Quinoa and cashew mousse breakfast bowl by Loounie

Leader of the plant-based movement for years, Caroline Huard has become a reference for flexitarians, vegans and vegans-to-be. Better known as Loounie, this former occupational therapist is an Instagram sensation where she shares yummy recipes and lifestyle tips with her loyal community.

Recently, she was invited to become a regular panellist for Radio-Canada’s radio program Bien entendu. We’re so privileged that she accepted to create exclusive recipes with our almond milk and/or cashew milk 😍

Without further ado, bon appétit!

Quinoa and cashew mousse breakfast bowl

In the morning, I don’t have time to take my time. And, personally, unless there’s a heatwave, I prefer starting my days with a warm and comforting meal… even during summer! Here’s an easy recipe that you can prepare in advance and put together in a few minutes in the morning.

Ingredients (for 1-2 bowls, depending on your hunger!)

–        1 cup of cooked quinoa;
–        ½ to 1 cup of fresh fruits, cut;
–        ¼ cup of grains or nuts of your choice;
–        1 cup of Dose cashew milk;
–        1 tablespoon of maple syrup;
–        ½ teaspoon of cinnamon;
–        1 pinch of salt.

In a bowl, place cooked quinoa and garnish with fruits and nuts or grains. Set aside.

In a pot, pour the cashew milk and maple syrup. Add cinnamon and salt, then mix with a whisk. Heat over low heat, stirring occasionally, until the mixture becomes hot and nicely whipped. (For this part, you can use a milk frother: it’ll be easier and faster!)

Pour the hot mixture on quinoa. Serve immediately.

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Whether it’s for health purposes or environmental concerns, more and more people – vegans, vegetarians or simply flexitarians – are replacing cow’s milk with: soy milk, nut milk, coconut milk, oat milk, legume milk, etc. 

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Juice cleanse is a detoxifying process that is characterized by drinking fruit and vegetable juices during a certain amount of time (that can go from several days to several weeks). It is beneficial for the entire body, most particularly the immune and digestive system, as it gives it a rest and removes toxins, as well as for the skin and even the mood.

But one does not simply jump in the Juice Cleanse world without being prepared.

Here’s what you need to know if you want to do a cleanse and really enjoy its effects 😊


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Time to find your juicer and treat yourself with something fresh and full of vitamins!

If you’re passionate and patient, you’ll love to create your own juices. However, we made a list of the most common mistakes to avoid when you’ll juice your own nectars.

1. Not washing your fruits and veggies

Yum! germs and pesticides in your juice… We don’t want that. To prevent that, the rule is simple: thoroughly wash the fruits and veggies! Choose fresh, organic, local and seasonal products that you love. This way, you also help an agriculture that is more environmentally friendly. If you don’t use organic, peel the fruits and veggies to significantly reduce the amount of pesticides. The best would be to harvest your own fruits and veggies but that’s less simple… 😉

2. Using only fruits, no veggies 

Fruits are naturally rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants but also in sugar. In your juice, you should respect a 60% veggies – 40% fruits rate so it tastes fruity but has a reasonable quantity of sugar. If you choose green veggies, it’s even better! Our favorites: spinach and kale which are rich in chlorophyl, calcium and iron. Add superfoods and voila! Enjoy.

3. Waiting too long before drinking your juice 

Vitamins change with light and heat. You must drink your juice as soon as it’s ready if you want to enjoy all its benefits. If you don’t have much time, you can keep it in an airtight container for 24 to 48 hours, refrigerated. It will remain good, but will lose some of its nutrients.

4. Drinking it too quickly

Drinking slowly helps digestion and therefore facilitate the absorption of the juice’s nutrients. You’ll also feel better! Take the time to really enjoy this healthy made-with-love beverage ❤️

5. Drinking your juice with a meal

It’s better to consume your juice when your stomach is empty so your system really focuses on the absorption of the good nutrients. Best times to drink it: in the morning before breakfast or between two meals when your energy levels are low!

Ready, set, juice!

By Alice Doumengine
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