Month: July 2015

LANI: Natural Vegan Hair Care

buy accutane eu My apologies for my recent silence. It’s been pretty hectic with the kids during the past few weeks. Trying to keep two little ones happy in 40 degrees Celsius is not always easy. But I think we’ve finally found our pace in our new home in sunny and extremely hot Cyprus.

http://lesmasphotos.com/wedding-of-chrisbel-and-pramod/cp-2nd-feb-306/ And that brings me to what I wanted to share with you today. Now, I have very long hair, which unfortunately often tends to be on the drier side. So what happened to my hair when we moved from Paris (which is mostly cloudy and cool) to Cyprus (which has 326 sunny days a year)?…

Apple and Cinnamon Loaf

order Lyrica I’m a real sucker for Christmasy flavors and scents and I often create combinations, which could be mistaken for something that belongs to a Christmas table, when in facts it’s the middle of summer. I just love the mix of various spices, like cinnamon, cardamom, ginger and clove, especially when you use them with apples.

Now, let me share with you my delicious, easy-to-make, super healthy, gluten, dairy and refined sugar free apple and cinnamon loaf, which could be served as a cake with coffee, as a snack (my kids love it) or even as breakfast (I love it).…

Coconut Lime Chicken and Chickpeas with Cauliflower Rice

People often ask me how to incorporate as many different vegetables into one dish as possible, without it having to be a vegetarian stew. So here’s a little insight as to how I like to combine different vegetables with meat. I really love this dish. It’s become one of my favourites. It’s healthy, super fast to make and really tasty. I think it’s a perfect dish for summer. I hope you love it too.

Serves 4:

300 gr chicken breast
200 gr coconut milk
1.5 dl chickpeas
1/2 lime zested and juiced
1 carrot
1 courgette
1 tbsp coconut oil
1 small garlic clove crushed
chilli flakes
salt

2 medium cauliflowers

Start by washing and preparing the carrot and courgette by taking a peeler and shaving it into thin strips.…