What I Eat in a Day: by Verena @frei_style
Hello Lovelies, today I want to share 3 new recipes with you - a “What I eat in a day” - all served in Boho Bowls. I already use Coconut Bowls since the very beginning of my Blog and also vegan story. I just love how something that was supposed to be discarded transforms into a beautiful item that can be part of your daily life.
I also share their value on sustainability and conscious living, so always love to partner with them. And last but not least I love how each time I eat out of the Coconut Bowls I get transported a bit to my fav tropical places like Bali and Hawaii. The Boho Bowls have the perfect size for a lunch/dinner or a big smoothie for breakfast.
And that brings us to the first recipe, a delicious breakfast Mango Smoothie bowl (that also works perfectly as a snack or afternoon delight. My kids love it too!)
The sea buckthorn juice adds an extra vitamin boost to the smoothie, since it is rich in Vitamin C and A and also has high amounts of protein, fibre, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. With the addition of hemp seeds, you get some healthy fats and essential fatty acids. They are also a great protein source and contain high amounts of Vitamin E, magnesium, calcium, iron and zinc.
The kids love this delicious smoothie too and enjoy it as an afternoon snack or healthy ice cream.
The second recipe I would like to share with you today is for one of our fave family salads: a vegan version of Caesar salad topped with crispy mushrooms and tofu. We add greens and salads to nearly all our meals and especially a salad with lots of components and toppings is such a good source to get all your nutrients and to satisfy your appetite.
So this Caesar salad comes with a delicious and flavorful dressing and toppings that are packed with crunch and flavor.
The Caesar Salad comes together in no time and is a much healthier version of the beloved classic. The dressing is not as heavy with the yoghurt as the main ingredient but a flavor bomb thanks to the caper berries and vegan parmesan - which gives it the typical texture. If you can't find the vegan parmesan, you can use nutritional yeast for some cheesy flavor.
The toppings add not only some lovely flavors to your salad, but also provide some extra protein to make this salad a filling meal.
I hope you like it as much as we do!
The last recipe I want to share with you is a quick but healthy dish that is on rotation in our house. We all love Asian inspired dishes, since it is also among our favorite places to travel and we love all the food. So we often make easy and quick noodle dishes like Ramen, Udon noodles or this Pad Thai with rice noodles and peanut sauce.
You can add your favorite greens and veggies, I used carrots, spring onions and Edamame this time. The kids really like it and it's healthy and nutritious at the same time.
I really hope you like these 3 easy, healthy and nourishing recipe ideas and try them for yourself and your loved ones. As a busy working mom, I’m always looking for ways to feed my family healthy food that not only provides them with all the essential nutrients but also taste delicious!