The best and easiest way to make coffee these days is to buy a coffee maker, of course. However, even that is not as simple as it used to be and there are many different coffee makers on the market today, with single-serve coffee makers leading the way. But what is the best single serve coffee maker you can get right now? Well, in this article we strive to answer that question for you. [Read more…] about What Is The Best Coffee Maker On The Market – Our Recommendation
The Brussels sprout represents a member of the Gemmifera Group of cabbages, grown for its edible buds. These green leafy vegetables are typically 2.5 to 4 cm in diameter and look just like miniature cabbages. This veggie has been famous for a long time in Brussels, Belgium, and may have gained its name there. It was likely cultivated in Ancient Rome, but Brussels sprouts as we know them now were grown probably as early as the 13th century in what is now Belgium.
Brussels sprouts are a valuable addition to slaws, and slaws are not just for summer – their creamy, crunchy and tangy dressing is a quite welcome contrast to the heartier dishes of autumn. You can make these slaws ahead or at the very last minute, and they won’t take up valuable oven space.
If you are using a mandolin to shred the Brussels sprouts, you want to be careful – hold each by its stem end and slice whole. Do not get your fingers too close to the blade. You should try shredded Brussels sprouts as the base of your salad all season long!
There are a lot of recipes of slaws including Brussels sprouts, and in this article, we pick three of the most popular for you! [Read more…] about Brussel Sprout Slaw Recipes – A Coolinar’s Selection
It is a cliché to say it, but it’s true – we live in a crazy, fast-paced, and ever-accelerating world! This constant rush leaves little room for a person to look after their health because the three main ways of doing it (good food, good sleep, exercise) all require TIME.
Well, luckily some smart folks have figured out a way to eat healthy even when they don’t have enough minutes to prepare their meals three times a day. This great idea is called meal prep.
If you’re thinking: “Meal prep?! I’m not a bodybuilder!”, we urge you to bear with us as we will show you that this method of food preparation is not only for the fitness freaks anymore. An average, modern person could greatly benefit from adopting this practice, and what better way to start then focusing on the most important meal of the day – breakfast.
In today’s article, we will show you some simple breakfast meal prep ideas that will help you jumpstart your day and improve your health in the long run. [Read more…] about Start Your Day Off Right: Breakfast Meal Prep Ideas
Say the words broccoli and soup in one sentence to any kid or an adult who is a picky eater, and they will probably look at you appalled and disgusted. However, when it is prepared skilfully, the famous cream of broccoli soup is something any person with functioning taste buds would enjoy. The soft, creamy texture and the delicate flavor of this underappreciated vegetable are bound to put a smile on one’s face.
Not only that, one serving of cream of broccoli soup packs about 150 calories and a lot of useful nutrients such as vitamin C, vitamin K, and dietary fiber. So, it is tasty; it is healthy, what else do you need to know about it? Well, only how to choose the ingredients, prep them for cooking and combine them in perfect harmony. Don’t be intimidated; we’ll help you with that. [Read more…] about How To Make The Most Delicious Cream Of Broccoli Soup
We all love delicious pancakes for breakfast-super quick and easy to throw together! No matter if you are vegan or lactose intolerant, you should know there are ways of enjoying pancakes. It’s just a matter of changing some critical ingredients for others in the correct measure, and it’s easier than you may think.
Pancakes go beyond breakfast, though. They are fantastic in packed lunches as an alternative to ordinary sandwiches. Switch your routine up by making a sweeter pancake sandwich. And don’t forget about the occasional breakfast-for-dinner treat, as these pancakes are the perfect and easy recipe for your family “brinner” night!
These Egg and Dairy-free pancakes taste the same as dairy and egg pancakes, but the only difference is that everyone can eat them, even the ones with dairy and egg allergies. These pancakes require just a couple of ingredients, twenty minutes and one bowl! And guess what? They are soft, perfectly sweet, fluffy and buttery!
So if you are dealing with milk or egg allergy or perhaps you have run out of milk, you can still make fluffy pancakes from scratch. If your crepes batter is too thick, add a little more water, as you want it to be the same consistency as your regular pancake batter. We find that we have to add an extra tablespoon of water to thin it out.
We decided to go with the blueberries this time, so, it’s time to hit the ingredients list! [Read more…] about How To Make Allergy-Free Pancakes Without Eggs And Milk – A Coolinar’s Guide