Healthiest guac on toast ever!

Happy Monday everyone!!

I wanted to share this recipe because I’ve gotten so many questions about how I do my avokado on toast on instagram. So I thought it would be the best thing to share today.

You’ll soon realise that this isn’t just the normal avokado on toast, but it’s even tastier and even healthier!!

Soooo, let’s begin!

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This is what you’re gonna need. Some kale or spinach, I have a little of both. A cucumber, a tomato, a sweet potato, quinoa, avokado and bread. Other than that I used some spices I have pictures of later, and some vegan cream cheese.

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The first thing you wanna do is putting your oven 200 degrees celsius. Then cut your sweet potato to fries sizes and coat them with the spices in the picture under this! Put them in the oven for about 30 minutes. The time may be a little shorter or longer with the different sizes of your fries.

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These are the spices I’ve used. Cayenne pepper, cumin and paprika. They give the perfect taste, and very good for you!

After you’ve put them in the oven it’s time to cook your quinoa.
Quinoa is a very “popular” food at the moment, and very on trend. But there is a reason for that! Quinoa is a great source for protein, but also many minerals, vitamins and fibre!

Put 5dl of quinoa in your pan and cook it with 10dl water. When the waters is fully absorbed it’s ready to go!

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You wanna let the quinoa cool for a bit whilst you mash your avokado, cut up your veggies and get yourself two pieces of bread.

When that’s all done you mix the quinoa in with the avokado and thats ready. I used some more of the of the same spices I used on the potatoes.

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These are the cream cheeses I used on the bread, but obviously you can youse whatever you desire, or nothing at all. Then I put some kale one one of the pieces, and spinach on the other. Topped that with the “quacamole” and then topped that again with the tomato and cucumber. It ended up looking like this.

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When the potatoes are out of the oven you can put it on the plate, and ready to dig in.
This is honestly something that will keep you filled up for hours, and you’re gonna have enough energy to do a hard work out too!

I really hope you enjoyed this recipe, and I’ll talk to you soon!

-S

Breakfast of champions.

Happy Sunday everyone.

It’s cold here in Norway, so when I have time in the morning (which I have most days), I love having a warm and tasty breakfast. Personally I’m a huge fan of oatmeal. The reason I love having it is because it fills me up for hours, I’m able to train really hard and not feel empty at all, and it tastes amazing!!

So I thought it was only right that my first recipe post would be an oatmeal one. And also, not only one, but my two favorite oatmeal recipes!

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If you are trying the “new year, new me” thing that we all pretend is gonna change our lives every year, than these recipes are perfect!

The base of all my oatmeals goes like this..

  1. 1dl water
  2. 1dl unsweetned almond milk
  3. 1dl oats
  4. 2Tbls chia seeds.

 

And then depending on the day I add different things into it. The first one I’m gonna share with you is the “carrot cake oatmeal”. This one is inspired by Niomi Smart who’s a huge inspiration to me. I’ve changed up her recipe to how I like it.

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So we begin with the base. Then we add..

  1. 1tsp cinnamon
  2. 1tsp nutmeg
  3. 1tsp ginger powder
  4. 2Tblsp sweetner of choice.. (I like maple syrup or honey)
  5. Raisins.
  6. 1 grated carrot.

Add all of that with the base and let it cook until its warm..

Then I top it with whatever I’m feeling that specific day, but I love having some almonds or walnuts, flax seeds, coconut flakes, blueberries and bananas…

Just to let you know.. Having a carrot in your oatmeal tastes soooo much better and it sounds, and it’s also super good for you!

The second oatmeal recipe is something I came up with myself. I love apple and cinnamon – anything, so I decided to make an “apple pie oatmeal”.

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Let’s Just begin with the same base, and add in:

  1. 1 tsp cinnamon
  2. 1 tsp ginger powder
  3. 1/2 an apple, garted
  4. 1/2 apple, cut into pieces
  5. 1 banana
  6. A bunch of rasisns
  7. Sweetner of choice (honey or maple syrup)

Then again, I mix all that with the base and let it cook, just like last time.

And top it with whatever you’d like.

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And WALLAH, there you have the my two favorite oatmeal recipes. I hope you guys will try them, and get back to me with what you think!

I just have to explain the pictures.. I made both these recipes for my family, so that’s why it looks sooo much more than the recipe 🙂

See ya,

-S