Vegan waffles with goodness of plant protein

We love experimenting with food and build our own recipes. We tried this new recipe for vegan flour less waffles and they turned out be amazing. We are happy to share this recipe with you.

Dry Ingredients:

  1. Almond flour – 1 cup
  2. Coconut flour – 1/3 cup
  3. Plant Protein – 1/4 cup (Optional if you want to bump up the protein content)
  4. Flax seed powder – 1/3 cup
  5. Cocoa powder – 1 tbsp (optional depending on your Chocolate liking. We love it!)
  6. Baking powder – 1 tsp

Wet Ingredients:

  1. Banana – 1 medium sized
  2. Peanut butter – 2 tbsp ( you can use any other nut butter)
  3. Soy milk – 1/3 cup (you can use any other plant based milk)
  4. Vanilla essence – 1/2 tsp


  1. Pecans ( you can use any other nuts)
  2. Blue berries
  3. Strawberries
  4. Coconut vegan whipped cream

Preparation steps:

  1. Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl as shown in the video
  2. Mash a banana in a separate bowl until you reach liquid consistency
  3. Add other wet ingredients into mashed banana and mix it well
  4. Mix dry ingredients mixture to the wet ingredients until you reach desired consistency
  5. Cook it in a waffle maker for 5 to 10 mins
  6. Top your waffles with vegan whipped cream, nuts and some berries

Enjoy it with a cup of your favorite beverage! We hope you like this recipe . Eagerly waiting for your feedback! Happy waffling!!!! Love MoRe!


Vegan Pasta Tikka Masala !!!!

Hey Pasta Lovers,

We are Foodies! Food is always on our minds. Sadly, sometimes not the same food! She was craving for pasta and I was dreaming of Tofu Tikka masala, we came up with Tofu Tikka masala Pasta. Let’s dive into the details of the recipe.

Ingredients – List below

Ingredients you need are :

1. Tofu 200 grams ( Use paneer, chicken or just veggies if you like )

2. Bell peppers around 100 grams

3. 1 Medium onion, cut half into squares and keep half for sauce

4. 2 medium Tomatoes for sauce

5. About 10-12 almonds, soak them or microwave them in water for about 2 mins when you are feeling lazy

6. Spices – Salt, Red chilly powder, tumeric and coriander powder

7. Pasta, we use high protien cheak pea pasta. You can choose anything you like.

8. Last but not the least Avacado oil (use any oil of your choice)

Now let’s talk about recipe –

1. Cut Tofu, onion and peppers as shown in the photos

2. Make a paste of almonds peeled, half onion and two tomatoes.

3. In a pan heat 2 tablespoon oil and add the paste to it and let it cook for 2 mins.

4. Now add 1/4 spoon tumeric, 1/4 spoon Red chilly powder, 1/2 spoon coriander powder and salt to taste. Stir and let it cook for about 7-10 mins.

5. Now add Tofu cubes, bell peppers onion pieces and boiled pasta to the gravy. Let it cook for another 5 mins.

Your pasta is ready to be eaten.

Tofu Tikka masala Pasta

You can use any protein you like or skip it.

Try it and let us know in the comment’s below. Share it with your friends and family.



Have your Coffee at home!!!!! Be Pocket Savvy

Hey all fellow coffee lovers!!

We shared in our last post some tips on eating in budget on travel “Budget well Eat well !!!!“. This post, we are talking about another hidden expense that we recently discovered. We both are coffee lovers and unknowingly that love used to take us to a coffee house every now and then. It’s like the aroma of brewing coffee pulls us to a coffee shop.

We used to visit coffee houses 4 to 5 times a week and used to spend some where around $15 per visit. That makes it around $60 per week and $240 per month. This expense doesn’t seem huge on weekly or monthly basis but when you take annual expense which is somewhere around $3000 for both of us and $1500 per person. It now suddenly seems huge right!!!! If we continue this habit for our lifetime think about the money we will spend just on coffee 🙂

We decided to do something about this expense. Certainly, Coffee is our love and we cannot leave it . We decided to change our habit of visiting coffee houses when ever we want coffee. Habits are hard to change . Glad that we are avid readers also! Learning’s from the book Power of habit by Charles Duhigg came handy. We quickly identified our triggers for this habit and found solutions for reducing this expense.

Few things that helped us in saving some of these bucks:

  1. Investing time in preparing coffee at home. Trust us, the initial attempts were totally disasters 🙂 but we kept on experimenting till we found our favorite recipe. We will share this recipe with you later in this post. If you are vegan it is a must try!!!
  2. Investing money in buying a good Insulated tumbler or coffee mug. It helped us to keep our craving for coffee in control. Whenever we wanted coffee it was right there with us.
  3. Thinking about the health benefits when you know what goes in your coffee. We were consuming all those sugar calories unknowingly on the name of having our favorite coffee drinks. We both lost some inches after reducing our visits to coffee houses. We added healthy sugar substitutes to our drink.
  4. Investing in low calorie canned coffee. This is for the days when we were feeling lazy and didn’t want to go into the kitchen. We tried couple of canned options and found our favorite 🙂 Ask us if you want to know more. This helped us also avoid buying those extra muffins/snacks from the coffee house.

We are not against going to coffee houses but decreasing the frequency of visits can save substantial amount of money. Just think about, using these extra bucks for buying some extra gifts for your loved ones on Thanks giving 🙂 or using it to invest in your or your loved ones future. Don’t forget the health benefits. It is a win win situation both in terms of your pocket and your body. Your body will thank you for not consuming those extra calories every now and then.

Thanks for the amazing recipe to Pickuplimes 🙂 Recipe link here.



Budget well Eat well!

Hello Travelers/Foodies/Everyone,

We all want to Travel to the best places, stay in the best hotels, eat the best food and have good experiences. We are sharing how we handled our hunger pangs in budget on our recent trip 🙂

We spent approx. $15 on each meal per person and around $10 per person on snacks like pop-corns, chips, bars etc. which totals to around $60 per day per person

Let’s talk about how we did that:

1) We tend to ignore small leaks in our pockets. Planning can go long way, travel with healthy snacks options like low sodium pop-corns/chips, healthy meal bars, etc.

2) Book a hotel which provides complimentary breakfast. This will help you save between $8 to $15. It will reduce the stress of choosing what to eat and where to go

3) Eat a normal meal at places like Poke bowl, Subway, Chiptole, Taco-bell or any other place where you can get a meal for around $10.

4) This could be dinner or lunch depending on which was the meal you had in point 2. Since you have spent only $8 to $15 in entire day and you are carrying your snacks you are left with around $40 which is good enough for eating at any exquisite/upscale restaurant.

Want to know awesome options for snacks to carry with you for Travel, connect with us and we will help you choose the right ones.

Share your feedback and any other options that you follow. Thanks for reading and pardon any grammatical mistakes. English is our second language 🙂

Stay tuned for more tips on keeping your hotel stay in budget!!!!