Happy Spring 2018 everyone! On this week, I am sharing with you another healthy gluten free muffin recipe. I made these super-moist chocolate muffins for the Easter weekend. This recipe is one of my favourites since I started baking. They are great for breakfast, snacks or as a dessert.
This recipe is one of the best ways to introduce okra to your family if you haven’t tried it yet. Many people consider okra a “slimy” vegetable and stay away from it. You can avoid most of the slimy texture if you know how to properly prepare it.
Bread is one of the most common and readily available items in any grocery stores, so you might ask why I even bother with a bread recipe? The answer is that homemade bread is free of preservatives, superior in taste, texture and way more nutritious that most store-bought brands.
Nut milk is healthy, tasty and delicious. It has a creamy texture and nutty taste. Almond milk is a great alternative for lactose intolerant people or for those trying to consume less dairy and great for vegans and vegetarians.
Guacamole is an avocado dip originally from Mexico, but everyone has their own version these days. This is a recipe that I learned during a family vacation in the Dominican Republic.
This recipe is really tasty, delicious and it’s extremely easy to make. Yes, you heard it right – it’s an easy-peasy recipe! 😉
I love coconut and chocolate. I try eating a small piece of dark chocolate everyday. This recipe combines chocolate and coconut with all the goodness of these two super foods in a healthy dessert.
We have been enjoying the spring greens since the farmer’s market was officially opened for the season. The goodness in fresh produce can’t be beaten. Fresh vegetables are awesomely tasty and healthy!
Roasting roots and vegetables is one of my favourite methods of cooking them. Beets in particular are perfect for roasting. The roasting process allows them to retain their bright colors and enhances their naturally sweet flavour.
Bitter melon has always played a crucial role in my diet from a young age to this date. It’s is a gourd-like vegetable plant with green wrinkly skin that is highly nutritious, but tastes really bitter.
Happy Spring 2017 everyone! For this week I am sharing with you a healthy gluten free muffin recipe. They are the fluffy, soft, melts-in-your-mouth kind! They are equally delicious for breakfast, snacks or as a dessert.