I know I have mentioned this in prior posts but for anyone who doesn’t know this fun fact about me: I grew up in Quebec. Quebec, the land of baguettes, quiches, and bottles of wine Continue reading “Paleo Smoked Salmon Quiche”
I almost feel weird calling this a recipe because it’s not. It’s just a breakfast idea. And frankly I think most people could use a little bit of inspiration when it comes to breaking Continue reading “Breakfast Salad with Smashed Avo”
I’ve never been much of a smoothie person actually, until about 1 month ago. I do love my breakfast, but I always figured I’d rather eat it than drink it. I have had a problem fitting my breakfast schedule around my yoga though. Continue reading “Mojito Green Smoothie”
Every year for Christmas, my folks send me a package in the mail. They get pretty excited about it (so do I) and through the years I have seen some pretty random stuff in that box. Good Continue reading “Coconut Blueberry Pancakes (gluten & dairy free)”
I don’t know if the snow on the ground if sending my brain subliminal messages to go down-south by making me crave mexican food, but a few mornings ago, guacamole was on my mind, and I needed Continue reading “Mexican Poached Eggs”
Any of you guys remember my Shakshuka post? The following recipe might remind you of that for two reasons; it’s got eggs and it’s cooked in a skillet. Continue reading “Roasted Red Pepper Egg Skillet with Fresh Pico de Gallo”
Mmmmm, crêpes…So many happy childhood memories.
I am not sure if I’ve mentioned this in any previous posts but I grew up in Québec, aka French Continue reading “Apple & Mushroom Crêpes (gluten-Free & dairy-Free)”
Usually when I’m craving carbs, I tend to go to starchy vegetables rather than grains. For health reasons, I generally avoid them, as I don’t want to fill my belly with unhealthy phytates (anti-nutrients). Buttt, once in a blue moon I crave grains and just go for it.
I’ve had my eye on this breakfast idea for a while. Although I had never tasted this before making it myself, I had heard of it and thought it sounded delicious. I recently ended up in an Israeli ran restaurant called Greengos in Guatemala, and I saw the word ‘Shakshuka’ on the menu and actually had no idea what it was.
Have I mentioned I am a huge pesto fan? Well now you know! I usually make my pesto with pistachios but the health food store was all out this morning so I had to improvise. Cashews are always my base as they add a creamy texture any sauce, so I decided to keep that as a part of the recipe.