It’s that time of the year that we’ve all been waiting for … ice cream season! Summer weather has us dreaming of days spent lounging poolside, frilly bikinis and of course all of the indulgences that go with it! One of our all-time favourite summer foods are ice cream sandwiches: I mean, what is there not to love?
First things first: I had no idea it was so easy to make homemade energy bars! That being said, I have to confess that this recipe took AGES to perfect, a rather humbling experience. I mean, creating an energy bar should be so simple, right? After five (yes, FIVE) failed attempts, these one-step beauties were created and were a crowd … View The Post
I started making granola back in my university days for a healthy (and cheap, let’s face it) snack, and haven’t really stopped. I’m proud to say that my granola has evolved since my first attempts, which had no fat and many experimental ways to sweeten the granola with varying degrees of success. I settled into this recipe after a decade … View The Post
I still remember the first time (which was coincidentally the last time) that I tried rhubarb straight out of the garden. Now, I don’t mean in a pie or jam, I mean straight out of the garden with nothing else. Wow. My mouth hurts just thinking about it. Not that it deterred me a single bit. It remains one of … View The Post
I’ll admit, I have a sweet tooth, and my ultimate weakness is ice cream (it’s been my kryptonite since I was a kid). But there’s only so much real ice cream that I can eat in good conscience! I’m forever on the hunt for things that will satisfy my craving for something sweet but also give me some nutrition at … View The Post
Our family LOVES sweets, so I am continuously on a mission to give decadent family recipes a makeover and create treats that taste great but that are better for us. This oatmeal cookie recipe started with no flour and no butter/coconut oil, but left a very dry cookie, which wasn’t what I was going for! So a little compromise was … View The Post
I had a butternut squash sitting on my counter, staring me in the face, for the last week. I finally decided to end the showdown and turn it into soup. It was a good call. Since I had the same situation going on with a bucket of pears (and still do, it’s a BUCKET after all, there are only … View The Post
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