I hope everyone has been enjoying the holiday season and spent quality time with family and friends. That’s what the holidays are all about right? That and indulging in big meals, Christmas goodies, and too much chocolate! I definitely indulged in more than a few and woke up this morning craving some greens. I find the […]
Archives for December 2014
Vegan French Toast. Yup that right, no eggs required to make this french toast! Did you know french toast was originally stale bread dipped in milk, no eggs, then fried in oil or butter. From the early 5th century AD, Romans called this style of french toast ‘Pan Dulcis’. This dish was a way for […]
Wednesday and Thursday are crazy days in my house. Full days are followed by evenings filled with activities for the kids and I am left with very little time for making dinner and clean up afterwards. On these days I rely on quick meals but I don’t like to sacrifice the quality, especially since being busy […]
My family eats about a 1/4 cup each of blueberries every single day, usually with a bowl of steel cut oats in the morning or in an afternoon smoothie. Blueberries are considered to have one of the highest antioxidant capacities among all other fruits and vegetables. They are low on the glycemic index, and a good […]
This slaw has such a light and refreshing crisp flavour. It’s the perfect dish to share at potlucks since it can be left out without the worry of spoiling, like other dairy heavy coleslaws! I plan on making this side dish as part of our family Christmas dinner this year. Once you taste it you’ll […]
This chutney came about because I needed it for a coleslaw type of dish. Usually you will find plump raisins and diced apples in a coleslaw to add sweetness. I didn’t want the big chunky texture that it would have given because the slaw was going to be served as small samples.