Lately, I’ve been on an overnight oats kick. I love it because it keeps me full for my morning run and provides me with so many nutrients. Before I started making my own almond milk, I wasn’t a huge fan of overnight oats. I swear it tastes so much better and is creamier when you use homemade almond milk, so if you have the time and ingredients, please try making it. Plus, if you make it yourself, you don’t have all of those other added ingredients.
This recipe makes one really large cookie. You can share or eat it all yourself. I won’t judge! I really like that it only makes one because if I have a chocolate craving, I won’t be left with a few dozen cookies. These cookies are also fun to make with a group of kids because each one gets to make their own cookie and do all of their own work. Plus, they get to customize it any way they like. Continue reading “Double Chocolate Monster Cookies”
This recipe is another quick one to make if you use a bread maker for the mixing. I really enjoy the combination of the crunchiness from the grains and crust and the softness and chewiness of the inside. We love this loaf for our sandwiches or avocado toast. Continue reading “Multigrain Bread”
When I used to buy my tortillas wraps from the store, I always went with the flavoured ones, hoping that I would get extra nutrition from the bit of added vegetables. However, you always get less tortillas for the same price…about 40% less! We have been making the regular tortillas for about 6 years, so I decided it was time to venture into making some flavour ones. It is easier than you think and will cost you much less. Continue reading “Spinach Tortillas”
I have been on a raw kick lately after discovering that my stove has a dehydrator function. It isn’t as handy as a real dehydrator, but it is a good alternative until I buy one. Continue reading “Sweet and Spicy Pecans – Two ways (Raw, Gluten-Free, Vegan)”
These are quick to make up if you use a food processor. You can double the batch if you want to have some extras to freeze or for some leftovers. These burgers are great for adults and kids! I serve with these buns.
You can also make these gluten-free by using gluten-free panko or bread crumbs. Continue reading “Easy Chickpea Burgers”