Friday, 25 August 2017 12:46

White Bean Hummus

This Italian-style puree is served like a condiment—you can serve it on individual small plates with grilled sourdough bread, use it as a spread in your wraps, or take it to your next get-together and serve it as a dip with cut up veggies and toasted pita. It will keep in the refrigerator in a sealed container for up to five days. Move over, avocado toast—white bean hummus is here!

Published in Vegetables
Monday, 14 November 2016 13:33

Stuffed Sweet Potato

While watching your starchy carbs, when it comes to eating a healthy diet, sweet potatoes can be an asset to your health. Ranking lower in glycemic load then regular potatoes and containing a high density of nutrients, sweet potatoes have an impressive nutritional profile. The delicious dressing utilizes Tahini, an ingredient made from toasted ground hulled sesame seeds that are rich in minerals such as phosphorus, lecithin, magnesium, potassium and iron. It’s a good source of methionine, which aids in liver detoxification and helps to promote healthy cell growth.

Published in Vegetables
Wednesday, 27 July 2016 21:05

Ultimate Unbaked Brownies

Ooey gooey, melty, chocolatey unbaked brownies – the perfect recipe for those days when you just really need a brownie!

Published in Desserts
Tuesday, 19 July 2016 14:35

Strawberry Smoothie Pops

I haven't tasted a fruit popsicle I didn’t like. Refreshing as they are, most of the icy treats on the market are loaded with sugar and dyes that can leave your lips a Cookie Monster blue. This incredible homemade recipe below will put your neighborhood ice cream truck to shame. You’re in control of the ingredients, which means you can adjust the sugar count to your liking. With a few tools and a serving of patience for your mix to solidify in the freezer, you’re on your way to homemade popsicle heaven. And each little pop supplies over 50%of the RDA for Vitamin C and gives you a healthy dose of many other vitamins as well.

Published in Smoothies

These Chocolate Cookies are the perfect alternative to your favorite nutty treat with a chocolate twist. The combination of antioxidant-rich raw cacao with creamy cashew butter is a great satisfying treat. The high protein and healthy fat content found in these cookies will even keep you full, so you won’t find yourself emptying the cookie jar anytime soon.

Published in Desserts
Wednesday, 27 April 2016 07:11

Healthy Nutella

This smooth and dreamy Healthy indulgence is my newest obsession! Soon to be your newest obsession.

Super-rich and creamy, this homemade Nutella rivals the decadence of that famous spread you find at grocery stores.This version is much lower in sugar (or it can even be sugar free!), is suitable for vegans or those with dairy allergies, and it’s high in Vitamin E, B vitamins, and healthy fats!

My homemade healthy Nutella version also has just half the calories of store-bought Nutella, and the surprise ingredient: black beans, which are loaded with protein and good for you fibre

Published in Desserts
Tuesday, 01 March 2016 08:28

Chocolate Avocado Pudding

A chocolate treat that makes all your dessert guilt slip away!

Full of antioxidants, cocoa fights inflammation, helping ward disease.  Cocoa also helps improve your memory and improve brain health by increasing blood flow, while supporting cardiovascular health.. Avocado is loaded with heart-healthy good fats and contains more potassium than bananas. You can’t taste the avocado, it just adds a really nice creaminess. Dessert without the guilt.

Published in Desserts
Wednesday, 24 February 2016 15:22

Red Cabbage with Feta and Mint

You won't miss meat with this creative, healthy dish on the table. Sautéed cabbage has an unexpectedly fresh taste thanks to the addition of mint leaves. This recipe was created by Deborah Madison. Check out some of her great recipes at and her blog at

Published in Salads
This simple dish boasts extra health benefits thanks to tahini!

Tahini gives butternut squash a delicate nutty flavor, and a variety of nutrition benefits.Tahini is a thick paste made from toasted sesame seeds that are ground and mixed with a high quality olive oil, such as extra virgin olive oil. The resulting spread can taste nutty or bitter, depending upon the processing used. You can make your own tahini or purchase it in well stocked grocery stores or Middle Eastern specialty stores. This ground sesame paste is agreat source of calcium and packs more protein than most nuts!

Published in Weekly Recipes
Thursday, 08 October 2015 07:37

Thai Rice Noodle Salad

Recipes which are complete meal in itself and require less effort and time are on everyone's wish list. Cold rice noodle salad in peanut sauce dressing is a perfect example of that. Dressed in creamy and nutty peanut sauce, this salad will become your favourite on the go lunch or dinner. By the time the kettle as boiled for steeping your rice noodles, you've prepped your veggies, dressing and toppings, making this one of the fastest and tastiest dish in the East.

Published in Weekly Recipes