Who cares about the weather black forrest ice lollies


Spring is here! Or it could be! Eventually!

So, who cares? Fruit ice lollies take you to a promised sunny land. Plus, are a ready treat in your freezer. The only thing you really need is an ice lolly mould and the chopper attachment from your blender. My chopper is strong enough, alway check if yours can handle ice!

* One banana peeled, sliced and frozen
* Handful of black forrest frozen fruits
* Drops of oats milk alternative, or any other milk alternative
* A dried apricot, chopped

* Drop in blender the banana and the frozen fruits
* Blend while adding the milk alternative till ice-cream consistency.
* Fill ice lolly moulds and put to freezer.
* Tip: For the mould to easily loosen, rinse with lukewarm water.

Where to get this stuff?
* Lolly moulds: IKEA £2
* Black Forest Fruits: Tesco £2
* Oats milk alternative: Oatly Organic £1.39
* Dried Apricots: Tesco £1


Healthy snacks & board games


A minute to prepare, has 5 times less kcal than chips and bakes while you play. Not only my gests loved yesterday my healthy geekness, but I also did really well at The Settlers of Catan 😀

Potatoes are great nutritious food, unfairly misreputed as fattening because of oily chips and sauces. Baked at home keep low-fat and filling while conforting (more on McDougall’s Starch Solution).

Only drawback of potatoes is their lack of fiber, so I try to compensate keeping their skins on (better organic) and adding gounded flax seeds. This also fortifies with extra vitamins, let me hear a *YAY*. Add pepper or paprika for great spicy taste.

Baked low-fat potato chips

Ingredients for 4:
– 1Kg of organic potatoes 750kcal
– Teaspoon of olive oil
– Teaspoon of gounded flax seeds
– Pepper or paprika
– Salt

Heat up the oven. Cut potatoes. Add seasoning and oil. Mix with your hands. Place in oven. Play! Snack! Play!