What a wonderful start to the year!
Happy New Year Everyone!
I was overwhelmed to see my family and good old friends! We really enjoyed our holidays back in Germany this year.
We’ve enjoyed some delicious food in Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich. Although the vegan/plant-based wave is not quite there yet, I can see some small changes. Berlin is at the forefront followed by Munich and Frankfurt. Most restaurants customised my food on request. I can’t wait for the big changes in the years to come and I am so excited!.
My absolute favourite part was sharing meals with my family and friends. I had wonderful conversations about my blog, made new friends and was boosted to grow my blog further now. Back on the plane to Stockholm, I worked on my to-do list to set my new goals and aspirations. My next focus will be a magazine with 9 delicious smoothies. Then a granola/energy-ball/muesli-bar magazine and one with savoury sauces. I will definitely not get bored during the next weeks.
1can – plum tomatoes (400 ml)
½ – green apple
½ cup- chopped carrots
2/3 cup- chopped celery
½ – lime (peeled – white skin removed)
Lime zest (of 1/2 lime)
3 – basil leaves
1 piece – ginger
cayenne, black pepper, salt to taste
½-1 cup – crushed ice
⓵ In a high-speed blender combine all essential ingredients. Top up with all optional ingredients to flavour your smoothie to your taste.
⓶ Blend on high speed until you reach the desired consistency. Taste and adjust the seasoning if required.
⓷ Garnish with herbs, salt flakes and freshly ground pepper.
If you have a high-speed blender, you can toss in the entire half lime. Otherwise, squeeze out the juice. Add a splash of water if your smoothie turns out too thick. You can make a bigger batch and store the leftovers in the fridge for a couple of days. Pour in a freezable bottle or container to store it in your freezer. Take it out the night/8h before you plan to drink it to thaw.