Peanut butter pie, banana date muffins and more

Holidays and rainy days are great excuses to whip up some delicious treats — not that you need an excuse! I used the Easter weekend to catch up on some recipes I’d saved and wanted to test out.

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Homemade veggie soup

One of the most satisfying dishes on a cold and dark evening in the middle of winter (looking at you, February) is hearty, homemade soup.

This version is easy to throw together, is packed with vitamins and vegetables, is filling without unhealthy calories, and can be stored in the freezer for a delicious supper down the road. So, make a big batch! Continue reading “Homemade veggie soup”

This week’s kitchen creations

What did I make this week, you ask? There was a range of concoctions — from sweet to savoury to drinkable to crispy to crunchy and more. Needless to say, we have a lot of eating to do at our place. Fine by us!

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My Go-To Recipes

Sweet without the sugar – my go-to, no-guilt recipes

After a sugar-induced holiday season last year, Adam and I vowed to have a sugar-free January and clear our bodies of the stuff. We made a pact to not consume refined or added sugar in any of our foods, which immediately eliminated a lot of desserts, sugar-laden store-bought snacks, and unnecessary extra calories that were hidden in everyday products (cereal, granola bars, yogurt, bread, spreads and condiments, etc.)

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