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Brought to you by Nuffnang and Mission Foods.  All opinions are my own, as always ūüôā 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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I love a good pancake.  And when I made these vegan protein pancakes last weekend I knew I was on to a good thing!  It was Pancake Sunday after all! If I had a few extra minutes up my sleeve I would probably make Pancake Sunday an every-day thing, and now that I have a...
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I am excited to say that my toddler and I will be enjoying Chocolate this Easter! ¬†A strange comment coming from a health food blogger, but not when it’s healthy homemade chocolate. Chocolate in it’s most common form is made with dairy milk and a heap of unnecessary sugar. ¬†Sure, it tastes amazing, but I...
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It’s almost EASTER, when¬†hot cross buns are an essential food. Last weekend I spend a fair few hours trying to create healthy hot cross buns for those watching their sugar intake. ¬†Holidays, whether it be Christmas, Easter, birthdays or any other celebration, usually result in an over-consumption of sugar. ¬†Well, not this year, because I...
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This spiced pumpkin loaf recipe would have to be one of my favourites to date and one that I keep coming back to.  Super simple to make, delicious to eat and free from dairy, gluten and sugar. This time of year there are SO many pumpkin spice recipes floating around.  While I came across some...
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Since news of the frozen berry health scare I have been super vigilant about checking food labels.  Not for the usual fat, sugar, salt, or for the ingredients, but for PLACE OF ORIGIN!  Unfortunately, and after some quite lengthy research I have learned over recent weeks that not all food is created equally.  Especially when...
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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.