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Vegan Carrot Halwa
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Good recipes come from good yoga practice.  When I feel totally connected and exhilarated in my practice, I then find it easy to to create and also get ideas of what I could make.  My practice is the source of my creative energy and that point of my mind not being overactive helps me to get in touch with myself. Luckily, I have been...

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Badam (Almond) Halwa
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Mom’s are the most special people in the world. Off course I love mine to bits. Funnily enough, I also get my two main interests from her. She is a yoga teacher back in Mumbai and is the most fabulous cook ever! I think, I try to be a bit more like her everyday, her kindness and never ending love are an inspiration to...

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ANZAC Cookies
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ANZAC Cookies

Apr 25, 2014 by

Yesterday, I made the traditional ANZAC Cookies at school with rolled oats, butter, sugar, golden syrup, white flour and coconut. The kids and other teachers loved them. I loved making them because it was super easy and hardly took 10 minutes to put it all together. Well, there always is a gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free version to everything 😀 This morning, I tried substituting...

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Vegan Turmeric Milk
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I get flu once a year and that is when I come back home to Mumbai! Yes, honestly speaking gluten-free and dairy-free goes for a toss at home. I can’t say no to my mom’s food- just the effort and the heart she puts into making things for me is what I can’t deny. The good thing is mom is becoming more open to...

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Raw Chocolate Coconut Balls
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This favorite snack evolves almost every-time I make it, usually depending on the ingredients available at home. I recently made some in Mysore as a farewell gift for Saraswathi, Sam and Daniel and here is the current version of the recipe: Ingredients 1. 11 pitted Medjool dates 2. 1/4 cup almond butter 3. 1/4 cup cashews 4. 1/2 cup grated coconut 5. 2 Tablespoon...

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Christmas treat- Frozen Chocolate Pie with Toasted Almond Crust
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Merry Christmas everyone! In Germany, people celebrate Christmas on the 24th (how amusing right?). So Lena (my brother’s girlfriend) wanted to continue this tradition and we celebrated on the 24th night. I had an AMAZING time and the best experimental recipe turned out to be this delicious dessert. Off course it’s really healthy and everyone loved it! Here it is  😆 Ingredients for the...

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