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Fruit ‘N’ Cereal Protein Squares: Lemon Ginger (Gluten Free)

These fruit ‘n’ cereal protein squares are not your typical protein bar. Light, chewy and fruity, they require no protein powder whatsoever. The perfect light snack that will satisfy your hunger and your sweet tooth. You’ll never guess the secret ingredient… Confession (actually, no). Non-confession: I don’t use protein powders.  a) I’m not a smoothie fan. If I was, I could see my use of protein powders potentially heightened…

Spiced Lentil Salad Dip (Gluten Free, Vegan)

This Spiced Lentil Salad Dip is perfect for your next pot luck dinner.  Sweet and full of warming spices, it pairs perfectly with your chip of choice. Yes, it is completely addicting, but with these ingredients you’re only doing your body good things if you eat the whole bowl!  Recipes that are passed down through families are just the best, aren’t they? I mean, no one really knows where they started or…

Cornmeal Cauliflower Hemp Pizza Crust (Gluten Free, Yeast Free)

This unique cornmeal cauliflower pizza crust requires no yeast, is gluten free, chalk full of healthy nutrients, and can be whipped up in a food processor in just a few minutes! Cornmeal and hemp seeds provide a wonderful, hearty texture, while cauliflower adds in those sneaky vegetables!  This isn’t the first cornmeal cauliflower crust out there.   I’ve seen a few different recipes around and have tried my hands at a couple…

Pumpkin Raspberry Buckwheat Loaf with Crystallized Ginger (Gluten Free)

This gluten free pumpkin raspberry buckwheat loaf will surprise all your senses. Soft without being overly moist, heart healthy chia seeds help create the perfect chew while a mix of buckwheat and oat flours yield a perfect lightness and cake like texture.  Guys. I am EX. CI. TED to share this recipe with you today. SO excited.  Why? Because this may be the most unique, beautiful and – I’ll admit…

Marinated Chickpea Artichoke Salad with Spaghetti Squash (Gluten Free, Vegan)

This marinated chickpea artichoke salad is an easy, delicious and light salad that fancies your taste buds and leaves you plenty satisfied, thanks to the protein and fibre from the chickpeas and artichokes. It is so versatile and can be used in so many different ways. I highly suggest throwing it into your next spaghetti squash boat!    For any Canadians out there that are coming out of a weekend of Thanksgiving turkeys and potatoes and stuffing and…

Healthy Chicken Alfredo Spaghetti Squash Boats (Gluten Free)

Today I have a DINNER recipe for you! Does that feel as surprising to you as it feels to me? I like my muffins and scones, okay? But I also like my cheese. And I like cream.  Hence why when I totally hit gold with this throw together, experiment of a recipe and created the most rich and creamy homemade and HEALTHY alfredo sauce… I was in lip smacking heaven. And knew I had to share.&nbsp…

DIY Herb & Garlic Cream Cheese, Veggie “Meat” and Shelling Out for Eggs (WIAW)

It’s time for What I Ate Wednesday! Thanks to Laura and Arman for helping me party on with a day of eats. This week I’m taking it back to yesterday, Tuesday.  Breakfast: Since I’ve been getting my fair share of cake for breakfast lately, I thought I’d change it up and get on the savory train. The restaurant I worked at this summer served this ah…

Peanut Flour Baked Pancake for One (Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Vegan)

This baked pancake is absolute proof that you can have a beautiful, fresh baked and totally nutritious breakfast even on your busiest of mornings. No spending minutes standing over a stove and no long grocery list of ingredients. Using a mix of peanut flour and buckwheat flour, this recipe will open you up to a whole new world of breakfast possibilities. Gluten free, sugar free, oil free and vegan to boot.  Here it is! For the amount…

Vegan Sweet Potato Date Muffins

These vegan sweet potato date muffins have been a favorite of mine for years. Wholesome and filling, yet delectably sweet and moist using whole grains and minimal ingredients. They combine the dynamite combination of sweet potatoes and dates which will be sure to make your next breakfast or snack a real sweet treat.  So there’s this vegan take out style restaurant in Toronto called Urban Herbivore. It’s been one of my favorites…

Maple Miso Tofu with Butternut Squash and Broccoli

Are you skeptical of tofu? Afraid of experiencing a bland taste and less than meaty texture? Make this easy Maple Miso Tofu dinner and I swear even the most dedicated meat lovers will become converts.  Where are you at with Tofu? For many, I think the mention of tofu still elicits a lot of confusion, fear and skepticism. I have no doubt a lot of avid meat eaters still scoff at the whole notion. Though even to…

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