Month: February 2019

Baked Chicken with Lime, Garlic and Mustard Sauce

This delicious baked chicken recipe is so easy to cook and will make the perfect meal-prep for those busy days or evenings throughout the week. It’s sweet, tangy, and will surely satisfy even your kids’ taste buds. The lime also makes the chicken extra tender! It’s so good, you must try it. Pair this with a nourishing salad like my QUINOA GARDEN SALAD for a delicious, healthy meal any time of the day! INGREDIENTS: 500 grams boneless chicken thighs 1/4 cup olive oil juice of 1 lime (about 2 tablespoons) 1/2 tablespoon dijon mustard 3 cloves garlic, crushed 2 tablespoons …

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carrot cake smoothie

Peach-Carrot Cake Smoothie

  If you know me too well, you will realize that I’m a smoothie kinda’ gal. I start my morning everyday with a nutrient-dense smoothie for two reasons. First because it’s quick and easy which is a total time-saver for a busy mom like you and me. Second, having liquid meals at the start of the day is much gentler to our gut so blending my veggies and superfoods into one glass is the perfect way to get all the nutrients without the bloating. It’s the first time for me to make this PEACH-CARROT CAKE SMOOTHIE combo and I’m biting …

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Almond Cacao Protein Bliss Balls

This recipe came out from a failed almond butter attempt.  I was making my usual stash of homemade almond butter but did it differently this time.   The result was this crumbly nut butter which I tried to salvage by adding some coconut oil in it.  It did look okay when left at room temperature but when I put it in the fridge, it came out very tough!  So instead of throwing it out I thought why not make it into bliss balls! Bliss balls or energy balls are these healthy, raw treats usually made from a combination of nuts, seeds, …

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How I switched from corporate mom to Certified Health Coach

“What do you do?”   I often get asked this question in every meetup or gathering, and every time I come up with a slightly different answer.  Probably because I consider myself a multi-passionate entrepreneur.   In the simplest terms, I am a Certified INTEGRATIVE NUTRITION Health coach who helps women like you take control of your health and life by teaching you the exact how-tos thru online programs to achieve a healthy body that you are confident of, and a lifestyle that you love. But everything as they say starts with a story.  I used to struggle with weight issues …

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Cajun-spiced Prawn & Veggie Stir-Fry

Weekends are for stir-fries! It’s that time when I need to cook whatever veggies are left in my fridge without spending too much time in the kitchen. Total time-saver! Hope you enjoy this easy, quick yet nutrient-dense and delicious dish that is kid-friendly too. You can also sub the prawns with chicken or skip it and make it vegetarian. INGREDIENTS 200 grams prawns, de-veiled & de-shelled 3 tablespoons olive oil 2 teaspoon cajun spice powder 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 medium onion, sliced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 medium carrot, sliced 1 cup snow peas, halved 1/2 cup white mushrooms, …

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Healthy Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies

Chewy, chocolatey oatmeal cookies that are free of white flours and refined sugars. Perfect for a quick snack or when a sweet craving strikes! Is there really such a thing as a healthy chocolate chip cookie? Well, well, well…I am here to tell you that there actually is! And it all starts with the ingredients you use. This chocolate chip cookie is made of 100% oat flour, that is, ground rolled oats! It couldn’t get healthier than that, right? It’s also sweetened with coconut sugar so there is no nasty refined stuff in there. And instead of butter, it uses …

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