Mmm is there anything more comforting than mac and cheese? How about mac and cheese that you know you can enjoy because it’s dairy-free AND it’s a complete meal because it’s got a hefty amount of protein and fibre? Ummm…sign me up!
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Do you ever bite into something and think “wow, this tastes just like summer/fall/winter/spring in one bite”? Yeah, this recipe is definitely fall in one bite! My Sage, Cranberry And Quinoa Stuffed Butternut Squash is packed with all the warming goodness of fall and packs a nutritional punch. With the quinoa, chickpeas and squash, you get a decent amount of fibre and protein, ad the cranberries add the perfect amount of sweetness!
To mark the beginning of Fall, it seemed fitting to start the season off with a stew recipe. This one is inspired by a recipe from Oh She Glows and hits the mark on the cozy soup scale. At this time of year, our bodies crave warming, grounding ingredients, and this stew is full of them.
If you’re a salmon lover like me, you will love this new recipe! Not only because 1. it has salmon, but because 2. it is sooooo easy! The cabbage on the side is also one of my favourite ways to eat cabbage— to be honest, I think I eat cabbage like this every week. It’s my favourite way to have cabbage! Oh, and if you’re someone who likes to get dinner ready in under 30 minutes, this recipe will be ready to eat in 30 minutes tops!
The leaves are slowly starting to fall and the chill is slowly setting in ( and I mean slowly, because as I’m writing this post, Toronto is supposed to have 20+ weather this whole week!) But hey, we’re not gonna let the confusing Toronto weather squash our excitement for Fall, are we?
If you’re eagerly soaking up the last of the summer rays, these grilled shrimp tacos will help you hang on to those sunshine vibes! Accompanied by a summery peach salsa filled with bright citrus and fruity notes, let these tacos quench your thirst for more of the sunny season.