Happy Sunday lovelies! Yes, you’ve read correctly – it’s time for another collab! And not just with anyone, but with the ever so gorgeous and inspiring Jasper. Please promise me and yourself to check her blog and other part of the collab out – if not your seriously missing out on everything inspiring and creative. Now, we decided to do a “What I Eat In A Day As A Vegetarian” post. I’ve been wanting to share a post like this for ages, but just haven’t got around to actually doing it, until now. I’m super excited for you to read this. I hope it will give you a realisation of how amazing and not boring vegetarian food is. Scroll on bby!
So, in the life of being Karen, breakfast usually consist of yogurt with granola n’ berries. It’s quick & easy and tastes amazing. To go with that I more or less ALWAYS have some sort of hot drink – usually tea. However, recently I’ve started drinking matcha tea. It’s a really good start to the morning, because it is said to give you energy but also sort of cleanse your body. Basically everything we want, right? The reason why I wanted to try it out was because it’s said to help clearing out acne – which is something I’m getting quite desperate on (I’ll give you an update if it does help). To go with that I ALWAYS have a huge glass of water and sometimes a glass of juice – in this case it was carrot juice.
Lunch is without a doubt my favourite meal of the day. I don’t really know why, but that’s beside the point… So, welcome to a bit fancier (more Instagram appropriate) version of a ‘typical’ Danish lunch – Rugbrød (rye bread / dark bread). Since it’s a Danish word it’s hard to find an accurate translation, but rye bread will do for me. You could just use toast or an other type of bread – I mean it’s your lunch, soooo it’s all up to you. On top of my bread I’ve got spinach, pesto, mozzarella, avocado & cucumber. On the other one I’ve got spinach, mayo, an egg & some tomatoes. It was SUCH a delicious lunch – highly highly recommend you give it a go.
So, for dinner that day my mum and I decided to this really simple creamy pasta dish. It’s actually vegan… apart from the parmesan which I will not let go of (haha). It’s just pasta (duhh), peeled tomatoes, carrots, onions, portobello mushrooms & coconut milk – it has almost qualified itself to become a part of Jamie Olivers “5 ingredients” cookbook. It taste amazing and it’s so quick and easy to make – like literally everyone will master this.
So that’s all for today post. Thank you so much for reading and also thank you Jasper for wanting to do this collab. I hope you enjoyed this post if so let me know by giving it a like. Don’t forget to tell me in the comments:
What do you think of these dishes? Would you consider going vegetarian? What does your everyday meal plan look like?
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– Karen W. xx