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Stuffed Butternut Squash with Buckwheat

Stuffed Butternut Squash with Buckwheat

Stuffed Butternut Squash with Buckwheat and Vegetables, a delicious and healthy vegan dish that is perfect to reset you after the Christmas feast. An easy and simple recipe that you will fall in love with. Don’t you just love it when you stumble on a…

Ris a la mande

Ris a la mande

This sweet traditional Danish dessert is typically served at Christmas in Denmark. It’s rich, creamy and best served chilled with a cherry compote on top. This has become one of my favourite desserts in recent years. Not only because it’s so easy to make. But,…

Simple delicious Chilli sin Carne

Simple delicious Chilli sin Carne

This simple delicious Chilli sin Carne is going to warm you up from head to toes on a cold winter night. It’s bursting with rich flavour and warming heat and very easy to make.

Close up of chili sin carne

Imagine warm socks and candle lights, a pot full of Chilli on the stove and you wait in anticipation for the beans to reach that perfect tenderness. Yes, I know, a bit dramatic but, this is just how much I love a good chilli.

Just think of all the wonderful ways to serve up good chilli. It can be served on its own as it can quite stand for itself, it’s always good with some grains like rice or quinoa. But, I really like serving chilli on top of a baked potato and dollop fresh-made guacamole on top and of course a little sour cream.

A versatile recipe

The number one reason why I love making a batch of chilli is the fact that you can serve it up in so many different ways. In this recipe, I chose to serve the chilli on top of baked potatoes.

Here are a few creative ways to serve a Chilli sin Carne:

  • With cooked rice
  • On top of a loaded nachos
  • In a baked potato
  • Baked with cheese and nachos on top
  • Baked in a Mexican lasagna using tortilla wraps instead of lasagna sheets
  • In Enchiladas
  • In burritos
  • Baked inside a Pepper
  • On top of a pizza
  • As a sloppy joe
  • On it’s own with a piece of bread

Simple and delicious Chilli sin Carne

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Classic chocolate chip cookies

Classic chocolate chip cookies

Perfect vegan Maryland style chocolate chip cookies. Be prepared to be impressed by these crunchy delicious cookies. A true family favourite! One of the things every home has to have is their own classic chocolate chip cookie recipe. We have been playing around with a…

100% FREE Vegan Christmas recipe ebook

100% FREE Vegan Christmas recipe ebook

Get my 100% FREE Vegan Christmas Recipe Ebook now! 12 Easy and delicious recipes that will get you in that holiday spirit! I’m so happy to be able to share with you my first ebook. Cookies & Desserts. The book contains 12 vegan Christmas recipes…

Vegan and gluten-free blueberry streusel muffins

Vegan and gluten-free blueberry streusel muffins

These vegan and gluten-free blueberry streusel muffins are so light and fluffy on the inside but the crunchy streusel top gives them a great texture. These will be a hit at any party!

I think it’s fair to say that anything with blueberries is a total hit with my family, well, at least most of us. Blueberry muffins are a timeless bake and perfect for any occasion. They are so sweet and bursting with flavour. Imagine having one as a treat in your packed lunch or as a cheeky snack?!

Just look at those juicy berries exploding on the top surrounded by the crunchy streusel topping. I just wish I could have one right now. Honestly, these are one of the best muffins I have ever made and the best part is that everyone in my family can enjoy them since they are totally gluten-free.

We use Bob’s Red Mill 1-to-1 gluten-free baking flour for our gluten-free treats. I love how it just makes everything easier. You can literally replace flour in the same quantities and the texture is absolutely spot on!

Vegan and gluten-free blueberry streusel muffins

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Vegan and gluten-free carrot cake

Vegan and gluten-free carrot cake

This vegan and gluten-free carrot cake is incredibly delicious, light, fluffy and flavourful. It’s covered with a zingy cream cheese frosting and is the perfect cake for all occasions! Nothing beats a classic carrot cake, and to make it even better this one is also…

10 questions to help you declutter

10 questions to help you declutter

10 questions to help you declutter. If you are having a hard time figuring out what to keep or what to let go as you declutter, use these 10 helpful questions to ask yourself in the process. We all have different reasons as to why…

5 easy freezer meals

5 easy freezer meals

Learn how to create 5 easy freezer meals to help you make your life just a little bit simpler.

As the holiday season starts to get closer many of us might start to feel the pressure. It’s no lie it is a busy season. You probably have Christmas events to go to and have to do the holiday shopping and maybe a bit of cleaning.

I want to help, just a little bit and share with you these 5 easy vegan meals that are perfect to make and freeze.

5 easy freezer meals

Just a few notes before we start…

The soup freezes great but I would not try to freeze the chickpea crumble, you want it to be as fresh as possible, it only takes a few minutes to make.

The falafels are perfect to make in a batch and have on hand in the freezer, you can take out as many as you need and put them in the oven to thaw and heat up.

For the Chana dal curry, Chilli and Chickpea tagine it’s totally up to you whether you choose to pre-make the rice/couscous/potatoes and freeze. For me, I prefer them freshly made so I only freeze the stews and then make the rice as needed.

5 easy vegan freezer meals

Carrot and sweet potato soup

Easy vegan and gluten-free falafels

Chana dal curry

Chilli sin Carne

Moroccan chickpea tagine

I hope these recipes come in helpful for the holiday season, they are all quite healthy and filling.

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Sweet and Sour Cauliflower

Sweet and Sour Cauliflower

Sweet and sour cauliflower. These crispy bites are just like you would get in an Asian restaurant but probably a bit healthier, but just maybe! When I was a kid I used to love sweet and sour sauce. It was my go-to option at Asian…