If you love matcha like I do, then you’ve got to try this chia seed pudding! This pudding is packed with nutritional value including antioxidants, omega-3s, protein and fibre from the chia seeds will keep you full and energized as a healthy breakfast or mid-day snack. This 5 ingredient pudding is super easy to make… Read More Matcha Chia Seed Pudding
I was craving for pancakes one day. Who needs pancake mix when you have greek yogurt? With additional yogurt in the fridge, I decided to try my hand at making pancakes with greek yogurt. I also used whole wheat flour for an extra “healthy” spin on these. They turned out nice and fluffy like your… Read More Greek Yogurt Pancakes
I had a bunch of veggies in the fridge and an extra tub of Greek yogurt that needed to be used. I already made greek yogurt oat/banana/coconut/chocolate chip cookies the night before, but needed to come up with something else! With friends coming over, this was the perfect time to make a dip. This was my… Read More Greek Yogurt Veggie Dip
Ever wondered how to make sushi rolls? Sure, it looks easy to make, but I think it would take more than a few tries to master the technique. Unless you have one of those “perfect sushi roll makers.” Do they actually turn out perfect? I’ve always wondered. Anyways, making sushi is as fun as it… Read More Homemade Sushi Rolls
Kale is of great nutritional value to you; the leafy vegetable contains betacarotene, vitamin K, vitamin C & calcium just to name a few. It is a form of cabbage and kind of reminds me of brussels sprouts. When I was younger, I never really enjoyed brussels sprouts because simply, they just didn’t taste good.… Read More Kale Chips: Have More Than One!