We’ve all been cooking more at home during these challenging times, which is fantastic! However, it can be challenging to cook for someone with a nut allergy. In addition to always having your EpiPen auto-injector available at all times, you can manage a nut allergy by swapping out nuts for nut-friendly allergy ingredients in common family recipes. Let me show you how!
Okay, you may have seen the ‘Tortilla Trend’ trend on social media already. Have you tried it? It’s super easy! They’re supposed to resemble something that you would order at Taco Bell.
If any of you know me in real life, you’ll know that I certainly have a sweet tooth.
Last week I posted an image on Instagram about incorporating veggies at breakfast. A number were skeptical about how veggies could be added to oats…so I’m here to show you how to do that! Check out the recipes below! We have an apple cinnamon cauliflower overnight oat, a zucchini bread overnight oat and a carrot cake overnight oat!
In Canada, we’re now entering the coldest and most dreary time of the year. The holidays are now behind us. Personally, I would love to fast-forward to spring, as I’m not the most cold-adapted person!
This weekend, I was craving comfort foods. Comfort foods to me are warm foods but also foods that have some nostalgia to them. What do comfort foods mean to you?
One of your top requests were for more budget-friendly meal preps – so here you are!