Tag - gluten-free

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Chocolate Raspberry Balls
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Creamy Potato Dill & Bacon Soup
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Bison Shepard’s Pie
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Quinoa Granola Bars
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Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon
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Zucchini Chocolate Chunk Cookies
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Cherry Nice Cream With Chocolate
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Sweet Potato Egg Bake
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Spicy Roasted Chickpeas
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Blueberry Chlorophyll Balls

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. ¬† Read More

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Creamy Potato Dill & Bacon Soup

Creamy Potato Dill & Bacon Soup

I don’t know about you, but I used to be afraid to eat bacon. ¬†It’s too high in fat, I thought. ¬†That’s one thing I credit to Paleo, is it helped me release my fear of animal products and fat, which are actually great for hormonal health. ¬†That being said, I opt for pastured, organic, local bacon over the stuff you find in the grocery store. ¬†And what better way to use bacon than in this delicious Creamy Potato Dill & Bacon Soup. Read More

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Bison Shepard’s Pie

Bison Shepards Pie

It’s that time of year where my body craves warm comfort foods! ¬†Shepard’s Pie is definitely one of those complete comfort meals with meat, veggies and starch! ¬†I swapped it up and used ground bison for a change, which was delicious. ¬†Shepard’s Pie is an easy, quick, one-dish meal that can also be frozen for later. Read More

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Quinoa Granola Bars

Quinoa Granola Bars

I’m not gonna lie, I love sweets! ¬†I mean who doesn’t like a little sweetness in their life. ¬†I don’t think I trust people that say they don’t like anything sweet. ¬†It just doesn’t make sense in my brain! ¬†That being said I don’t like how I feel when I eat too much sugar, especially the processed white stuff. ¬†Over the years I’ve transitioned to using natural sugars like maple syrup (Canada No.3 is my favourite), stevia, coconut sugar and one of my faves, raw honey, which is what I used in the recipe for my Quinoa Granola Bars. Read More

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

Can we talk about how much I hate diets and diet culture? ¬†I promise I’ll get to these delicious Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, oh and caramelized onions! ¬†Sooo good! ¬†I know hate is a strong word but I hear conversations all the time between women and stories of the diets they’ve been on. ¬†I’ve talked about this before but until diet culture lays to rest, it bears continued repeating. Read More

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Zucchini Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Zucchini Chocolate Chunk Cookies

I was gifted some zucchini from a family member’s garden and made Chocolate Zucchini cake last week, but still had quite a bit of leftover zucchini. ¬†I decided I need more cookie recipes on the blog, so created these Zucchini Chocolate Chunk Cookies. ¬†They are loaded with zucchini, shredded coconut, walnuts, rolled oats and chocolate chunks. Read More

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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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Sweet Potato Egg Bake

Sweet Potato Egg Bake

Learning how to cook good, real, whole foods helped me branch out, away from my self imposed restrictions.  I realized how good nourishing food could actually be and let go of my low fat, sugar free, low calorie food like products.  This Sweet Potato Egg Bake is one of those pretty simple, yet delicious meals that nourishes me on more just than just a physical level. Read More

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Spicy Roasted Chickpeas

Spicy Roasted Chickpeas

Chickpeas are pretty darn versatile legumes. ¬†I mean you can use them to make hummus, blondies, toss them onto salads, throw them into smoothies (I haven’t tried that one yet) or make crunchy little treats by roasting them. ¬†The flavour combos are so versatile as well whether you prefer sweet, salty, herbs or spices. ¬†I decided to go with some heat for these Spicy Roasted Chickpeas. Read More

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Blueberry Chlorophyll Balls

Blueberry Chlorophyll Balls

Balls, they make for quick, easy, portable snacks and there’s so many options and varieties available. ¬†I wanted to make something colourful and vibrant using liquid chlorophyll and blueberries. ¬†The chlorophyll didn’t end up being as bright as I’d hoped but they’re still colourful and of course taste yummy! Read More

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