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Summer is literally just around the corner and smoothies have never felt like a better idea idea than anything else. These are all my top 3 smoothie bowl that I always come back to and as you can see, the toppings are usually the same. But it doesn’t matter because they are all nutrient dense, filling, tasty and fresh. It got to be easy if you want to create habits over time. Try yourself and let me know which one is your favorite.


1/2 banana
1 handful spinach
1/2 avocado
1/2 cup milk of your choice
1/3 cup water

1. Blend all ingredients in a blender until smooth.
2. Top with homemade granola and coconut flakes.


1/2 cup of frozen mango chunks
2 tbsp chopped cilantro
2 tbsp organic protein powder (your choice)
1 handful spinach
1/2 cup coconut milk
1/3 cup water

1. Take out the mango from the freeser 10 minutes before it is time to make yor smoothie.
2. Chop cilatro.
3. Then add all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
4. Top with homemade granola and strawberries and chia seeds, or coconut flakes, fruit of your choice and chia seeds


1/2 cup raspberries
10 almonds
2 tbsp chia seeds
1/3 cup chopped pineapple
1/4 lemon
3/4 cup water

Chop pineapple. Then, add all the ingredients into a blender. Mix until smooth and serve with sliced strawberries, coconut flakes and granola.


Ready in 20 Minutes: Crunchy Tumeric Granola

3 dl oats
2 dl seeds of your choice
3 tsp chopped almonds
Salt, tumeric & cinnamon to taste
1 tsp raw honey
1/2 dl water

1. Combine oats, seeds, choped almonds, salt, Tumeric and Cinnamon.
2. Add honey and water
3. Combine all the ingredisets with your hands until you have a stick mixture. If it is very dry add a little extra water.
4. Place on a baking dish and bake in 15-20 minutes  on 190 degrees Celcius.
5. Let cool and serve with some kefir, yogurt or top a fluffy smoothie with it.


Ready in 3 Minutes: Raspberry & Coconut Yogurt

2 dl (2/3 cup) Coconut milk
50 gram raspberries

Granola or seeds.
Fruits or berries

Combne coconut milk and raspberries in a blender.
Ready to serve with your preffered toppings, enjoy! 😀

Tropical Pancakes

2 egg
1 cup (1 dl) almondmilk
5 tbsp brown rice flour
1 tsp cinnamon
A pinch of salt
1 tbsp coconut oil

Serve with:
Chopped pineapple, grapefruit, yogurt of your choice, coconut flakes and roasted chopped almonds

1. Whisk together eggs, milk, flour, cinnamon and salt.
2. Heat a pan with some coconut oil and pour the battle onto the pan.
3. Brown on both sides, serve hot with the fruit, yogurt, coconut flakes och almonds.

Chia-pudding with a touch of chocolate

Chia seeds, mixed with water and goat yogurt, topped with a chocoloate mixture. Sounds pretty good, right? It is not only tasty, also healthy, wohoo!! 🙂 A breakfast including a good amount of fiber, antioxidants, magnesium, protein and complex carbs.

2 tbsps. chia seeds
1/3 cup (1 dl) water
100 gram yogurt
Chocolate mixture:
1/5 avocado
2 tsp. raw cacao powder
lemon juice
1/5 cup (3/4 dl) water
coconut flakes

1. The night before place chia seeds with water in a jar or bowl. Stir until all seeds are completly covered.

2. The morning after add yoghurt to your chia mixture.

3. In a blender mix avocado, cacao, lemon juice and water.

4. Put the chocolate mixture on top of your chia mixture and serve with your topping.

Enjoy! <3

Pretty Pancakes With Beetroot Topping

It has to be easy in order to make it a habit, hence I created these simple, guilt-free, healthy dairy-free pancakes. All you need is a few ingredients and 10 minutes.

1 egg
1/3 cup (1 dl) water
5 tbsp oat flour
salt & cardamom (to taste)

4 tbsp coconut milk
1/3 beetroot
ginger (to taste)
10 raspberries
1/3 banana

1. Whisk egg, water and oat flour. Add spices and makes sure it’s well whisked.
2. Heat a lightly oiled griddle or frying pan over medium high heat. Pour or scoop the batter onto the pan. This will give you around three pancakes.
3. While your pancakes are getting ready, prepare the topping. In a blender, place coconut milk, beetroot and ginger.
4. Blend until smooth (add more coconut milk if you need).
5. Slice the banana.
6. Serve your pancakes with your beetroot mixture, sliced banana and raspberries.

Enjoy your healthy, tasty breakfast slow and see it as a time for yourself to set yourself up for a great day!

Crunchy Granola

1 1/2 cup oats
3/4 cup mixed seeds
1 tsp. cardamom
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 pinch cloves
1/3 cup water
1/2-1 banana

1. In a bowl mix all the dry ingredients.
2. Add the water and banana.
3. Combine everything with your hands. It is suppose to look like the mixture on the second image.
4. Place in the oven for 20 minutes on 170 degrees Celsius. Stir to ake sure you dont get too big chunks and so it doesnt burn.

Power Protein Pancakes

protein pancakes

Mornings stories – extra good when you take of yourself and I am not only talking about food here. Stating your day with a good self-caring intention will help you throughout the day. Personally I like to start my morning with meditation and some gentle morning yoga. This morning I made one of my favorite pancakes. This is a healthy, high protein pancake recipe that will keep you full and energized until lunch. 

Power Protein Pancakes

1 banana
2 egg
6 tbsp. rice protein powder
1/2 cup oat milk
A pinch of salt
1 tsp. cinnamon

Method: Combine all the ingredients very well and serve your pancakes with your choice of topping. Enjoy!

Breakfast Chia-pudding


Chia seeds aren’t only very nutrient dense, they also very tasty, especially with some fruits and some yogurt or Kefir. This is the kind of breakfast you preferable prepare the night before.

2-3 tbsp chia-seeds
3/4 cup water
1 pinch cinnamon
1/3 cup Kefir/ yogurt/ coconut yogurt
1/2 kiwi fruit
2 tbsp granola

In a glass, add the chia seeds and water. Combine until all chia seeds are covered. Let sit in your fridge overnight or at least for 15 minutes. The next morning/ 15 minutes later stir, add the cinnamon. Slice your kiwi and put on the sides, save some chopped kiwi for additional topping (“you eat with your eye as well”), Add the Kefir/ yogurt/ coconut yogurt. Add your granola and the last kiwi pieces.

Before you eat make a nice, calm environment around your place. Set the table, maybe put on some nice quite music in the background and take a few deep breaths before you start eating. Enjoy!

Gluten-free Weekend Yummyness


Who doesn’t love extra stress-free weekend breakfasts? Exactly, I didn’t think anything else. Hence, let’s enjoy these gluten-free pancakes with some plums and yoghurt of your choice. This is a simple recipe I use most of the times when making pancakes. Easy, healthy and tasty!

Servings: 3


3 eggs
1 1/4 cups of oat flour
1 tsp salt
1 tsp cardamom
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 cups oat milk
1 cup water

Mix all ingredients either by hand or in a blender or food processor. Heat a lightly oiled pan and poor the batter onto the griddle, using around 1/2 cup. Brown on both sides and serve your pancakes with sliced plums, seeds or nuts of your choice and some coconut yogurt or similar. Stay mindful and enjoy your delicious weekend breakfast right away! ?

Sweet Pinapple Smoothie bowl!

smoothie bowl

I love to start my mornings slow, with some refreshing and uplifting colors. It doesn’t only give me a energy boost it also sets a great intention for the day. Now, as it’s summer and the pineapples feels very appealing I just have to share my favourite pineapple smoothie with you.

2 celery stalks
1/2 avocado
3/4 cup chopped pineapple
1 handful spinach
1 tbs hemp protein
1/2 cup coconut milk
1/2 cup water

Blend until smooth. Serve with some granola and berries of your choice. Don’t forget the most important of all, eat slowly, enjoy and chew your food! ?

Yoghurt & Homemade Granola


Another perfect summer breakfast. I am all about eating seasonally,  so why not embrace the lovely apricots that are available right now? This is a great breakfast alternative together with a bodied egg or a handful nuts if you don’t eat eggs.

Servings: 1

150 gram yoghurt
1/3 cup granola
1 apricots

Simply services your yogurt with the granola and chopped apricot and don’t forget the side, mentioned in the intro for a nutritionally perfect start of your day. As important as it is to eat healthy, as important it is to digest your food. The first step is breathing, slow down, become aware of your present situation. Create a calm surrounding for your meal and chew your food properly by being mindful and paying attention to what you are experiencing. What does it taste like, how is the texture and so on. Enjoy and mindful eating!

Gluten-free Banana Pancakes


3 bananas
6 eggs
a pinch salt and cardamom
1 table spoon coconut oil

1. Mash the bananas with a fork.

2. Crack the eggs and whisk together with the bananas, or trough it all in a blender. Even easier!

3. Add a pinch of salt and cinnamon if you want.

4. Fry the pancakes til they gently brown and baked, flip over and brown the other side.

5. Serve with optional berries of your choice, coconut flakes and some nuts or seeds.

6. Eat slowly, chew and enjoy these delicious pancakes!


Höstmys, det är något speciellt med det. Mörkret, känslan av att allt så sakta börja lugna ner sig efter sommarens högvarv. Löven har börjat falla, kanske falleer regnet och själv vill jag bara kura ihop i soffan med en kopp te och nybakat bröd (vissa dagar:). Här kommer ett lättbakat gluten och laktosfritt solrosbröd, som både är nyttigt och smarrigt. Ytan blir krispig och solrosfröna ger brödet en härligt krispig smak. 

2 1/2 dl solrosfrö
1 1/2 dl linfrö
2 1/1 dl rismjöl
1 tsk bakpulver
1/2 tsk havssalt
2 msk kokosoja
1 ägg
1 dl kefir

Gör så här:
Sätt ugnen på 175 grader. Blanda samman fröer och mjöl. Tillsätt bakpulver och salt, rör om och addera de flytande ingredienserna. Ta fram en ugnsfast form, för brödbak och smörj den med lite kokosolja. Placera den kletiga degen där i. Baka i ugnen i 25-30 minuter, tills brödet är fast, krispigt och gyllene. Låt det svalana,tänd några ljus, sätt på lite låg musik, ta några djupa andetag innan du börjar äta. Avnjut i lugn och ro! 🙂

Healthy Easy Pancakes


Morning stories, are they not the best? These pancakes are always something I come back to because they are so easy to make, but also filling and nutricious. Here comes the recipe!

2 eggs
2/3 cup oatmilk
1/4 cup oat flour
salt & cinnamon

1. Mix all the ingredients in a blender.

2. Fry the pancakes til they gently brown and baked, flip over and brown the other side.

3. Serve with optional berries of your choice, grapefruit, coconut flakes and some nuts.

4. Eat slowly, chew and enjoy your breakfast.

Crazy Crunchy Granola


I have been making this granola for the last two years and just can’t get enough. It’s crunchy, tasty and not that sweet. Put it on your smoothie or in your yoghurt and I can promise you I’ll add some pure amazingness to your meal. Nutrition wise, it gives you a great amount of fiber, healthy fats, starchy carb and some protein. Plus it’s a natural source to get that sweet flavour, without having to add refined sugar or processed cereals to our breakfast.

Servings: 8


2 cups oats

1/3 cup flaxseeds

1/2 cup sunflowerseeds

1/3 almonds  (optional)

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp cardamom

1 pinch of seasalt

1/2 banana

1/2 cup water


1. In a big bowl mix the oats and seeds.

2. If you wish, add some chopped almonds.

3. Add the spices.

4. Add the half mashed badana and mix everything together.

5. Bring the water to a boil. Add the water to your soon to be granola and mix everything together.

6. The mixture should be a little wet and you should be able to formally balls and make a dough out of it.

7. Put the granola on a baking sheet ano place it in the oven on low temperature  (around 170 degrees Celsius or 345 Fahrenheit.

8. It’s ready when golden brown and crunchy. If you want it extra crunchy, let cool in the oven after turning it off. Let cool and it’s ready to be enjoyed! ?