Beans, also known as legumes, are humble yet mighty, and are truly some of the most nutritious foods one can eat. Low in sugar but high in protein, fiber, magnesium, and potassium these little guys pack a punch. This hearty bean and kale salad is super versatile with so many veggie and bean options, the possibilities are endless, and the results are always delicious and healthy! Continue reading “Kidney Bean & Kale Salad”
For our final day of our 5 Days of Holiday Balls we present you with a classic peanut-butter chocolate ball. Think Reese’s Pieces meets all natural goodness. Crunchy rice cereal, coconut, ground flaxseed and peanut-butter create a crisp interior which is rolled and dipped in chocolate then stuck in the freezer for a truly mouthwatering – but healthy – dessert ideal for any holiday party. Not a chocolate lover? No problem. This little ball can be served up without the chocolate and is equally (well almost) satisfying.
Homemade bread can sometimes seem a little daunting, but this recipe is so simple, requires minimal work, and delivers beautiful results! The combination of pumpkin, raisins, cinnamon, and maple make for a hearty and subtly sweet bread perfect served up warm with your favourite non-dairy butter, or toasted the next morning for breakfast. Give it a try!
Made with wholesome ingredients, these healthy, high fiber waffles are easy to prepare and always turn out crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, with just the right hint of sweetness. I make these waffles in batches and freeze them for a quick breakfast option for my sometimes impatient toddler… Just pop them in the toaster, and they come out as fresh as the day they were made! Continue reading “Vegan Banana Flax Waffles”
No oil, just the simple goodness of oats, nuts and seeds, raisins and a splash of maple syrup. This granola is a satisfying snack or a quick, healthy breakfast for those busy Monday mornings. It also makes a perfect holiday gift that your children can help make. Continue reading “Easy Healthy GF Granola”