Recipes 17 results
  • The Perfect Vinaigrette

    When you're busy and you get hungry.. the Perfect Vinaigrette comes in handy. It takes 20 seconds to make and turns a green salad into an explosion of goodness! Make sure you've got avocados and some nice crunchy vegetables. Kimchi is another great add-on loaded with probiotics.
  • Shepherd’s Pie for days

    Shepherd's pie (with ketchup) was my favourite meal growing up. I'm glad to have it back in my life (in the vegan form) because it's just as comforting, filling and as convenient as the traditional one. And I still enjoy it with Ketchup ;)      
  • Cozy Vegetable Curry

    Don't we all love a nice, rich curry dish to comfort our soul, especially during rainy seasons. The base of this sauce is simple so you can play around with spices and use your vegetables of choice. Potatoes, carrots, green peas, lemongrass, cilantro, chilli peppers etc. are all very fitting for this dish. Oh and it tastes even better the next day!
  • Almond Milk

    There's nothing better than fresh homemade almond milk! It's easily adjustable and versatile by adding different sweeteners and spices such as vanilla extract, almond extract, maple syrup, cinnamon, pumpkin spice, or even cacao powder for "chocolate milk". You can also adjust the thickness by changing the water quantity. It's amazing in cereal, oatmeal, tea, milkshakes, soup base etc. The best part is avoiding any harmful preservatives unlike the store-bought kind. It's fairly quick and ...
  • Fresh Spring Rolls with Ginger Dipping Sauce

    I think most of us are dying for spring to show up. Here's a nice colourful dish to brighten your day! Fill them with your favourite veggies, and a really good dipping sauce is key. I found this sauce recipe many years ago from this raw food recipe book; Delightfully Raw by Carmella's Sunny Raw Kitchen. It has been a keeper ever since.
  • Spaghetti Squash Puttanesca

    If you're looking for something extremely flavourful and comforting, you can't go wrong with this one! Inspired by this popular Italian dish "Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca", with pasta, olive oil, garlic, olives, tomatoes and cheese. I think I've mastered a healthy version of it! And it's so easy, all you have to do is bake everything in the oven then mix it all together. The cheese is optional, but only takes 5 minutes!
  • Curried Butternut Squash Soup with Cinnamon Croutons

    I love this soup for it's texture and rich flavour.. especially in the fall/winter season.  
  • No Bake – Dark Cherry Chocolate Cheesecake

      I absolutely love raw desserts! This one is rich and dense, it feels like a sin except you can pretty much eat it for breakfast! I highly recommend using a vita-mix for a smooth texture, and you'll want the help of a plunger.
  • Best Caesar Salad

      One of my all time favourite! I can just eat a huge bowl to myself as a meal, and sometimes I add massaged kale and/or boiled potatoes to it.
  • Feel-Good Mac & Cheese

      I grew up eating mac & cheese, so I HAD to come up with a healthy version. I got totally inspired by this amazing vegan book "Let's Eat" by Isa Chandra Moskowitz. The cheesy sauce is made of butternut squash, and I use the quinoa macaroni pasta for a gluten-free version. I also load it with steamed broccoli. The kids love it!