in the fridge for 1-2 hours before serving xxxx
an orange, pineapple and ginger smoothie to boost up my vitamin C... it’s amazing how long it’s been since i’ve been sick! in high school and college, i was constantly sick and on antibiotics for this or that, it felt like a vicious cycle. and im not a doctor, so i can’t say a vegan diet is the solution to everything, but im here to share what has helped me when everything else left me feeling disappointed. what i know as a holistic nutrition student is that our food contains all the nutrients and minerals we need for optimal health, it is only when our diets are deficient or we are ill that we need supplements. if you focus on eating for health, eating seasonal, local, organic, unprocessed foods your body will give that love back to you🌻💛☁️🌱
the cashew cheese recipe is live! i know i promised it would be out days ago, but ive been rebuilding my site and i completely underestimated how much work it would be. so finally, i am happy to share with you my favorite cashew cheese recipe i developed after tasting every single one i could find in australia. it’s fresh, creamy, spreadable and perfect with rice crackers. follow the link in the bio, try it out and let me know what you think xxx🌻
a simple orzo pasta salad to complement your main. made with green olives, cucumber, tomatoes, parsley, dill, red onion and dressed with olive oil, lemon juice and Himalayan pink salt. having a dish like this one in the fridge makes it so easy for healthy meals to come together, that’s why i make a big batch to have for the week💛
taco salads all week long over here🌶 i make these because i bulk all the ingredients so when i want to make one, everything comes together in minutes. made with a base of lettuce, i sauté corn with black beans, red onion, mexican rice and use as base with lettuce. add heaps of fresh cilantro, jalapeño, tomatoes, bell pepper and a dressing made with 1/4 avocado, 1 lime, 1 garlic clove, salt and a dash of olive oil. mix everything together and you’ve got an easy lunch!
breakfast idea: switch your smoothies for a savory tofu scramble! i add tons of flavorful herbs and veggies such as fresh jalapeño, dill, garlic, onion and fresh cherry tomatoes for a contrast to the warm scramble🌱
this dill cashew cheese is a winner⭐️ smooth, creamy and spreadable, making it the perfect dip for rice crackers or veggies. plus it yields healthy fats, calcium and magnesium. recipe will be up in 2 days, on my new site🦋