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Delicious turkey, bell pepper and leek pie with cottage cheese

Delicious turkey, bell pepper and leek pie with cottage cheese

We haven’t had pie in forever at home. It is really a shame since a savoury pie is 1) easy to make, 2) it is a great way to empty your fridge and 3) it tastes good. This pie is filled with veggies and goodies […]

Spoiled pumpkin and chicken salad

Spoiled pumpkin and chicken salad

Once in a while you get on a roll, and I am currently on one. For some reason I am trying new things in the kitchen, and I feel like sharing everything with you guys! Also, it is pumpkin season, and so I dove into […]

Greenie Breakfast Bowl with Homemade Granola

Greenie Breakfast Bowl with Homemade Granola

Greenie = Veggies = Good

Vegetables are hard in include in your breakfast, right? I have always found it tough. This past weekend I decided to try a green breakfast bowl, and to include spinach and zucchini. In smoothies I have tried to include broccoli and avocado previously, and once in a while it just does not work. They turn out bitter… but in this case… nailed it. This greenie was the perfect blend of sweet and bitter (even if I was hungover while consuming it!). To top this breakfast bowl off I “decorated” it with my homemade banana granola (you could use this one too), and blueberries.

A little bit about blenders…

I would like to highlight the importance of a good blender when making these bowls. I do not have one myself, and it complicated the process quite a bit. Any of the “top” blenders: Kitchen Aid, Blendtec, Vitamix, is the best choice when investing in such a kitchen beast. Personally, there is hope that our kitchen might be enriched with for at our wedding in September (fingers crossed). One would think I am advertising for these blenders, but in reality I just find them amazing and want one.

The recipe below is enough for two medium sized portions or one big.

The Goodies:

All of the below should be in bite-sized pieces.

  • 150 g frozen spinach
  • 150 g frozen mango
  • 1 frozen banana
  • 1 zucchini
  • Milk (add until desired texture)
  • 1 tsp cinnamon (can be left out)
  • 1 tsp liquorice powder (can be left out)
  • Toppinga: Granola, blueberries, whatever you like

The How:

  1. Chop all the fruit and vegetables into the sizes deemed fit to blend (the frozen items should be cut prior to freezing)
  2. Add to blender – blend
  3. Decorate in a bowl
  4. Eat up 🙂

The granola you see in the picture is a banana-roasted version I made, and not the one I liked to at the top here. Either of them are good. The banana version has more of a müsli feel to it, whereas the linked-to one is more crunchy. A bought one works magic too! I truly hope you like this breakfast dealeo.

♡  NKN

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Salad with Green Beans and Chickpeas

Salad with Green Beans and Chickpeas

Spring is upon us, and this means longer days, sunshine, and fresh salad for dinner. During spring and summer I get an urge to eat the colours of the rainbow. In reality we try to live by this during all seasons (read here) at home, […]