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Susanna Backman  🍦 co-founder @add.icecream 💪Online coach: www.iformonline.se 🍓Blog: www.tasty-health.se Tasty Health App

Taco monday! Salmon tacos with mango salsa and lime dressing for dinner tonight😋 For these I used my favorite seasoning from @santamariasverige (not sponsored, just love this seasoning!🙌). If you don’t have it, marinate the salmon in japanese soy sauce, wasabi (be careful with the amount!!), lime juice and sesame seeds. For approx 4 servings:

500 g lax (preferably fresh salmon)
Wasabi sesame Spice (@santamariasverige)

1 mango
20 cherry tomatoes
1 small red onion
1 avocado
Optional: koriander/cilantro

Lime dressing:
150 g (1/2 cup) greek yogurt or quark
Zest from 1/2 lime
1-2 tbsp limejuice
chili flakes
a pinch of sweetener
salt and pepper

Tortilla of choice
Matché salad/greens

1. Cut the salmon into cubes, season and set aside.
2. Chop all ingredients for the salsa and place in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper.
3. Cook the salmon in a pan until cooked through.
4. Mix all ingredients for the dressing and season after taste.

Assemble the tacos and dig in!😃

Getting ready for friday evening like...🤩🙌
What are your favorite healthy snacks in front of a movie or Netflix?

@snackbrossweden #snackbros#healthysnacks#snacks#vegan#glutenfree#curls#organic

Here’s little #throwback to a post I made in 2015🤩.
This is one of my favorite ”lower carb” meals and this "risotto" is amazing!!!
I used nutritional yeast (b-jäst is the Swedish name for it, or ”näringsjäst”) in this recipe, have you guys tried it? It has a nutty, cheezy flavor and is high in protein and vitamin B, low in sodium, gluten and dairy free. Perfect as a substitute for cheese or if you just want to try something different😃. You can use regular cheese of course! ▶️▶️Cauliflower risotto, 1 serving:
🔹200 g raw cauliflower (about 1.5 cup cauliflower rice)
🔹1/4 red pepper
🔹1/3 cup shelled edamame
🔹1/2 clove of garlic
🔹1/5 cup chopped leeks (or onion)
🔹1 tsp concentraded vegetable stock
🔹1/3 cup white cooking wine
🔹20g (about 2 tbsp) nutritional yeast (or shredded parmesan cheese)
🔹salt and pepper ▶️▶️Pulse cauliflower in a food processor until you get "rice". Chop the veggies and sautée garlic, leeks and cauliflower in a pan. Add the test of the veggies and the wine. Let simmer until the wine starts to reduce. Add nutritional yeast or parmesan, season. Voilà!! Serve with chicken, salmon (my fav!!) or steak....or a vegetarian/vegan option😃 ✔️Macros: 186 cal, 21 g carbs (9g fiber), 17g protein, 3 g fat


All about them protein pancakes today😋.
These turned out so great! I made 4 servings (saving some for this week, perfect for breakfast or afternoon snack) but recipe below is for 1 (about 3-4 small pancakes).

💟 For 3-4 small pancakes
1 egg
1 egg white
1/2 cup/1,25 dl oats
1 tbsp coconut flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 medium ripe banana
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
1 scoop vanilla whey
1/4 cup/0,5 dl water or milk
Sweetener of choice

ℹ️Mix all ingrediens in a blender or with a handblender. Drop two heaping spoonfuns of batter in a pan (use coconut oil) and cook for 1 min each side. Don't overcook, they will get dry!!
💟I topped the pancakes with greek yoghurt mixed cottage cheese and vanilla extract + sweetener and almond butter💁🏼‍♀️.

Have an awesome saturday!❤️

Looking to the weekend like....🤩 I’m about to renovate my apartment starting next week so this weekend is all about cleaning and getting rid of all the crap and unnecessary things I seem to have stowed away in cupbords and boxes over the years😝. Maybe it’s time to clean out the freezer as well?! You have no idea how much protein muffins and cakes I have there! 😄Anyone wanna come over for a protein pastry party?😍

It's a rainy day in Stockholm🍁🍂☔️ and I just got in from a walk with Freja. Luckily she doesn't like the rain either so I didn't have to walk very long 😄.
Just about to start creating a couple of new recipes for you guys but first, I had to make one of my favorite snacks right now, my "3 minute lemon blueberry cake". Recipe is back in my feed but here you go again if you don't feel like scrolling down: •

✨3 minute Lemon blueberry cake✨
For 1 cake, 8 squares:
🔹2/3 cup (65g) oats, turned into flour
🔹2 heaping scoops (50g) vanilla whey
🔹1 tsp psyllium husk
🔹2 tbsp unsweetened applesauce
🔹1/4 cup (50g) greek yogurt
🔹1 egg
🔹2 egg whites (1/3 cup liquid egg whites)
🔹1/2 tsp vanilla extract
🔹zest from 1/2 lemon
🔹1 tsp baking powder
🔹1/2 tbsp granulated stevia
🔹2/3 cup (100g) blueberries ▶️▶️Mix all ingredients except blueberries with a handmixer or in a blender until you get a smooth thick batter. Gently fold the blueberries into the batter. Pour batter into either a large plastic container or microwave safe dish (about 7x5 inches, grease with coconut oil) and cook in the microwave for about 3-5 min. Keep an eye on the cake, you don't want to overcook it as it will become rubbery and dry. You can also bake it in the oven at 350F/175C for 15-20 min.
▶️▶️Vanilla drizzle: 1/4 cup greek yogurt, 2 tbsp low fat cream cheese, 1-2 tsp granulated stevia, 1/2 tsp vanilla extract, 2-3 tbsp almond milk.
**If you don't like to use the microwave you can bake it in the oven...it just takes longer to cook it. If you use the microwave, keep an eye on the cake as it becomes dry and rubbery if you cook it too long •

✔️Macros per slice (without drizzle): 77 cal, 8.4 g protein, 7.4 g carbs, 1.7 g fat

Never ending swedish summer evenings😍
Swedish crayfish party is about to go down!! I’m not a big fan of crayfish though, I’m sticking to the condiments and bbq🙈😁
Are you a crayfish fan?🦐


@barebells is Swedens most popular protein bar and they just launched a new flavor: Hazelnut & nougat😍
Seriously, this is the best bar I have ever tried and I have tried A LOT of protein bars in my life😄.

Now you have the chance to try it!! 3 winners will get 3 boxes each of the new flavour😍😍. This is what you have to do:
1. Follow @tastyhealth & @barebells
2. Describe your feelings about this bar with 5 emojis and tag 3 friends that you think should participate.
3. You can participate as many times as you want😄
4. The competition ends on sunday september 9 and I will announce the winners on monday the 10th in my story.


Breakfast is and will always be my favorite meal of the day😍. Especially weekend breakfasts🤤🙌

I wanna know more about you guys: what do you usually eat for breakfast on a weekday?
Right now I’m a sucker for cottage cheese mixed with greek yogurt topped with banana, berries, pomegranate seeds and almonds👌Or oatmeal...can never get tired of oatmeal!

Best post workout meal ever😍, who needs protein shakes when you can have protein muffins?!💁 This is an old recipe that I added a twist to and I made these last night....they always come out great! Moist, dense and very chocolaty 👌 •

🍌🍫Banana Chocolate chip nutella protein muffins🍌🍫
8 muffins

1 cup/2,5 dl (85g) oats
2 LARGE ripe bananas
1 tsp baking powder
1 tbsp granulated sweetener
2 tsp cacao
1 cup (100g) chocolate whey protein powder (I used @tyngre)
1 tbsp hazelnut butter
1,5 tbsp @barebells Hazelnut cream (or more nut butter)
3 squares sugarfree dark chocolate

ℹMix all ingredients except the chocolate squares with a hand blender/in a blender until smooth. Add a few drops of water if the batter is too thick, but it should be very dense and thick. Chop chocolate and add to the batter. Pour into muffin tins (preferably silicone) and bake in the oven for 12-14 min at 350F/175C. Make sure you don't bake them too long, they will be dry and tasteless. I usually take them out after 9-10 min.

✔️Macros for 1 muffin: 150 cal, 15 g protein, 12.5 g carbs, 4.6 g fat

#proteinmuffins #proteinbaking #fitfood#healthysnack#muffin#healthy#fitfam #healthyeating#macros#iifym#iifymrecipes #nutella#barebells#tyngre

Weekend means more time to prepare and eat breakfast😁👌. I love this bread!! It’s so easy to make! You literally just mix the ingredients and pour them into a loaf pan . You can definately freeze the slices you don't eat but mine didn't make it to the freezer, just had the last slice 🙊.

Oat & carrot bread
1 loaf, approx 15 slices

1 cup/2,5 dl (80g) oats
1/2 cup/1,25 dl (45) oatflour (mix oats in a food processor)
1 cup/2,5 dl (90g) almond flour
2,5 scoops (60 g) whey (Vanilla for a sweeter bread and unflavored for a ”traditional” bread)
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
150 g quark/greek yougurt
3 egg whites
50 g shredded carrot

1. Pre heat over to 350F/175 C.
2. Put all ingredients in a bowl and mix until combined. The batter should be sticky.
3. Grease a loaf pan (mine is approx 25x10 cm) with coconut oil/butter and pour the batter into the pan. Top with oats. I recommend to also put parchment in the pan to prevent the bread from sticking to the edges. Bake for 25-30 min. Take out and place the loaf on a wire rack. Let cool completely before slicing the bread.

Macros per slice:
86 cal, 6.5 g k, 5.4 g p, 3.8 g fat


She somehow manages to sneak into all my pictures 😄🐶.
That’s not the point of this picture though, the point is to let you know that I made these crazy good ”Nutella Chocolate chip protein muffins” last night and the recipe will be up this weekend😘

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