MARTA MAKES LOADED SWEET POTATO FRIES. DOES NOT EAT THEM.

I have been wanting to make loaded sweet potato fries for weeks. I found no time to make loaded sweet potato fries. Crafternoon with girls was coming, I figured instead of crafting I will make loaded sweet potato fries. 

I make loaded sweet potato fries. I take a picture of them for this blog. I let girls take pictures of loaded sweet potato fries. I take another one or two for my IG stories. I put loaded sweet potato fries on the table. I pick a photo for my IG story. I pick a filter. I post the picture in a story. I want to eat loaded sweet potato fries. I put my hand towards the bowl. There are NO LOADED SWEET POTATO FRIES! There are 3 pomegranate seeds and a leaf of coriander. Sneaky bitches ate the fries first and posted their pictures later. FML. 

*Although I cannot guarantee first hand that the fries were tasty, looking at the time in which they disappeared and my friends' instagram posts, they were fucking heaven. 

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YOU WILL NEED (makes 2 portions if you eat it as a meal or a nice snack for 4-5): 
5 sweet potatoes
1/2 avocado, sliced
100 g feta cheese
2 tablespoons pomegranate seeds
1/2 lime, into wedges  
fresh coriander
olive oil
salt and pepper

TO MAKE: 
Preheat the oven to 200ΒΊC. Peel the sweet potatoes and cut each sweet potato into fries. Put in a bowl, season with salt and pepper and drizzle with 3 tablespoon of olive oil. Toss everything together to coat. Spread out into a single layer in a large baking tray (use two trays if necessary, when your sweet potato fries are too crowded, they will not become crunchy). Bake for 35 to 40 minutes, or until golden and cooked through. 

Put the sweet potato fries in a bowl. Crumble feta cheese over it. Put the slices of avocado and the lime wedges on the cheese. Finish off with pomegranate seeds and coriander. EAT AND BE QUICK! 

MARTA MAKES A GALAXY SMOOTHIE BOWL.


I know some of you think hipster food ruins the world. Well, here I am. On a Friday morning, ruining it a little more for you. But then again, does it really count? Since my galaxy bowl is SO OUT OF THIS WORLD (no, no it's not, I just couldn't stop myself from saying it, I did try though).  Here is how you make it. 

Purple smoothie: 
125 g yogurt
100 g frozen blueberries
1/2 frozen banana (freeze your banana cut into pieces)

Pink smoothie: 
125 g yogurt
1 beet (cooked and peeled)
1 frozen banana (freeze your banana cut into pieces)
1 tablespoon maple syrup 

Toppings: 
blueberries
hemp seeds
edible flowers (dried) 
chocolate 

Combine all ingredients for the purple smoothie in a blender and puree until completely smooth. Do the same with the pink smoothie ingredients. 

Transfer the mixtures into a bowl, give it a nice swirl and add toppings. EAAAAT! 

MARTA MAKES AVOCADO & HALLOUMI TOAST.

I eat most things in moderation. Most things do not include avocado. This toast is heaven. It does not even require a recipe. But I will spell it out for you. Buy bread, avocado and halloumi. Buy olive oil and pepper if you are the kind of a person who does not have olive oil and pepper. 

Bake halloumi on a pan with a bit of olive oil until it's golden and crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Toast your bread. Slice the avocado flesh. `Put it on your toast. Put halloumi on your toast. Sprinkle with olive oil and season with pepper. 

That's it. 

Peace, love and avocado. 

Marta