Coconut Cauliflower Soup

This soup has only 6 ingredients and is SO delicious! It’s crazy how tasty it is actually. It’s creamy, soothing, light and very satisfying. It’s also gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan if vegetable broth is used. This soup is a part of my Fall Cleanse Meal Plan *. Cauliflower is very nourishing to the digestive system,…

Parsley Quinoa Salad (Tabbouleh, Tabouli)

This is a VERY easy recipe that keeps well in the fridge for a couple of days and is great as a side dish or a small meal of it’s own. I’m going to talk a bit about parsley and how great it is so if you’re here just for the recipe, scroll down 🙂…

Bright Veggie Pasta Salad

  Ingredients: Rice Pasta, about 3 cups cooked Red Pepper, ½ pepper diced Red Onion, ½ onion diced Carrot, ½ medium shredded Kale, 1 leaf chopped finely Sunflower Seeds, ¼ cup Pumpkin Seeds, ¼ cup Sundried Tomatoes, 3 chopped Salt & Pepper Super Simple Herb Dressing, about ¼ cup Direction: Cook pasta as package directs,…

Masala Chickpeas and Chard

This is a fragrant, robust and warming vegan meal that’s really easy to make. Comfort food on the go that’s also healthy and delicious, can’t ask for much more. My friend and super babe over at Life With Zandra requested this recipe from my “Let’s Talk Detox” class last week. Check out her blog for basically everything that’s…

Clean Eatin’ Breakfast Bowl

Putting this how-to style recipe up for the mega babes at Stax Cycle Club . Clean eatin breakfast after a bumpin’ spin class…? Doesn’t get much better than that! No rigid rules to this, just a combination of amazing healthy foods that work well together. Enjoy! Xx Gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, paleo, low-carb, high-fat and f*cking delicious!…

Simple Kale Guacamole Salad

Simple, easy, 7 ingredients, totally tasty and nutritionally dense. Gluten-free, egg-free, vegan salad that’s full of healthy fats and fibre to keep you feeling full for longer. Ingredients: Kale, 3 -4 leaves chopped finely, stems removed Red Pepper, ½ medium pepper, diced small Red Onion, ½ medium onion, diced small Avocado, 1 Lemon Juice, 2 tbsp…

Mini Meatloaves

A juicy, flavorful and anything-but-bland meatloaf recipe. The aromatic sauteed onions, garlic and fresh herbs will have your digestive juices flowing by step two. Quick, easy and amazing for leftovers, these individual loaves are great for large families, small families and singles too. Serve with mashed potatoes and brown gravy, a winter salad and green beans, a warm…

Roasted Chickpeas

Simple and delicious, roasted chickpeas are a staple in my fridge. They have a great texture and can be spiced to provide added flavor in soups, salads and side dishes. Roasted chickpeas are also great alone as a crunchy, gluten-free snack. Garbanzo beans are vegan and packed with quality protein and loads of fiber. They’re…

Skillet Saturdays: Kale, Cabbage, Cranberry, Pine Nut & Blue Cheese

I’ve fallen so far behind this week and now Skillet Saturday is Skillet Monday! I apologize to anyone who has been waiting 😦 I moved over the weekend and I was overwhelmed with how amazing my friends are! It took no time at all and I feel so blessed. I finally got to bed sometime after midnight…

Skillet Saturday: Nachos! {Gluten-free & Vegetarian}

It’s been another busy week and I’m now right in the middle of packing my apartment to move next weekend. I love creating and food crafting, however a half-packed, chaotic space isn’t exactly inspiring. And then suddenly, on Friday night this popped into my mind – Skillet Nachos! Yessssss! Ingredients: •Nacho Chips (Non-GMO and Gluten Free)*…

Skillet Saturdays: Wild Rice Fusilli with Roasted Vegtables

This week has been incredibly busy, and next week will be much the same, and I must admit – I LOVE IT! It’s been warm in Calgary (thank you Chinook), the sun is shining and the days are getting longer. I feel revitalized and rejuvenated, a bit like a little bear emerging from a winter…

Skillet Saturdays: Red Pepper Egg-In-A-Hole

Well, the past month feels like a whole year. I’ve experienced the full range of emotions and although I’m still processing it all, I feel steadier, though also humbled and more gentle through it. I’ve been reminded of the blessing of family, the fragility of life, and the importance of health and honoring my body…

Skillet Saturdays: Chickpeas, Kale & Mushrooms

This is another example of finding three or four ingredients that you have available and, very simply, making a skillet. Spice blends are awesome to have on hand because you get balanced and developed flavors without having to think too hard or measure and prepare. This one has a generous sprinkle of Madras curry spice…

Skillet Saturdays: Lemon Berry Crumble

As we get closer to Christmas time seems to go faster and faster. The holidays can be so stressful and hectic, but they can also be really fun and cheery (and delicious). I try really hard to enjoy each moment and refrain from living in the future – planning and projecting. Cooking and eating keeps…

Skillet Saturdays: Rainbow Veggies

Today’s skillet is very simple and so beautiful! A standard-sized cast-iron skillet is perfect for two or three people but you could definitely make a bigger version in a casserole pan or an extra-large skillet. I LOVE color! In my environment,  and definitely in my food. Having a wide range of color pigmentation in your…