What’s better than a big bowl of warm soup on a cold winter’s day? Not much if you ask me!
Winter is finally here! This week I’m teaming up with Mika Chan Sailor and the Cat Melon to bring you three videos to make your winter warm and cozy!
If you’re on a restrictive diet then these cookies will really hit the (sweet) spot. I’ve even given them to sugar eating friends and they loved them too!
Perfect for a cold winter evening.
Another win for the anti-candida, b.e.d. crew!
If you like lemons and haven’t tasted lemon curd then you’re in for a treat!
Finally! I’ve managed to bake a gluten and sugar free cake that actually tastes, well, like cake! It’s spice flavor is perfect for fall.
You probably read the title of this recipe and thought: “What? Japanese mojito? What on earth is she talking about?”.
If you’re on a gluten free, anti candida diet or just want something different instead of rice or pasta then this recipe is for you! Transform plain old millet (also works well with quinoa or rice) into something delicious!
One of the things I kind of miss being on the B.E.D. diet is iced coffee! Not so much for the pick-me-up but for the refreshing taste. So I figured out a way to enjoy a cold drink minus the gluten, dairy and caffeine! Check it out!
If you’ve been reading this blog for a while then you probably remember I had some issues with my gallbladder about a year and a half ago.
A suprise visit to my best friend’s place turned into an improptu lunch date.
I’m not the best when it comes to accepting the summer months and all the heat that comes with it…I’m more of a winter person I guess. One of the things that gets me through it though is ice tea! I always get asked by guests how I make my ice tea so I thought why not show you all how to make it too?! It’s super easy!
I love lentils. From a stew to a salad they’re so versatile and taste delicious both hot and cold. Here’s three versions of a lentil salad you can enjoy now that the weather is getting warmer!
Want a filling but light pasta recipe? Look no further, I’ve got just the treat for you.
Hey guys! I’m taking some time off from working and blogging today, so thought I would remind you of some older light lunch recipes, perfect after the Easter binge! Enjoy!
I’ve been going asparagus crazy lately, have you noticed? I’ve also recently jumped on the quinoa bandwagon so here’s a recipe you can try that uses the whole asparagus stalk. You just need to break off the tough 1 inch bottom.
Need a filling, hearty dish? Look no further than my baked bean casserole!
Hey there! Another asparagus recipe for this week’s Recipe Monday!
It’s asparagus season! Hooray! Here’s a quick and easy recipe for the first tender stalks of asparagus.
This soup is perfect the next time you’re craving something quick and spicy.
This carrot soup recipe is easy to make and very low in fat. If you opt for the vegetable stock it’s a great vegetarian dish too!
Happy Monday!Are you making a special Valentine’s day dinner for your darling? Well, you’re in luck cause I’ve got desserts covered!
Happy Monday! I’ve been wanting to try my hand at making donuts for a while now and thought this recipe was perfect.