This year I baked several types of Christmas cookies of which I made these vegan and gluten free Salted Caramel Coconut Cookies. They were a nice addition to my usual cookies and I’m sure I will be making them again next year. Funny how they were the first to vanish off the cookie plate! Continue reading
So let’s say you have a friend, relative or maybe even an enemy that is Vegan and/or Gluten free. And let’s say out of the goodness of your heart, you want to do something nice for them…like off the charts nice. May I (highly) suggest that you make a batch of these truly amazing cookies. I can’t make promises for your enemies loving you but it’s sure worth a try. I will say that this cookie recipe is a wee bit pricier to make but I can’t recommend it enough! They taste so amazingly good and you would never know that they are V&GF! If you decided to keep all the cookies for yourself, I wouldn’t be surprised. Continue reading
Summer is in full swing with no shortage of fresh vegetables to get creative with. This salad pulls once serious punch of flavour. Super-duper healthy — your body is going to love you for this one! Make sure you pack the leftovers for your lunch the next day. Your taste buds are in for a treat! If you’re going to serve this salad with something else, I would suggest a dish with a milder flavour.
I used a vegetable sprializer to make the zucchini and carrot noodles. If you’re a kitchen person like me, the spiralizer is great gadget for your fresh vegetables. Vegans and vegetarians would get a tonne of use out of it. Continue reading
So easy and VERY tasty. This recipe is sure to please. For a Gluten free option be sure to use Tamari instead of Soy Sauce. Continue reading
Here’s another favourite recipe that is bound to please! Great for company. This impressive salmon dish is for 2 people but can easily be doubled or tripled for your guests. The sauce is very forgiving. You can easily tweak it by adding more of the one ingredient you think it needs. If you find it too strong a flavour, just add water 1 Tbsp at a time, bring to a boil to thicken, and then taste. Continue reading
These little morsels are great for salads or snacking. Highly addictive. Continue reading