Pumpkin Coconut Soup

This soup was our starter for both Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve dinner! When I say it is delicious, I am not lying, since my entire family (including the pumpkin haters 😉 absolutely loved it! This soup makes an amazing comforting and light meal (especially if it is a cold winter where you are located). You […]

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Ratatouille

Ratatouille is a Provinçal French vegetable stew, which originated in Nice. This dish was a staple meal in my household growing up, which my family continues to enjoy today. While the recipe provided below follows the more classic and ‘fancy’ method of preparation, which is oven baked, my family actually prepares it on the stove, […]

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Pumpkin Pancakes

What a better way to start a gloomy fall day than with some spiced pancakes? This recipe comes free of sugar and gluten, yet can be adapted to whatever you have in your pantry! If you are not a fan of pumpkin, you could substitute it with any other fruit puree of your choice (applesauce, […]

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Dumplings

A wonton is a type of Chinese dumpling which is commonly eaten in soups or deep fried. The variations of wonton change from the different regions in China, however, I will be guiding you through the traditional ‘steamed’ version of this dumpling. Additionally, note that the vegetables used in this recipes can definitely be altered […]

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Lentil Bolognese

This simple and comforting pasta sauce recipe is perfect for the days when you crave comfort food yet still want to eat something nourishing. Made out of simple ingredients, the recipe comes very flexible with optional ingredients and easy substitutions, to make sure that you can enjoy this with what you most-likely have on hand […]

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Middle Eastern Bowl

Apart from their great nutrition profile buddha bowls are a great way to include a variety of nutrients into a meal. Whether you can’t get yourself to cook or happen to have quite some leftovers, these also make a perfectly convenient option. This following recipe takes a Middle Eastern twist on the classic, and hopefully […]

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Crêpes

Crêpes are a staple dish from France; while they originated from the northwestern region of Brittany, they have gained popularity across the nation, and even across its borders. While savory galettes tend to be vegan (as they are made with only buckwheat flour and water), their sweet counterparts are made with eggs, milk and butter. […]

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Classic & Creamy Hummus

I’m sure you must by now be familiar with hummus; a savory dip/ spread made of garbanzo beans, which originates from Middle Eastern cultures and is common amongst the Mediterranean. As an excellent source of plant- protein, this dish is perfect accompanied with some fresh vegetables or served with pita bread. Additionally, this recipe is […]

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Bretzel

In honor of National Pretzel Day, here is an authentic German Bretzel recipe. These are truly not as complicated to make as you’d expect and are perfect for your breakfast (accompanied with some margarine 😉 or even turned into sandwiches! Once you achieve the overall base of this recipe, the creativity of what to do […]

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Cauliflower Alfredo

When in the mood for comfort food, this is the recipe you want to go to! While it is just as satisfying as the regular dish, this recipe calls for a vegetable as the base of the sauce! (a perfect way to add your veggies in 🙂 Ingredients: 1 cup of cauliflower florets 1 cup […]

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