Actress, fashion entrepreneur and now chef! Kate Hudson just shared her recipe for avocado rice cakes on Instagram, but we can’t stop wondering what happens with her choice of clothing. The video is part of his collaboration with Weight Watchers. Hudson joined the brand (now called WW) as an ambassador in 2018.
Hudson celebrates the new WW program
The Almost famous the star captioned her post “When I get aroused I tend to get aggressive with a pointed spoon… clearly. Great news to share today! @ww has a NEW program … Presentation – PersonalPoints! Now I can add avocado to my zero point list and, in honor, I’m making avocado rice cakes. ”
The recipe includes avocado, tomato, jalapeno peppers, lime juice, salt, and brown rice cakes. The actress mixes the ingredients together, then spreads them over the rice cakes for a delicious treat.
“Don’t you love easy food?” he says in the video as he eats rice cakes. The video is only a minute and a half long, which demonstrates how simple it can be to have a healthy snack. Hudson also shared a sweet story of his grandmother while preparing the food: “My grandmother had to completely eliminate salt when she grew up… .when we went to the restaurant… .we always said ‘She can’t have salt’. He would say ‘I’m going to the bathroom’ and then go to the waiter and say, ‘Put some salt on my meal!’ “
A healthy life
In addition to healthy eating, Hudson is also dedicated to physical fitness. In a recent interview with Yahoo! Life, the actress said: “Fitness, for me, is my number one. For me, my mental health and stability can be very much related to how active I’ve been. It really changes my brain. When I’m done to train, I feel a thousand times better “.
Hudson also revealed in September this year that she and longtime partner Danny Fujikawa they are engaged. The couple have a two-year-old daughter, Rani Rose Hudson Fujikawa.
Strange choice of dress
Even though the recipe is the focus of the video, we can’t stop watching the Wars of the brides star sweater. Hudson is wearing a tan sweater with a zipper down the front and what looks like some kind of attached cape. It seems like a strange choice for working in the kitchen, but who are we to judge?