Cuisine: Mindfulness

Mindfulness Menu

Conscious Deconstructed Decadent Black Forest Cake.

Be mindful as you deconstruct this dish - break down its essential devilishly decadent components, then serve the parts as a whole. It’s a delicious experience that definitely takes time, but is worth the effort! Definitely NOT heavy on the wellness side of food, but DEFINITELY on the fun side of life!

By Jackie DeKnock

Conscious Taste of Morocco Inspired Tacos.

If you love the fresh flavours of Morocco (as I do), you’ll swoon over this absolutely taco! Yes, it’ll take time to create these little tacos, but if you’re mindful at every step you’ll enjoy both the journey and the destination – the first bite! Oh, and you of course don't have to make every part of the taco, cooking is from the heart, so you decide!

By Jackie DeKnock

Conscious Deconstructed Buddha Bowl.

Yes, I agree with you, this delicious dish is lengthy and includes A LOT of healthy ingredients, BUT enjoy the moment, being mindful and creating your own delicious taste of Morocco Buddha Bowl! And of course you can customize it and create your own DIY bowl, fill your boots (or bowls)!!

By Jackie DeKnock

Conscious Fresh Mint Tea Tonic.

A study in the International Journal of Neuroscience found that peppermint tea can increase focus and concentration…and yes...mindfulness! Moroccan Mint Tea is the national drink of Morocco and one of the most important rituals of the day. When I visited Morocco, I was invited by shopkeepers and even street vendors who were more than happy to share a glass of tea with me! Oh, and maybe sell me a carpet or two!

By Jackie DeKnock

Conscious Sunrise Fruit Smoothie.

Slowly sip your delicious sunrise smoothie mindfully - it tastes even better that way! You'll see...

By Jackie DeKnock

Conscious Citrus Cucumber Detox Infused Water.

Be mindful with every sip as you taste this citrus and cucumber scented water.

By Jackie DeKnock

Conscious The Raisin. Period.

Mindful Eating.
Dictionary.com: mindful eating – noun The practice of eating with the express purpose of savoring every flavor, aroma, and texture of food, as usually accomplished through aesthetic appreciation of the food and slow, contemplative ingestion.

By Jackie DeKnock