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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF TUULIATALVIO
87.0% of tuuliatalvio's followers are female and 13.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.90%. The average number of likes per post is 451 and the average number of comments is 14.
Tuuliatalvio loves posting about Food, Recipes, Health.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR TUULIATALVIO
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF TUULIATALVIO
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 92.35 %
- Fitness & Yoga 80.29 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 74.47 %
- Travel & Tourism 42.76 %
- Art & Design 38.42 %
- Sports 35.87 %
- Home & Garden 33.48 %
- Business & Careers 32.38 %
- Technology & Science 32.35 %
- Entertainment 30.71 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 30.47 %
- Beauty & Fashion 29.19 %
Walking into the weekend like 🕊🙌🏽💫 some days it feels like all what’s going on currently is a bit too much, so taking a little breather and focusing on doing fun things with my little fam is very welcome. I’m gonna go for a swim with a friend, clean up our balcony, eat good things, sleep as much as my kid lets me, and binge watch @schittscreek this weekend. What are you up to? Stay cozy, friends! ☁️
Weeknight tofu burgers (recipe below!) 🌿 One of the things I wouldn’t give up anymore is ordering groceries online once a week and getting them delivered at home or picking them up. We’ve now done it for 2,5 years and it is such a lifesaver (especially when you live in the top floor without an elevator haha) 🙌🏼 Making the switch from going to the store everyday to just a couple times a week (I always run out of fruits at the end of the week..) helps us to save time, money, and minimize food waste which is superb 👌🏼 It also makes me think about what to cook beforehand so we have a plan in mind when the week starts 🥬 This week I’m thinking about making these really easy tofu burgers as I have two blocks of tofu in the fridge. So if you’re in need of some cooking inspiration, get the recipe below! Easy Weeknight Tofu Burgers 🌿 #glutenfree #vegan makes 4 burgers Tofu: 1 block (270 g) firm tofu 1 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar 1/2 tbsp maple syrup or coconut nectar 1/2 tsp Provence herbs salt and black pepper For the burgers: 4 gluten-free bread rolls 1 head of lettuce 2 avocados 1 to 2 tomatoes vegan herb dip Vegan Herb Dip: 2/3 cup (200 ml) vegan creme fraiche 1 to 2 tsp Dijon mustard 1/4 cup (50 ml) lemon juice 1/2 cup (100 ml) finely chopped fresh herbs (for example basil, thyme & oregano) salt and black pepper METHOD: Wrap the tofu in kitchen paper and place it on a flat plate. Put another plate on top of the tofu, add some weight (like a couple of small bowls) and let sit for 15 minutes to drain excess liquid. 2. In a small bowl, combine all marinade ingredients. Cut the tofu into four large slices and swirl in the marinades. Leave to marinate for about 10 to 15 minutes. In the meantime, prepare the herb dip. Add all ingredients to a bowl and mix well. Taste, and add spices if needed. Place in the fridge for a moment. 3. Heat a large frying pan and add the tofu slices and any leftover marinade to the pan. Fry for a few minutes on each side. Cut the avocado and tomatoes into thin slices. Assemble the burgers by spreading 1 to 2 tablespoons of the dip on top of the bread and then pile all the topping. Serve and enjoy!
Advertisement @elovenasuomi Late breakfast made possible by cartoons and feeding my kid breakfast twice (chocolate granola recipe below!) 🐻 As the serious breakfast lover that I am, I really love the long weekend mornings when there’s a bit more time to prep a bigger breakfast (we never agree to have playdates in the mornings haha). Our typical weekday breakfast is either overnight oats or cooked oatmeal made with @elovenasuomi gluten-free rolled oats, but on the weekends I like to make a batch of granola or pancakes by using oats as a main ingredient. I use a lot of gluten-free rolled oats in my baked goods and everyday cooking, as it’s such a nutritious ingredient, soothes my sensitive stomach, and I love the taste of it 🌾 Our breakfast this weekend included chocolate banana bread granola, sunshine smoothies, and super delicious sandwiches made with @elovenasuomi oat quinoa sweet potato rolls. Note to self: keep these in the freezer because they make a very nice sandwich. Last but not least, I finished it all with a very large matcha latte 🍵💁🏼♀️ see more on my Stories on how I make this + get the recipe for the granola below! Chocolate Banana Bread Granola 🍌 #glutenfree #vegan makes one baking tray 3 ripe bananas 1 dl (1/2 cup) coconut oil 1,5 dl (2/3 cup) maple syrup or honey 1 liter (4 cups) @elovenasuomi gluten-free rolled oats 2,5 dl / 100 g almond flakes 2,5 dl (1 cup) walnuts 1 dl (1/2 cup) dark cocoa powder (unsweetened) 2 tsp ceylon cinnamon 1/2 tsp fine sea salt METHOD: 1. Preheat oven to 225 C / 425 F degrees. Chop the bananas to a blender. Add coconut oil and maple syrup and blend until smooth. 2. Measure the rolled oats and almond flakes into a large bowl. Crush the walnuts to smaller pieces and add them to the bowl. Add cocoa powder and spices. Pour the banana mixture to the bowl and mix well. 4. Spread the granola to a baking tray covered with baking paper. Bake for 20 minutes. Stir halfway to keep the granola from burning. Allow to cool well. Store in an airtight jar for up to one month. #elovena #gluteeniton #gluteenitonkaura
Avocado & Almond Butter Smoothie for Glowing Skin ✨ It’s that time of the year again when my skin needs a lot of extra moisture and besides slathering a generous amount of oil onto my face every night, I’m making sure I eat a good variety of healthy fats, like olive oil, avocados + nuts and seeds 🥑 I love this super thick smoothie that tastes like milkshake and is made with avocado, frozen banana & almond butter, as it’s a great way to get in those healthy fats ✌🏼 recipe on my blog archives, link in profile! #tuuliablog #smoothie #smoothierecipes #nourish
Advertisement @xzsuomi ~ The only form of multitasking I’m into? Drinking hot chocolate while I let my hair mask do its magic 💆🏼♀️ My hair and scalp always need some extra attention after summer so moisturizing with hair masks and using the right kind of products are a dealbreaker. The new @xzsuomi Nettle shampoo & conditioner are great for colored hair and a sensitive scalp (that’s me!) and I also really like that they’re sulfate free, vegan + biodegradable. And to make my hair silky smooth after a wash, I put on the @xzsuomi Kauraöljy (oat oil) hair mask and make sure to massage it into my scalp too. It’s the little selfcare sessions like these that make me feel good 🍂 Here’s a few of my simple tips on how to make your hair washing sessions feel like a spa experience: ☁️ I shower in dim light so that it’s dark and cozy (we have a salt lamp in our bathroom) ☁️ I put on some music and enjoy the alone time ☁️ If I can go to the sauna, I always enjoy the heat with conditioner in my hair as it makes it super soft ☁️ I try to mimic the head massage my hairdresser does (not really succeeding in it) but giving myself a little scalp massage always feels good See more on my stories how a weeknight selfcare session for me looks like 💁🏼♀️ #xzsuomi #vahvasuomalainen
Always up for pizza 🍕 Even though I’ve shared a bunch of pizza recipes, I feel like I need to share this one with you as its got a killer base. Made with chickpea and buckwheat flour, the dough is gluten-free and vegan and mixed in one bowl (or in a blender). No kneading or raising the dough involved ✌🏼 I topped my pizza with tomato sauce, fresh and sundried tomatoes, zucchini, cashew cheese, pine nuts, and basil. A killer combo on a killer base. I made the recipe for @foodin so you’ll find it on their site under the recipe section. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do! 🌿 #glutenfree #vegan #plantbased #gluteeniton #tuuliablog
If I would describe motherhood lately in one photo, it would probably be this. A blurry snap taken in the morning a few weeks ago. My son is not a big fan of his own bed and usually finds his way to our bedroom in the middle of the night, so the majority of our nights have looked like this for the past 2+ years. I never planned on cosleeping as even the thought of it felt quite stressful but it turned out that this little buddy just loves to sleep next to us. And preferably on the same pillow with a hand in my hair. I’ve battled against it so many times but at some point decided to give up since this way we were all able to get a bit more sleep. When possible, I sleep in a different room every once in a while as I love my personal space 🙏🏼 and getting uninterrupted sleep is so, so crucial especially when you’ve got a bad sleeper. I sometimes feel like there are so many shoulds in parenting about how to do things ’right’ that it can get exhausting (especially during the first year), so it’s been kinda relieving to accept that we all have our own ways to do these things in the end. And kids are so different! I may not have any good advice about how to get your kids to sleep but I keep learning that sometimes (or most of times) you cannot force things to happen but to go with the flow. And like the wiser and more experienced mamas keep telling me, this too shall pass and I might miss it 🕊 #motherhood
We’ve been together for nine and married for four years 🕊 I still love these photos so much even though I kinda think we look like babies. Maybe the sleepless nights and baggy eyes have made me look like an adult? Happy to be doing this parenthood thing with you. Finally I’m tired enough to laugh at all your bad jokes (they are plenty, trust me!). Happy anniversary babe @raul.e123 ♥️ Photos by @arihallami ✨
Getting into the season of apple pie 🐻 Truth be told I’m having some anxiety about autumn and the darker times of the year approaching as I’m such a huge summer soul. But I do like the season of turning inwards a bit more and cozying up at home as the introvert in me is always exhausted after summer haha. And I love that I’ve been getting back into baking as I eat a lot of baked goods during the colder months cause carbs taste so goooood. So here’s an apple pie I made last weekend! It’s gluten-free and naturally sweeetened and you don’t need to put your hands in the dough as the ingredients are just mixed with a blender and a spoon. I like to serve this with (vegan) vanilla sauce or ice cream and a cup of tea, which makes it an extra cozy little treat. Hope you enjoy it too and stay cozy friends! 🍂 GLUTEN-FREE APPLE PIE makes a 24 cm / 9 inch pie Dough: 3 small apples 2 eggs 3 tbsp coconut oil 2 tbsp organic honey (or maple syrup) 3/4 cup (200 ml) almond flour 1 cup (250 ml) gluten-free oat flour 2 tsp Ceylon cinnamon 1/4 tsp ground cardamom 1 tsp baking powder a pinch of salt Toppings: 3 to 4 small sliced apples on top 2 tbsp coconut sugar 1 tsp Ceylon cinnamon METHOD: 1. Preheat the oven to 200C / 400F. Cut the apples into small pieces and place them to a blender. Pulse until finely chopped. Add eggs, coconut oil, and honey and blend until smooth. 2. In a bowl, combine almond flour, oat flour, and spices. Mix well. Pour in the apple mixture and stir. Line a cake pan with baking paper and brush the edges with a little coconut oil to prevent sticking. Pour the batter into the cake pan. 3. Slice the remaining apples into thin slices. Spread the apple slices on top of the dough. Sprinkle the coconut sugar and cinnamon on top. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes until golden brown and a toothpick comes out nearly clean. Let cool for a moment. Serve with some vanilla sauce or ice cream and enjoy! #tuuliablog #glutenfree #naturallysweetened #healthybaking
Healthy snack cookies! Recipe below 🍪 I love a good cookie. Especially after lunch or in the afternoons when I’m craving something sweet. To reduce the amount of sugar (even if it’s honey or maple syrup), I like to use ripe bananas in my baked goods as they bring a nice sweetness and help to bind the ingredients together so that there’s no need for eggs. I used to make these cookies on my maternity leave aaalll the time and now that I’m spending so much time at home again (sans my kiddo though, mostly working on my laptop 🤓), these have become one of my go-tos. I like to use whatever nuts, seeds, or dried fruit I have in my cupboards and chocolate chips are a nice add too ✌🏼 Hope you like these and have a beautiful weekend, friend! HEALTHY SNACK COOKIES 🌿 makes 10 cookies 2 large ripe bananas 3 tbsp coconut oil 2-3 tbsp organic honey (or maple syrup) 1 cup almond flour 2/3 cup gluten-free rolled oats 2/3 cup walnuts 2/3 cup dried fruits a pinch of salt 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp ceylon cinnamon METHOD: 1. Preheat the oven to 200C / 400F. Cut the bananas into a few pieces. Add bananas, coconut oil, and honey to a blender and blend until smooth. 2. Pour the banana mixture into a large bowl. Add almond flour and rolled oats and mix well. Chop the nuts into small pieces and add to the bowl along with the dried fruit. Add spices and mix well. 3. By using a spoon and your hands, roll the dough into 10 balls and place them on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Press down gently from the middle of each cookie ball to form a cookie shape. Bake for 20-25 minutes, until golden brown. The cookies can be a bit soft from the middle when you take them out from the oven. Let cool for a moment. Serve warm and enjoy! #tuuliablog #glutenfree #healthybaking #nourish #gluteeniton #gluteenitonleivonta
Sweet summer memories 🥬🍉🥒🌞
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