Whoever thinks that Brussels sprouts are boring will have to think back after tasting this sweet & sour recipe. Mixed with apples, beans sprouts and seeds they tasted marvellous! A fresh and light meal that will prove you that Brussels Sprouts are not just a dull Christmas dinner side dish… TYPE   Gluten-free, Nuts-free, Refined Sugar-free INGREDIENTS…

A beautiful Spring Salad featuring veggies, fruits, seeds and the forbidden rice! That’s how this dark coloured ancient grain with impressive health benefits is also known. It’s a great source of iron and it contains the highest amount of protein, fibres and antioxidants (especially anthocyanin) of all the other more popular varieties, helping to reduce…

Tired of seeing quinoa everywhere? Lets us introduce you to a “new” ancient super-grain called Freekeh! Low in fat, high in iron, calcium and zinc, higher in protein and with twice as much fibre as quinoa. The only downside of this nutty flavoured grain? It’s not gluten-free so stick to quinoa if gluten is not for you.…

“Guacamole” salad?! Yes, just prepare all the ingredients for the classic guacamole and chop them into small pieces instead of smashing them. For some more colour, flavour and proteins add some wonderful black beans. Give it a go…it’s marvel for the summer! INGREDIENTS 1 Avocado 150g Black beans cooked or tinned 1 Lime 2 Tablespoons of olive…

Great chefs say that you eat with your eyes first, in fact how food is plated and presented is just as important as how it tastes. This beautiful avo-bowl will diversify your salad experience and will make it taste better than ever! Chopped tomatoes, nectarines and avocado cubes nicely presented into an avocado peel. A…

Whoever said that salads are boring has certainly never tried a serious salad. Being one of our favourite dishes we feel like defending it to the death and we’ll prove how such an underestimated dish can be so flipping delicious and nutritious. Let’s start with this gorgeous summer veggies and fruits mix enriched with linseeds,…

A wonderful and light recipe different from the classic quinoa salad. This time, we used these seeds (because quinoa isn’t a grain) as we would have done with rice to make a Pachino & Green Beans risotto. Ladies and Gentlemen, we are proud to introduce you to our beautiful “Quinotto”! Lighter, less needy (yep, no constant stirring…