Yay finally the weather is getting better here in Munich and just made this really delicious smoothie and it’s very easy to make. My kids love it and I am sure yours will too!
1 Mango, medium size, diced
1 Avocado, cut
1/3 Cup of Frozen Spinach, drained
1-2 Cups of Tangerine Juice
A blender to blend all the ingredients
P.S. If you use fresh spinach, you’ll need a handful of it. And fresh spinach is a lot better. You can also sub the tangerine juice with apple juice, orange juice or pineapple juice. I like the combination of pineapple juice the most. Depending on which juice you’re mixing, the flavor with change a bit too. I like my smoothie a little bit thicker so I use about 1 cup of juice, if you like it a litte thinner then add more juice.
Into your blender, throw in half of your mango, add all the spinach and then the mango again.
Cut the avocado and scoop in the flesh into your blender.
Add half of the juice, blend well.
Add the rest of the juice, blend again. Give it a stir with a spoon if you need it.
Enjoy it while it’s fresh. You can keep the smoothie in a fridge for 1-2 days. I won’t change the color. The acid from the juice and the mango keeps the avocado’s natural color. xoxo 💋
It’s carnival in Germany!!!!!!! Everyone is really excited including me! In Germany, during carnival and other celebrations, we always eat currywurst! In my opinion, currywurst is really German snack that you can get on particular occasions; christmas market event, carnival and some other festivals.
The key to make great currywurst is good curry sauce which is ketchup and curry powder. Don’t worry, it is NOT spicy!
All you need is:
3/4 Cup of Ketchup
1 – 1.5 Tsp of Curry Powder
2 Tsp of Fried Onion
2 Green Onions, optional
1 Tbsp of Olive Oil
1. Turn on your stoves to medium low heat, one skillet for the bratwursts, one sauce pan for warming up the ketchup.
2. Into your skillet, grill your bratwursts, each sides 2-3 mins. Into your sauce pan, out in the ketchup and just warm it up. Don’t forget to add the curry powder into your ketchup.
3. Lay all your bratwursts on a piece of paper towel, and dry them with it if they’re oily.
4. Put your curry ketchup in a bowl, scatter some fried onion.
5. Lay the wursts on a plate and scatter some green onions and fried onion.
I’ve made these really delicious, savory, full of flavor Salmon Green Onion Cupcakes. I know, I know, everybody is raising their eyebrows now and officially you can call me CRAZY CHRISTY lol. But I promise you and trust me, these are amazing! And you won’t regret it. The consistency of the cupcakes is like muffins and scones. With cream cheese, cranberry jam and some garnished green onions, it is phenomenal! You don’t even taste the salmon.
Here is the list of the ingredients:
2 Cups of AP Flour
1 Tbsp of Baking Powder
1/2 Tbsp of Salt
2 Eggs, medium size
1 Cup or 250 ml of Crème fraîche (sour cream or yoghurt can replace it too)
1 Cup or 200-250 gr of fresh Salmon, diced
1 Cup or 250 ml of Vegetable Oil
1 Cup of Green Onion, finely chopped
2 Tbsp of Bavarian Sweet Mustard (honey mustard)
1 Tbsp of Dijon Mustard
1 Tbsp of Horseradish
2 Tbsp of Honey
For the frosting, you’ll need:
1/2 Cup or 125 gr of cream cheese
1/2 Cup or 125 ml of heavy cream
Some Cranberry jam
Some green onions.
How to make the Salmon Green Onion Cupcakes:
Turn on your oven to 180 degrees Celsius or 375 degrees Farenheit.
In your large bowl, beat your eggs until pale (3 minutes) with a mixer or a whisk.
Add in the oil and Crème fraîche, mix again. If you don’t have Crème fraîche, you can also use sour cream or yoghurt. But yoghurt is a little ligher than Crème fraîche, you might need to reduce a little bit.
Add in all the dry ingredients; flour, baking powder, and salt. Mix them again.
Put in the salmon and green onions. Mix them with a spatula. Add in all the rest of the ingredients; mustard, sweet mustard and honey.
Line your muffin tray with liners. Use a spoon to transfer your batter into the liners.
I made about 12 cupcakes. I still had some and just made pancakes out of it.
Bake for about 30 minutes. Let them cool.
For the frosting, beat the heavy cream until soft peak or about 3 minutes.
Add in the cream cheese and mix well with the whipped cream.
Transfer it into a ziploc or a pastry bag with a nozzle. You can also use only a ziploc without a nozzle.
I am totally into this healthy bowl, I just call it healthy because it is really healthy. You get most of protein, vitamins, fiber, good fats and less sugar. Healthy, isn’t it? I can eat this everyday and at anytime 🙂
Skyr (Icelandic cheese, but tastes like thick yoghurt), fresh mango dices, strawberries, pomegranate seeds, walnuts, chia seeds, flaxseeds, and some strawberry jam.
You can always substitute those with what you have on hand.
P.S. I used lactose free Skyr because I am lactose intolerant 😥
Put some Skyr on your bowl, add some jam on top of it. And then add the fresh fruits then the nuts and seeds. Enjoy! I am sure you’ll love it!
Hi guys! Welcome back to my website again! Sorry for the very long break. My husband, Nick and I decided to take a long vacation in Italy. So, we were in Italy from the beginning of May until the end of June hehehe.
After coming back from Italy, there were always things going on and they just kept me busy. And I thought, before my German course starts again I should write something here.
So, currently I am obsessed with plant-based meal concept and have been cooking a lot of vegan meals. I thought to share some of them.
Here is how I start my day with Avocado Almond Milk Shake (vegan). Believe me, you’ll love it!
P.S. You can also mix with banana or some spinach. I’ve tried it and it was soooooooo good!
2 Riped Avocados
350-400ml of Almond Milk (you can also sub with wheat milk, tastes really yummy too)
2 Spoonfuls of Chia Seeds
Cut the avocados and put them in the blender, and pour the almond milk in it. Blend!
I don’t really like sweet shake, if you do, you can add some palm sugar syrup or other syrup.
Pour the shake in your glass and add some chia seeds.
This delicious, flavorful and healthy Yoghurt Muesli Parfait will just make your day “parfait” (parfait means perfect in French). I’m in love with American parfaits currently ❤️❤️❤️. In America, parfaits are not only the European version but also other versions that include yoghurt, granola, nuts, muesli, liqueurs and so on. In Germany, we will not call this parfait, we just call it Yoghurt Muesli.
This parfait is very easy to make, you just layer your favorite dairy products along with your favorite fruits and with some crunchy crackers or muesli and so on.
My husband, Nicolas and I had this for breakfast and we both were totally in love with this one! And I’m sure that we’re going to have it again tomorrow!
Low fat yoghurt, crunchy mango muesli, fresh mango dices, fresh passion fruits, chia seeds, a drizzle of honey and a very thin slice of lemon were just a fantastic combination! We ate the lemon slices and it tasted so good with the mango muesli together.
2 Cups of Yoghurt (I like to use low fat one).
1/2 Cup of Crunchy Mango Muesli.
1/2 of ripe Mango, diced small.
2 Passion Fruits, cut and scooped out.
2 Tsp of Chia seeds.
2 Slices of Lemon, very thin.
Honey, to taste.
I prepare my parfaits in two dessert glasses.
Put in the yoghurt, one cup each glass.
Spread the on top of the yoghurt.
Add in the mango dices, chia seeds and passion fruits.
A drizzle of honey.
P.S. Make sure you get organic lemons, because if you don’t. Non-organic lemons contain a lot of wax and some other chemicals which are not good for your health 🙂