The best sandwich in the world

Hungry but in a hurry? No problem. This dish is one of my favourites when it comes to quick and healthy lunch ideas.

Best sandwich in the world

for two sandwiches

– 4 slices whole-grain toast
– humus
– spinach or field salat
– cheese
– 2 egg yolks
– balsamico vinegar
– olive oil

Cut a hole in two of the four slices. Toast the other two slices and spread the humus on the crispy bread, then the spinach, cheese and a shot of balsamico vinegar. You can also season it by adding basil or any other spice you like. In a frying pan put some olive oil together with the perforated slices. When achieved the right temperature take the egg yolks and fill it in the holes of the bread. Fry it from both sides until it seems to be cooked.


Riesen Hunger aber in Eile? Kein Problem. Dieses Rezept ist eines meiner Favoriten wenn es um schnelle und gesunde Speisen geht.

Das beste Sandwich der Welt

für zwei Toasts

– 4 Scheiben Vollkorntoast
– Humus
– Spinat oder Vogerlsalat
– Käse
– 2 Eigelb
– Balsamicoessig (dickflüssig)
– Olivenöl

Schneide jeweils ein Loch in die Oberseiten der Toasts. Die anderen beiden Seite werden in einem Toaster knusprig getoastet. Streiche danach den Humus auf die getoasteten Unterseiten und füge den Spinat, Käse und einen Schuss Balsamicodressing hinzu. Je nach Geschmack kann man noch Gewürze wie Basilikum etc. ergänzen. Gib etwas Olivenöl in eine beschichtete Pfanne und brate die durchlöcherten Scheiben kurz darin. Wenn die richtige Temperatur erreicht ist, fülle die beiden Eigelb in die zuvor geschnittenen Löcher. Brate es von beiden Seite bis die Eier durch sind (in der Mitte sind sie dennoch weich).

Dinner for one

Hey my lovely readers,
due to the fact that many of you requested me to write in german, I’m starting to write in both languages 🙂

When it comes to dinner recipes I used to be very helpless. Though I knew that I should avoid (simple) carbohydrates as much as possible. The reason for this is not only because carbohydrates on the evening can effect your weight-/ fatloss, but also because I realized that it upsets my digestion.
So I’m constantly in search of balanced and nutrient-rich recipes, which I can eat unproblematic in the evening.
Here is one of these:

Kidney-bean patties with spiced ovenbaked pumpkin

~ 1-2 persons

for the patties:
– 250g kidney beans
– 2-3 tablespoons oats
– 1 small teaspoons mustard
– 1 small onion
– 1 garlic
– 1-2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
– 1-2 chopped dried tomatoes
– salt, pepper
– chopped basil
– 1 tablespoon pine nuts or sunflower seeds
– olive oil
– flour if needed

for the ovenbaked pumkin:
– 1 small or 1/2 of a big pumpkin
– salt, pepper
– rosmary, thyme
– olive oil

Cut the pumpkin in stripes. In a bowl mix it with the spices and some olive oil and bake it for 20 minutes at about 200°C.
Wash and dry the kidney beans and crush them with your hands so that you have a muddy dough. Chop onion, garlic and pine nuts and combine it with the beans. Now put all the other ingredients together and give it a good mix. If you want, you can also put it in a mixer to have it even smoother.

Add some olive oil into a frying pan and form small patties out of your dough. Now fry them in the pan for about 4-5 minutes each.


Hallo ihr lieben,

wie oben schon erwähnt, werde ich ab sofort meine Posts auf beiden Sprachen veröffentlichen so dass es keine Übersetzungsschwierigkeiten gibt.

Wenn es zum Thema “Abendessen” kommt, war ich bis jetzt immer ziemlich ratlos. Ich wusste zwar, dass man am Abend (einfache) Kohlenhydrate so gut wie möglich vermeiden sollte, aber wirkliche leckere Rezeptideen hatte ich nicht. Der Grund warum ich kohlenhydratreiche Nahrungsmittel am Abend vermeiden möchte, ist nicht nur weil es negative Auswirkungen auf deinen Trainingseffekt haben kann, sondern auch weil es sich problematisch auf meine Verdauung auswirkte.

Somit bin ich regelmäßig auf der Suche nach ausgewogenen und nährstoffreichen Rezepten, die man auch unbedenklich am Abend verschlingen kann.

Eins davon möchte ich euch heute vorstellen:

Kidneybohnenlaibchen mit würzigem Ofenkürbis


für die Laibchen:
– 250g Kidneybohnen
– 2 Esslöffel Haferflocken
– 1-2 Esslöffel Hefeflocken
– 1-2 zerkleinerte getrocknete Tomaten
– 1 kleiner Teelöffel Senf
– 1 kleine Zwiebel
– 1 Knoblauchzehe
– Salz und Pfeffer
– gehacktes Basilikum
– 1 Esslöffel Pinienkerne oder Sonnenblumenkerne
– Olivenöl
– Mehl (wenn der Teig nicht fest genug ist)

für den ofengeschmorten Kürbis:
– 1 kleiner Kürbis oder 1/2 großer Kürbis
– Salz und Pfeffer
– Rosmarin und Thymian
– Olivenöl

Den Kürbis in schmale Streifen schneiden und zusammen mit den Gewürzen und dem Olivenöl in einer Schüssel gut vermengen. Backe den Kürbis bei 200°C für ca. 20 min (Umluft).
Wasche und trockne die Kidneybohnen und zerstampfe sie mit der Hand bis es eine matschige Masse ergibt. Zerkleinere Zwiebel, Knoblauch und Pinienkerne und verbinde es mit den Kidneybohnen zu einem Teig. Füge die restlichen Zutaten hinzu und verknete es gut. Wenn erwünscht, kann man auch einen Mixer dafür verwenden. Den Teig zu Laibchen formen und mit etwas Olivenöl in einer beschichtete Pfanne ca. 4-5 Minuten anbraten.

Pink Breakie

pink breakieYeeeey… another breakfast recipe coming up 🙂

In this case it’s going to be very pink, but definitely delicious!

It’s very similar to one of my previous breakfast posts, but the difference is: You can prepare it the evening before and only have to top it with your favourite fruits in the morning and: FINISHED!

Pink overnight oats:


– 1 cup oats
– 2 tablespoons chia seeds
– honey
– almond milk
– yoghurt (you can also use soy yoghurt)
– strawberries
– banana
– raspberries
– blueberries
– vanilla
– almonds
– sugarfree (!) amaranth crunchies


One day before:
In a bowl add yoghurt, a shot of almond milk and the strawberries. Purèe until the strawberries are smooth and you have a good consistency of your strawberry yoghurt.
Add the oats, chia seeds, honey, vanilla and mix it with the strawberry yoghurt. Store it in the fridge or on a cool place.

In the morning:
Take your bowl out of the fridge and top it with banana, raspberries, blueberries, almonds and amaranth crunchies and enjoy!

Quick & easy

I just wanted to make a very short post about my favourite recipe when I don’t have that much time for creating anything special in the kitchen…

This is also appropriate if you are on a tiny budget and cannot afford any “extraordinary” food.

Quinoa with vegetables and feta (optional)

~ 2 persons


– 150g quinoa
– onion, garlic
– olive oil
– sunflower seeds
– vegetables: you can choose any vegetables you like e.g. zucchini, broccoli, bell pepper, carrots and peas
– feta
– salt, pepper, basil, rosemary, thyme


Cook the quinoa about 20 min. or according to the packing instructions. Cut your onion and garlic in small pieces. Then roast the onions, garlic and sunflower seeds in a non-stick pan together with olive oil. In the next step you add the vegetables and your quinoa with a bit of water so that it becomes not too dry. Let it roast a little bit and season it with salt, pepper, basil, rosemary and thyme (be careful with tyhme because it can affect the taste very much) and other spices you like e.g. cumin.

I topped it with feta and some white sesame.




Today I want to share with you my favourite recipe for delicious, vegan and sugarfree muffins 🙂

Blueberry-Banana Muffins

~ 12 muffins


– 200g dates (I use ‘soft dates’ from Lihn)
– 400 ml water
– 100ml oil  (sunflower oil)
– 1 tblsp almond mush (‘weißes Mandelmus’)
– 250g whole-grain spelt flour
– 1 tblsp baking powder
– 1 tblsp rice flour
– 2 chopped bananes, handfull of blueberries
– cinnamon, vanilla powder
– any topping of your choice (cacao nibs, nuts, seeds, granola etc.)


In a bowl add dates, water, oil and the almond mush and mix it with a immersion blender (‘Pürierstab’) until the dates are fully reduced to small pieces. Then add all the other ingredients and give it a good mix. Taste if you need more of the spices and then fill it into muffin cake pans.

I also added some granola, but you could also top it with cacao nibs, nuts, seeds etc.

Lush your life

This is going to be my first post about fashion… but mhmm actually you can also classify it to the health topic. However, my alltime favourite products for skin care and hygiene in general are produced by the company LUSH. All of the products are handmade, organic, produced without animal testing and most of them are also vegan. Aaaaand they smell AMAZING and helped me a lot with my extremely dry skin during the cold months.

Due to the fact that I have the best friends in the world (yes, I hope my girls are reading this as well – I love you) and of course the most amazing boyfriend (I usually force him to read my posts so I guess he will be reading this too – I love you), I got a lot of new stuff on my birthday last month.

I admit that the stores smell a little…. intense, but all of the stuff is made out of natural products. They do not include any artificial additions except preservatives for longer defensibility.

If you are interested in this products and want to try it, I recommend buying the body cream: Sympathy for the skin. You will love it! It smells of banana, vanilla and cacao butter… extremely delicious.

Apart from that I want to share with you my everyday face care routine:

Step 1: Make up remover from Clinique

Step 2: from 9 to 5 (cleanser – Reinigungsmilch)

Step 3: Angels on bare skin (Peeling) – every second day, depends on your skin

Step 4: Breath of fresh air (facial toner – Gesichtswasser)

Step 5: Celestial  (moisturiser – Gesichtscreme)

I know that those products are more expensive than others, but my motto is….

“Your body will be around a lot longer than that expensive handbag. Invest in YOURSELF!”

P.S: this does not mean we shouldn’t treat ourself with handbags, but let us say that there should be a balance 😛


I love smoothies! 

Nowadays smoothies are literally on everyone’s lips. Why? Because they are super duper healthy, quick to make and combine different fruits and greens in one jar. There is a wide range of smoothies… for example Green Smoothies, Fruit Smoothies, Yoghurt Smoothies….

I want to share with you my favourite recipe for a Green Smoothie with some extra power in the form of “Spirulina“.

This microalgue counts (as well as chia seeds) as a “Superfood”. Spirulina contains about 60% of protein and many important minerals. In comparison with chia seeds they have a specific taste and can also change the color. For this reason I only take a very little amount and add lemon juice to minimalize the taste of its own.

I often drink it after my workout because like I said before it contains a lot of proteins so it serves as a kind of “natural protein shake” ;).

Green power Smoothie

  • Spinach or corn salad (‘Vogerlsalat’)
  • frozen banana (this will make the smoothie more creamy, you can also take normal bananas)
  • kiwi
  • mango
  • lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon Spirulina (less or more – depends on how you “like” the taste)

Mix everything in a high speed blender and enjoy! 

You may ask how much you should put in…. I really cannot say this exactly, because I take what I have and it depends on how much of the juice you want to make. Just take the amount you want and if you like it sweeter or more green than just add what you need.

I use the organic spirulina powder from “vegalife superfoods”, which I got at a local vegan supermarket in my city (Vienna). I am sure you can purchase it from the internet or in your health food store. It is quite expensive (I think I paid a bit less than 20€ for 200g), but you do not take very much of it so you’ll have it for a long time. 

Have a nice evening guys 🙂