Chocolate Tahini Oatmeal Cups (Vegan GF)

Sharing a super versatile one-bowl recipe! There’re so many options for substitutions – any nut or seed butter, plant-based milk and sweeteners of all sorts would work!

Super Soft Paleo Banana Bread

This banana bread is super soft & moist with deep banana flavour! The texture and flavour is so close to regular banana bread which is typically made with wheat flour and white sugar. It’s free of grains, dairy, and refined sugar. And it’s also a one-bowl recipe…gotta love that! – it’s a keeper! Recipe adapted…

Matcha Olive Oil Muffins (Gluten Free, Dairy Free)

The slight earthiness and floral notes of matcha blends incredibly well with the grassiness of extra virgin olive oil, which also gives the cake a subtle savoury flavour, making it only not too sweet. The addition of almond flour not only imparts a yummy nutty flavour to the cake but also makes the crumb super tender and moist. It also helps form a crunchy and crackly crust on top which is so satisfying to break apart and contrasts with the soft crumbs nicely!

Cauliflower Rice & Quinoa Sushi Rolls

Here’s a low carb, high protein version of sushi maki rolls! Instead of the regular white sushi rice, I used riced cauliflower and quinoa, combined with the secrete ingredient…… HUMMUS!

Creamy Hot Chocolate with Adaptogenic Mushrooms (Vegan, DF, GF)

Christmas time = daily dosage of hot chocolate for me! I have yet to find a good store-bought hot chocolate mix that’s dairy free and doesn’t use refined sugar or additives (most hot chocolate mix out there are way too sweet for me anyways!). This recipe uses simple ingredients, it’s easy to make, and it’s…

Peanut Butter & Jelly Muffins (Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free)

PB & J… Such a classic combination!! These muffins are tender with a chew almost like sticky pudding, flavourful but not too sweet, loaded with protein & fibre, and such a fun recipe to make! Recipe modified from The Minimalist Baker (oh I love all her recipes especially when it’s one-bowl!) Ingredients 2 batches flax eggs (2 Tbsp…

Pumpkin Muffins Made with Almond Flour (Paleo, Gluten-free)

Another pumpkin recipe for the fall season! When you crack open a big can of pumpkin puree, you gotta use them up in all kinds of baking (check out my pumpkin shortbread bars recipe here). The results are some yummy muffins to keep in the freezer and warm up for a quick and nourishing breakfast!…

Coconut Pumpkin Pie Shortbread Bars (GF DF)

Looking for a recipe that screams fall and easy to put together? Why not take your ordinary pumpkin pie up a notch by turning it into shortbread cookie bars! I’m trying (hard) to eat gluten free and so I made the shortbread crust with almond flour. The result is amazing! The crust is crunchy, rich,…

Purple Sweet Potato Pie (Ube!)

I love the color of purple sweet potatoes! So elegant! They are also called ube and purple yam, and they’ve been a popular food trend in the past few years. They’re often used in Filipino & Japanese cuisine (usually in desserts but there’re a number of savory applications too!). The texture is similar to other…

One-bowl Banana Muffins (Gluten Free, Dairy Free, & Egg free option)

Sharing a good banana muffin recipe that I found on the Mama Knows Gluten Free blog! Such a nice base for GF muffins that are as good as the “real deal”. *Disclosure: I only recommend products I would use myself and all opinions expressed here are my own. This post contain affiliate links. If you use these…

Creamy Mushroom Soup (Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Vegan)

I had lots of mushrooms, and the best way to use them up quickly before they go brown & slimey is to make a soup! It’s getting a bit chilly here as the Fall weather comes, so a warm bowl of nourishing soup is perfect! One of the great things about cooking with mushrooms is…

Banana Oatmeal Pancakes (Gluten & Dairy Free!)

I found this super easy Banana Oatmeal Pancakes recipe made right in the blender from Ambitious Kitchen. They’re gluten and dairy free, and also don’t contain any white flour or sugar. They’re fluffy, moist and subtly sweet on their own, or you can add maple syrup for extra sweetness! Perfect for a Sunday breakfast. Recipe…

Why Are Sprouted Nuts, Grains, Seeds and Legumes Better For You?

The sprouting of nuts, grains, seeds and legumes has been an age-old practice in many cultures around the world for thousands of years. I wonder if our ancestors somehow knew about the health benefits of sprouting at the time, or it all happened simply by accident due to the shortage of food and preservation methods,…