Ground Turkey Potato Skins

When I was a child I loved potato skins. My father and I used to frequently eat out at a diner called Lime Rickey’s in Toronto, Ontario that had the BEST greasy potato skins. We would dredge them in sour cream and salsa. They were so delicious. My love for potato skins has not faded…

Caesar and Kale Chicken Casserole

This dish is a take on a recipe that a friend recently sent me. Hers was made with spaghetti squash and shredded chicken. I only had sweet potato and zucchini in the house and I love cubed chicken…so here is my version of this flavorful, creamy Caesar and Kale Chicken Casserole. My husband isn’t the…

Bodum Double Walled Glass Mugs

Happy Friday! Below is this weeks Friday Favorite… Bodum Double Walled Glass Mugs are my absolute favorite kitchen accessory. Like many of you, I am a huge coffee and tea drinker and have been on the hunt for a “comfy” mug for a long time, purchasing mugs that have cracked, overheated, were too large or…

Ramekin Meatloaves

These individual meatloaves are flavorful, juicy and full of vitamins. They are primarily made with chickpeas and carrots which add fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin K and Vitamin C to your meal. There are no grains in this recipe which lend to their moist texture.  The spice mixture adds a yummy tastebud tingle and flavor punch….

Chickpea Chocolate Chip Cookies

I am always looking for a healthy cookie recipe that is low in fat and high in fiber. I don’t like to cook often with butter and I’m constantly looking for alternatives. Mashed chickpeas are a wonderful additive to your baking as they keep things moist and add a nice amount of protein and fiber….

Gluten Free Challah

Here it is…GLUTEN FREE CHALLAH!! I worked hard to perfect this recipe for you. I experimented with different flours and thought that this recipe worked best for a soft, “close to the real thing” challah. Sprinkle with your favorite toppings or knead some raisins and cinnamon sugar right into the dough. The results are really…

Dry Brushing

Dry Brushing is my new favorite skin care routine and I’ll tell you why! Dry Brushing is an exfoliating technique that not only feels great but has many health benefits. It increases blood circulation, removes dead skin cells, helps to eliminate ingrown hairs, and is great for digestion! Yes…digestion! Some naturopathic doctors believe that by…

Sweet Potato and Quinoa Spaghetti with Meatballs and Homemade Tomato Sauce

Autumn is our favorite season specifically because of the wide variety of root vegetables available. Spiralized sweet potatoes are an excellent way to introduce your kids to these sweet and nutritious fall veggies as they resemble spaghetti! Top with grainless meatballs and homemade tomato sauce for an easy, no sugar added, gluten free dinner. I…

Zucchini Chips

I have been getting a lot of requests for this recipe, so here you go! These zucchini chips make a great side dish or afternoon snack. They are easy to make and take little time to prepare and bake. Zucchini’s are full of antioxidants and vitamin C and B. They contain anti-inflammatory properties and help aid…

Eucalyptus Shower

I follow a lot of health bloggers and I kept seeing articles about eucalyptus showers. The photos looked so beautiful it peaked my interest aesthetically. When I began to read the posts and the benefits of fresh eucalyptus, I knew I had to try it. Not only does it look beautiful as a home decoration…

Turkey Meatloaf With Homemade BBQ Sauce

This is the BEST meatloaf I’ve ever had! There is no added sugar in this recipe and everything is made with whole ingredients. No processed foods or grains! The sauce is delicious and full of fiber and the meatloaf has some hidden veggies. My kids had NO idea. Let me know what you think of…