Welcome back to the first Skin Food Sunday post of 2018. This week we are talking about Olive Oil and its super benefits for the skin. There is so much more to just cooking with it you can use it for a lot of things on your skin. Olive oil is packed with anti ageing antioxidants and hydrating ingredients.
And once again a pumpkin recipe, but this time combined with peanut butter. That’s a heavenly combination. I love both of the flavors, so I thought why not combine them? And I think it’s on of my best moves ever haha. It combines so well, you will love it too.
Here we are again with Skin Food Sunday! This time we are talking all about tomatoes and their amazing health benefits for the skin. They are the easiest food to snack on and full of skin loving ingredients such as vitamin A and C. Read on to see why you need to eat more of them.
I was thinking about what recipes I could make for Christmas. And then my mom came with a beetroot pancake mix from Bio Today. So my instant reaction was: now I know exactly what to make for Christmas. It would be fun to make a big stack of red pancakes and some green added to it!
Quesadillas are even better than tortilla’s. Why? ‘Cause there’s melted cheese in them! And yes as a vegan it’s still possible to eat cheese. There are so many options nowadays. So it was more than obvious that I needed to make quesadillas!
Welcome back to Skin Food Sunday! This week we are talking all things Green tea. It is my absolute favorite; I drink it almost every day. It has huge healing benefits for the body such as helping with digestion and inflammation. When it comes to skin health, green tea has been found to delay the signs of ageing and protect the skin from harmful UV rays. Read on for more green tea skin benefits.