IT IS WHAT IT IS…. SAYS LOVE
There are an incredible number of facets - but it is always love. She opens the heart. connects us Stimulates happiness hormones. Let's be there for each other.
It is not without reason that love, with its healing properties, is the strongest force in the universe. Especially in times like these, love, friendship and respectful interaction are even more important.
For many, February 14, Valentine's Day, is just an invention of florists and chocolate makers. Which is true somewhere, because actually we should show our loved ones all year round what they mean to us. In everyday life, however, this usually looks different. Between work, household, children, leisure time stress and all the daily to-do's, this is often neglected
From that point of view, it might not be so bad to consciously remind each other on such a day!
This does not even require material gifts. An honest message, special time for each other or even a delicious meal is often enough - because, as is well known, love goes through the stomach!
That's why we have a little suggestion here that is very easy to prepare for young and old, young and old! A good opportunity to spoil each other and enjoy together
Ingredients banana chocolate dream with berries (for about 4 people)
6 tbsp cocoa
5 tbsp maple syrup
350 grams of berries
Puree the avocados with the bananas, the cocoa and 2 tablespoons of maple syrup - then stretch with the cuisine until the desired consistency is reached.
For the berry sauce, puree 250 g of berries with 2-3 tablespoons of maple syrup, then strain through a sieve to remove the pits. Mix in the remaining berries (100 g).
Our recipe giver
Certified nutrition trainer
Qualified TEM practitioner
Crazy, versatile, ambitious, adaptable, chaotic, risk taker, funny and a total health freak.
My great passion is healthy eating. My numerous training courses have led me into the plant-based diet and the world of medicinal mushrooms and medicinal plants. Due to my passion for healthy cooking, I turned my hobby into a job: I am responsible for the healthy kitchen of the employees in an Upper Austrian company and have been giving vegan cooking workshops for over 6 years. Boredom is the worst thing for me, so I need a lot of variety in my life. When I'm not cooking, I coach two synchronized figure skating teams, amuse my two daughters (7 and 15), jump in an ice bath, and devour books on health.