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Super Antioxidant Smoothie

This Super Antioxidant Smoothie with swiss chard and pear is the best way to start your day. Swiss Chard is one of the most nutritious vegetables around. wiss Chard is perhaps most celebrated for its high variety of antioxidants. Researchers have found at least three dozen of antioxidants in Swiss Chard, much higher than most vegetables, that help combat oxidative stress. Antioxidants are your best defense against fighting the stresses of our daily living environment and therefore crucial for your health. Read More

Vegan Raspberry Thyme Sorbet

OMG. This Vegan Raspberry Thyme Sorbet is heaven. Technically, it’s a sorbet and not an ice cream. Plus it looks like a granita as it does not scoop well. But what’s in a name. It tastes absolutely amazing. It’s vegan and it’s raw. It’s not too sweet, as I like my sorbets to have a bit of a tangy taste. The fresh, juicy raspberries are the first things you’ll notice in this lovely sorbet. The Thyme and the Mint in the honey add a distinctive herbal and pungent flavor. Do need I to say more?Read More

Black Bean Quinoa Chili

This spicy Black Bean Quinoa Chili is healthy, nourishing and balances blood sugar. It’s full of flavour and packed with nourishing vegetables and protein in the form of quinoa and black beans. When you struggle with blood sugar imbalance it’s important to eat mostly slow carbs in plant form. This recipe is full of slow carbs that release sugar in your bloodstream slowly, such as shallots, tomatoes, zucchini, red peppers and parsley. Read More

Spicy Roasted Pumpkin Soup

This Spicy Roasted Pumpkin Soup is a hearty, filling soup to keep you going on a cold day. I just love a steaming hot bowl of sweet pumpkin soup. However, most of the pumpkin soups I have had this year were a bit bland. Now I love the depth of Indian flavors so I decided to inject my Pumpkin Soup with Indian spices such as ginger, cumin and coriander. This soup comes close to a spicy, aromatic Indian Dahl. It has a lots of healthy fresh ginger in it. Ginger warms the body, it boosts immunity, has strong anti-inflammatory properties and is a natural painkiller.Read More

Free Christmas E-book For You!

I have created an e-book with delicious and healthy Christmas recipes. The holidays are a typical time of the year where we tend to 
overindulge at our meals. If you are anything like me, you love to eat 
delicious food. Food to drool over, to enjoy and share with family and friends. I have come up with seven different holiday recipes with tantalizing flavors that are high in nutrients and insanely delicous. All recipes in this menu are gluten-free, vegetarian and dairy-free (optional).Read More

Blueberry Quinoa Porridge

This Blueberry Quinoa Porridge is a delicious and healthy gluten-free breakfast option. Gluten is a protein most commonly found in wheat and other grains, such as barley, rye and spelt. If you’ve ever tried to avoid gluten, you know how hard it is to find great substitutes in your local store. Most gluten-free breakfast cereals are loaded with sugar and expansive. If you are struggling with gluten allergy, intolerance, or sensitivity, making your own is worth your while. Read More

Chickpea Crêpes With Mushrooms

These chickpea crêpes with tofu, kale and mushrooms are a spin on one of my favorite Indian dishes, a North Indian dish called Chole which is basically a Chickpea Curry. Instead of using chickpeas in the curry, I have made crepes with chickpea flour and fresh coriander. I have made a spicy tomato curry of tofu, kale and mushrooms. It still has that delicious spicy flavor of the original dish but is a healthier version of the one that I used to make. Read More