This makes a perfect weekend brunch or lunch, and it just so happens to be gluten and dairy-free! The sauce whips up in 3 minutes in a food processor or good blender, and if you have leftover rice you can throw the rest together in about 5 minutes.
These whole grain biscuits are just a wee bit sweet and a whole lot tasty. They whip up in just a few minutes and make a perfect side to any meal. Keep them vegan by using non-dairy milk.
These parfaits are a delicious way to celebrate the harvest (or just enjoy a creative breakfast any old time!). Use fresh pumpkin puree if you have it, but unsweetened canned will also do the trick in a pinch.
Anyone who knows me has heard me “gently rant” about the limited amount of veggies most Canadian kids are taking in daily. As parents, we should be striving to feed our children a minimum of 5 servings of fruits and veggies a day, and in my opinion at least 3 of those should be vegetables. … Continue reading veggies for breakfast? You bet!
This one will save your bacon on a busy morning (it’s vegan, so, it will also literally save your bacon! 🙂 Make the night before, pop it in the fridge, and cook it up in 20 minutes. Or, even better, bake it fully the night before, and just reheat in the morning for a quick, … Continue reading baked berry oatmeal