Despite the scorching temperatures in Toronto today, I couldn’t stop myself from making this blueberry crumble! With all of the gorgeous summer produce we have in Ontario, it would be wrong to not take advantage of it and bake or cook some beautiful dishes. So here we are with this delicious Wild Blueberry Almond Crumble that can be used as dessert or breakfast— and yes, I definitely had some for breakfast this morning with some coconut yogurt!
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As I write this, Toronto is experiencing a mini heat wave and the sun is shining! It still feels a bit funny to be writing about fall-inspired recipes but considering how quickly Toronto’s weather can change, it’s only a matter of time before the chill will be back—sorry, but you know it’s true!
Simple, creamy homemade cashew milk without any preservatives, thickening agents or other funky ingredients. You won’t miss dairy with this recipe!
We’re living in some hectic times right now which is why I felt like it was necessary to create a comforting recipe to help ease our nervous systems and connect with baking. This is a super simple granola recipe that will definitely make breakfast a little more exciting!
I LOVE this time of year. Toronto has always been full of Halloween cheer and I’m so grateful to experience Halloween in this city. Seeing all the little kids run through the leaves, up to the houses to collect candy, all excited…it’s just the best.
There’s something about this time of year that always re-energizes my love of recipe creation. I think it’s the cooler weather that makes us stay indoors longer and the fact that my body craves for grounding, warming foods. Generally at this time of year, I would suggest root vegetables and warm broths to ‘ground’ your body, but this time around we’re gonna go with muffins, haha!