Banana, Carrot & Cranberry Muffins

Here is a great new recipe to start off your week – you for sure are going to want to bake a batch of these up asap! These flavour-packed healthy muffins are butter and refined sugar free, and are made instead with pure maple syrup and coconut oil. The combination of mashed bananas, sweet carrot, … Continue reading

Quick & Easy Breakfast Quesadilla

Bored of your go-to breakfast? How about trying my delicious, quick and easy breakfast quesadillas? My 5 year old gobbled this up and loved dipping into the sour cream and guacamole (aka to her as “whackamole”). Mom and big sister enjoyed it very much too – very yummy! Big thumbs up from the kids. This … Continue reading

Sarah’s Homemade Granola

My dear friend Sarah is one of my biggest supporters in keeping up my wee blog : ) We both have a love of baking and cooking and we often share recipes and drop off bits of this and that for each other to try. For my Birthday Sarah dropped off a delicious batch of … Continue reading

Oh She Glows Trail Mix Cookies

I am always looking to try all sorts of different recipes, especially to mix-up after school snack time. These are delicious vegan and gluten-free cookies from one of my favourite blogs by Angela Liddon (her book is fantastic too!). They are packed with all sorts of bits and bites and using the base recipe you … Continue reading

Morning Muesli Cookies

Delicious breakfast cookies packed with oats, coconut, nuts and dried fruit. The perfect accompaniment to a cup of tea or coffee or alongside fruit and yogurt. Also a great after-school treat for the kids! Ingredients: 1  1/2 cups of large flake oats, or your choice of gluten-free oats 1 cup of unsweetened coconut (flaked or … Continue reading

Power Pancakes

I was inspired by my yummy Power Waffles recipe that the whole family loves, to develop an equally delicious power pancakes recipe! The results are fantastic! I made them on the weekend, then froze them on baking sheets and popped them into freezer bags, so that I all need to do is pop them in … Continue reading