This Spicy Cashew Butter recipe is perfect for those days when you want something healthy and tasty but you are too tired or too busy to spend a lot of time cooking. Containing cumin, coriander, ginger, garlic, hot chili powder, and sea salt it’s a palate pleasing mix of savoury flavours. It’s great smeared on toast or thin it out a bit with water and some miso and use it as a sauce over some stir-fried veggies.
Vegan and gluten free, this takes less than 10 minutes to make
5 veggie juice recipes + They say that stating your resolutions frequently and out loud correlates with how likely you are to achieve them. So this is my public declaration and I hope you’ll stick around to see how I do with them. 1. Be reflective 2. Be curious 3. Be recipe making 4. Be resolute.
This recipe combines sticky Thai sweet black rice, with the tropical flavours of papaya and kiwi. Dried mango slices, toasted coconut flakes, and pomegranate seeds provide the 3 c’s – crunch, contrast, and colour! The whole delicious smorgasbord is topped with a blueberry yogurt sauce. If you use soy yogurt, it’s vegan. You can make this completely sugar free, or add a bit of your favourite sweetener. I’m Canadian, eh, so I like it with a bit of maple syrup, but you’re the boss. This makes a great breakfast, snack, or dessert.
Happy Halloween! For the kids, the Poison-Green Skull Smoothie is a zesty powerhouse packed with spinach, green apple, kiwi, lime, and lemongrass. For you, add some tequila and triple sec and you’re looking at the Poison-Green Skull Margarita, aka mother’s little Halloween helper.
Halloween’s coming and I’ve got candy apples stuck in my head! This quick pie offers a lighter apple treat that doesn’t take a lot of prep time. Pomegranate reduction provides the sweet and gooey edge, while Panko crumbs make for a light crunch. This is delicious alone or served with yogurt, whipped cream (dairy or coconut), or ice cream/nice cream. PS – If you’re looking for something more ambitious for Halloween, check out my Charcoal Black Devil’s Food Cake with […]
Finding yourself seduced by the golden beets that are all over the farmer’s markets and produce displays these days? Well, here’s another juice from my Drink Your Vegetables series that makes good use of these bold and beautiful vegetables.
Everybody’s grilling romaine lately, and it’s delicious all on its own as a side, but this recipe takes it a step further. The grilled romaine is chopped and combined with roasted garlic and parmesan cheese. This mixture – along with a lusciously runny poached egg becomes the filling that’s tucked inside a larger piece of romaine. Such a versatile recipe – this could easily be breakfast or lunch, or it would make a fun appetizer for a dinner party. You […]