This simple pasta salad is filling, tasty and perfect for barbecues and picnics. It travels well, tastes better with time and is a real crowd pleaser. The pesto recipe that is used to dress the salad is a versatile recipe on its own. You can use it to flavour warm pasta dishes, in soups or even as a spread on a wrap or sandwich. Continue reading “Lemon Pesto Pasta Salad”
This dessert is a fresh and light option for the end of a heavier meal, or to serve for those who don’t have a big sweet tooth. You can prepare the cashew cream a day or two in advance which makes the assembly of the dessert quick and easy. Continue reading “Fresh Figs with Honey Lemon Cashew Cream & Walnuts”
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”
A creamy, delicious no bake pumpkin pie. Dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan, this clean-eating pie lets you feel good about having a second slice. Continue reading “No Bake Pumpkin Pie”
Apple Nachos are a fresh, sweet and crunchy treat that make a great after-school snack…or mid-morning snack at work for adults. They also make an awesome breakfast!
Green beans are a popular vegetable around our dinner table. Generally I serve them steamed with a sprinkling of himalayan salt and cracked black pepper. But this salad is worth veering off the course of tried and true.
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.