Energy recipes: fruity smoothies

We love experimenting with fruit – anything goes when you are preparing fruity, fresh and healthy dishes. A great secondary effect is that these dishes are not only healthy and easy to digest but are also super tasty and quick to make.

BBQ enjoyment! Fruit and vegetables on the grill

So you thought that only a juicy, sizzling steak was the perfect ingredient for a barbecue evening? Wrong! True gourmets are now also cooking courgettes, peppers, potatoes and bananas on the hot coals. When the seductive aromas waft through the air, even die-hard meat lovers will quickly be won over – want to bet?

Nice and cool – easy, fruity ice cream enjoyment

Keep it fresh! When you want to keep a cool head on warm days, you can’t beat a deliciously refreshing ice cream. But forget about the manufactured ice-cold products you find in the supermarket as they frequently contain high amounts of sugar and fat. Instead, conjure up some creative delicacies yourself using plenty of fresh fruit. On to the spoon, get set, go!

Fruit smoothie ideas from Patrick Gebhardt

Fresh, juicy, nutritious – smoothies are particularly tasty snacks and highly versatile. Patrick Gebhardt’s original recipes will provide you with further inspiration. The popular celebrity chef likes them colourful, varied and uncomplicated. Definitely worth trying!

The “My Energy” meal: Fruity dessert

Mmmhhh… At our Dole Energy-Day, Hamburg celebrity chef Patrick Gebhardt prepared a rucola salad and ling fillets as the appetiser and main course for our bloggers. His fresh and fruity dessert – passion fruit and yoghurt mousse – shows that even little treats have their place in a balanced diet. Today we would like to show you this great recipe from Patrick’s “My Energy” meal.

Pineapple Jam with Vanilla

Peel pineapples and remove stalks. Chop very finely and weigh out 1000 g. In a saucepan, mix pineapple and bourbon vanilla sugar well with the gelling sugar with sweetener.

Apple and Pineapple Jam

Peel and finely chop apples and weigh out 500 g. Peel pineapple, remove stalk, chop finely and weigh out 500 g.