The BEST caramel dessert smoothie – updated

The BEST caramel dessert smoothie
Hi lovelies! So another 3 weeks have passed without a blog update, I really hoped I would have been able to get back to a more regular posting schedule by now, but sadly that will probably not happen for another two weeks. Everything has been so crazy and I am still so stressed, every time I start to feel better, then it just keeps creeping back and I feel ill all over again. It is going to take me a while to get back on track, but I am slowly getting there. I have chosen to neglect the blog a bit longer, it is more important that I get this stress thing under control, but I am super excited to get back to posting regularly in a few weeks, I have so many ideas and new recipes that I cannot wait to share with you guys! Despite my little blog hiatus, then there will be a new blogpost tomorrow, yep I am FINALLY going to announce the winner of the Bosch giveaway + share the yummiest cake and donut recipe, so stay tuned ❤︎

More about that tomorrow, today I want to share the recipe for these beyond delicious dessert smoothies with you guys, they are one of my absolute favourites and I just cannot recommend them enough! I mean they are just so sweet and delicious with an indulgent caramel flavor that they will satisfy even the strongest of dessert cravings! They might not look like much, but I am telling you – go give them a try! I have shared the recipe before, but only in Danish, so I though I would post it in English as well for my international followers  ❤︎

You can still find the recipe in Danish right here!

 photo dsc_0794.jpgIngredients – 2 servings:
2 ripe bananas, frozen
8-10 dates, pitted
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla powder
1 tablespoon almond butter
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
2 decilitre (about 0.8 cup) oatmilk – or whatever kind of milk you prefer

Simply add everything to a blender and pulse until smooth and creamy, pour into two glasses and serve right away! Enjoy ❤︎

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My biggest giveaway yet: Bosch kitchen machine/stand mixer and blender + mine and my sister’s favorite workout smoothies

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I have been so excited to share this post with you guys! I have not only had the opportunity to test the new Bosch OptiMUM kitchen machine and Vivastyle blenders these past few weeks, but I also have the opportunity to give both of them to one lucky reader!! :D

I absolutely love testing new kitchen gear, but this time I was actually lucky enough to receive two blenders from the Vivastyle series, so I gave one to my sister and we have been able to test them together and compare notes – even more fun! We have been putting the blenders to the test and we are both huge fans of the ThermoSafe glass that makes it possible to add both frozen and boiling foods to the blender – I have broken more than one blender due to the lack of ThermoSafe glass and let me tell you, it is super messy ;) Another big plus is that the blenders are small and handy making them easy to store away in my cupboards, but it still easily blends frozen fruit, nuts etc. and I absolutely LOVE the to-go cups as well (like the one I made the green smoothie in) that makes it possible to blend the smoothie directly into the cup. It means less things to clean and it makes it super easy to bring your smoothies on the go! The small detachment cup also makes for the perfect little mini chopper when making things like pesto or chopping herbs, onions, nuts etc. – the only negative so far, which is actually also one of the positive features, is the smaller size of the blender, but I would say that it meets the needs of most people.

We have been making smoothies like crazy while testing the blenders and I would like to share two of our favorite recipes with you guys. We are both huge smoothie fans and we both usually have one every single day, so it has been perfect with a small and easy-to-use blender on hand – especially the option to blend directly into to-go cup have been perfect these days, where I have been so busy and haven’t had much time to spend on breakfast or cleaning up. Our favorite smoothie combos pretty much always changes, but since we started working out together last month, then we have each developed two new favorite workout smoothies that we love to drink before and after our workouts. My personal favorite is a green energy smoothie with matcha that I love to drink before working out, it really gives me that extra energy boost and fuel that I need before a big workout. My sister’s favorite is a plant based protein-rich berry superfood smoothie that she usually enjoys after our workouts to rebuild and refuel. You can find the recipes below :)

I still haven’t properly tested the Bosch OptiMUM kitchen machine, it has so many options and uses that I haven’t tried yet, so I will do another post in a couple of weeks where I write more about it and share some of my favorite recipes that made with it. I will say that I am already quite impressed though! It has a built in weight, which is just amazing, I have never seen that before? It makes it so much easier use as you can just add the ingredients directly to the bowl instead of having to weight them in a separately first. It also has a super strong 1500 watt motor, a built in timer and an intelligent SensorControl programme that helps you with the right settings for preparing your dishes. It is by far the fanciest kitchen machine I own and I cannot wait to test it thoroughly, it has so many different options and uses that I still haven’t tried – haha I am not even sure just how much I can use it for, I am such a novice when it comes to kitchen equipment like this!! Let me know if there is anything in particular that you would like me to test, I tend to mostly use my kitchen machine/stand mixer to knead bread, but it has so many options, so I will try my best to be a bit more creative with the recipes in my next post.

How to participate in the giveaway:
Are you ready for this guys?! One lucky reader will win not only the Bosch Optimum kitchen machine, but also a Bosch Vivastyle Blender! All you have to do to participate is to leave a comment on this post (I need to moderate the comments before they are visible, so please only comment once) – it does not get much easier than that! I will announce the winner right here on the blog on the 3rd of April, good luck! ❤︎

My sisters favorite superfood smoothie
First up we have my sister’s favorite post workout smoothie, it is packed with superfoods and plant based protein! Neither of us ever really measure anything when we make our smoothies, but I have made an estimate to give you guys an idea of the amounts we usually use.

1 ripe banana
2.5 deciliter (1 cup) frozen raspberries
1 – 2 tablespoons dried goji berries
1/2 – 1 tablespoon chia seeds
1 small handful rolled oats
1 small handful almonds
1 scoop vegan proteinpowder
Oat milk to blend

Simply add everything to a blender and pulse until smooth, enjoy!

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My go-to green pre-workout smoothie
This is probably my most well used smoothie recipe these days, it is such an easy way to add some extra greens to my diet and it gives me a perfect energy boost before my workouts! Make sure to drink it well in advance though, you do not want to do a workout on a full stomach ;)

1 very ripe banana
50-75 grams frozen broccoli
50-75 grams frozen spinach
1 tablespoon peanut butter or almond butter
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla powder
A couple drops of liquid stevia
1 teaspoon matcha powder
Oat milk to blend

Simply add everything to a blender and pulse until smooth. Enjoy ❤︎


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Berry smoothie bowl w. basil and hidden greens

Berry smoothie bowl w. basil and hidden greens
This fresh and colorful berry smoothie bowl is a new favorite of mine, it is full of hidden greens, but is still nice and sweet because of the berries + the basil really adds a little something extra! There are both frozen broccoli and spinach in there, but I promise that you cannot taste it – I served it to my mom this morning (without the basil though) and she had no idea that it was full of greens, haha she almost didn’t believe me when I told her ;)

Find more smoothie bowl recipes right here!

Berry smoothie bowl w. basil and hidden greens
1 cup (2-3 deciliters) mixed frozen berries
1 handful frozen broccoli
1 handful spinach
1 banana, ripe w. brown dots
1 tablespoon hemp seeds
1 date, pitted
1 small handful basil
Oatmilk to blend

Simply add everything to a blender and pulse until smooth, pour into a bowl and add your toppings of choice – I topped mine with homemade granola, banana slices, blueberries and bee pollen ❤︎

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Berry boost smoothie with ginger and hidden greens

Hi lovelies! First off, I just want to say that I am so happy to see that a lot of you are inspired by my little January challenge, I don’t remember the last time I saw so many screenshots over on my Snapchat (mokai_giraf) + I have already received a bunch of message from people who wants to join the challenge! I promise I will share as much as possible about my meals, supplements (like the spiraling tablets I shared over on snapchat) + favorite superfoods and exercises, but I am struggling a little with finding the time, so please bear with me. I promise to get everything online as soon as possible.

Anyways, what I want to share with you today is the recipe for this beyond delicious berry boost smoothie with ginger and hidden greens – this baby is definitely a new favorite of mine! As you have probably noticed I am quite fond of my berry smoothies and this one is really not that different, but since I am doing an all healthy January, then I will try to pack in some extra greens where possible and one very easy way to do so is to add spinach to my smoothies. You cannot see that it is in there and you cannot taste it either, so it is the perfect way to add some more greens to your diet without really making any huge changes to your favorite berry smoothies. I have recently become obsessed with adding ginger to my smoothies as well, the flavor is quite strong, which I absolutely LOVE, but make sure to adjust the amounts to your liking ❤︎

Berry boost smoothie with ginger and hidden greensIngredients
1 cup mixed frozen berries
1 large handful spinach
1 banana
A thumb of ginger
1 tablespoon shelled hemp seeds
Oat milk to blend

Simply add everything to a blender and pulse until smooth, serve right away – enjoy! ❤︎

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Two of my favorite breakfast smoothies – delicious and filling!

 photo img_9227.jpgOne of my absolute favorite ways to start the day is with a big smoothie (or in this cold a big bowl of oatmeal!) and I just love how the possibilities when it comes to flavor combos and creating new recipes are pretty much endless – I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of them! The best part is that smoothies are not only super delicious, but also absolutely bursting with nutrients, which gives you such a great start to the day + they are super quick and easy to put together even on those very busy mornings. I usually have some solid food with my smoothies as well for breakfast, but I have put together two extra filling smoothie recipes that are full of plant based protein and healthy fats for those mornings where you just want a light and easy breakfast, but still stay full until lunch.

I have previously shared these two yummy smoothie recipes here on the blog before, but only in Danish so I though I would share them with you guys in English as well, enjoy! ❤︎

You can still find the recipes in Danish right here!

 photo img_9225.jpgBanana/almond smoothie with oats and cinnamon
1-2 frozen bananas, ripe with brown dots
A small handful almonds (about 10)
1/2 deciliter (equals 0.2 cup) rolled oats
3 pitted dates
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
A pinch of ground ginger and nutmeg (adjust the amounts to your liking)
2 deciliter (about 0.8 cup) almond milk

Simply add everything to a blender and pulse until smooth, serve right away – enjoy!

 photo img_9226.jpgThe secretly green raspberry smoothie
1 banana
2-3 deciliter (equals 0.8 – 1.2 cup) frozen raspberries, adjust amounts to your liking
1/2 avocado
1-2 handfuls spinach
1 tablespoon chia seeds
1/3 teaspoon pure vanilla powder
2 deciliter (0.8 cup) oat milk

Simply add everything to a blender and pulse until smooth, serve right away – enjoy!

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