Pasta with prawns and sun-dried tomatoes - ultra quick healthy lunch

Sun dried tomatoes do not lose much nutritional value during the drying process. Tomatoes are a rich source of antioxidants, lycopene and vitamin C and the drying process will not negatively affect these properties. Sun-dried tomatoes in olive oil with rosemary, garlic or other herbs are very easy to find. I have never tried to dry the tomatoes myself, it always seemed to me very time consuming. I might be wrong. Anyway, in my recipe I used tomatoes in olive oil.

  • 250g of pasta
  • 200g of dried tomatoes
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • onion
  • Bunch of green parsley
  • 150g prawns
  • A teaspoon of rapeseed oil
  • Pepper, chilli


Fry the finely chopped onion and then chopped garlic using rapeseed oil. Add chopped dried tomatoes and prawns. Season it well with chilli and pepper. Cook the pasta. Strain and mix with fried prawns and chopped parsley.


Banana - walnut chia pudding - a rich source of fiber

Another recipe of chia pudding. I do not know how about you but I love these little grains. I always thought I had to cook them. What was my surprise when I found out you just need to mix them with milk. Just remember to add right amount of liquid. 

Ingredients for 2 servings:
  • 1/5 cup chia seed
  • 4/5 cup of milk
  • banana
  • Flat spoon of peanut butter
  • Half a teaspoon of turmeric

A method of preparing:
Mash banana with a fork and mix with turmeric and peanut butter. Add seeds and pour the milk. Let stand for a while then mix again. Repeat it few times and put it to refrigerator overnight.


Chocolate millet flakes porridge, idea for breakfast.

Millet flakes can be used to cook delicious porridge. It works very well with food intolerances like celiac disease. Contains a lot of B vitamins and micronutrients, especially manganese. I encourage you to try a variety of groats and cereals to make a difference in your morning porridge and your diet.

Ingredients for 2 servings:

  • 8 tablespoons of millet flakes
  • 500ml of milk
  • 20g of dark chocolate over 75% cocoa
  • 80g of prunes
  • Stevia or honey to taste
  • cinnamon


Cook millet flakes with milk and cinnamon together. Let stand for a few minutes then mix with honey, chocolate and chopped dried plums.


Nausea during pregnancy, how to deal with it? Recipe for a healthy snack.

Nausea and sickness during pregnancy affects up to 85% of women. How to deal with this? Are there any domestic non-invasive ways to reduce these ailments? There is a lot of research into the beneficial effects of ginger, which has reduced symptoms such as nausea and vomiting. How can we eat ginger? May be added to savoury foods or sweet snacks or tea. Below you can find a recipe containing ginger and other valuable ingredients, with no added sugar. 

Ingredients (about 5 servings)

  • Big carrot
  • Half a cup of dates
  • Half a cup of porridge oats
  • Half a glass of pecan nuts
  • A spoon of peanut butter
  • Spoon of coconut oil or butter
  • A teaspoon of ginger
  • A teaspoon of cinnamon
  • Half a teaspoon of turmeric
  • Desiccated coconut to cover

Grate the carrot. Chop pecan nuts and dates. Mix everything (except dessicated coconut) with a mixer or blender. Then form small balls that are then cover them using dessicated coconut.


Coconut amaranth with kiwi fruit, alternative porridge

Amaranth can be a good alternative to traditional porridge and used as a cereal for breakfast. It is rich in vitamins and minerals and contains high quality nutritional proteins, thanks to excellent amino acid balance. The phytochemical composition of seeds are rich in antioxidant and can improve our health by reducing the risk associated with oxidative stress diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes or obesity.

Ingredients per serving:

  • A glass of expanded amaranth (amaranth pops seeds)
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 2 kiwi
  • A spoon of desiccated coconut
  • Stevia or honey to taste


Mix milk, amaranth pops seeds with coconut and one kiwi. Heat or eat cold. Mix with honey. Decorate with kiwi, almonds, coconut and chia seeds.


Oatmeal bars, healthy snack to work or school - instead of sandwiches or crisps

Oatmeal bars is like a porridge but dry, without milk. Rich in seeds, dried fruits and nuts, is a good option for a mid morning snack or a healthy snack.

Ingredients for about 16 bars:
  • 500g porridge oats
  • 50g linseed
  • 50g of sesame seeds
  • 100g of honey
  • 50g walnuts
  • 150g dried cranberries
  • 50g coconut oil
  • 3 egg whites
  • one egg
  • cinnamon

Mix all the ingredients in a large bowl. Prepare the baking tray with baking paper. Transfer mixture to baking tray and press it. Bake in preheat oven - 180 ° C for about 25 minutes. Then cool and cut it into the bars.