Calm Inducing YET Energising “Vegan Matcha Drink” (easy, quick, healthy)

Did you know that matcha can be an excellent calming, anti-anxiety drink? I found this out a couple of years ago when going through a rough patch (we’ll say a ‘rough patch’ shall we and leave it at that lol!). I was researching various anti-anxiety herbs and testing them out on myself (with rather positive [...]

Easiest Vegan Ice Cream – ONLY 2 ingredients and divine! No refined sugar.

Today my beautiful friends we are going to take healthy, decadent deliciousness to a whole new level! Not only is this vegan ice cream insanely creamy and divine, but it's also ridiculously easy. How on this sweet precious Earth could something THIS easy be so delicious I will never know!  I must admit that I [...]

Gluten-free Vegan Lentil Lasagne with Creamy Cashew Sauce

Goodness, gracious me this is delicious! Considering I'm not really a pasta person, this is rather exciting. I found great delight in creating a deliciously healthy, gluten-free vegan alternative to the traditional Italian lasagne. So here we go. Lasagne refers to the flat pasta sheets. It is thought that these sheets are one of the [...]

Parsnip & Potato Farinata Slices – gluten-free vegan

During my travels to Vancouver Island, a friend and I picked up some locally grown parsnips from an organic farm stand... and then it happened. "Parsnip & Potato Farinata." I swear the parsnip spoke to me. So I listened! The freshly harvested, often under-rated parsnip wanted to show off its earthy, sweetness. When I closed [...]

Beet Buddha Bowl Bites – jam packed with plant-based goodness

These little nuggets of deliciousness have been so popular lately - perfect to share here on my blog. I made them as an option for the Buddha bowl session on my recent workshop on Vancouver Island - a delightful complement to a whole medley of different salads and dips. Oh my goodness we had so [...]

Scottish Oatcake Recipe (gluten-free oats, sunflower seed)

Oatcakes were an alternative to bread in Scotland for centuries, and, still very much enjoyed there. Oats are one of the only grains that grow in Northern parts of Scotland, so it makes perfect sense that it would have been a staple food in times past.   Traditionally made with oatmeal, oatcakes are a crunchy, [...]