Are you feeling lazy? Check out this list of hacks to make your life easier at home.
Make a lentil mug pizza in a minute. It takes no preparation time, is healthy, vegan-friendly and delicious. Take a cup of mixed beans, (beans are low in calories and healthier than traditional dough). Add topping like capsicum and mushrooms, a pinch of Italian herbs and a tablespoon of marinara or pasta sauce and a tablespoon of mozzarella or vegan cheese. Pop into the microwave for a minute. Enjoy with pepper or salt.
For dessert, make a chocolate mug cake for less than a minute. The cake is vegan and low fat. Two tablespoons of wholemeal self-rising flour a tablespoon of sugar or natural sweetener, a tablespoon of baking powder, a tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa powder, two tablespoons of almond milk or soy milk, one teaspoon of coconut oil and a teaspoon of vanilla extract. Add chocolate chips to your liking. Mix and bake in the microwave oven on a high for 40 seconds or until ready. You can add ice cream and berries to make it complete.
No spoon to eat yogurt? Make a spoon off the top foil of a yogurt cup. First, lick off the yogurt from the foil. Make small folds on two sides in a V-shape leaving one end unfolded. Twist the two folds together to form a handle. Ensure you leave the other end unfolded to make the scooping end of the spoon. Now enjoy your yogurt but be careful, the edges might be sharp.
If you are tired of checking back and forth if your baking is ready from the oven, you can simply Use Facetime to keep an eye on your food as you do other things on the computer. Tape your phone to the oven screen with the camera facing in and face time on. Make sure the oven light is on. Maintain a small window from Facetime showing the oven contents as you do other things on your computer.
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