#365BeautifulThings: #40 When In Doubt, Just Eat Omlet 🍳


In an optimistic attempt to acknowledge the beauty we miss, I’ll be posting something beautiful everyday for the next 356 days. Some will be new shots, others old and revived.

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#365BeautifulThings: #33 Beautiful Breakfast 🥣


In an optimistic attempt to acknowledge the beauty we miss, I’ll be posting something beautiful everyday for the next 356 days. Some will be new shots, others old and revived.

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#365BeautifulThings: #22 Going Nuts 🌰


In an optimistic attempt to acknowledge the beauty we miss, I’ll be posting something beautiful everyday for the next 356 days. Some will be new shots, others old and revived.

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#365BeautifulThings: #16 Lunch Break 🥗


In an optimistic attempt to acknowledge the beauty we miss, I’ll be posting something beautiful everyday for the next 356 days. Some will be new shots, others old and revived.


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iCook: (4) Improvising protein bars..


I was bored and hungry, and too lazy to dig the internet for a good protein bar recipe that I have all its ingredients, so I set my cooking instinct free. And it didn’t let me down! 😉

They don’t look beautiful, but they taste yummy! 😀

Chocolate granola protein bar*:

 Ingredients:

– 2 medium cups sugar-free musli.

– 3 egg whites.

– 3 tbsp. home-made almond butter (pure almond).

– 2 servings of your protein powder.

– 1 tsp. baking powder.

– 1 ordinary low fat yogurt (Greek would be better, but I had none).

– 16 pieces of galaxy milk chocolate (like 3 ordinary bars or one big bar)… You can use dark chocolate of course, but I can’t resist galaxy’s taste).

Mix all ingredients except chocolate. Spread on a tray. Cook in 180ْ C for 20-30 minutes. Then melt the chocolate and spread it over. Cool down, then enjoy!

*Makes around 12 bars. I think it has like 8 grams protein or maybe more. You can use my fitness pal to accurately calculate.

iCook: (1) No cheese cheesecake!


It’s been a while since I last showed up! Things are pretty messed up; there’re classes as usual,  a swelling photography mania, plus the recent obsession with getting in shape! So I’ve been working out, watching my calories and digging the internet for healthy recipes.

Now who said a cheesecake can’t be healthy?? All you need is to eliminate butter, cream, biscuits, cheese and… o’ oh! Don’t worry I figured it out! I combined two recipes I found on the internet and here’s the result!

Yogurt and oats cheesecake!

Yogurt and oats cheesecake (Serves 6-8 people)!

  • Ingredients:

– 1 cup ground oats.

– 2-3 egg whites.

– 1 tbsp. honey.

– 2 packs plain yogurt (the lower in fat the better).

– 2 cups milk powder.

– 1 cup sugar or any sweetener.

– Strawberry jam for the topping (or whatever you want).

  • Preparation:

For the base: Roast the oats in a pan until golden, then mix with egg whites and honey, and spread in the bottom of whatever you’ll bake in.

The fillingMix the milk, yogurt and sugar then blend together until smooth. Pour over the base.

– Bake in 160-180ْْ C until it starts to thicken or gets a golden-ish tinge.

– Cool down in the fridge.

The topping: Add 1 tsp. strawberry jam to each serving and bon appétit!