Creamy spicy mushrooms for hormonal health

When & How

Breakfast: For those days when you crave a savory breakfast. Try them on top of your toast or as a creamy crepê filling (you can use the same recipe as for the Chickpea Crėpes with Avocado ‘Nutella’)

Lunch: Always remember to make your meal balanced by including all the macronutrients (carbs, protein, fat) and a side of veggies. This recipe covers the side of veggies and healthy fats. Choose your protein and your carbs – mushrooms can help in the case of an irregular or light period. I suggest pairing them with a couple of sunny side-up eggs and some potatoes sauteed with sage, rosemary, and olive oil for a functional combo.   

Dinner: When it comes to the last meal of the day, I recommend focusing on plants but still making the meal balanced with all the macros. In this case, we will consider almond milk as our source of healthy fats but also vegetable proteins. Then choose your source of carbs and you’re all set! I recommend using this recipe with whole-grain pasta, brown rice, or couscous. 


(2 servings) 

  • 200g mushrooms 
  • 5 tbsp almond milk
  • ½ tsp cayenne pepper or paprika
  • ½ tsp cumin powder  
  • Salt & pepper 
  • Olive oil 


  1. Slice mushrooms.  
  2. Preheat some olive oil into a skillet. Add the sliced mushrooms and cook until soft.
  3. Remove excess water, add almond milk and spices. Keep stirring until the milk reaches a creamy consistency. 
  4. Enjoy!



Mushrooms have blood-thinning properties and help increase the menstrual flux in the case of a light or irregular period. Mushrooms are also rich in fiber and act as “irritants” to the intestine helping maintain regular bowel movement.  




Almonds are rich in magnesium, phosphorous, calcium, and other essential minerals for hormonal and bone health. Almonds also provide a small amount of plant-based protein.   



Two of the most potent anti-inflammatory spices. 



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