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Breakfast

Chia Seed Pudding with Honey Pecans Have you ever had chia seeds before? I love adding them to smoothies, salads, and baked goods. But I especially LOVE making them into a super tasty Chia Seed Pudding. When chia seeds come in to contact with a liquid, they turn gelatinous. This makes for a perfectly healthy little pudding. The little black seeds are chock full of nutrients, too. Let’s quickly go through a few of them: High in antioxidants, vitamins & minerals (vitamins A, B and E + magnesium, iron, and calcium) Rich source of omega-3 fatty acids Excellent source of protein Great source of fibre My Chia Seed Pudding recipe serves four people with two tablespoons in each serving. The best part? Just two tablespoons of chia seeds provide 4.7 grams of protein and 10.6 grams of fibre. The Big Calcium Debate Contrary to

Cauliflower Hash Browns I’m going to go out on a limb and say cauliflower is my favourite vegetable. I love all the ways I can cook it up - especially these cauliflower hash browns. They are the perfect companion to your weekend breakfast or delicious as a quick snack. I love pairing this with my Rosemary Garlic Aioli, too! Cauliflower Power The white vegetable is actually part of the cruciferous family, which are known to be great liver cleansers. Cauliflower contains the phytonutrient glucosinolate, an active compound that supports enzyme production. Your liver uses these specific enzymes to flush carcinogens from the body. This powerful vegetable also contains sulforaphane, which has been shown to kill cancer stem cells. It’s also incredibly anti-inflammatory for the body. Reducing inflammation is key to helping prevent disease. Mix It Up I love when people take my recipes and put their

Two-Ingredient Sweet Potato Pancakes I’m all about sneaking more veggies into the diet anyway I can. That’s why I love these Two Ingredient Sweet Potato Pancakes. Plus, they're SUPER cute. C’mon look how tiny they are! Tiny things are always cuter. I make a batch of these ahead of time (uncooked) so Jackson and I can enjoy a quick breakfast during the week. Just scoop out some of the pancake mixture and into the cast iron pan it goes. Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes are an awesome first food for babies! It was one of the first foods we introduced to Jackson. They are so rich in nutrients - especially the antioxidant, beta-carotene. Consuming lots of antioxidant-rich foods is important to help your body fight off free radicals. We want to keep free radicals in check because they damage cells and contribute to both aging

Simple Crepe Recipe Out of all the recipes I’ve ever made for my family, this crepe recipe is the one they love most. I’ve been making this same crepe recipe since I was 12 years old. Whether it was our big Christmas brunch, a cottage breakfast, or birthday request - these crepes were getting made by the dozen. I usually serve this with a big assortment of fillings like scrambled eggs, avocado, local organic bacon, maple syrup, nut butter, or homemade jam. Easy Peasy I love that you can make this crepe recipe ahead and freeze them! Just make sure you put a layer of parchment paper between each crepe. This makes for a super easy Christmas morning breakfast with zero fuss! But hey, this recipe is definitely one to keep on hand all year. You’ll totally love it! Shoutout to my little brother,

Chocolate Quinoa Porridge with Nut Butter & Banana My Chocolate Quinoa Porridge is the fastest breakfast ever. Since it’s made with quinoa flakes, you’ll be enjoying this hearty breakfast in under 5 minutes. Quinoa flakes are essentially just pressed quinoa, which take no time at all to cook up. There are so many combinations of tasty additions you can enjoy with the quinoa porridge. My favourite is a cacao, nut butter and banana combo. Cacao is the healthier alternative to cocoa powder. Essentially, cacao is raw, unprocessed chocolate that’s made by cold-pressing unroasted cocoa beans. Cold-pressing the beans preserve its nutritional content. In contrast, cocoa powder is full of sugar and has been heavily processed with the majority of it’s health benefits destroy.   Plant Fuel I love fuelling my body with this quinoa porridge because it provides some incredible plant-based protein. Just one