Since I make you guys a lot of vegan dinner-recipes, I get a lot of questions of what I eat for breakfast. Like, what are my top vegan breakfast tips?

I am suffering from a very common decease called the sweet tooth. I get it so often, it’s not even funny. So, for breakfast I typical need one of these four to kind of get me through the day, and to get a real hardcore kickoff. These four all contains a lot of proteins, and is really four of the most tasteful meals I ever make! Mmmm, I can hear my sweet tooth calling!

A lot of you have seen this recipe already in an older post, here. But really this is just one, simple version of a green smoothie. You can make soooo many different ones! Let me give you a quick guide to it, and always stick to this recipe if you want to have a nice tasting green smoothie, not a nasty one with a lot of horrible leaf lumps in it.

1. The Green smoothie

Remember: Always mix the greens with the liquid first, especially if you use leafs, to avoid any lumps and bites from the greens. Then mix the green stuff with 3 cups of your favorite fruits! Pick your smoothie up with some vegan protein powder, chia seeds, coconut flakes or any other deliciousness that would come to your mind.

Anyone who would love to try it?

Okey, so this is really an old recipe of mine, but it still works every time, and really satisfies my sweet tooth! Never change a winning team:

2. Sweet Quinoa Pudding:

Bring to a boil: 50g Quinoa with 80 ml almond milk and 50 ml water. Cook until all the liquid have been absorbed. Add the quinoa with 200g of soy yoghurt, 70 ml almond milk and 100g of any fruits you'd like. I use raspberries all the time! Sprinkle with some coconut flakes and let it rest for at least 10 minutes before you eat it, or prepare the pudding over night, that is what I do. This is just so good!

This is also an old recipe that I have actually shared with you on my blog earlier. I wrote you guys a post named «4 ways to oatmeal» and you can find it here. Those are my 4 best oatmeal recipes! You should check it out!

3. Oatmeal with raspberry jam, chia seeds and almonds:

Grind 1/2 cup (1,5 dl) of oats in a food processor, to make oatflour. Bring 2 cups (5dl) of unsweetened almond milk up to a boil. Add the grinded oats. Let it cook for a couple of minutes until its thickened. Season with a pinch of salt and add some sweetener, I use agave syrup. Transfer to a serving bowl, mix in your favorite jam and sprinkle it with chia seeds, finally chopped almonds and some fresh raspberries. My favorite version of the oatmeal!

4. Chia pudding with fresh vanilla, mango and almonds:

Mix 2 tbsp chia seeds and 2 tbsp flax seeds with 200ml almond milk. Add the seeds of a fresh vanilla bean. Let it soak for at least 10 minutes, until the pudding gets jelly ish. (haha jelly..) Sprinkle with 50g of mango and 20g chopped almonds and enjoy the little bastard! You can also make this overnight to save some time in the morning! Clever!

Do you have any favorite vegan brekkies? I would love to hear about them!



Good morning everyone!

It has already been a week down here in Australia, and that means, that it is time for a new workout challenge for this week! Are you ready? This one burns... I have picket out some full body exercises to make it really challenging while you’ll get «some rest» with the sit ups in-between. You will break a serious sweat on this one! Let’s check it out!

If you don’t know what these weekly challenges are, read my first post about it here, and join us!

N.B. Please, if you have any kind of injury or something else that prevent you for doing these workouts, consult a doctor or a physiotherapist for some alternative exercises! Also, if you are a beginner, please make sure you watch all the instruction videos and demos below, and please, if you need to, ask me for help, I will be happy to guide you trough the workouts.

So, this is something you can do at home, for a quick and nice workout (remember to warm up before you start). The only thing you need is some kind of light weight, such as a big bottle of water, a backpack with some stuff in it or something else you can come up wit, to use in the thruster move. Make sure you are ready to do the exercise correctly before you start, so check out the guide below. This weeks' challenge is really simple. Do 50 squats, 10 sit ups, 50 push ups, 10 sit ups, and so on, as fast as you can, and when you are done with the last 10 sit ups, as shown on the picture, the workout is finished and you can stop the time. You can of course do the workout without a timer, but I highly recommend it as it is so fun to track your progression as it get’s better and better! Start this workout today, and do it again on Thursday and on Sunday to see if you can beat your own time! Good luck everyone!

If you need any assistant with how to do the exercises, view demos and videos on



So, this recipe I have made several times, it is easy, delicious, vegan and just so damn good it is not even funny.. This recipe is meant for 4 people, but guess what? I just ate it all my self, HAHA, nobody will get any.. Maybe my dog, but thats it.

Have it a try! It tastes like «normal» panna cotta, no surprise. Trust me on this, after all, I am a professional dessert taster. Just sayin’.

💚 Vegan

🍴 Makes 4 servings


1 1/3 cup of coconut milk (or almond/soy milk)

1 vanilla bean or 1 tsp vanilla paste

50 g of diary free white chocolate (optional, but if you’re not using it, add a little more sugar)

1/2 cup sugar or 1 tbsp of Sukrin+, or any other sweetener

2 tbsp Agar powder (buy in a health food store or online)


🍴 4 porsjoner


3 dl kokosmelk (eller mandel/soya melk)

1 vaniljestang eller 1 ts vaniljepaste

50 g melkefri hvitsjokolade (valgfritt, men hvis du ikke bruker den, må du bruke litt mer sukker)

1 dl sukker, eller 1 ss Sukrin+

2 ss Agar pulver (kan fås på helsekost eller på nett)

How to:

1. Take the seeds out of the vanilla bean, and have both the seeds and the bean in a pot, together with coconut milk, sweetener and white chocolate. Carefully, bring it to a boil - low heat.

2. Let it cook for about 5-10 minutes, then add the Agar powder. Set the pot aside.

3. Place the mixture in one large bowl or in four small serving bowls, and put them in a fridge. Let it rest until the mixture is set.

Serve up with some fresh fruit, or make a coulis of raspberries or passionfruit!

Hope you enjoy this bastard, I did...

It really annoys me that this picture is a bit skew, like stop that!!



Good morning everyone! Or, it is probably good night soon for a lot of you..

Today I woke up at 04:45, ate breakfast, and went down at Alexandra Headland beach here in Mooloolaba to watch the beautiful sunrise..

At times, especially when I look back on past adventures, I feel like I’m running out of time. Time to explore, time to see, time to feel. Being on one side of the world makes you appreciate the other side even more. One week in, at The Sunshine Coast, and I’m slowly starting to process that a new year has started, it may be a long time ago it started, but really, down here, it just makes more sense, my life has just really started. I am really happy with who I have become over the past few years, the things I let go of, the people I let go, and the new things and wonderful people I let into my life. One thing is different tho, I seem to have a plan. There is somewhat a direction I want to move in, things I want to do and visions for my future I will make my reality.

I won’t wait for 2017 to show me what it has to offer - I will create it.



This recipe is inspired from one of my favorite bloggers in Norway, Styleconnection. A beautiful and spunky vegan lady, with so much passion for her colorful fashion and traveling, and she also volunteer to help others in need, such as refugees and animals. She is a true believer, and what I think the face of, how to just be your self. A true role model! Kristin is so fucking awesome!

I made some small changes to her version of the ghana masala, just to get some more flavors in the delicious chickpeas! This meal is the perfect meal if you’re craving some indian food! It is vegan, and packed with an explosion of flavors!

Chana masala is traditionally based with green chilies, onion, garlic, fresh cilantro, a blend of spices, chickpeas and tomatoes. The spice: garam masala, is a spice you could get in a lot of stores. I simply just buy the spice in the store instead of making my own, but if you don’t find it in your local one, try an international store or make your own blend! I have made you guys an instruction down below, of how you make your own garam masala, try it if you want to!

Ghana masala can be prepared a number of different ways, but I chose the simple route: 1 pot, 30 minutes, and just a few simple ingredients!

💚 Vegan

🍴 Makes 3-4 servings

🕗 Ready in 30 minutes


1 cup of rice

1 yellow onion, finally chopped

2 garlic gloves, minced

1 tbsp of minced fresh ginger

1/2 tbsp ground coriander

Chili powder and salt to taste

2-3 tbsp garam masala (look further down for DIY blend)

2 cans of chickpeas (a total of 15 oz drained weight)

2 cans of finely diced or pureed tomatoes (a total of 25 oz)

Lemon juice and sugar

💚 Vegansk

🍴 Nok til 3-4 porsjoner

🕚 Klar om 30 minutter


2,5 dl ris

1 gul løk, finhakket

2 hvitløksfedd, finhakket

1 ss finhakket ingefær (husk å skrell den først)

1/2 ss koriander pulver/krydder

Chilli pulver og salt etter smak

2-3 ss garam masala (se lenger ned for DIY miks)

2 bokser kikerter, drenert, skylt og avrent

2 bokser finhakkede tomater

Sitronsaft og sukker

1. Cook the rice as shown on the package.

2. Add oil to a frying pan, add onions, garlic and ginger, and fry over medium heat for a couple of minutes to get some color on the onions.

3. Add all the seasoning

4. Add the tomatoes and chickpeas, and let it cook for about 10 minutes. Add 2-3 tablespoons of lemon juice and a tablespoon of raw sugar. Add more seasoning as you wish or if needed.

5. Serve the delicious masala with the rice, some salad and naanbread