• Isn’t it incredible how different fruits and vegetables are in scent, taste and structure? How they nurture your body and complement each other to make you feel good? This morning, it was a real fruit explosion in our kitchen. The result was so tasty!
  • Having experimented with quite a few ingredients, we find that some ingredients are creating the body of a smoothie, while others give it a highlight in taste and again others add more to the structure of your smoothie. In today’s smoothie, the nectarine and the...
  • If you follow the seasons, you’ll get a natural variance in your smoothie. Moreover, we believe that your body benefits from eating local food that is freshly harvested. After all, your physical system is also interacting with the season and – although we like the...
  • Don’t you just love the taste of fresh apricots? Somehow, when you use them in a dish (or smoothie in this case), their taste gets so much more intense than when you eat them as a single fruit. Rich in antioxidants, vitamins, fibre and minerals,...
  • This fierce red smoothie tastes deliciously and is packed with healthy ingredients. However, when we were preparing it, in a moment of inattentiveness, the lid came off the blender. Can you imagine the effect in a kitchen with white walls?
  • Grapefruit is a good fruit to get your morning started. If you eat half a grapefruit, it will provide you with 64% of vitamin C, 28% of vitamin A, 2% of calcium and 2% of magnesium of your daily required dosis . However, it also...
  • Don’t you just love the rhubarb season? As it’s often used in pies and desserts you might think it’s a fruit, but it’s actually a veg! It makes this Velvet rhubarb smoothie a very refreshing drink due to the slightly sour undertone, while the banana,...
  • The texture and taste of this risotto with fresh organic vegetables and – if you’re not vegan – a hint of freshly grated Parmesan cheese instantly makes you believe you’re in Italy.
  • Beetroots not only are rich in nutrients and fibre, they also contain a lot of antioxidants and phytochemicals (chemical compounds than occur naturally in plants, according to Wikipedia). Moreover, if you are looking for folic acid, vitamin C, potassium, magnesium and manganese, the beet is...
  • A happy Easter starts with home-made comfort food, doesn’t it? We feel that no Easter is complete without chocolate! This chocolate you can make yourself, from organic, raw, unprocessed ingredients, without refined sugar or dairy. Be creative and create your own flavour, or flavours. Use...