Nothing beats homemade cookies! If you run out of snacks in your pantry, and you’re lockdown at home because of the Covid19 pandemic. Stay calm. Don’t complicate things; you can try this recipe. So quick and easy. Ingredients 75g wholemeal flour 1 tsp baking powder 75g porridge oats 50g caster sugar 75g butter (or coconutContinue reading “Soft and Chewy Oatmeal Cookie”
We are stuck at home because of Covid19 pandemic. Our food is about to run out. Boredom strikes us. Yet, we can do something else to make use of our ample time. How about baking? It doesn’t have to be complicated. If you’re looking for quick and easy recipe, try this one! Ingredients 3 largeContinue reading “Banana Blueberry Muffin”
Beetroot and Celery are my favourite vegetables. I like it either for salad or mixed juice. As I was randomly turning the pages of my cook book recipes, a deep red soup caught my attention. So I tried it! This hearty vegetable beetroot soup or borshch is made with celery. You should try beetroot-celery soupContinue reading “Beetroot-Celery Soup”
Whether they’re grated or thinly shaved, beets are wonderful to eat raw; you get much more of that sweet flavour than when it’s cooked. But it doesn’t have to be all about beet salads — I have tried beetroot with apple from the recipe book “Healing Soups”. Surprisingly, it was flavoursome! Beets are low inContinue reading “Apple-Beetroot Soup”
Who has insomnia? Did you know that both almonds and broccoli are excellent sources of magnesium and calcium? So if you have insomnia, this is good for you to try. It promotes deeper sleep and so you wake refreshed! A 100g of Broccoli has 21mg magnesium. And an ounce of almond has 80mg magnesium. *Continue reading “Broccoli Almond Soup”
Mostly Asians love to eat rice! Always. To be honest, I have been craving for seafood fried rice or yang chow fried rice lately. But as much as possible, we try to avoid white rice or even brown rice (by choice). So, with the influence of a friend who’s been cooking cauliflower as replacement forContinue reading “Yang Chow Cauliflower Fried Rice”
Wow, these scones were really good! This was the second time I made scones! Haha! I know right, I was just so overwhelmed with the result because I failed at my first attempt. 😂 I have to thank a friend who have taught me how to do it properly via Facebook video call all theContinue reading “Quick and Easy Plain Scones”
I’ve always loved to prepare easy and quick recipe! It’s relaxing and just so simple. It’s perfect for gluten free and low carb diets. No eggy taste and great for toasting! Ingredients 1/3 cup Almond Flour 1/3 cup coconut flour 1/4 tsp sea salt 1/2 tsp baking soda 1 tsp cinnamon 5 Organic/Free Range eggsContinue reading “Quick and Easy Paleo Bread”
I seldom eat snack foods especially chips; maybe because I used to work in a snack food industry. I know how much preservatives and MSG they put to make it addicting to your taste buds. 😄 So, if I were you, you should try making homemade chips which is more nutritious, economical and preservative-free. IngredientsContinue reading “Crisp Aubergine Chips”
I’m passionate about preparing and eating salads. Not because I want to lose weight but it gives me joy and satisfaction preparing colorful yet fresh, fast and flavorful food. Aside from their natural good taste and great crunchy texture alongside wonderful colors and fragrances, eating a large serving of fresh, raw vegetables each day can have significantContinue reading “Top 15 Superfood Salads”
When it comes to breakfast rankings, oatmeal is pretty much at the bottom of the totem pole. Very few people actually want to eat oatmeal because it’s kinda boring. But to me, it’s the best – easiest, quickest, tastiest and healthiest.
Sitting is the new smoking.