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Why do we eat superfoods? Part 3: Superfood recipes

  1. Click below to read Part 2: Why do we eat superfoods? Part 2: Different Types of Superfoods?

  1. It is of course easy to say that you should eat certain superfoods, but then a few examples are also useful. That is why we go through these five recipes with superfoods. Very easy and delicious :)

1. Broccoli Smoothie

  1. Broccoli is one of the best foods Mother Nature makes. People often add broccoli to many fruit smoothie recipes, so just about any smoothie can grow into a broccoli smoothie.

  1. Ingredients:

  1. You can adjust the fruits and vegetables as needed, but this is one way to make sure you're getting the correct portions of fruits and vegetables your body needs.

2. Yogurt With Oatmeal

  1. This isn't as easy as throwing a little muesli into your daily yogurt, but it's well worth the time and effort. Healthy and tasty, where do you see that more often?

  1. Step 1. Add oats, milk, yogurt, and chia seeds in a jar along with the desired sweeteners or flavors (see options below).

  1. Step 2. Place a lid on the jar and shake to combine.

  1. Step 3. Add fruit and stir gently until the fruit and yogurt are mixed.

  1. Step 4. Keep in the refrigerator, up to 2 days, maybe a little longer, depending on the type and ripeness of the fruit. The non-banana varieties can even stand for up to four days.

  1. During the overnight soaking, the oat and chia seeds will absorb the liquid and soften the seeds. This makes them even better the next day.

Flavor options

  1. Mango Almond Flavored with fresh mango, honey and almond extract.

  1. Blueberry maple syrup Flavored with fresh blueberries and maple syrup.

  1. Apple cinnamon Flavored with unsweetened applesauce, cinnamon and honey.

  1. Banana Cocoa Flavored with bananas, cocoa powder, and honey.

  1. Banana Peanut Butter Flavored with bananas, peanut butter and honey.

  1. Raspberry Vanilla Flavored with fresh raspberries, raspberry jam and vanilla extract.

3. Salmon Salad Medley

  1. Salmon pieces mixed with leafy vegetables, fresh fruit, feta cheese, nuts and raspberry vinaigrette make this a very tasty and healthy main course salad.

  1. Ingredients:

  1. Grill or bake the salmon fillet; let cool. Cut into bite-sized pieces, removing the skin and bones. Place the leafy greens in a salad bowl. Chop some seasonal fruit into bite-sized pieces. Add the fruit, salmon and feta cheese to the leafy greens, toss it lightly. Later add the raspberry vinaigrette and mix well. Add the chopped nuts at the last minute.

  1. Salmon can be cooked in advance. Many seasonal fruits are good in this salad, for example raspberries, mango and kiwi.

4. Superfood Smoothie

  1. Nobody eats kale straight from the bag. Carrots maybe, kale no. If you do, well done. Many people would rather not eat kale without drowning it in honey mustard vinaigrette or applesauce. That's why this smoothie is so good, it gives all the benefits of kale, but in a simple, tasty way.

  1. Ingredients:

  1. In a reliable blender, puree the spinach, kale, and orange juice until only flecks of green remain. Add all other ingredients. Blend this together until smooth, which takes about 2 minutes.

5. Superfood Smoothie

  1. A smoothie and no less than seven superfoods. Drink it and take advantage of it!

  1. Place all ingredients in the blender and mix until smooth. The blender is filled to the top with lots of superfoods, so make sure the lid is on tight before turning on the blender. It takes about a minute for all ingredients to fully mix.

  1. Click below for part 4: Why do we eat superfoods? Part 4: Conclusion!



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