In need of some healthy snack inspiration? It might be time to refine your baking skills. The good news? There’s very little ‘cooking’ in this recipe, although the end result is just as delicious.
There’s never really been a better excuse to treat yourself. Make the most of no commute and treat yourself to a healthy and yummy tahini pie recipe from our Co-founder Agni. With this recipe, you get all the rich chewy goodness without the dairy and refined cane sugar – perfect for an afternoon snack or breakfast bite with your coffee.
Why not keep kids occupied by getting them involved in this easy and fun recipe?
Valentine’s Day: A romantic celebration requiring the girlies to wear ruby-red dresses, look for lavish bouquets of flowers, enjoy bottles of white wine and heart-shaped sweets filled with lusciously sweet cream and lots of chocolate-covered strawberries.
From the month of October all the way to the month of February, many of us ride an intense sugar wave as we bounce from holiday to holiday and treat to treat. We thought we loved our life with sugar, but now we love our life with less sugar so much more.
It’s been a while since we last posted a little recipe – but here we are! Our friend Emily who bakes healthy goodies for a small coffee shop in Nicosia called Ipanema made sure this recipe was worth it!
Whether it’s first thing in the morning or midafternoon, we all need an energy boost at some point during the day. Coffee is one solution; But when you need something with more sustenance, we recommend reaching for energy bites.
With Easter fast approaching, you can’t blame us for having chocolate on our minds! In fact, saying no to easter eggs and Tsoureki bread baked with love from your auntie, mama or giagia is even harder! This recipe is dedicated to all those chocoholics out there!
Most of us automatically assume that any recipe with chocolate as it’s main ingredient would be deemed unhealthy. Usually those recipes contain high amounts of sugar an other processed ingredients which definitely won’t do us any good. The below recipe by Sophia Brown, Nutritionist & Healthy Food Blogger, gets our chocolatey seal of approval because she used low fat chocolate chips. Below she has prepared a little recipe to help satisfy your sweet tooth this Easter without compromising on your health!
IF YOU’RE GOING TO EAT SUGAR, THIS MAY BE THE HEALTHIEST WAY TO DO IT
Sophia Brown, has some healthier suggestions that will satiate your sweet tooth and give you that energy you so badly need to make it to the end of the day.
Let’s be real: Most of us have a sweet tooth, and if we had our way, sugary treats would be a food group unto themselves. At the same time, we know that while sweets are enticing (and addictive), sugar consumed in excess has been linked to weight gain, premature aging, and type 2 diabetes.
Whether it’s for your wallet or your wellness, there’s no denying homemade lunches are better than shop-bought. But with busier schedules and more high street lunch options than ever before, it’s often easy to forget about preparing the Tupperware the night before. Here, Food Blogger of www.mitisdesgroup.com Stephania Mitsides talks us through one of her favourite lunch recipes, which can save you time *and* help you eat well.
Emi’s Healthy Balls
No matter how committed you are to your healthy diet or whatever your eating plan of choice is, sometimes, you just can’t shake a craving for a sweet treat. Our lovely friend Emily Christou can relate. She loves being around kids but she also loves living the healthy life, but doesn’t deny having a big sweet tooth. It’s why she wrote her new recipe for treats that taste like dessert, but are loaded with protein, not sugar.
JANUARY: People have this misconception that January is the arbitrary month of the year within which everything will get better despite putting on weight and spending all your money.
Let’s face it, January didn’t do as any favors, so let’s start the year from February. (Happy New Year?)