Unlike other beetroot lattes I’ve seen which rely on beetroot powder, this one actually contains beets which makes it thick and creamy and all sorts of sweet without the need for any added sugar.
These raw tahini hemp bites are naturally sweetened with dates and make the perfect bite size snack.
This lentil, carrot and quick pickled fennel salad makes the perfect light yet satiating lunch or dinner all on it’s own or paired with some roasted vegetables and/or a spread on whole grain sourdough. It comes together quickly for a delicious nutrient dense meal.
These whole spelt cornmeal muffins have a wonderful texture and a slight sweetness making them perfect for breakfast. They are delicious on their own at room temperature or slightly warmed up and spread with nut butter and jam.
This elixir is loaded with the healing powers of turmeric, ginger, honey and lemon. It’s a great way to support and strengthen the immune system during the cold and flu season. It also helps fight inflammation, aids digestion and makes a wonderful warming drink, whether it’s first thing in the morning or at bedtime.
These Chocolate Chip Cookies are prefect for snack anytime of the year but are guaranteed to please Santa at Christmas. They’re great for dunking, vegan, made with whole spelt flour, are refined sugar free and can be made oil free.
This creamy sunchoke, leek and potato soup is rich in flavour, deliciously satisfying and satiating yet light. It makes a perfect winter warmer any night of the week as the main course accompanied by crusty bread or as a starter to a more elaborate meal, especially for the holidays, as you can double, triple or quadruple the recipe to feed a crowd without much thought, it’s really forgiving.
This vegan, oil free, refined sugar free Spiced Loaf Cake with a Sticky Maple Glaze is sweet, warming and perfect with a hot mug of tea. Cozy and full of holiday comfort and spiced with the flavours of cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and nutmeg. It’s made with whole spelt flour and rendered perfectly fluffy and moist with fruit purée and nut butter.
These blondies are made with a chickpea base that is flavoured with tahini, slightly sweetened with pure Canadian maple syrup and marbled with a pure and natural homemade apple butter. The result is a nutrient dense treat that you can feel good about eating.
Adas bi hamoud is a traditional Lebanese lentil (adas) soup that is made with chard, potatoes and lots of lemon (aka hamoud). It can be made brothy like a soup or dense like a stew. For a more dense version, increase the amount of lentils to half a cup. Otherwise, follow the recipe below for a brothy soup version. Either way, you get a nutritious, delicious and satisfying meal for lunch or dinner any day of the week.