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Meal Prep 101

Meal Prep 101 Why is there all of this hype around meal prepping? Everywhere I look, people are sharing videos and pictures and posts of how to meal prep. Well, meal prepping can actually save your butt, on nights when the... Continue Reading →


Oat and Almond Pancakes

Are there ever too many pancake recipes? Personally, I love pancakes and think the world could always use more. These pancakes happened kind of by accident, I ran out of buckwheat flour so I threw some oat and almond flour... Continue Reading →

Summer Mocktails/Cocktails

Mocktails/Cocktails With the warm weather and the full on embrace of summer, comes patio season and lots of boozy drinks. Now, I'm not a big drinker, I'm actually following an alcohol-free approach right now, but Topher (my boyfriend), loves a... Continue Reading →

Grain Free Pizza Crust

Grain Free Pizza Crust I've been craving pizza lately, but every crust option I come across is either cauliflower based or contains chickpea flour. While I have nothing against these delicious foods, they are not FODMAP friendly, which means they... Continue Reading →

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins 

These gluten free gems are cakey, moist, and absolutely delicious! They take 10 minutes to put together and store well! Perfect for lunchboxes and snack time! Packed with nutrient rich ingredients like pumpkin and Maca these muffins will be a... Continue Reading →

Heuvos Bruncheros 

Breakfast and brunch are my favourite meals, partially because sky's the limit, you can go savoury or sweet, you can make everything ahead of time or in the moment, and most of all, weekend breakfast and brunch is so relaxed.... Continue Reading →

Lemon Poppyseed Loaf

Happy Spring! As I'm writing this recipe it is rainy and cold outside so not exactly sunny tulip and daffodil weather, but it will be soon, hopefully! Easter, Passover, and Spring celebrations are fast approaching and this one bowl wonder... Continue Reading →

Millet Tabbouleh

Tabbouleh is a traditional Middle Eastern Dish. Made with bulgar traditionally, Western variations of tabbouleh include quinoa, couscous, and now millet! Millet is an ancient grain that goes through minimal processing. It is gluten-free, exceptionally simple to cook (1 part... Continue Reading →

Chicken Pot Pie

One of the ultimate comfort foods for me is Chicken Pot Pie. Normally found in the frozen section of the supermarket and tossed in the oven an hour before you have to run out the door. This Chicken Pot Pie... Continue Reading →

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