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Rosy cheeks beet crackers

Well, sorry, but these beet crackers don’t actually have beets . They only have beet water, that gives them that nice rosy cheeks colour.  In general, if you want to add rosy-red colour to your preparations, beetroot and the water in which you buy it (if you buy it cooked) is your answer. I am in a [+]

Spreading the beans

Spreading the beans

I had no chickpeas at home, whereas I needed a spread for lunches at the office during the week ahead. I found I had black beans, so decided to make this yummy and nutritious spread (cos beans are full of proteins, fiber, magnesium and help regulate blood sugar levels – did you know that?). Since then, I vowed to always [+]

Riceless risotto with beets

Asia meets Italy: riceless risotto with beets

I have realized, posting on Instagram and on this site, that I am more into preparing and sharing simple sweet treats rather than more complicated savories.  True, I have a sweet tooth, but, don’t get me wrong, I also make savoury dishes . So, I need to equilibrate things here! Annndd, I love risotto and I love [+]

Spicy peanut noodles

Spiced-up peanut veggie noodles

It’s been a while since I have posted a dish for lunch or dinner, and believe me, I do cook savoury dishes regularly.  There are several go-to recipes for veggies and noodles or pasta that I normally do for weekend dinners. This one is so good that it is has already made its place among them. [+]

Pizza in a cracker

Pizza in a cracker

What shall I take to work to eat my hummus or avo spread with? That is the question that I often face when I prepare my week (I normally make sure I have at least some hummus in the fridge). Most of the time I take rice crackers bought from the store, but a colourful homemade option is better, right? These [+]

gigantes beans

Gigantes! Baked beans à la grecque

It’s a big day! This is the first in what I hope will be a series of posts featuring foodie friends who are passionate about healthy eating. My dear friend Maria, who has also been a privileged food tester for most of the dishes you see on this blog, is the brave pioneer. Thank you M!  [+]

Lemon arugula zoodles

Feather light lemony arugula zoodles

Green is the colour . These zoodles are purifying for both the eyes and the body. They are so fresh and light, that it they are the perfect dinner for springtime, which starts to show its nose here in Paris. I got a spiralizer recently and these zoodles were the result of its solemn inauguration. I was [+]

Raw lime

Energy ball mania #6: Raw lime this time (with rhyme)

How far do you think the energy ball mania will go? Up to which #? I think it is likely to become a double digit number!! Yikes !!! These are the (temporary) winner of a little survey I did among friends and colleagues, offering them a choice between two kinds. (I won’t tell you which one [+]

Cinnamon balls

Energy ball mania #5: Cinnamon coats walnut

Yes, yes, it does not stop. It’s a mania I tell you. And it’s very much encouraged by a real appreciation by my colleagues. They are my energy ball testers, and I am ever grateful to them. These ones were inspired from an Instagram post by @veganne_. I loooove cinnamon (have you ever sprinkled it [+]

Klean green hummus

Kleen green hummus

I have been making hummus very often in the past few years. It’s such a tasty, healthy and filling spread, and so I have it often ready to take to the office for lunch, with some superfood bread, black rice & sesame crackers or, simply, some raw or cooked veggies. What I have been making is a [+]

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