Former Victoria Secret model Miranda Kerr knows how to prioritize her health, even as a busy mother of three young children, and has mastered feeling her best from firsthand experience. She’s the CEO of Kora Organics, a clean beauty line, and hosts a continuous “Wednesday Wellness” workout series with popular exercise instructors like Megan Roup, creator of Sculpt Society, and Mary Helen Bowers, founder of Ballet Beautiful, and other fitness experts. If you’d like to join these sessions and get moving with Kerr and others, participate for free by tuning into her Instagram live videos at 12 PM PST.
The 37-year-old female founder recently told an interviewer that the COVID-19 crisis has left Kerr feeling “helpless”, saying, “In a way, we’re doing our part by staying home, but at the same time I feel helpless, and like I’m not doing enough,” Kerr unfolds. As an entrepreneur, mother and spokesperson of nutrition brand Biostime, she’s always on the go. Kerr lives by her daily mantra, “attitude of gratitude,” to stay positive while she’s in isolation with her family in Los Angeles. She explains, “The fact that we’re together as a family and that we’re safe – that’s all that mattered to me.”
Miranda Kerr is baking vegan desserts in her kitchen
When you’re living a busy lifestyle and running your own company, staying at home will throw off your routine, but Kerr has been seeking new adventures and projects on social media to stay productive. Last week, she made Vegan Banana Oatmeal Cookies with Candice Kumai, the TV chef and best-selling author of Kintsugi Wellness: The Japanese Art of Nourishing Mind, Body, and Spirit. Kumai walked Kerr through the process of baking these vegan cookies and gave helpful pointers to make the masterpiece on Instagram live. Kerr then posted it on her feed, where you can watch the video here, and following along with the recipe down below.
Vegan Banana Oatmeal Cookies
Makes 8 cookies
- 3/4 cup gluten-free flour
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
- 1/4-1/2 cup coconut oil
- 3/4 light brown sugar (or 1/2 cup maple syrup)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 small or 1/2 large (about 1/2 cup) ripe banana, mashed
- 1/4 cup water
- 2 cups organic rolled oats
- 1 cup dark chocolate chip (or cranberries)
- Bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes
Is Miranda Kerr Vegan?
We’re curious to know if Miranda Kerr is vegan after she made these drool-worthy vegan cookies. The supermodel is table to maintain a her long, lean body even after having three children. After some research, we determined that although Kerr is not vegan, she does eat a mostly plant-based diet.
Kerr incorporates superfoods in her day to day meals and focuses on eating nutrient-dense foods. “I like to start my day off with hot water and lemon, it’s a really great way to kick start your digestion,” Kerr explains in Food Diaries with Harper’s Bazaar. She also shares her daily breakfast, a green smoothie, which includes plant-based milk, fresh vegetables, special superfood mix, and Vitamin C. The Beet added the recipe for the smoothie below so you can enjoy it all summer long. When Kerr is not in the mood for a smoothie, she switches it up by eating rice porridge with banana, cinnamon hemp milk, and maple syrup, click here for a photo of the recipe.
Miranda Kerr’s Green Smoothie
Makes 1 smoothie
- Almond Milk
- Fresh Papaya
- Almond Butter
- Kora Organics Skin Food Supplement, “This contains noni (exotic fruit), acai, blueberry, matcha, green tea”
“I used to drink it as a liquid, adding it to a smoothie is so much easier”
- Blend on high speed in a blender of your choice, Miranda uses a Vitamix.