Baked Chicken Patties

  These baked chicken patties make quick meal prep and are a great alternative to red meat. And they’re gluten free and FODMAP friendly! Chicken patties are fun to eat; they’re like cookies! But I’m not a fan of standing over a stove and individually...
Chunky Tomato Cabbage Soup

Chunky Tomato Cabbage Soup

When Bracha asked me for the recipe for this cabbage soup to share with her readers; my first reaction was to say no because of embarrassment. Not that I’m modest or shy, but because this recipe is so simple. For the amount of compliments this soup received it didn’t...
Chewy Granola Bars

Chewy Granola Bars

Granola bars are the ultimate energy-boosting snack, and these are so simple to make because they don’t even need any baking!  These are great for traveling, because they’re portable, are protein and fibre-full (AKA the stuff that makes and keeps us...
Quinoa Breakfast Cookies

Quinoa Breakfast Cookies

Quinoa cookies make a great make-ahead breakfast. They’re quick to make, and freeze well, so all you gotta do is pop a couple in the oven in the AM, and enjoy a whole grain, fruity, delicious brekkie! I considered making these like a pancake, but I am not a fan...
Making sense of the pasta aisle

Making sense of the pasta aisle

I’m a big pasta fan. I can easily eat it 2-3 times a week (and that’s saying a lot. I like variety in my food😊).  This is NOT an ad, nor a sponsored post despite the pictures. If you follow me on Instagram you’ll be familiar with my weekly...
Sweet Potato Crusted Potato Knish

Sweet Potato Crusted Potato Knish

Mashed potatoes is a total comfort food, and also a staple dish at many holiday meals. A knish upgrades everyone’s favorite side dish into its sophisticated cousin by stuffing it into a crusty outside. Go outside the expected, and welcome Autumn, by swapping the...
What’s for Lunch?

What’s for Lunch?

Lunch is one of your most important meals of the day (breakfast and supper being the others 😉). Packing a lunch is one of the best things you can do for sticking to your eating and budgetary goals, but it can be tricky coming up with lunch ideas day after day. I have...
Fig & Oat Squares

Fig & Oat Squares

Figs, to me, are a special occasion fruit. Traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashana, it’s a fruit I look forward to each year. (Figs are in season June to September). The tang of the skin, the sweet and creamy flesh combined with those crunchy seeds is a sensation...