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Cranberry Double Chocolate Quinoa Granola

Adapted from Vanillacrunnch ( I’ve added 2 more types of ingredients and I’ve highlighted the additions in blue:) INGREDIENTS 2 cups buckwheat (200gr) ¾ cup flaked coconut (30gr) ¼ cup gluten free oats (25gr) ¼ cup quinoa puffs 2 tbsp dried cranberries ¼ cup maple syrup (35gr) 3 tbsp coconut oil (25 gr) 2 tbsp cacao powder (25g) 1 oz dark chocolate with quinoa, chopped (30gr) ½ tsp vanilla extract a pinch of fine sea salt Let’s start: Preheat oven to 165°C / 325°F Mix all the dry ingredients together first. Add the remaining wet ingredients till fully combined. Line the baking try with parchment paper and lay the granola mixture over. I exert a little pressure to lightly pressed the mixture together so that it kind of sticks together. Lara from Vanillacrunnch recommended 12-15 mins and I baked it for 15 mins:) Remove from oven and let it cool completely as per recommendation and you can really get big clusters which is so yummy:)

Chocolate Protein Waffles

Chocolate Protein Waffles (silicon mould edition) Serving : 1 (produces 3 pcs x 12cm x 7.5cm size waffle) Prep time: 5mins ; Baking time: 18-20mins 1/2 cup of rolled oats  ( I used wholegrain rolled oats) 1 tbsp almond milk 3 flax egg or egg white for non-vegans 1 1/2 tbsp of protein powder 1 tbsp melted vegan Chocolate 1 banana 1/2 tsp baking powder   Berry nice cream 1/2 cup frozen berries 1 frozen banana (sliced before freezing) 1 tsp almond milk Let’s start: Preheat oven to 200°C / 400°F Spray some coconut oil on the silicon mould. For the berry nice cream, just blend till its of a smooth consistency. I added a splash of almond milk to make it more runny and smooth. In a blender, pour the rolled oats and blend till it become like a flour texture. Add the remaining ingredients in and blend till everything is fully combined. Do not over “blend” the mixture. Pour the mixture into a silicon waffle mould and baked it for 16-18mins. Remove the waffle from …

Creamy double matcha oats

Creamy Matcha Oats Serving : 1 Prep time: 5mins ; cooking time: 10mins 1/2 cup of rolled oats 1/2 cup almond milk 1/2 cup of water 1 tbsp of matcha powder ( I’ve only added 1/2 tbsp but you should go ahead and add 1 tbsp to make the mixture more green! I’m gonna do that the next time round:)) 1 tbsp of coconut oil 1/2 tbsp coconut sugar 1 tsp chia seeds   Matcha nice cream 1 frozen banana (sliced before freezing it) 1 tsp matcha powder 1 tsp almond milk   Let’s start: For the matcha nice cream, just blend till its of a smooth consistency. I added a splash of almond milk to make it more runny and smooth. In a separate pot, pour all the ingredients for the oats and start stirring the mixture over medium high heat. Keep stirring until the mixture gets thicken or the texture that you like your oatmeal to be in. The longer you cook, the thicker the mixture gets. Normally I will keep stirring until the oatmeal starts …

New Year , New Resolution

 My 2017 New Year Resolution: The Importance of Health & fitness Self-development It’s been 7 weeks since I’ve decided to work on my 2017’s New year Resolution for real. #fitnessgoals – Getting serious about my goals and working hard on it. I got back on my BBG with Kayla , and my healthy lifestyle. I cut down on my dairy intake, taking in loads of whole foods , drinking adequate amount of water and maintaining a fitness lifestyle. I was eating healthily back then but everything was just not working in my favour. It was the incorporation of fitness (BBG) that helps to enhance my lifestyle. (Thank you so much Kayla – I’m seeing a significant improvement on my face, body and overall wellness) After all these years of experiencing several fad diets, I realise the importance of sustainability and striking a balance bewteen health and wellness, instead of embracing crash-diets for that short-lived happiness (esp after you noticed a significant drop in your weight😏). You know you will gain everything back after a few food …


This blog titled “allthatiam” speaks for itself that it will be about every nitty-gritty things in my world and lifestyle. It ranges from DIY posts to healthy food recipes and fashion. It’s a blog but instead of calling this my blog, i would say that this is a creative approach of documenting my life journey. I’ve been wanting to blog posts and has been procrastinating for the longest time ever. So, here I am, setting my goals and making sure that I’m doing what I’ve always wanted. Let’s kick-start the journey:) *Seriously this customizing of web is driving me crazy. I know it’s much easier now but still x drelim