Med en faglig baggrund inden for ernæring og sundhed og en stor interesse for mad, bevægelse og velvære deler jeg ud af tips og tricks, masser af opskrifter samt undren og egne erfaringer på området. Jeg brænder for økologi, bæredygtighed, madlavning med masser af velvære- og helbredsfordele, at leve minimalistisk, yoga og alsidig bevægelse.
A Million Miles er en blog dedikeret til nem, sund og farverig mad af al slags. Du kan finde opskrifter på alt fra salater, smoothies og juices til sunde burgere, pizzaer og desserter. Kig forbi og bliv inspireret til en sundere, mere farverig hverdag, som er nem at gå til – også for dem der ikke er så erfarne i køkkenet.
Hos Anna-mad finder du alt fra enkle, sunde hverdagsretter til det lidt mere avanceret - for ikke at glemme masser af søde sager og eksperimentering. Anna, der står bag bloggen, har altid haft en stor passion for at lave, spise og tage billeder af mad.
Kig endelig forbi, bliv inspireret og vær en del af Annas mad-eventyr!
Okay I think I have already shared two versions of this tropical baby before, but it is one of my absolute favorite go-to breakfasts, so I think it can be shared once more! It is so fresh and delicious + super filling and easy to make – it doesn’t get much better than that! ❤︎
To make this you simply mix skyr, greek yoghurt or a vegan alternative like coconut yoghurt with a little pure vanilla powder and a couple drops of liquid stevia. Pour it into a glass or jar and top it with muesli or granola (I used this one and you can find many more recipes right here), banana, pineapple and raw coconut chips. I also added a little bit of freeze-dried raspberry for decoration. Enjoy!
Hi lovelies, I hope you are all doing well and are enjoying the weekend? ❤︎
I had a nice productive day today and I had so much good food + the weather has been amazing, so that pretty much makes everything better right? Haha I want to list the positives first. The reality is that I am pretty much drowning in work right now, I feel so fortunate to have so many jobs and opportunities lined up right now, but I am definitely starting to feel the stress! Aaand to add to that we are still dealing with the renovation of our home, which is a bit stressfull. I feel a bit spoiled saying that since we have a contractor and are not doing the work ourselves, but having 4-5 people around working on the house makes it a bit hard to work sometimes + my sister is staying with me until the first floor is finished and it is getting a little bit crowded ;) I love my sister more than anything, but we are still sisters, which means that there is a lot of bickering and fighting going on – we seriously act like 5 year olds sometimes!
Anyways, I am stopping by because I really want to share these yummy salmon burgers I put together for my sis and I’s lunch earlier today. It isn’t really a recipe since I didn’t make any of this from scratch, but it tasted beyond amazing and only took 5 minutes to put together, so I thought some of you might appreciate some lunch/dinner inspiration for those days where you do not really feel like cooking. I hope you like it, enjoy! ❤︎
Burger buns (I used some healthified rye ones)
Smoked salmon filet
Start by removing the skin from the salmon and then place it on a plate or in a bowl and use a fork to gently “shred it” / pull it apart – like you do with pulled pork or pulled chicken. If you’d like you can add spices or things like barbecue sauce for an extra flavor boost. I kept it quite simple since the smoked salmon I bought was already nicely seasoned and I wanted to leave room for the flavors of the chili mayo, avocado and red onion. Then simply toast the buns and start adding the chili mayo, spinach, red onion, avocado and salmon. Enjoy!
Simply add everything to a blender and pulse until smooth. Pour the smoothie into a bowl and add your toppings of choice – I topped mine with passion fruit, kiwi, blueberries, raspberries and homemade granola – recipe here! ❤︎
Overnight oats is the perfect breakfast for busy mornings, you can prepare it the night before to save time, so in the morning all you have to do is grab the jar from the fridge and enjoy – you can even bring it on the go! It really doesn’t get much easier or more convenient than that!
Today I want share one of my “luxury” versions of overnight oats, this baby is a coconut version layered with a delicious raspberry cashew cream, fresh raspberries and raw coconut chips. It is beyond delicious and so filling! I love a good solid breakfast like this with plant based protein and lots of healthy fats, you will be full until lunch – haha I usually always go for a second breakfast, but I never need it after one of these!
Find more recipes for overnight oats right here and for chia puddings right here!
Ingredients – 2 servings:
3 deciliter (equals 1 + 1/4 cup) rolled oats
1 tablespoon chia seeds*
1 tablespoon hemp seeds*
1 tablespoon shredded coconut
½ teaspoon pure vanilla powder
3 ½ deciliter (equals 1 + 1/2 cup) coconut milk
A little bit of liquid stevia or your preffered sweetener, adjust amounts to you liking
Raspberry cashew cream:
2 deciliter (equals 0.8 cup) unsalted cashews, soaked in water for 5-6 hours or overnight
½ deciliter (equals 0.2 cup) plantmilk (I used oat milk)
1 tablespoon pure maple sirup
½ teaspoon pure vanilla powder
2 deciliter (equals 0.8 cup) raspberries*
*I used thawed frozen raspberries, if you use fresh ones, then you might need to adjust the amounts a little to get the desired flavor and pink color.
Overnight oats: Simply mix all ingredients and let them rest in the fridge overnight, so the oats and chia seeds can expand and soak up the milk. In the morning stir well and add more milk if needed. Add the overnight oats to a glass or jar and layer it with the raspberry cashew cream, fresh raspberries and raw coconut chips – remember there are enough for two servings, so either share it or save half for the following day – haha or just eat it all, I won’t judge you ;) You can also layer and arrange it the night before to save time, just make sure that the oats and chia seeds have had enough time to soak up the milk and form a porridge like mixture before you start layering it. Enjoy!
Raspberry cashew cream: Simply add all the ingredients to a food processor and pulse until you have a smooth raspberry cashew cream. This usually takes 3-5 minutes and you will need to scrape down the sides a couple of times. Pour it into an airtight jar and store in the fridge until serving, it keeps for a couple of days. The raspberry cashew cream is perfect as frosting for raw desserts or as an indulgent addition to your breakfast creations, enjoy!
These delicious soy roasted almonds are one of my new favorite go-to’s for a super easy and delicious snack. I usually crave sweeter snacks and treats, but lately I have been going crazy for savory and salty snacks and these really hit the spot!
I love to chop the almonds and add them to my salads for extra texture and flavor as well. I have this delicious salad that I have been making all summer, where these are just the perfect fit – I promise I will share the recipe for it asap! But until then you can find my other salad recipes right here!
This recipes only makes a small portion, but I recommend making a bigger batch, so you have them for salads and snacking throughout the week.
1.5 deciliter (equals 0.6 cup) almonds
1 tablespoon soy
1/2 tablespoon sesame oil
1 teaspon coconut sugar
A large pinch of chili powder
Start by preheating your oven to 180 c // 360 f. Then add the soy, sesame oil, coconut sugar and chili powder to a bowl and stir it together. Add the almonds and mix until they are completely coated by the soy mixture. Pour the almonds onto a baking tray lined with baking paper and make sure to spread them out evenly. Bake the almonds for about 10 minutes (stir midway) until they have browned to a shade darker, are fragrant and no longer wet to the touch. Let them cool and store them in an airtight jar, enjoy!
Okay I know that I talk wayyy too much about the weather, but it has such a large impact on my mood, so I just cannot help but appreciate it when we finally have some lovely weather here. It has been such a nice sunny day today and I just love it even more now that I finally have my own garden! I had to catch up on some work today, but I got to spend a couple of hours in my garden, eating homemade popsicles and reading Harry Potter – two of my favorite things! ❤︎
Since summer is almost over and so is the popsicle season, then I thought I would make another little recipe roundup post with my favorite popsicle recipes for you guys. Hopefully you will have the chance to give them a try before it gets too cold for these types of treats. I hope you’ll like them, enjoy!
Find more of my favorite summery recipes right here!
1.) Healthified vanilla popsicles with strawberry and rhubarb – find the recipe right here!
2.) Homemade and healthified (vegan) chocolate popsicles – find the recipe right here!
3.) Berry marbled yoghurt popsicles – find the recipe right here!
4.) Homemade matcha popsicles – find the recipe right here!
5.) Healthy blueberry and vanilla popsicles – find the recipe right here!
6.) Super easy rainbow fruit popsicles – find the recipe right here!
7.) Homemade popsicles with banana/peanut butter/chocolate – find the recipe right here!
8.) Homemade popsicles with peach/raspberry/apricot – find the recipe right here!
9.) Tropical popsicles with pineapple, passion fruit and coconut – find the recipe right here!
Hi lovelies, you really seemed to love my last little DIY post, so I thought I would share another one with you. This time it is a foodie one. I have been wanting to start sprouting for a while now and I even bought a clay pot for sprouting, but something about it just seemed a bit difficult and intimidating (silly I know), so I haven’t tried it yet. I have however been sprouting chia seeds for a while now (read all about chia seeds and their amazing benefits right here!) and it is just beyond easy! You really have to give a try!
These babies only need 5 minutes of your time in total and in just 5-6 days you will have your very own cute and homegrown chia cress. I love to use it in salads or as garnish for my little creations, it can really brighten up everything and add that little something extra ❤︎
What you will need:
Cotton wool roll
A tray or plate
Simply place the cotton wool roll on a tray or plate, add water until the cotton wool is soaked and then sprinkle the chia seeds on top. Check it everyday and make sure it does not dry out, water it every 1-2 days. The chia seeds should have sprouted and be ready to use after 6 days – have fun and enjoy!
If you are looking for a healthified, but still beyond delicious and super cute treat, then I can really recommend giving these no-bake cupcakes with raw chocolate frosting a try! They are made without flour, butter, refined sugar and most of the other typical cupcake ingredients, but I promise that they still taste amazing!
You can find the recipe over on the Danish fashion magazine Costume’s website, where I share two brand new recipes every month:
Hi lovelies! I am finally back home from LA after a very long day of traveling (20+ hours, yikes!), I am so tired and a bit jet lagged, so I think I am just going to keep it short. I had the best trip and it was so amazing to finally be able to take some time off to completely relax and just have fun. When you are your own boss and work from home (or wherever I have wifi and my laptop), then it is so hard to properly take time off and I usually work everyday (weekends included) and often really late, so it felt good to finally get a full week off without doing any work.
Oh and some of you have been asking for more LA food recommendations, I am a creature of habit, but I did try some great new places that I promise I will add to my little LA food guide asap!
Anyways, today I want to share the super easy recipe for these fresh and delicious tropical popsicles with pineapple, passion fruit and coconut – I could really have used one of these babies when I was in LA! They are all healthy and made with natural ingredients, but I promise that they still taste absolutely amazing! I recommend using a very ripe (almost too ripe) pineapple to make sure that they are sweet enough, if your pineapple is not very sweet then maybe add a little bit of pure maple sirup or a little liquid stevia, enjoy! ❤︎
Ingredients – 5 popsicles:
1 cup (equals 2.4 deciliter) ripe and sweet pineapple
The juice from 1/2 lime
1/2 can of coconut milk, the thick part
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla powder
2 passion fruits
Simply blend everything together (except the passion fruit), stir in the passion fruit and pour the mixture into the popsicle moulds. Add the popsicle sticks and put it in the freezer overnight or at least for 5-6 hours. Enjoy!
1 cup frozen raspberries
2 tablespoons goji berries
1 tablespoon hemp seeds
1 banana or 1 avocado
A splash of almond milk
Granola – recipe here!
Start by making the smoothie by adding the frozen raspberries, goji berries, hemp seeds, banana and almond milk to a blender and pulse until smooth. Pour the smoothie into a large glass or jar and top it with skyr/greek yoghurt, granola and fresh fruit. Serve the parfait right away, enjoy!
You guys know how much I love my chia pudding, but I feel like it does get a bit boring sometimes, so I am always trying to mix it up and experiment with new flavor combos. My current favorite is this creamy peanut butter chia pudding topped with crisp apple, almonds and more peanut butter, so yum! ❤︎
Ingredients – 2 servings:
1 deciliter (equals 0.4 cup) oatmilk (or any other kind of milk)
2 deciliter (equals 0.8 cup) skyr or greek yoghurt
3 tablespoons chia seeds
1 teaspoon pure vanilla powder
1 tablespoon pure maple sirup
A couple drops of liquid stevia
3 tablespoons peanut butter
Simply mix all the ingredients and let it sit in the fridge for a couple of hours or overnight to allow the chia seeds to expand and soak up the milk. When the chia seeds have soaked up the milk and the mixture has a pudding like consistency then it is ready to be served. Simply add your toppings of choice and it is ready to go! I topped mine with chopped crisp apple, almonds and peanut butter, so good!
Hi lovelies, are you ready for some more plant love? I am so obsessed with plants at the moment, so expect a couple more posts in this little blogseries ;) This time it will be all about succulents! I have found so many cute succulent related items that I hope you’ll love – I mean just look at those little succulent pendants!
Some of these picks are quite pricy, which is completely fair for handmade items, but I am on a budget, so I am going to use the pricier ones as inspiration for some future DIY projects :)
There are very few links to actual succulents (the plants), because it is usually cheaper to buy them in your local stores (in Denmark you can find cheap ones at your local florists and in stores like Bauhaus, IKEA etc.) + it is safer to buy them locally as well as they do not have to be transported by mail or carrier. If you want to try planting your own succulents, then you can find seeds right here and here!
Make sure to check out my post on air plants as well – find it right here! ❤︎
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Succulent arrangements – find them right here, here and here!