Who doesn’t love donuts?! Kids, adults… everybody craves them! And what if we made them healthy? Our dough is made of nutritious ingredients, and we can’t wait for you to try them!! Just remember, that balance is the key for a healthy diet, so like Gigi Hadid once said, to “remain sane” just enjoy your favorite comfort food as well!! Continue reading
Did you know that, beside their delicious flavor, mushrooms have great nutritional values? They are rich in minerals, like potassium, phosphorus, copper and selenium and in vitamins! In fact, they contain vitamin B3, which contributes to the good functioning of the nervous system and to a proper oxygenation of blood, and vitamin B2, essential for the production of red blood cells for the metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. For all of the above, mushrooms have been considered as a real natural antibiotic, with the power to strengthen our immune system. Discover with us this delicious appetizer ! Continue reading
In honor of the country that today we call “home”, we decided to revisit one of the most delicious American desserts: the New York Cheesecake. Discover with us this delicious, yet very healthy recipe… Continue reading
Homemade pasta with cauliflower, pine nuts & toasted whole grain bread crumbs, Pasta cui vroccoli arriminati (in sicilian dialect) is a very traditional seasonal winter dish. Continue reading
Avocado is an incredibly nutritious fruit, and we love incorporating it in our recipes. It’s loaded with Heart-Healthy monounsaturated fatty acids that has been linked to reducing inflammation and been shown to have beneficial effects on genes linked to cancer; it’s loaded with fiber and rich in vitamins!!
A healthy and delicious version of homemade gnocchi. Continue reading
Pan D’Arancio, the Italian name of the orange pound cake, is a very traditional cake from Italy. It’s great for an afternoon tea or for a healthy yet nutritious breakfast. We decided to revisit this classic recipe, as it is one of our favorite dessert. Read More/Continua a Leggere…
The origins of the ravioli are not straight forward. One of the most reliable hypothesis is that Raviolo was conceived in Gavi Ligure, in the Italian Region of Liguria during the era of the ” Republic of Genoa “. The first chef of this republic, was named “Ravioli ” , which is still today a common nickname of families that live in the area . Today we will present to you a revised recipe, a lighter version without ever loosing its deliciousness. We replaced white refined flour with white whole wheat flour that does not particularly change the taste , but makes it more easy to digest. For the filling we used a lean ricotta cheese. We are always really careful when we buy low fat/non fat products by reading with care the list of cheese ingredients and choose a quality with no added sugar . Well… Enjoy your meal! Continue reading