6 Recipes To Celebrate International Women's Day
As we are nearing the International Women's Day 2020, let's make our favorite women around feel pampered all day long and start their day with comforting breakfast and finalize the evening with a slice of something sweet!
Take a look at our International Women's Day menu with 6 easy and tasty recipes and make this day special for every woman you truly care!
- Apple Pie Porridge
Not everyone enjoys filling up on oats in the morning. If your favorite woman falls into that category but still would be up for a hearty, warming breakfast, try an option that combines fruit, nuts, and healthy fats like nut butter and chia seeds as its base.
Apple’s sturdy flesh makes it the perfect pick, but you can be more creative and try another delicious option - just swap an apple to a pear! To be honest, you won't probably need the added coconut sugar, but if you like things on the sweeter side, you can always add a teaspoon of vanilla extract.
- Rice Noodles With Cashew Sauce & Crunchy Veg
This recipe is inspired by a colorful and crunchy Indonesian salad, made with a wide array of raw and cooked vegetables (and sometimes noodles). The dressing is usually peanut-based, but we recommend to use cashews for a better flavor mix. This dish is a perfect pre-dinner start!
For Afternoon Tea
- Lemon Meringue Slice
Sharpen your lady's sweet tooth with these bake-sale lemon meringue slices! This recipe is everyone's one time favorite, as this cake is lovely, fresh, and full of flavor!
- Mediterranean Pasta With Chicken
This Mediterranean Pasta With Chicken meal is incredibly easy and super flavourful! It provides a moderate amount of pasta per person with lean chicken and a generous serving of vegetables! You also can keep this recipe vegetarian or serve it with shrimps.
- Red Velvet Cake
Red Velvet Cake is one of the most mesmerizing cakes around! Originating in the Victorian era, this delicious treat commonly made of buttermilk, butter, cocoa, vinegar, and flour is definitely a thing everyone wants to have! And don't forget to use beetroot, which naturally gives the velvet cake its distinctive shade!