vegetarian 3 results
  • We Planted A Garden!

    Callum and Liv have taken an interest in planting and watering flowers so I decided to involve them in this year’s gardening adventures. Please let me begin by telling you three things: I am no expert gardener – I plant it, and if it grows we eat it! Our garden is teeny tiny. We had no plan. Just fun! I do love taking my garden gloves off and getting my hands right into the earth. There's something restorative about it.  And I love watching my kids get dirty in the ...
  • Savory Gluten-Free Crackers

    I think most of you know what a few of my favorite things are: cookies, muffins, smoothies, and pumpkin seed flour! I’m slightly obsessed with it lately, but that’s a good thing. Pumpkin seed flour is a super nutritious way to get some vitamins and minerals from your diet. You must use raw pumpkin seeds though! Roasted pumpkin seeds don’t have the same oil content, or the same nutritional value. This recipe for gluten-free crackers was born for a good cause. My friend Tess from ...
  • Omega 3 White Bean Dip

    I like bean dips because you can sneak all sorts of goodies into your food processor and end up with a protein-boost. It’s fabulous. Plus, my kids love to dip! When I’m feeling a little lazy, it’s so easy to grab a can of beans and whip up a nutritious bean dip. It’s also really easy to use some leftover cooked beans to make a dip. I added some hemp hearts to this bean dip recipe so I could up the amount of heart-healthy omega 3's.  They help reduce cholesterol and lower your ...