I’ve always wanted to try waffles that use yeast as a leavening agent versus baking powder. And since it’s the week of Christmas, I figured that if I was going to give it a whirl I would do in holiday style!
One of my favourite ways to start a day when the weather turns colder is with a bowl of cozy oatmeal. It is so healthy, loaded with fibre, and is incredibly versatile. Oatmeal only takes 20 minutes to make (less if you use the quick oatmeal), and really ‘sticks-to-your-ribs’ as my granny would say. Here are two ways to bring … View The Post
As soon as fall hits I start pulling out my chunky grey sweaters and craving pumpkin everything. So when it came time to make breakfast this weekend, guess what the theme was? A friend recently introduced me to the Epicure line of products, and I have fallen in foodie-love. My approach to nutrition has always been about what we now call ‘clean … View The Post
I can’t think of a better healthy food invention. In this craziness we call life, where we are all stretched to our limits and doing our best to make better choices, what a relief to know that you can throw a bunch of healthy foods into a blender and have a portable, delicious ‘fast food’ breakfast or snack in minutes. … View The Post
By now you’ve probably realized that I’m obsessed with all things lemon ricotta. In my defence, what is there not to love? I decided to remain predictable and created these delicious, perfectly moist and sweet muffins. We are constantly on the hunt for healthy nut free snacks to pack in Charlie’s lunch, so I held my breath and crossed my … View The Post
I won’t take credit for these perfect little pieces of heaven. My 3 year old son Charlie proposed that we make coconut pancakes this morning. My thought? Brilliant! But I’ll let you decide:) Ingredients: 3 tbsp. melted butter 2 c. flour (can substitute gluten-free flour) 1/2 cup unsweetened shredded coconut ¼ c. sugar 2 ½ tsp. baking powder … View The Post
Pancakes are a weekend staple in our little house, so I never really think of making waffles. Time to change it up. These little heart-shaped cuties were such a sweet addition to our breakfast table! I made this old-fashioned recipe a bit healthier, substituting some of the white flour for whole wheat and cutting back on the butter. … View The Post
If the mere thought of making bread overwhelms you, fear not. Soda bread is SUCH a simple bread to make and requires essentially no kneading. It is perfectly moist on the inside with a crunchy rustic crust: your guests will never know how easy it is to make! You can substitute half of the flour for whole wheat flour should … View The Post