Sweet potato toast

Hey loves,

for lunch I made some toast made of sweet potato. You cut them in slices (1/2cm) en put them on the grill (put some olive oil on the potato slices before you do this). Afterwards you just top them with whatever you like! I had some avocado and red onion, sea salt and pepper. Also veeeery good is pesto!



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Fancy a waffle?

Hey loves,

I made some sweet, sugar free waffles! It’s a recipe from Sandra Bekkari, she’s great!
So, what do you need?:

100gr oatmeal
1/2 tsp baking powder
1 egg
175 mL rice milk
1 tbsp honey
1 vanilla pod

Mix the oatmeal in a blender so it looks like flour. Add the baking powder, rice milk, honey, vanilla and the yolk of the egg. Mix it. Afterwards you whip the egg white so it’s more stiff. Mix it with the rest of the ingredients. Put some coconut oil or arachide oil on the iron before baking the waffles.

When they’re ready, you can top them with whatever you like! A really great combination is salmon and some onions. I love the combination of sweet and salt! Also you can put some fresh fruit on top of it πŸ˜‰


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Happy easter

Hey loves,

yesterday 2 friends came over to my house. We went to a party together! This morning I made them some breakfast and we had waaaay to much. I made waffles, banana pancakes and my dad had made some croissants, eggs and bacon and much more (I’m still full haha). Β It was really nice and now they’re gone (quite sad now) but tonight we’re already back together so.
PS: the recipe for the waffles will be in a later post (if you guys would like that?), they are sugar free and based on oatmeal.


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Dessert for breakfast

Hey loves,

yesterday I made an original version of a banana split for breakfast. Soooo easy! You just cut your banana in two pieces, put some greek yoghurt on top of it (I use Total % from FAGE). On top of that you put some granola (as much as you like) and then you can make it as pretty as you want :-D! I added some agave syrup and red fruit. Afterwards you can mix it all together (that’s how I like it, but you can eat it like this too). I saw this recipe from Anouk Verniers, make sure you check out her blog!! —>Β here.

Hope you enjoy guys!

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I love food, can you tell?

Hey loves,

I’m home for two weeks, now that it’s springbreak, so I have a loooot of time to cook. Today I made a salad (again) with salmon, humus and some spring onion. As side dish I made some sweet potato fries. Very easy: you just cut the potato in pieces and cover them with olive oil. Add some pepper and salt and put them in the oven for 20 minutes at 180 degrees. (You just need to see for yourself how soft you want them). When they’re ready I add some sea salt, spring onion and sesame sead. DONE!

Bon appetito!


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Lunch is served

Hey loves,

this morning I did a little workout with my lovely friend Freya! We went out for a run (5km) and when we got home we were reaaally hungry so we made ourselves a big lunch. There were still some eggs in the fridge so we made an omelet with some spring onion. Also we made a salad with some tomatoes and salmon. To finish it all we added some humus. Really good combination! Mix it all together and put it on a toast: fingerlicking good! It was an oatmeal bread. Really good!

Super easy but lovely lunch, you should try it out!


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