Vegetarian Quesadillas with Pumpkin and Black Beans

These Vegetarian Quesadillas with Pumpkin and Black Beans are easy, healthy, and delicious! You can make a big batch of these oven baked quesadillas at once, which is perfect for meal prep or if you’re feeding a crowd. They’re freezer friendly too, and you can mix up the veggies, leave out the cheese for vegan quesadillas, or customize them any other way you like.

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Asparagus Fried Rice {Fried Wild Rice}

Springtime Fried Wild Rice! Loaded with spring vegetables, tofu, edamame, and wild rice, this is a quick and easy dinner the whole family will love. Made with wild rice cooked at least a day in advance, this is a great recipe for batch cooking. 

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Spring Vegetable Lentil Bowls

Spring Living Lentil Bowls – a light yet substantial gluten-free and easily vegan meal bowl featuring beluga lentils, spring asparagus, pan-fried halloumi cheese, avocado, pea shoots, and seeds. All of the components can be prepared in advance for a quick and easy meal. 

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Very Green Vegetable Edamame Pasta

Very Green Vegetable Edamame Pasta! Made with green soybean fettuccini this 15-minute pasta is vegan, gluten-free, and packed with plant-based protein!

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What’s Good Around The Web!

Let’s have a tea and a chat, shall we? Pull up a chair and get cozy, because I’ve rounded up 10 interesting food, nutrition, and health articles to read, learn, and spark debate.

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Smoky Asparagus Quiche {Vegetarian Quiche Recipe}

Smoky Asparagus Quiche! Made with softened leeks, smoked cheese, and a wholegrain spelt crust, this quiche is perfect for a springtime brunch.

Batch Cooking For A Healthy Week

Batch Cooking 101! This is your batch cooking game plan to help prepare for a healthy week, broken down into a 5-step approach to keep things simple. Plus lots of recipe inspiration for what to do with all that batch-cooked food!

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Matcha Shortbread Cookies

Want something delicious and green but not too weird for St. Patrick’s Day? Try these shortbread cookies with a fun twist – matcha powder! These Matcha Shortbread Cookies are buttery and delicious, vibrant green, and have a wonderful unique flavour thanks to the matcha powder.

two bowls of tomato fennel quinoa soup with fresh herbs scattered around

Tomato Fennel Quinoa Soup

Tomato Fennel Quinoa Soup – quick, easy, delicious, and filling enough to be a meal in of itself. Plus it’s made with ingredients you probably have mostly on hand already – a perfect recipe to bridge the seasons from winter to spring. 

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What’s Good Around The Web!

The monthly roundup is here – a few days late, but better late than never! Here you’ll find links to 10 fascinating food, nutrition, and health related articles. Some light, some heavy, but all are worthy of your time.