Food

FOOD/ My breakfast

People say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and I totally agree. I know that if I start my day wrong my whole day, food wise, only gets worse. Therefore I start my day the best that I can and that is with the most healthy and fast breakfast that I can make within 10 minutes.

My go to breakfast every morning is oatmeal! I buy my oatmeal from a organic shop, and I make sure that they are whole oats instead of broken oats or powder. I cook them with almond milk, which I love because it gives it a bit more flavour than water and I try to not use any animal based products (also because regular cow milk makes me sick). If you buy almond milk, try to buy the one with the least ingredients (or make your own!). Many almond milks have sh*t loads of sugar in it, which you absolutly don’t want!

To make this a little bit tastier I put in a lot of super foods like chia seeds, hemp seeds, goij berries and inca berries. I also put a lot of cinnamon in my oatmeal, cinnamon has zero calories!

To make it even better I always make sure to add a fruit into my breakfast. For example, I smash a banana in there to make it sweeter (make sure your banana is spotty) or I cut another fruit that I have on hand, it doesn’t really matter! And with this all I drink a huge mug of grean tea.

This is an amazing way to start the day! It keeps you full until lunch and it’s all natural!

Love, Anna

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FOOD/ Italian Quinoa

HERE, my first recipe for HUNTERSANDKO. I’ll be making a bigger post on my thougths on eating and food in general, and I’ll explain everything on there but for now this recipe.

I love EASY & FAST recipes like this, it was so easy to make and it only took approximatly 20 minutes  to make this and it’s 100% healthy and clean!

INGREDIENTS:

– Quinoa

– Zucchini

– Basil

– Garlic

– Cherry tomatoes

– Lemon (juice)

– Olive oil/salt/pepper

1. Wash the quinoa and start cooking it (for how-to cook quinoa look at the packaging).

2. Cut the zucchini in thin slices, and start cooking them in olive oil. Start cutting the rest of te ingredients.

3. Put the garlic in the pan with the zucchini when it’s almost done. This way, the garlic flavour can spread but it won’t get mooshi.

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4.  The quinoa should be done by now. Put the quinoa in a bowl with the basil and cherry tomatoes.

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5. This is an additional option, it’s just my personal preference. I take the zucchini out and put it in a plate with a few paper towels, so the remaining oil can be observed by the paper.

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6. Put it all in a bowl, and squeeze some lemon juice on top and you’re DONE!

It’s so easy but soooo incredibly YUMMY!

What do you think of these kind of recipes on my blog? Do you like or is there no need for it?

Love, Anna.

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