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Green super mix

An all-time favorite in our kitchen: the green super mix. It is what we like to call a little health bomb, which both keeps us healthy during the winter season and tastes delicious.

Fun fact:
There are over 50 varieties of kale, which is one of the ingredients in this health bomb. This trendy green is resilient and can survive into the winter. In fact, frost makes it sweeter. Kudos to the kale!

½ banana
½ avocado
½ lemon
A big chunk of ginger
A handful of green kale
Two handfuls of fresh spinach
1 cup frozen pineapple/or mango
Unsweetened almond milk (or any other nut milk you prefer)

Peel the lemon and ginger and mix it, together with all the other ingredients until smooth. If you want a thicker and more filling smoothie, take a little almond milk at a time. Enjoy!

By: Henriette Danielsen

Dinner Nutrition

Mr.Green bean

Salad isn’t exactly the food most associated with winter, but we believe with the right ingredients it can still be enjoyed in colder temperatures!

Remember that salad is so much more than some lettuce and tomato slices. Fill it with leafy greens, beans, seeds and nuts and you got yourself a real meal.

Ingredients (desired amount)
White quinoa
Mâche salad
Cherry tomatoes
Green bean seeds
Feta cheese
Sunflower seeds
2-3 tsp. olive oil
½ tsp. honey
½ lemon
A dash of salt

Boil the desired amount of quinoa and while it cools down you can start on the dressing. Blend olive oil, honey, lemon juice and salt, before adding all the other ingredients and mix well. Top with feta cheese and enjoy!

By: Henriette Danielsen / Photo cred

Dinner Nutrition

Green happiness

Adding kale to your salad is the perfect way to get full, without feeling weighed down afterwards. Packed with nutrients and various yummy ingredients this salad will make your taste buds go crazy!

Fun fact: Just one cup of kale offers two times the amount of Vitamin A you need in one day.

Mâche salad
Small tomatoes
Feta cheese
Olive oil
Salt & Pepper

Tips: Kale is super fibrous, so it’s a bit more difficult to chew than your average green. Slicing it thinly will make it easier to eat.

Start with the dressing; add desired amount of olive oil in a bowl and squeeze some lemon over, before adding salt & pepper. Then add desired amount of kale, salad and sliced tomatoes and mix well. Top with feta cheese and strawberries. Voila, you now got a simple and delicious salad!

By: Henriette Danielsen / Photo cred