This Butternut Soup is one of my most popular client recipes. Get your daily dose of beta carotene and vitamin C in a delicious, vegan, cleanse-friendly mug o’ comfort. Perfect first course for Thanksgiving Dinner!
Today’s Lunchbox: Lemon Basil Tomato Soup (recipe on blog, here: easy and delish, one of my most popular recipes), homemade Sweet P Biscuit (100% whole grain, recipe will be up on blog this week), strawberries, hard boiled egg and a Grizzly Paw from the freezer (p. 124 of my cookbook, Real Food for Real Families).
September 2014 Newsletter: Top 10 Kitchen Timesavers & Beta Butternut Soup
Here’s a quick salad that stores for a few days in the fridge and provides lots of protein, fibre and mexican flavour with the chili, cilantro and cumin dressing. If you have pre-cooked some quinoa this whips up in 5 minutes. It’s great as lunch on its own or as a side with dinner. To … Continue reading cancun quinoa
This one is for the moms and dads out there looking for a healthy, portable lunch option, although your kids just might surprise you and eat this too! It’s a delicious, nutritious, protein-packed lunch that stores and travels easily. Don’t skimp on the fresh herbs, they really make this dish! Ingredients: 1 c. quinoa, well-rinsed … Continue reading chickpea & quinoa tabbouleh
This is a super-delicious, cleanse-friendly salad that is packed with protein and therefore very filling. Salad Ingredients: 1 can, or 1.5 c. fresh cooked chickpeas, rinsed and drained 1/2 c. chopped red onion 2 small tomatoes, coarsely chopped 1/2 of a 454g block of firm organic tofu, chopped into 1/2” cubes 4 tbsp chopped … Continue reading moroccan chickpea salad
Ready to press the “reset” button and get back on track (or start) with your healthy eating efforts? Here’s a one-day, simple, clean-eating plan to get you started. Cut the sugar and refined carbs, pump up the veggies and you’ll be feeling lighter and energized by the next morning! Pre-Breakfast: cup of hot water … Continue reading one-day whole food cleanse
This is my attempt to replicate one of my daughter’s favourite local restaurant brunch items. For any of you trying to avoid gluten, breakfast can be a challenge. Most muffins, breads, bagels and waffles are made with wheat or other gluten-containing grains. If you’re tired of eggs and yoghurt, here’s a great option. I also … Continue reading curried scrambled tofu