The best hummus ever with just two ingredients! Make a batch of lemon tahini dressing first, then add chick peas and presto, hummus!
by Cheryl Whyte
Sometimes you just need something a little sweet, right!? Well, I’ve got a treat for you! These wholesome and healthy Coconut Blueberry Wholemeal Muffins are full of coconutty goodness and loaded with nutritious blueberries.
Whole wheat pancakes are fluffier, healthier, and more delicious than white flour pancakes. How do I know? My family devours them like dessert.
Our family’s favorite dill pickles! Packed with garlic and fresh dill, these crisp dill pickles will add a boost of flavor to any meal. This Czech recipe has been passed down through our family for generations.
Late summer produce goes into this autumn spiced chutney. Use as a milder substitute for cranberry sauce—it is very versatile! Dollop on top of your favorite white meat, spoon into turkey wraps, or serve it as a dip with sweet potato or apple chips, or both!
Turns out you don’t need culinary skills to make magic happen, or even yeast. No yeast donuts at home—a quarantine trick!
This Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie is the perfect way to start your day! It’s completely vegan, gluten-free and keto and is ready in just 5 minutes! It tastes like dessert but is made entirely from superfoods, so its incredibly nourishing for your body! Plus, with all these healthy fats, protein and fibre, it will keep you full all the way to lunch!
She-crab bisque meets mac and cheese in this epic pairing! This mac and cheese is gooey, spiced with Old Bay, and couldn’t be easier to make!
This Instant Pot Chicken Bone Broth is super quick and easy to make in the Instant Pot: rich, nourishing, amazingly delicious.
One-pan skillet chicken with tomatoes is not only easy, weeknight-friendly, and delicious (especially with bread for dipping), it’s also a welcome opportunity to experience joy.
This Sweet Potato Salad with avocado, tomato, onion, lime and cilantro is SO easy to make and is guaranteed to be a huge hit in any group! A vegan, gluten-free and Whole30 dish that can be served several ways, including as a salad, side dish, or as an appetizer dip with chips and crackers on the side. The recipe can easily be double for larger crowds.
A fresh and bright side dish for both Mexican and Asian cuisine. So easy, quick and delicious you’ll make it much more often going forward
These vegetarian lentil meatballs are amazing and you can serve them with just about anything! I will also show how to make these “meatballs” vegan and gluten free! Hope you enjoy.