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How this pie came about was a bit strange because for some odd reason I was craving a Banana Cream Pie or a Coconut Cream Pie (I think I’ll make that one next), but I’ve never had a slice of Banana Cream Pie in my life; or not that I can remember anyways. Regardless of where this craving came from, I hustled into the kitchen to whip up my first Banana Cream Pie. Let’s get to the recipe so you can satisfy your own cravings. Continue reading
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One of my best and longterm friends is a registered dietician and she always takes about making chickpea curries, so after some googling, I’ve settled on this recipe. The perfect balance between spicy and savoury, this dish is packed with goodness, thanks to the chickpeas, fresh herbs and coconut milk. Considering you can make it basically out of canned food (which is great if you are in a time crunch), it’s surprisingly easy too. You know the drill BS’ers, let’s get to this recipe. Continue reading
Posted in Dinner, Easy, Fresh herbs, Healthy, International Food
Tagged chick, chickpea, cilantro, coconut, curry, dinner, easy, food, healthy, indian, pea, pulses
There are MANY great things to say about Nanaimo Bars: One – they are a delicious, authentic Canadian treat, Two – a beautiful town in BC where I have relatives and Three – my FAVOURITE type of square. Then combine this with a cupcake. Helllllooo hybrid of awesomeness! I’m drooling already, so let’s just get to the recipe.
Posted in cupcake, Dessert
Tagged almonds, bar, buttercream, canadian, chocolate, coconut, cupcake, icing, nanaimo, treat, Vanilla
The other night I was really craving something with a bit more of a ‘junk food’ taste, but with the weather outside being -45°C I really didn’t feel like braving the cold to grab something to eat and I also didn’t want to pay for delivery, so I looked through an empty fridge to see what I could make to satisfy some cravings and wouldn’t take too long to make. I then remembered I had a bottole Red Clover Blossom Syrup that I received as a gift and I’ve been wanting to use for a while. The creation to combine a craving & this unique syrup? Red Clover Blossom French Toast topped with Toasted Coconut & Pecans.
Posted in Bread, breakfast, Dessert
Tagged acres, bedard, blossom, breakfast, cinnamon, coconut, creek, easy, egg, french, pecans, quick, red, saskatchewan, syrup, toast
Before eating this creation, I never thought of quinoa to be a breakfast food, to me it was just a salad adder or rice replacement. But long behold it can be quite delicious for breakfast!! This early morning meal is hearty, packed with healthy options and seems very ‘fall-like’ to me! To make things even quicker in the morning, I made the quinoa the night before and tossed in the ‘extras’ in the morning! Don’t be afraid to alter this recipe to your taste, adding more fruit and nuts, other spices, etc. Remember, it’s your breakfast!! Let’s get to the recipe:
Posted in breakfast, Easy, Healthy
Tagged breakfast, brown, cherries, cinnamon, coconut, cranberries, different, easy, healthy, hearty, quick, Quinoa, sugar, tasty, warm