Banana Milk Coffee

Here we go… another one of my coffee experiments. This wasn’t my favorite experiment but it was pretty interesting. When I think of Banana Milk, I think of those yellow Milk to Go banana flavored milk.  Hmm actually, I wonder how that would taste with coffee.  For this recipe, you do need to start with…

Cashew Cream Cheese

Cutting out cheese and dairy has been really tough but creating alternatives that work is easier than you think. This is a simple Cashew Cream Cheese that still has the creamy taste you want. It doesn’t replace cream cheese but satisfies your craving. Start by soaking your cashews for at least 3 hours. Overnight is…

Oreo Hack: Does it Work?

So the other day I stumbled upon a life hack that I really wanted to try. Can soaking these cookies actually make mini ice cream sandwiches? I first tried soaking the Oreos in some half and half for about 5 minutes but they really fell apart. My second attempt, I only soak them for 3…

Hummus

I started buying hummus for wraps for lunch but I realized that I could easily make my own. When you look up ingredients and recipes, you wouldn’t believe that it was that easy. There are a variety of different hummus flavours and recipes online. This is a simple cilantro hummus. To make this hummus you…

Pickled Red Onion

Sometimes it is hard being a mom. You don’t often get much time to make fancy meals and sometimes a sandwich for dinner will have to do.  I recently came across a recipe that is really simple to make and can add a little something to your sandwiches and burgers. Take about three red onions…

Lemon Roasted Artichokes

Artichokes are strange and foreign to a lot of people. I love them but they are expensive for the amount of stuff you get. Artichoke hearts are the meatiest and the most delicious part of the vegetable. Here is a simple way to cook them. Begin by prepping the artichokes for roasting. Cut them in…

Cheesy Bacony Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprout. Some hate them, some love them.  I love them, no matter how they are cooked.  I think if you are a hater, you will love these Brussels sprouts because they are cheesy and gooey and the bacon makes them oh so tasty. This is also a great side dish to bring to a…

Chinese Eggplant and Bean Stir Fry

Eggplant is a hard vegetable to cook. Its not great if its undercooked but gains a ton of flavour when its cooked just right. Here is a simple Chinese inspired eggplant dish. To prepare your eggplants, slice them up and sprinkle it with salt. Let them sit for at least 1 hour. This process will…

Easy Flax Cracker (Gluten Free)

Need something to make something for your Christmas party?  Well I have a quick and easy recipe for you.  These flax crackers!  They are super simple to make and you can customize the flavor and pair it with different dips. These are also gluten free!    Soak about 1 cup of flax seeds in 1/2-3/4 cup…

Teriyaki Chicken with Pineapple

Have you every wanted Chinese food but not wanting the order it from a restaurant? This is a recipe that satisfies the fast Chinese food that I craved. Its a versatile dish that you can change the meats and veggies. Give it a try! Start by mixing up the sauce. You will need 1/2 cup…

Cloud Bread

I have been wanting to make this recipe for a long time, but then I stopped eating eggs and kind of forgot about it until recently. This weekend I decided to try it out.  It only takes 4 ingredients and doesn’t take that long. It is also a good gluten free alternative to bread. Start…

Easy Natural Sweetener

As you may know, I still struggle with eczema.  It isn’t as bad as before but it will get worse with the holiday season coming up.  This is mostly because of all the sugar!! To fight my sugar cravings I made this date paste.  It is so sweet and tasty.  I love it on toast…