Recipes Smoothies/Juices

Our acaí super-smoothie

Oh, how we love to start our morning off with a fresh and sweet smoothie! And in this super-smoothie we have added acaí, a berry considered one of the top superfoods, due to their incredible antioxidant properties and other numerous health benefits.

Fun fact:  Acaí has a name nobody seems to get right. Did you know it is actually pronounced
AH- SIGH-EEE! There you go, now you go it.

3 dl raspberries
1 banana
1 tsp. acaí powder
A dash of agave syrup (for extra sweetness)
Almond milk (how much depends on the consistency you want)

Mix all the ingredients in a blender, add to a glass jar and serve with a glass straw. As simple as that! Enjoy!

By: Henriette Danielsen

Recipes Smoothies/Juices

Fresh spring vibes

Spring has finally arrived in our city and we have started enjoying long days outdoors, weather it’s with a good book in the garden or going for a run in the park. And what better than to fuel on a fresh smoothie?

We have added some pineapple to this smoothie, giving it a spring (and summer vibe), in addition to oatmeal to make it more filling. Best enjoyed cold.

Ingredients (serves two)
2 dl frozen pineapple
2 handfuls of spinach
1 dl oatmeal
1 small banana
Almond milk (as much as you need to get the consistency you want)

Mix everything in a blender and enjoy!

By: Henriette Danielsen / Photo cred

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Easy green

Green smoothies can for some taste a little “to healthy”, since they´re often not so sweet. So, we experimented a little in the kitchen and came up with something very green, yet sweet and fresh.

1 small avocado
1/2 cup frozen mango
2 handful fresh spinach
A dash of agave nectar (or honey)
Unsweetened almond milk

Through all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. How much almond milk to use depends on how thick or think you want you smoothie.

A perfect way to start your day!

By: Henriette Danielsen / Photo cred

Nutrition Smoothies/Juices

Filling smoothie on the go

Smoothie is the perfect grab-and-go food, and by simply adding some oats and almonds it will keep you satisfied longer.

Fun facts: All nuts have heart-healthy fats, but almonds contain the most fiber per serving, which can keep you fuller longer.

2 bananas
1 cup oats
1 handful of almonds
1 tsp. peanut butter
1-2 cups almond milk (depends on how thick/thin you want your smoothie)

Add all the ingredients in a mixer and blend until you get a smoothie consistency. Pour into a bottle and enjoy on the go.

By: Henriette Danielsen / Photo cred

Nutrition Smoothies/Juices

Pink power

Whenever you need a colorful uplifter! 

On the go, quickly need a snack or just feeling lazy? Here’s your saviour; a pink power smoothie! Healthy snacks don’t have to be complicated. Let’s do this!

1 banana
1 dl frozen raspberries
2 dl soyghurt (sugarfree)
A splash of oatmilk

Simply mix it all together, serve in a gorgeous jar or just turn the blender up side down and chug it all down if you’re feeling lazy (happens at my place a whole lot). Enjoy!

By: Nutritionist Clara Mo

Featured Nutrition Smoothies/Juices

Green booster

Did you know that your gut health and immune system are linked? That as much as 70-80 percent of your immune tissue is located within your digestive system? In other words; it’s considered wise to contribute to a healthy gut flora. 

We came across this smoothie in our latest bible; Food Pharmacy! A book we recommend everyone to read, it’s truly eye-opening. This green booster is full of plant fibers that are good for your gut, so let’s “gut” going (hehe).

70g salad (rucola or other of choice)
2 handfuls of spinach
½ cucumber
½ lemon
1 cm ginger
2 stalks of celery
1 avocado
2 dl water
1 tbsp. coconut oil

Mix all the ingredients in a blender until you get a smooth consistency. That’s it! That’s one step in the right directions towards a happy and healthy gut.

By: Henriette Danielsen / Recipe: Food Pharmacy

Nutrition Smoothies/Juices

A shot a day keeps the doctor away

Ginger shots are popular because they are very nutritious. However, the taste can be relatively sour. By simply adding an apple makes the taste milder and sweeter.

You know what they say; A shot a day keeps the doctor away! Give it a try and boost your immune system during these cold months.

Ingredients (serves two)
1 big apple
1 chunk of ginger

Start by peeling the ginger before juicing it, followed by the apple. Mix together and serve in a shot glass!

By: Henriette Danielsen / Photo cred

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Oh so yummy

I am a true chocolate lover, but try to keep it to a minimum during the week. It’s not working so well (opsi, hihi) so when I came across this recipe I was very happy!

A chocolate smoothie in the middle of the week that’s both tasty and healthy – the best of two worlds!

1 frozen banana
1 tsp. Raw cacao
1 tsp. lecithin (or agave syrup)
1 tsp. peanut butter
2-3 dl almond milk
Cacao nibs for topping

Mix all the ingredients in a blender and blend until you have a smooth paste. Top with cacao nibs and enjoy!

By: Henriette Danielsen / Recipe: Supernature / Photo cred


Blueberry booster

As autumn is drawing close, it’s important that we fuel our bodies with vitamins and antioxidants. This recipe is perfect for breakfast or as a booster before your workout! It only contains six ingredients and is super simple – check out the instructions below!

200g blueberries
250 ml pomegranate juice (or any other juice)
1 tbsp chia/flax seeds
1 ripe banana (peeled)
1/2 avocado (peeled & pitted)
Ice cubes (add as much as you like)

Use a blender and add all ingredients. Mix until everything is combined and you have a nice, smooth texture. Add more ice if the smoothie is too thin. Serve in two glasses, sprinkle with some fresh berries and enjoy!

By: Linnéa Nilsson /

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After a long day at work or when you simply feel you need to slow down the pace, what do you do? For some a workout may be the solution or maybe just take a walk and enjoy nature. We on the other hand like to go crazy in the kitchen! 

Fun fact: Many of you surely know that watermelon and cucumber consist of over 90% water? But did you also know that apples consist of approximately 85 % water? However, this doesn’t mean that they lack fiber or nutrition – on the contrary! This recipe includes wild apples, which we absolutely love!

Ingredients (Serves 2)
½ fresh pineapple (or 200 gr frozen)
2-3 cm of fresh ginger (peeled)
2 bottles NOA Wild Apples & Gooseberry
1 green apple (thinly sliced)
Mint leaves
Ice cubes

Use a blender and add the pineapple, mint and ginger. Gradually add the NOA Wild Apple & Gooseberry. Mix for a few minutes and then pour everything in two glasses, add ice cubes and garnish with sliced apple and mint. Voilà, it’s as simple as that– give it a try and let us know what you think!

By: Linnéa Nilsson / Photo cred  / Sponsored product