Leftovers are one my favourite things in this world! There isn’t much that beats cooking once and eating twice, right? That’s why, as part of this month’s Healthy Starts theme, I wanted to share a healthy leftover recipe.
I like to make this Spicy Peanut Pasta Salad the day after I make spaghetti because I inevitably end up with too many noodles.
These Walnut Bran Muffins are, hands down, the best bran muffins I have ever eaten. I mean, these guys are the KING of the bran muffins! And that’s no small feat since a good, much less GREAT, bran muffin is hard to come by.
In my quest to find a good bran muffin over the years, I choked down a lot of really bad bran muffins. I did it for the fibre and health benefits but the taste always left much to be desired. Then I was introduced to these Walnut Bran Muffins…. Continue reading
Photo: Courtesy of Simple & Delicious magazine
The new year is upon us and if you are anything like me, you are thinking about getting a healthy start. That’s why, for the month of January, I am very excited to be hosting “Our Growing Edge,” a monthly link up for bloggers, with the theme “HEALTHY STARTS”
This Greek Pasta Toss is the perfect recipe for YOUR healthy start because it’s also quick (30 minutes), as we all know that the new year doesn’t bring any extra time!
This is one of my favourite, quick and healthy dessert recipes. It’s a simple recipe that can be thrown together last minute for a potluck or holiday gathering. And it’s the perfect easy recipe if you are charged with bringing dessert but are short on time.
This is one of my favourite dips to serve on New Year’s eve or at any holiday party. In fact, this is the best hummus I have ever had and it’s actually adapted from a Weight Watchers cookbook recipe. It only takes 10 minutes to throw together so it’s perfect for prepping during busy holiday times. Continue reading
Sometimes mistakes are just meant to be. That is exactly how these festive Red Velvet Brownie Balls were born…
But here’s what I was actually trying to make: