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The Little Green Spoon has launched an app and we’re excited


by Edaein OConnell
10th Oct 2018
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The Little Green Spoon is coming to a phone near you.

Here at IMAGE we love littlegreenspoon.com, created by best-selling author and columnist Indy Power, and we were delighted to hear that it is now available in app form, making it easier to access the websites recipes in the kitchen.

Indy’s philosophy is to “eat to feel good”, with all of her recipes being plant-based. The Little Green Spoon app will now allow you to plan mouth-watering and nutritious meals ahead of time with some extra help from generated shopping lists that you can save to use on the go. Quick and easy breakfasts, lunches, dinners and healthy snacks are available to scroll and enjoy.

The app is free and there are over 150 recipes included, with all new recipes from the website uploaded straight to the app. Subscribe to premium and you will be able to access special recipes which will be exclusive to the app, including sourdough French toast and vegan brownies.

And we aren’t the only ones who love it, as it is currently topping the iTunes charts in the food and drink category.

To celebrate its launch, Indy teamed up with Brown Thomas and Vitamix to give away a brand new Vitamix Ascent A2500i worth €629 to one very lucky subscriber who signs up to Premium on the app. The competition is now running over on the official Instagram page @thelittlegreenspoon and will continue until Sunday.

 

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Competition ? To celebrate The Little Green Spoon App launching today ? I wanted to give away something really special, so I am SO excited to team up with my favourites @vitamixuk & @officialbrownthomas to give away one of their gorgeous new Ascent A2500i blenders! You probably already know how obsessed I am with my Vitamix (hello best homemade nut butter ever) and I just upgraded to one of these new ones and it’s so amazing. I can’t wait to give one to one of you!! To enter, all you have to do is download the app (link in bio), sign up for PREMIUM and: 1) Screenshot one of the premium recipes (that way I’ll know you’ve subscribed!) AND direct message it to me 2) Follow @vitamixuk and @officialbrownthomas 3) Like and comment below when you’re done! I’m going to keep the competition running all week and pick a winner next Sunday ? #feedyourlife #sp * the app is available on the App Store, not available for Android at the moment!

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Download The Little Green Spoon app here

 

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