Have you thought about new resolutions for this year and are you lacking the motivation to implement them in the long term? Believe me, if that's the case, you're definitely not alone. I've read quite a few reports and studies that show that more than 90% of New Year's resolutions don't last.

In my last Blog post (4 tips how to set your new years intentions) I shared my top tips with you that help me to implement my resolutions in the long term.

To make it easier for you to do something good for yourself during the cold season and to cook something healthy for you and your loved ones, I am sharing one of my favorite detox pasta recipes with you. Anyone who has known me for a while may know that I love pasta. Anyone who has been following my posts on follows Instagram and reads my blog posts, who knows that when it comes to cooking live by the mantra BACK TO BASIC. For me, less is definitely more, and even when my work involves wellness, I don't like spending hours in the kitchen myself. I love pasta even more during the colder months. For me, pasta is pure comfort food. Pasta gives my body energy and I eat it in all variations. This pasta recipe is not only prepared in a few minutes and super easy, it also requires only a few ingredients. The few ingredients provide your body with all the vitamins, minerals and nutrients it needs to function optimally. Your hormones are supported with the healthy fat of the avocado, your skin gets a glow and the vitamin C of the lemon automatically strengthens your immune system. Parsley is an absolute beauty food, it supports the detoxification work of the liver.

A simple, nourishing and delicious dish. Everything Debora's Wellness stands for.

Quick and easy winter detox pasta

Ingredients (for 2 people):

  • 160-200g gluten-free pasta of your choice
  • 1 avocado
  • ½ lemon
  • Herbal sea salt and pepper
  • about ¼ bunch or about a handful of fresh parsley
  • 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil


Cook the pasta according to the instructions, meanwhile halve the avocado and mash it with a fork, add the lemon juice and season with herb salt and pepper. Chop half of the parsley with a knife and mix into the avocado cream. As soon as the pasta is al dente, mix it with the olive oil so that it doesn't stick and then mix the pasta and the avocado cream and arrange on 2 plates. Garnish with the remaining parsley.

Tip: If you want, you can roast a few pine nuts and use them as a garnish or serve with some vegetables of your choice.

If you don't have a gluten intolerance, you can of course also choose whole grain pasta instead of the gluten-free version. In the meantime, however, there are wonderful gluten-free pastas, such as pea, lentil or rice pasta.

I wish you a lot of fun imitating the dish and of course I am always happy if you tag me with @deboraswellness or with #deboraswellness on Instagram or Facebook.

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