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Healthier version of classic rice crispy treats without the gelatin! Each square is just 5 grams of fat and less than 150 calories.
Coconut packed cookies, perfect for traveling, lunches, or topped with ice-cream.
Fudge filled coconut cookies with just 5 simple, easy to find ingredients.
The perfect 5 minute breakfast that’s high in protein, fiber… and chocolate.
This is an easy weeknight dinner that I rely on when time is tight. Sometimes simple trumps anything else. Plus, it's fancy...I added a lemon slice!
Apple butter and peanut butter were destined to be together, don't you think?
This is my take on the delicious All Star salad at Fresh restaurant in Toronto. It's filled with red quinoa, adzuki beans, parsley, cilantro, green onion, and tomato, and paired with a simple red wine vinegar, olive oil, and garlic dressing. I will be making this again and again all summer long.
I will never go back to ‘normal’ date squares after trying this simple, no-bake version! I loved them, my friends loved them, and there wasn’t a crumb to be found after breakfast. They were a huge hit!
Satisfy your chocolate craving with simple vegan fudge balls made with nut butter, dates and cacao powder.
Kale is quite the buzz word in healthy eating, and kale chips have become incredibly trendy. The best kale chips are made with a dehydrator, since it slowly dries the leaves - as opposed to an oven which can cook the leaves and make them taste burned and bitter. Yet, most home cooks do not have these...
This vegan Alfredo is absolutely delicious and very similar to the Vegan Mac ‘n Cheese sauce, but a bit more Alfredo-like in taste.
Homemade Pumpkin Butter using freshly roasted pumpkin and all natural sweeteners. Pinch me, I think I'm dreaming.
Creamy, thick, and rich with lots of garlic flavour and a hint of lemon. This is my newest favourite pasta dish. The avocado works wonderfully in this recipe to create a sauce so creamy and thick, you will think there is cream hiding in there.