Chipotle Buddha Bowl

I love when I cook up a couple ingredients and it comes together to make a delicious meal. That’s what happened with this bowl. It was a simple dish with lots of veggies and very filling. It was vegetarian but you could add roasted chicken or beef too. You could add tofu or edamame for…

Cucumber Veggie Rolls

If you’re looking for a light and nutritious snack, you need to make these veggie rolls. I used this recipe (link here). There are just a few components so it was super simple to make. I also love all the colours of the different vegetables, they were so pretty. I actually put some fresh dill…

Recipe #50: Roasted Fall Vegetables

This was a really basic recipe for roasted veggies. I did replace the potatoes and butternut squash for an acorn squash but all the other vegetables were the same. I was excited about the fennel because I had never tried it before. But I have to say, I am not a fan of it. I…

Festive Toast

I love toast (including this one Sweet Potato Avocado Toast). This morning I made 2 different kinds of toast. The first one with avocado and sliced cucumber was delicious and I knew it would be since that’s my go-to variety. The other one had ricotta cheese (leftover from my Lasagna Rollups) and pomegranate arils. This one was…

Roasted Chicken with Sides

Dinner last night was a really nice meal, I was impressed with how it turned out. It was very nice, mexican inspired. There were 5 components to my plate: Roasted chicken – nothing fancy about that Rice and beans – sautéed some onion, added the rice and soup, let it cook. When it was done,…

Veggie Peanut Salad

I haven’t been eating the best recently so I tried to get back on track with lots of veggies. I made this salad with shredded zucchini and carrot, diced red pepper and edamame. The dressing is peanut butter, soy sauce, honey, lime juice and sriracha. Two notes when making zucchini salads: squeeze out as much…

Beef Stirfry

Wow, two posts in one day! For dinner tonight, I made a beef stirfry with bok choy and peppers. From start to finish, including prep time, it took about 30 minutes, which is pretty good. I flavoured it with some soy sauce, sriracha and a bit of honey to balance the heat. It’s simple food,…