Green kinda everything pasta

Okay guys, I haven’t upploaded a recipe for soooo long, but there is a reason why.  Life update…my schedule has changed, I’m always on the run, currently sick and I also have kinda changed my everyday cooking. I am not a vegetarian but I’ve been eating a lot of veggies, avoiding meat and  mastering the 5 minute meals lately. I think it works just great for me now, still yummy but I really need the ten minute lunch box. So with no more talking about things irrelevant here’s how you can make this pasta godness:


  •  2 cups spinach
  • 1 cup green beans
  • 1 cup whole grain pasta
  • two spoons fetta cheese
  • half green pepper
  • 1/3 of a pomegranate
  • 1 spoon olive oil
  • salt
  • pepper
  • just a bit of honey.





  1. Boil the pasta following the instructions on the package.
  2. Boil the spinach and beans for five minutes.
  3. Mix with the pasta.
  4. Then cut and add the rest ingredients and you’re lunch box is reaaady!


Bon Appétit

What’s in Season? Fall Friuts&Veggies

I am more than excited that fall is hereee. It’s finally time for cozy sweaters, hot chocolate, movies in the couch and a lot of Fall recipes, warm and served in a bowl, yum! I’ll be honest, I grew up in a house that cooking seasonally was not a priority and I never realized it’s value untill a few years ago, that I got into cooking. But it’s really important to cook seasonaly, in order to avoid  pesticides as much as possible. So here’s the list of the lovely veggies and fruits that are in Season….(So excited to cook aaall of them)🍁

  • Apple
  • Banana
  • Orange
  • pear
  • kiwi
  • broussel sprouts
  • spinach
  • leek
  • cabbage
  • radish
  • cauliflower
  • carrot
  • broccoli
  • lettuce
  • asparagus
  • grapes
  • pomegranate
  • avocado
  • green beans
  • pumpkin
  • grapefruit
  • tangerine

I made a decision that this fall I’m gonna cook as many  cozy, fall recipes I possibly can. Are you ready to cook with me Fall recipes from around the world?



Nuts are sooo good for you.

Almonds, Pistachios, Walnuts, Cashews, Pecans, Macadamia Nuts, Brazil Nuts, Gazelnuts and Peanuts are known to be the best kind of nuts you can feed yourself with. Nuts are a great source of fiber and protein, plus they can reduce your chances of getting a heart disease, diabetes and cholesterol. While they are high in fat, it’s a healthy fat. Yay! So eating them daily can benefit your health without making you gain weight.  Here are the 9 top nuts for your health according to science.


  • Almonds: Protein 6g, fiber 3.5g, vitamin E 37% and magnesium 19%.
  • Pistachios: Protein 6g, Fiber 3g, vitamin E 3%, magnesium 8%.
  • Walnuts: Protein 4g, Fiber 2g , vitamin E 1%, magnesium  11%.
  • Cashews: Protein 5g, Fiber 1g, vitamin E 1%, magnesium  20%.
  • Pecans: Protein 3g, Fiber 2.5g, vitamin E 2%, magnesium 8%.
  • Macadamia Nuts: Protein 2g, Fiber.5 2, vitamin E 1%, magnesium  9%.
  • Brazil Nuts: Protein 3g, Fiber 2g, vitamin E 8%, magnesium  26%.
  • Hazelnuts: Protein 6g, Fiber 3.5 g, vitamin E 37%, magnesium 20%.
  • Peanuts: Protein 4g, Fiber 3g, vitamin E 21%, magnesium 11%.


*If you don’t like nuts here’s some ways you can have them daily  and actually like them.

  1. Make your own brittle!
  2. Blend them and add them in your smoothies.
  3. Make chocolate frozen nuts, to make your nuts more desirable.
  4. Blend and mix them with bread crumbs to make your breaded meat a little healthier.
  5. Spice them up! Although, salty nuts are not the best option, you can always add some herbs, paprica and chilli in your nuts.



5 foods that reduce period pain (Amen)

When that week of the month rolls around and cramps set in…..Pain happens!

All girls who have ever experienced the “Shark week” before know what it feels like. Mood changes, cramps, bloating, headaches are the common syptoms of period. All you want to do is either eat everything in sight, or simply cry your eyes out, ( you can always do both watching Notebook).


But before you order that four cheese pizza , onion rings, chicken nuggets, and all that junk, remember that none of them will actually reduce the pain. However, there are some super foods that can help you cope with period pain for real. So put the ice cream back in the freezer…come  on put it back and eat these foods instead.

1. Pineapple

Fruits in general are high in manganese, but one of the richest manganese food sources is pineapple. This good looking fruit also contains high levels of bromelain. So say goodbye to carmps!

 2. Bananas

Bananas are filled with nutrients such as vitamin B6 that aid cramps and are loaded with potassium, which can help with bloating! (Yes, please).

3. Yogurt

Yogurt not only helps with bloading but  also contains calcium and probiotics which  have been shown to decrease menstrual cramps.

4.Green Vegetables

Green vegetables are high in calcium, magnesium and potassium, which can prevent the spasms that lead to cramping pain. These minerals can calm and relax emotions, IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN, reducing irritability. Dark green vegetables also contain high amounts of vitamin K, which is needed to coagulate blood,prevent excess bleeding and keep your pants clean.  You’re welcome.

 5.Dark Chocolate

Last but not least! Chocolate increases the amount of blood flowing to the brain which allows you to feel energized. More chocolate pleeease!

* Oh, I know this is not a food but drinking water is definitely a must during period! Believe it or not  hydrating yourself is super important when it comes to keeping those painful cramps awaaay!



Detox water~body cleaner

Detox drinks not only keep you hydrated during the day but also benefit your body in many ways. What is the detox water though? Detox water is any infused water recipe that helps flush your system of toxins and improves your health.


  • Reduce inflammation
  • Boost energy
  • Support digestion and weight loss
  • Cleanse the liver
  • Promote healthy skin

There is not a particular recipe to make detox water. All you really need is water and any kind of fruits or veggies you like.


Follow these steps to make your own detox water.

  • Drop the ingredients you want to add into your detox water in the bottom of a bottle.
  • Cover with ice or cold water 1/2 of the bottle.
  • Place in the fridge for half an hour before serving.

*You can refill the container about 2-3 times before it loses it’s flavour.