I vowed that, as a part of my New Year’s Resolution for 2016, I would plan and prepare better. A big part of this is getting ready for the week ahead of time to avoid hectic mornings that are simply not a good start to any day!
I put the word out on Instagram (@fraichenutrition if you want to follow) to get an idea of what people wanted to see for apple recipes, given my recent apple situation. Scones came up a few times, and since they are so easy to make and we love them to bits, I thought I would whip up a batch to … View The Post
Pumpkin is incredible. Seriously. Not only is it a nutrition powerhouse (full of fibre and Vitamin A), it is ridiculously versatile. Is there anything this vegetable can’t do? Soups, donuts, pie, risotto, muffins, ice cream (coming up next, I have a lot of pumpkin puree to work through folks)…and scones of course. I love baking scones, in part because they … View The Post
I am a big fan of whole grain bread. Honestly, the more nuts, seeds and fibre you can cram in a loaf the better as far as I’m concerned. But there is something so nostalgic (and decadent) about a fluffy white bun fresh from the oven (yes, with butter, I said it). I grew up in Northern Alberta for the … View The Post
This cake is a bit of a show off. It is ridiculously moist with a delicious lemony flavour and a pretty display of peaches. You may be tempted to skip the step with the egg whites: don’t. It truly makes the cake light and airy. You will need 3-4 peaches for this recipe, depending on the size of your pans. Plums … View The Post