It was my husband’s birthday a couple of days back and to celebrate it I made an amazingly fudgy and rich, chocolatey no-bake cake 🙂 This yummy cake goes well with either some indian chai or if you are a coffee lover like me, have it with some home made almond milk cappuccino. Or well, just … More No-Bake Sweet Potato Chocolate Cake
A little fudgy and some crunchy at the same time…You have to try these healthy raw vegan, sweet yogi snacks 🙂 The first time I made these “Almond butter & Date Burritos” was in Mysore when I spent a month practicing ashtanga at the KPJAYI with Sharath. I was also 6 months pregnant back then and … More Raw Vegan Date Kale Wraps
My daughter turned 2 months yesterday. It was a moment of realisation, just watching her, in my arms, and listening to her sleep. Would she too, one day, pack her bag and follow her heart to a far away land, somewhere on the other side of the world? If she is anything like me, she … More For the Wild Hearts
Wow, my first attempt for these cute raw cakes, can;t wait to make more different styles of raw desserts! These are sugar free, all vegan and all raw yumminess. AND a good source of antioxidants and nutritional goodness of chia and cacao ❤ What you need is Base: 1 cup big & soft dates, pitted … More Raw Vegan Chocolate & Chia Cakes with Cashew Frosting
I’m so thankful I have had the chance to maintain my ashtanga yoga practice throughout my pregnancy. Sun Salutations and a modified practice are the most lovely and refreshing start for the day even now, at 36 weeks, when I feel like a mama hippo with our 2.5 kg baby in the belly 😀
We might not have much snow or a traditional tree with decorations, but we just made these cute little gingerbread cookie stars today morning and they taste just like Christmas! These cookies have the taste of my childhood, but they are a healthier option. Sweet without sugar, easy to make, no baking involved and completely … More Raw vegan gingerbread cookies for Christmas!
Being 23 weeks pregnant I can say that the second trimester really does fit into it’s “feel-good-trimester” description. I have much more energy in general than during the first three months, it’s easier to get up for yoga and my mood is much more cheerful. Still, growing a new life inside has my body adjusting … More Healthy morning routine and ashtanga practice during second trimester
Exhausted and out of breath. Knees wobbling to the opposite directions you tell them to. Climbing the Everest. That’s how it felt to finish just one sun salutation every now and then. And if that wasn’t hard enough to digest for an active run-all-day-around-and-upside-down-kind of a person like me, there was also that snap mood … More Ashtanga and the first trimester of my pregnancy
Since I became pregnant I have been learning and experimenting with a lot of both cooked vegetarian and raw vegan food to make sure both me and the baby have a balanced and healthy diet. By eating healthy food I am making sure that both mine and the baby’s dietary needs are well met, but every now and … More Pineapple avocado smoothie and raw vegan brownies to die for!
That afternoon as I rolled out my mat, for the first time in two years of my ashtanga practice I placed a water bottle next to me. Make sure you stay well hydrated. No jump backs or deep twisting. Take it easy with extra breaths if you need to. By the time I reached trikonasana, I looked at my … More Of ashtanga, pregnancy and letting go