Vegan. Organic. Protein rich. Popsicles

Made some super easy and tasty colorful popsicles that are completely vegan and filled with protein.

Red; Organic strawberries & raspberries with a small scoop of pea protein (vanilla flavored)

Yellow; Organic mango cubes, banana, and a dash of Oatly’s mango and orange drink (milk replacement)
– I added some extra banana extract to sweeten the flavor & small scoop of pea protein.

Green; Organic Kiwi and mango cubes. + small scoop of pea protein.

Dark blue; Mango cubes, banana, and pineapple extract. I couldn’t find fresh organic blueberries at my local store so I had to improvise and use food coloring instead, but thanks to the yellow mango it didn’t become the blue that I wanted. I’ll get it next time. + small scoop of pea protein.

Example; Mix the strawberries, raspberries, and protein in a blender until smooth and then fill up the popsicle molders. Continue the same process with the others. (Make sure to wash the blender after every use, you don’t want red or blue leftovers when doing the yellow one.)


Strawberries; are rich in antioxidants that strengthen the body’s defenses against aging and disease, a lot of Vitamin C, Iron, and fibers. The nutritional content of strawberries helps against such as heart disease and cancer. It’s also known to improve brain function and reduce the risk of depression. It has also been said that they contain more Vitamin C than oranges.

Melon; they’re high in essential vitamins and minerals, and contain almost no fat or saturated fat. One of the main antioxidants that melons have is Vitamin C, that takes care of the growth and maintenance of all tissues in your body. Plus, it speeds up wound healing and repair of cartilage, bones, and teeth. There’s also a high level of Vitamin A that is crucial for beautifully healthy looking skin, bones, and improves vision.

Banana; packed with vitamins and minerals such as potassium, magnesium, calcium, zinc, iron, copper and vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, Vitamin C & E. Bananas are good for your heart – they’re very rich in potassium but low in sodium which promotes healthy heart and reduces the risk of atherosclerosis and stroke. Strong bones as well, protects against kidney disease and cancer, and can help when you’re suffering a hangover and much more. Potassium may also lower blood pressure and reduce the impact of high-sodium foods.

Kiwi; kiwis has been known to be one of the fruits that provide the most vitamins and minerals. An insanely high dose of Vitamin C, potassium, and magnesium. And the little seeds in the center of the fruit consists mainly of alpha-linolenic acid, a special omega-3 fatty acid which protects against heart disease.

Oranges; very rich in citrus limonoids that protect against cancer, helps to prevent kidney diseases, lower cholesterol and boosts your heart health.

Raw green juice.

Apple; Protects the brain against several diseases, prevents Alzheimer, and fight the effects of aging on the brain. Decreases risk of diabetes, prevents gallstones, detoxifies your liver, and controls your weight.

Lemon; A powerful antioxidant – filled with vitamin C.

Pineapple; Improves fertility, the enzyme found in pineapples can reduce swelling, inflammation, and helps the body to heal faster if sick. Wonder for the skin as it reduces wrinkles, and improves skin texture.

Spinach; Packed with Vitamin A, B2,B6,B9,C,E & Also loads of potassium,
calcium, magnesium & iron. It is also considered good for stomach ulcer. Spinach also contains Coenzyme Q-10, copper and other beneficial substances. B vitamins are the essentials to feeling energized and fueled throughout the day. And, vitamin E is a massive boost for your immune system and repairs damaged skin.

Note, that consumed in excess may cause tooth decay due its high level of sugar that fruits have, and the acid content in especially oranges can wear away enamel. All in moderation, folks!


Make a change

Thank you, to wwfsverige for my adorable little turtle (named him Phil)
Everyone can get one by simply becoming a marine sponsor at, and donating a certain amount each month to help these beautiful species that are on the rise to come to an end if we don’t act and start making changes.
By something so little, you can make a huge difference and contribution to our amazing planet.
Set an example for future generations, your families, and kids. They should have the honor as we have had to know what a whale is, a shark, a turtle, and all those other beings that call the ocean their home.
They should bless their sight with the beauty of these magnificent sea animals, but by the rate they’re becoming extinct, they’ll only know them by pictures. Support a cause, help make a change.

Marine Sponsor

Some seem to view the ocean, this blue endless (in size) and depth as invulnerable, and not as a home to living creatures.
More than half of the animals living under the sea are becoming threatened and endangered by the minute, and by the rate the humankind are destroying our oceans on this beautiful planet, we’ll be losing these gorgeous species.
They are decreasing, and on the rise to come to an end. Not only because the humankind treats it as a garbage can – over 4.7 billion plastic items are dumped in landfills and oceans every year worldwide, but also because each second sharks are being killed for their fins, corals are dying thanks to climate change, and thanks to uncontrolled exploitation that is damaging marine areas that are important for fishes and other animals.
By supporting a cause involved with this you’re contributing to hopefully, one day restoring not only our beautiful oceans, but stunning marine animals that are practically gone as well.
Become a marine sponsor and help make a change, become these voiceless animals voices and speak for them, fight for their rights and their home. Stop poaching, and help restore a balance.
You can also make small changes in your daily living such a recycling, buying organic, maybe going vegan, etc. All this will also help stop global warming and hopefully save our planet. I do my part at by each month donating a certain amount.



Greek salad – Vegan style

A simple yet delicious greek salad with vegan feta cheese from Goodstores in Stockholm, with a homemade vinaigrette dressing.

Cucumber; Cleanses your body, around 90 % of the cucumber is water and the fluid helps the body to get moisturized and reduces the risk of dehydration. Regular intake can also reduce the risk of kidney stones and brings out the residual waste from the body. + Vitamin A, B, & C and also contains potassium which has a positive effect on the heart and arteries.

Tomatoes; Filled with alpha and beta carotene, lutein and lycopene. They help your skin to get a better tone, especially if you’re tanning and it will also get your liver cleansed easier. Great antioxidants, plus Vitamin E and vitamin C.

Lettuce; Most people tend to underestimate lettuce, assuming is practically just water but don’t be fooled, it’s filled with Vitamin A, carotene, & potassium.

Red onion; Filled with antioxidants, great immune system boost, cleanses our body and good for our blood vessels.

Olives; And through this link you can read about the ten wonders olives will do for you.

Vegan rolls

Simple, yet delicious vegan rolls that literally took less than 10 minutes to make.

You’ll need;
Flatbread (make sure that it’s milk free)
Vegan-friendly cream cheese (I used one with herbs and chives from the brand Tofutti)
And vegan-friendly ham from Tofurky

Spread the cream cheese, add the ham, roll it and slice it. To make it more colorful, you can always add something green, such a baby spinach or anything your heart desires. I was starving so I just used the cream cheese and ham. :)
+ decorated them with edible flowers.

Protein Rich Salad

Black lentils; contain the third-highest levels of protein, it also reduces blood cholesterol since it contains high levels of soluble fiber. Amazing source of iron, which transports oxygen throughout your body and is key to energy production and metabolism. Low in calories & practically no fat.

Bulgur; is rich in fiber, protein, iron and vitamin B-6. By being low on B-6 and folate, levels of homocysteine can build up, which is a risk factor for developing cardiovascular disease.

Onions; known as one of the world’s healthiest foods. Great source of Vitamins C, and also contains small levels of calcium, potassium, folate, magnesium and B6.

Tomatoes; Tomatoes are packed full of beneficial nutrients and antioxidants and are a rich source of vitamins A and C and folic acid.

Corn; Rich in Vitamin B (especially Thiamin and Niacin. Thiamin is essential for maintaining nerve health and cognitive function.) And if you’re feeling low and tired, chances are your body is low on B vitamins.

+ Vegan feta cheese, lime juice & herbs. 

K O R S.

Every time I enter a Michael Kors store, it’s like walking through the pearly gates and entering Heaven. The clean lines, the elegance, and simplicity of his work leaves me in awe, my soul crying for each beautiful item of his. His bags are classic, timeless, and perfect for every occasion. You simply cannot go wrong by wearing anything of his, whether it’s an accessory or a clothing piece, it’s the cherry on top. Completely, and perfecting your outfit, leaving all of you on point, level one hundred.


Greens and tofu


Simplicity is the key sometimes, every now and then I like to keep it simple, yet filled with nutritions and vitamins!

Lettuce; Most people tends to underestimate lettuce, assuming is practically just water but don’t be fooled, it’s filled with Vitamin A, carotene & potassium. Plus, Vitamin K that is important for protein structure which supports healthy bones and other tissues.

Spinach; Packed with Vitamin A, B2,B6,B9,C,E & Also loads of potassium,
calcium, magnesium & iron. It is also considered good for stomach ulcer. Spinach also contains Coenzyme Q-10, copper and other beneficial substances.

Marinated mushrooms; High level of the antioxidant ergothioneine, helps prevention of cancer and cardiovascular disease.

Marinted tofu; Contains no cholesterol, and is an excellent source of protein, iron, and calcium.
Iron and Calcium is crucial if you’re vegan since iron is usually found in meat and calcium in dairy products.
So, as if you are thinking of changing into a vegan lifestyle, you must find replacements so you won’t miss out on any of the minerals, nutrients, or vitamins that are important for our body and system to function properly.