Green Beans Gremolata

Green Beans Gremolata is an easy vegetable side dish that’s simple to make and packed with flavour. Made on the stovetop with a handful of ingredients you’ve probably already got on hand, this vegetarian recipe comes together quickly and can be made at the last minute or served at room temperature.

green beans gremolata on a white and blue platter topped with lemon halves
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How to Make a Vegetarian Cheese Board

Learn how to make an amazing Vegetarian Cheese Board! Choose a selection of vegetarian-friendly cheeses and the best cheese platter to make a fun, tasty, and easy appetizer or party spread.

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Stuffed Acorn Squash

This Stuffed Acorn Squash Recipe makes a beautiful and delicious side dish or vegetarian main. Made with a gluten-free quinoa stuffing, lentils add even more plant-based protein and cheese is optional but delicious. If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving side dish or just a fun way to eat squash, this vegetarian stuffed squash is the one!

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This post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon associate I earn from qualifying purchases.  Remember last week when I was so confident that we’d cracked the code to sleeping all the way in to 6:30am? I jinxed us by writing about it. Or maybe he was just messing with us. We had two glorious days… 

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Collagen for Vegetarians

If you’re vegetarian and you’re looking for a plant-based alternative to collagen protein, we’ve got good news for you. There are lots of easy, nutritious, and delicious foods you can eat that will naturally boost your collagen production and help support and maintain the collagen you’ve already got in your system. Learn about the foods you can eat, the nutrients they deliver, and the recipes we love for vegetarian collagen support.

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Healthy Pumpkin Muffins with Millet and Raisins

Healthy Pumpkin Muffins with millet, raisins, and toasted pumpkin seeds. These pumpkin muffins are made with wholegrain flour, real pumpkin purée, and plenty of spices. They’re sweet, crunchy, filling, delicious, and freezer friendly to boot. Make up a batch of pumpkin oatmeal muffins for breakfasts on the go or healthy snacks.

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Spicy Roasted Butternut Squash Salad With Lentils

This Spicy Roasted Butternut Squash Salad with Lentils is a salty, sweet, spicy, and crunchy all at once. Loaded with plant-based protein and topped with toasted cashews, crumbled feta, and micro greens, it’s a colourful, festive squash salad that doubles as a side dish or a vegetarian main.

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Last week I did a photoshoot with local photographer – one of the moms from Niko’s daycare who I got talking to in the playground.  I wanted to get some more lifestyle content to pepper into my Instagram feed for when I talk about nutrition and wellness and whatever, just to add more personality. Total… 

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5 Minute Mac and Cheese For One

This 5 Minute Mac and Cheese for One is the perfect quick, easy, and tasty dinner or snack. Made either in the microwave or the stove top, and with a bit of pumpkin puree to lighten it up and give it a healthy spin, it’s a simple back pocket recipe you’ll come back to again and again.

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How To Make A Maca Latte

Make a big batch of this delicious chocolatey maca latte mix so you can make yourself a super tasty superfood drink whenever you like. Made with adaptogens, cocoa, coconut sugar, and warming spices, it’s like a vegan hot chocolate meets mocha.

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Hey you guys! How was your Halloween? Tellllll me!!! I need to live vicariously though you because they just do not get Halloween in this god-forsaken land I live in.  It’s starting to trickle in, but there’s a real lack of understanding of what to do and how to do it. For example, every year… 

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