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Frozen Coconut Pineapple

A great simple and healthy treat for breakfast, dessert or after workout snack! After you make these treats, store in a Ziploc or airtight container in the freezer for up to 2 months. Take one out whenever you have a craving for a guilt free treat!

Spaghettini with Portabellos and Pesto

In this recipe, I chose to use Spaghettini, which is slightly thinner than traditional spaghetti because I wanted something more delicate to make the other ingredients stand out. And boy did they ever! The pan fried portabellos and leeks paired with a robust fresh basil pesto –perfect dinner!

Broccoli and Chickpea Stir Fry

These little chickpeas, although slightly unconventional in a stir fry are simply perfect! They crisp up ever so slightly which combines just right with the beautiful green broccoli!

Vegan Scrambled “Eggs”

Try this delicious alternative to the classic scrambled eggs breakfast using protein packed tofu!

Ramen Noodle Chow Mein

An easy weeknight one pot meal using the convenience of Ramen!

Apple Nachos

Oooh yes Apple Nachos! Crisp apple slices are layered with melted peanut butter, caramel and toasted nuts – what could be better! This is a great “healthy” treat to have while watching a big game without the guilt!

Chili Thyme Corn

A really simple side dish that packs in lots of flavour!

Corny Kale Chickpeas

This is a delicious and hearty lunch time salad. You can eat it hot or cold, but I have to say I really prefer eating it hot! If you are taking it for a lunch at the office, just place all the ingredients in a Tupperware and microwave when ready to eat.

Sesame Roasted Asparagus

A nice simple side dish! The asparagus is laced with sesame goodness both from the sesame oil and the beautiful sprinkling of sesame seeds.

Lemony Celery and Portobello Salad

This is a great change from a routine green salad. It is really easy to put together and it is really fun to eat, really fresh, lemony and crunchy!

Quinoa with Beans and Kale

A great mix of so many superfoods! This simple dish will keep you full of energy all day!

Roasted Balsamic Onion Slices

While onions are really important as a flavor base in most every dish, I like to use them as the star once in a while! Here, they do just that! These balsamic onion slices make a great veggie side to serve with your meal or a salad topper.

Boston Lettuce Topped with Cremini Mushrroms

A great simple side salad to serve with a pizza or quiche!

Peanut Butter and Apple Toast

This recipe comes from the classic PB&J that everyone knows and loves! Instead of jam though, I use fresh apple slices for a crisp and refreshing contrast to the creamy peanut butter! Great for a breakfast, lunch sandwich or a post workout snack!

Cauliflower Rice

This rice is actually made from .... yes... cauliflower!!! It looks and feels just like rice – without all the guilt! Great for topping with stews and curries!

Zaatar Tomato - Cucumber Salad

This is a really simple salad to put together, but extraordinary because of this incredible spice mix Zaatar. It really makes the salad special! It’s a great addition to any brunch table or a side salad with a nice dinner.

Balsamic Roasted Baby Bok Choy

Baby Bok is a really versatile veggie for Asian dishes – but did you know you can roast it as well? Here is a fun and easy side dish to showcase this great little veggie!

One Pot Pasta With Tomato and Bok Choy

This is a really cool trick to cook your pasta! With this recipe you do not need to boil your pasta in a separate pot – it just cooks directly in the sauce! I even added in some bok choy for a crisp green, that steams in the sauce while your pasta cooks!

Spicy Ginger Edamame

Edamame are soy beans sold frozen in their pods. Thye are often served in Japanese restaurants as a starter sprinkled with sea salt. I thought it would be fun to spice them up a bit!

Rosewater Pomegranate

This is an exquisite way to enjoy a pomegranate! The rosewater brings out the natural flowery taste of the pomegranate! It is even better the next day, so feel free to prepare it in advance and store in an airtight container in the fridge.

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