Who doesn't like pesto? It's an easy way to add some taste to pasta or gnocchi, it's not too difficult to make and it usually is a crowd pleaser; especially if it's homemade. Give this one a try!
These protein pancake squares with matcha make for a great Sunday breakfast. They're easy and quick to make and can even be prepared the day before.
Turns out lavender is not only great in cosmetics, but can also be used for cooking (or smoothies in this case). When you try this, just make sure to use lavender that's specifically marked for consumption! This smoothie is more refreshing than sweet, but if you prefer it a little bit sweeter, you can add some honey.
It can be hard to carve out some time for self-care, so why not start this Valentine's day? Valentine's day is all about love, so why not include self-love in that? In addition to the other people that you spend Valentine's day with, you can also be your own Valentine. You'll thank yourself later!
What could be better in winter than a little reminder of the flavours of summer? And what drink could accomplish that better than the Pina Colada with its exotic coconut and pineapple flavours?
As many fellow women will know, there's no better way to drive ourselves crazy than to step on the scale several times a day and obsess over our weight and any little changes we may notice. But is stepping on the scale even necessary to see if we're making progress when we're working out regularly?
Do you want to make a quick, healthy and delicious smoothie that does not require any crazy ingredients? Look no further! This smoothie uses ingredients that you likely already have at home, and if not, you can easily get them at any grocery shop.
While traditional store bought ketchup is usually full of added, refined sugar, this homemade version is not. And it takes only 2 minutes to make!
Sweet and spicy, this smoothie packs all the health benefits of ginger while tasting great. The other two main ingredients, papaya and carrots, add a range of further nutrients that are listed below.
At the beginning of each year, I see so many people making their New Year's resolutions; determined to keep them. A big part of those people will have given up on their resolutions by March. But why does that happen? They rely only on motivation to keep them going!