This soup is inspired by one Dr. Will Cole includes in his Ketotarian meal plan. I love this soup because it is warming and delicious, but most of all because it is filling and vibrant. Continue reading “Minestrone-Inspired Cauliflower Rice Soup”
Piccata is traditionally made with chicken, but translates perfectly with tofu. I have been working on this dish for a while and hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Extra-firm tofu is dredged in seasoned chickpea flour, and then served with a lemon, white wine caper sauce. It is perfection. It is a great dish for spring and summer served with a side of fresh greens, asparagus and mashed cauliflower. Continue reading “Lemon Caper Tofu (Tofu Piccata)”
This pasta comes together nice and quick, uses fresh spring-flavoured ingredients. You can use whichever pasta you like to toss into this pan sauce and top with fresh herbs, lemon zest chili flakes or a fresh drizzle of olive oil. The next day it makes a great cold salad and tastes just as good. Continue reading “Mushroom Zucchini Pasta with White Beans and Pesto”
Holiday entertaining time is fast approaching. Here is a recipe for a sweet potato appetizer that you can serve. It is a healthy and totally delicious starter that will add a pop of colour to any appetizer tray and wow your guests will a big flavour. Continue reading “Sweet Potato Appetizer”
Dairy-free, naturally creamy tomato soup with delicious and simple ingredients. Makes up in minutes. Vegan, plant-based goodness in a bowl. Continue reading “Plantiful Bowl of Tomato Soup”
A really simple way to transition to a more plantiful diet is to up the plant-power in a familiar meal, like spaghetti. Spring is the perfect time to start greening up your favourite pasta dish. This recipe switches out the marinara for a primavera that’s filled with cremini mushrooms, rainbow chard and green peas for a wallop of nutritional goodness.