More and more people are wanting to go plant-based (which by the way – has many definitions and doesn’t have to mean vegan). However it’s hard to know where to start or what recipes will taste good!
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!
If you follow my page, you will know that I’m a huge fan of oats. I typically make overnight oats but this week I put together Baked Oats with inspiration from the viral TikTok Trend!
It’s time to debunk the notion that healthy cooking means cooking everything from scratch. We can break the rules and cut corners to save time and energy – in fact I encourage you to do that!
There is an overwhelming number of protein bars on the market to choose from. A number of these protein bars are not much different than chocolate bars, while there are a few that really are great choices.
Some weeks, I’m definitely more of a lazy meal prepper. This week was one of them!
I decided that I wanted to challenge myself to see how many meals I could make with the least ingredients possible – so here you are!
I used a buffet-style meal prep approach (more on that here) to put these meals together.
This week I only used the following in my meals: