All posts filed under: Plant-based lunch/dinner

Healthy grocery list

In order to make it easier to live a healthier life – making better food choices –  it’s good to stock up the kitchen with healthy foods. When the pantry is full of good stuff there’s no excuse not to make healthy homemade meals. I know how convenient it can be to buy take-away and grabb a less healthy option if your fridge is home to a lonely carrot. And yes, making homemade meals from scratch is cheaper. A win-win situation. You might feel that you don’t have time to cook all day everyday. Yes you do, cause I bet you don’t have time to be sick. If you have children let them join; cooking is a social activity that can bring the whole family together.   Below you’ll find a list that you can download, and bring to the supermarket next time you need some ”plant-based food shopping inspo”. My plant-based pantry   ❤ Linda Annonser

Vegan mac & cheese

This recipe is very easy to make, especially if you already have some sweet potato leftovers in the fridge and soaked cashews. I’ve been craving a really creamy pasta dish for a couple of days, and yesterday I saw a photo of a deliciously looking vegan mac & cheese recipe so I just had to make it. Oh my! A new favourite. I’ve never been a huge fan of pasta, but this was extremely satisfying. I cooked some gluten free pasta and combined it with the sauce, and topped it all with baby spinach and steamed broccoli. However, the lightning is terrible at the moment. Total darkness 24/7, so what to do. It tastes way better than it looks though, I promise. Invite your friends over for a pasta evening. Comfort food at its best. Bon appetit! ❤ Ingredients: (for approx. 2-4 persons, it all depends on how hungry you are) 2 dl roasted sweet potato 2 dl raw unsalted cashew nuts 0.75 dl water 0.5 dl lemon juice 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp …

Buddah Bowl

‘Mother Nature isn’t immortal. She’s screaming for your affection. Your respect. Beautiful, yet so fragile, she’s crying. Hug her. Please, hug her gently. She’s beautiful, but for how long.’   – Linda Since I’ve been feeling slightly under the weather today (don’t know why!?) I felt like having a big bowl of goodness for dinner. A rainbow bowl. Deliciously filling, and deliciously nutrient dense. I’m feeling better already after enjoying this lovely, nourishing buddha bowl. At least I’m trying to convince myself of that. It will most likely be an early night. Anyway, promise you’ll make this beautiful bowl. If only cause the tahini-dressing goes very well with the veggies. Dix points. Nourishing Buddah Bowl Ingredients: (the amount depends on how many you’re feeding) Sweet potato Pumpkin Broccoli Quinoa Mushrooms Bok choy Cherry tomatoes Garlic Black & white sesame seeds Himalaya salt & pepper Chili Instructions: Cook the quinoa according to the instructions on the package. Chop the sweet potato into chunks and cook until soft. Chop the vegetables, mushrooms and garlic. In a frying pan fry …

Nourish bowl

”Eating well is a form of self-respect.”   Hope you all have a lovely Sunday. I’m all about that glow food; #eatforbeauty. These kinds of bowls are so easy to make. Just choose whatever fresh vegetables, healthy carbs, berries, nuts/seeds and spices you have at home and mix together into a nourishing bowl. They come very handy on those days when you have left-overs. Like today my fridge was filled with cooked quinoa and sweet potato (I always seem to prepare for a whole family when I cook…) ”…strawberries, coriander, sweet potato, crunchy pumpkin seeds. Yum!” This beautiful bowl is filled with all my favourites, such as quinoa, sweet potato, baby spinach, broccoli, pumpkin seeds, strawberries, fresh coriander and a dash of apple cider vinegar seasoned with turmeric, cayenne pepper and chili (hot stuff!). I love the mixture of different flavours – strawberries, coriander, sweet potato, crunchy pumpkin seeds. Yum! Somehow I prefer eating my food from a bowl, I find it very comforting. I’m most definitely making more of these bowls – quick, healthy …