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RICH AND INDULGENT HEALTHY HOT CHOCOLATE There is something homely and indulgent about sitting down with a blanket and a warm cup of hot chocolate. Even in Summer! Last week I shared my simple sugar-free hot chocolate recipe and this week I wanted to share a rich and indulgent healthy hot chocolate that’ll have you asking for more!...
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Brought to you by Nuffnang and Mission Foods.  All opinions are my own, as always đŸ™‚ If you saw the sneak peak of these Southwestern sweet potato wraps on my Facebook page then you will know that I have been itching to share the recipe with you!  It has to be one of my favourite recipe...
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A seriously healthy and quick salad to get Monday off to a healthy start.  This one pan kale and cherry tomato salad is inspired by one of my favourite bloggers The Honeybee by Andee Layne.  For the longest time I have been envious of her local food store’s kale salad.  While this kale and cherry...
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Meat.  It’s a staple food for many. The argument is that meat is a source of protein, therefore must be eaten regularly.  True, meat is a source of protein.  But did you know that you can also get good quality protein from plants, beans, legumes, nuts and seeds? And that brings me to this week’s...
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Crushing on salads at the moment, it must be the idea of Spring!  This crunchy apple and cucumber salad was one of the simplest salads I have made, but the flavour, texture and nutritional bang-for-buck makes this anything but simple.  A good salad has texture, taste and nourishes.  Does this one meet the criteria? Let’s...
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There are mornings that just call for peanut butter on toast.  Toasted ezekiel is a great healthy alternative to toast, that will keep you full for longer and provide you with the dietary fibre your digestive system needs. You all know that I love my zoats (zucchini oats), but I am definitely a little addicted...
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All information, opinions, and recipes are provided at my own opinion and should not be taken as prescriptive advice. Please seek professional advice before making changes to your diet or lifestyle.