I think it’s pretty apparent that I love beets, I mean… hearts & beets, ya know? When I saw a recipe for bright red beet waffles I got super excited, but then I got to thinking about adding chocolate and got a little distracted. I had to forgo the bright beautiful colour in order to make these gluten free chocolate beet waffles instead, but it was oh so worth it. They taste like a super rich fudgey cake and with some local maple syrup and strawberries on top, it’s like dessert for breakfast, mmmMMM.
This recipe combines all of my favourite things; avocado, matcha, cacao butter, ginger and honey. These super rich avocado matcha truffles are the perfect little after dinner treat. As someone with a massive sweet tooth, all I needed was one of these little suckers to satisfy my sweet craving. With minimal ingredients and super quick to whip up, these are the perfect late night sweet treat, and hey, it’s St Patrick’s Day, so there’s that too.
When I was young I didn’t like s’mores. Not because they’re not delicious, but because they’re messy to make and the process of assembling them gave me anxiety.
Well younger me, do I have a solution for you, you little weirdo!
Just when you think you got a handle on things… you don’t.
Need to whip up some last minute sweet treats for someone you love on this fine Valentine’s Day? How about some Heart Beet Chocolate Chunk Cookies ♥
Cashew what cheese? Cashew NUT CHEESE.
There are many a joke to be made about the wonderful world of nut cheese, but we’ll save those for another day.
There are two ways to make coconut butter: the easy way and the hard way.
I’ll explain the hard (and expensive) way and then share a recipe that is EASY as can be.
I’m known by many as a berry crumble aficionado. Well, pretty much just myself in my head, but ya know… I guess that still makes me an authority on the subject.
There’s a common theme going on all around me. From friends, to family, TV commercials and beyond. They’re talking about the F word… Fall.