Chocolate Raspberry Balls

Chocolate Raspberry Balls

Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner I whipped up a Chocolate Raspberry Ball recipe. ¬†If I’m being real though, I’d make these bad boys anytime because chocolate is good all year round. ūüėČ ¬†I used my favourite dark chocolate to coat the raspberry filling, which allows these to stand up to room temperature. ¬† Continue reading “Chocolate Raspberry Balls”

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Cherry Nice Cream With Chocolate

Cherry Nice Cream With Chocolate

When I discovered you could use frozen banana’s to create an ice cream like desert, commonly known as “nice cream,” I started keeping my freezer stocked with frozen bananas. ¬†It’s an easy and quick way to make a healthy, frozen, sweet treat when you’re all out of ice cream. ¬†Of course there are so many variations as well like this Cherry Nice Cream With Chocolate.

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Raw Blueberry Lavender Cheesecake

Blueberry Lavender Raw Cheesecake

I love it when I have a stroke of genius in the kitchen and create something as unique, beautiful and delicious as this Raw¬†Blueberry Lavender Cheesecake. ¬†I mean look at those colours! ¬†Sometimes recipe creations are my creative outlet and this one definitely did the trick. ¬†It looked so nice I almost didn’t want to eat it…..who am I kidding, I definitely wanted to eat it! Continue reading “Raw Blueberry Lavender Cheesecake”

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Blackberry Mango Buckwheat Crisp

Blackberry Mango Buckwheat Crisp

If you’re a fan of apple crisp then I’m sure you’ll love this variation too! ¬†I used frozen mango and blackberries, which makes this recipe even easier. ¬†I’ve got a grain free version of apple crisp on the blog as well but for this one I used rolled oats and buckwheat flour for a thick and delicious topping. Continue reading “Blackberry Mango Buckwheat Crisp”

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Chocolate Buckwheat Granola

Chocolate Buckwheat Granola

Homemade granola is super easy to make and a tasty topping for smoothies, oatmeal and yogurt. ¬†I’m all about texture and my Chocolate Buckwheat Granola delivers, along with nutrition and flavour! ¬†It also makes the house smell nice and cozy.

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Pumpkin Pie Squares

Pumpkin Pie Squares

I’m one of those obnoxious pumpkin lovers this time of year. ¬†I make homemade Pumpkin Spice Lattes, pumpkin oatmeal, smoothies, chia pudding, chili, soups and desserts! ¬†Not ashamed at all, which is why I’ve created these Pumpkin Pie Squares! ¬†The crust of shortbread like, with a pumpkin pie filling topped with lightly toasted walnuts, sweetened with maple syrup. Continue reading “Pumpkin Pie Squares”

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Pumpkin Pie Balls

Pumpkin Pie Balls

These Pumpkin Pie Balls are in season and so easy to make. ¬†I used my usual base of medjool dates and cashews, added pumpkin, coconut flour and spices. ¬†You could substitute some of the coconut flour for your favourite protein powder to give these guys a protein boost too. ¬†Otherwise they make for a quick, easy and portable snack. Continue reading “Pumpkin Pie Balls”

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Boosted Chai Kudzu Pudding & Latte

Boosted Chai Kudzu Pudding

I love fall. ¬†I love summer too, but fall is a bit nostalgic because it’s so short here in Alberta. ¬†I love the colour of the leaves as they change to yellows and oranges. ¬†I love the crisp air, sweaters, boots, soups, stews, pumpkin and chai. ¬†Chai is warming and perfect to add at this time of year. Continue reading “Boosted Chai Kudzu Pudding & Latte”

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Cherry Chocolate Skillet Cobbler

Cherry Chocolate Skillet Cobbler

I had the pleasure of doing a guest post for the talented Christal of Nutritionist in the Kitch today! ¬†I’m sure most of you know of her and her gorgeous food blog but if not, what are you waiting for? ¬†Head on over and admire her creative recipes and beautiful food photography! Continue reading “Cherry Chocolate Skillet Cobbler”

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Kabocha Squash Banana Ice Cream

Kabocha Squash Banana Ice Cream

When I first discovered you could use frozen bananas to make ice cream, I was ecstatic! ¬†That was back when I’d first discovered food blogs and they opened my eyes up to the possibility of eating healthy without sacrificing on taste. ¬†I was used to eating plain oatmeal with cinnamon and apples or dry, skinless chicken breasts with dry brown rice and steamed broccoli without butter! ¬†That sounds so bland and not satiating at all, to me now! Continue reading “Kabocha Squash Banana Ice Cream”

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