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Holiday Recipe

The Shamrock Shake In my early twenties, I would have been opting for a green beer this St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Instead, I’ll be happily sipping on my Shamrock Shake. The best part? No hangover ;-). But let’s be real, the majority of people will be indulging in their fair share of celebratory beverages. This sweet and creamy smoothie makes the perfect pre-game breakfast or hangover helper. Stock Up Alcohol depletes your body of key nutrients like B vitamins, magnesium, and zinc. So it’s essential to stock up on foods rich in these vitamins and minerals before and after a night of drinking. And we all know that drinking dehydrates you, further depleting your electrolytes (ie. potassium, sodium, calcium, and magnesium). That’s why this Shamrock Smoothie is so great - it contains all those nutrients stolen by a night of green beer and Irish

Hot Holiday Punch A party isn’t a party without punch. And my mom happens to make the best punch. So I, of course, borrow her recipe for all of our holiday occasions. And since we always visit with friends on New Year's Eve, I usually bring a pot of this to simmer on the stovetop. Not to mention it smells insanely good. The combination of baked oranges, cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg fill the house with the most warming aroma ever. Switch It Up I’ve adapted my mom’s original recipe using 3 cups of each juice to using slightly less pineapple and orange in favour of filtered water. I prefer to use a little more water to cut down on the excess of juice calories and amount of natural sugars. By adding the honey or stevia, you’re still able to have a beautifully sweet punch. When I'm

Holi-YAY My favourite part of the holidays? Christmas brunch. The ol’ turkey dinner gets so much of the spotlight, but brunch is totally where it’s at. I’ve been making the Christmas morning spread for as long as I can remember. Savoury crepes, eggs benedict, and sweet potato pancakes with fresh jam are the staples on our holiday brunch menu. And in honour of my family’s most loved recipes, I’ll be sharing one each week leading up to the holidays. Warm Gingerbread Smoothie Starting it off is my Warm Gingerbread Smoothie! This recipe is the perfect smoothie to whip up before you head out the door for last minute holiday shopping. I usually make this first thing Christmas morning to keep me fueled through present opening and brunch prep. Boosters By adding in the optional boosters, you’ll be giving yourself a meal in a glass! Hemp hearts