Garlicky Mashed Cauliflower

Where my keto friends at?! This one’s for you! We are officially entering Fall and that means, Thanksgiving. I’m a lover of enjoying seventy-four side dishes and can always forego the main one. I am always on the hunt for new and fun sides to add to any meal…especially those around the holidays! This mashed…

Gluten-Free Zucchini Galette

Think: flaky, creamy, cheesy, lemony, zucchini-y. All of the good things about a savoury dish brought together into a pretty and rustic galette. If you know me, you know I love a good galette. And I love mixing it up and creating both sweet and savoury galettes. I’ve tried everything from stone fruit to tomato…

Easy Creamy Cauliflower Soup

Do you remember a few years ago when the “Cauliflower Soup Diet” was a thing? I feel like it was a thing. Either way, this cauliflower soup is healthy and you can eat it every day, if you want to! I used my Simple Living Soup Maker to make this soup. If you haven’t heard…

Avocado Croutons

True story: I cut into an avocado that I thought was ready to be mashed onto toast, but it wasn’t. Usually I’m better than this. I struggled with what to do. I knew that if I put it back into the fridge, it wouldn’t ever reach its max potential, as it had already been exposed…

Butternut Squash and Kale Lasagne Roll-Ups

Sometimes I pretend I’m on the show Chopped and I try to use ingredients in an innovative way. Like lasagne noodles for example. Why lay flat, when you can roll, baby. Thaz right. The layers in this lasagne aren’t lookin’ like a sedimentary rock, nuh uh. They are more like a snail shell. Yah feel…

Make-Ahead Vegan Sweet Potato Salad

Here is the perfect plant-based side dish for this year’s lonely Easter dinner. It is perfect because: You can (and should) make it the day before It is 100% vegan It tastes like traditional mayo-based potato salad, but healthier It’s a smaller batch (you should be social distancing!) I love potatoes of all kinds, yet…

Crockpot Ginger and Turmeric Immune-Boosting Soup

Soup. Soupa-doop. Soupa-doopa-doopa-doop. Grab your salt ‘n pepa (get it?!) and let’s finish off this last month of winter with some cozy, comforting, cold-fighting soup! Nineteen. More. Days. Although I love living in a country that experiences four diverse seasons, winter is always way too long. And as a teacher, it’s hard NOT to pick…

Cauliflower and Sweet Potato Curry

I think it is safe to say that one of my favourite continents for food inspiration is Asia. Thai, Vietnamese, Israeli, Japanese…and today – I’m Indian-inspired. A land of spices and flavours. I’m in love with warm curries, samosas, chutneys, naan bread, paneer, rice…everything. It’s so good. And since it is very cold and snowy…

Orzo, Halloumi and Roasted Grape Salad

At the beginning of January, I was all – “One carb per day,” and now I’m all – “One carb per meal.” It just feels good, okay?! Enter: Orzo. A little rice-shaped pasta that absorbs flavours and makes a perfect side dish or salad. Cooking orzo is easy – Just add some olive oil to…

Asian Noodles in a Peanut Sauce

Carbs and fats. My two favourite things, brought together in one delicious marriage. I do. This recipe is the perfect Friday night, tired-from-a-long-work-week, make-in-thirty-minutes, uber yummy dinner. Jam-packed with flavour and containing all the the essentials that go into a meal – protein, carbs and fats. I got you. The protein: Tofu is the main…