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Healthy Banana Bread

One of the things I love is transforming traditional cakes into healthier versions. Not only I feel less guilty eating them, but they’re also more delicious! For instance, this banana cake has become one of my family’s favorite sweet treats. On top of that, it is so super easy to cook. Basically, you just need to mix all the ingredients, which takes no more than 10-15 minutes and then put it in the oven for an hour or so. If you have been following me so far, you know that I don’t use complicated recipes. Life is busy, time is precious, and we should know how to make the best of it. Still, nourishing your body with home-cooked, nutritious food is an integral part of a healthy,...

Pumpkin Slices

Pumpkin is my number one favorite autumn/winter food. I can eat it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just use it as a snack at work or at uni. Not only is it super healthy, but it’s also very satiating and sweet. So, if you have a sweet tooth and constantly crave for sugar, some pumpkin slices will satisfy your taste buds! In fact, did you know that pumpkin is technically a fruit? Botanists consider fruit as “the part of the plant that develops from a flower” (Nelson et al., 2012). However, from a culinary point of view, pumpkin can be seen as a vegetable, since it is less sweet and served as part of the main dish. Actually, this doesn’t really matter much, since both fruits...