I've shared this sweet and sour sauce before, but this time I wanted to use it as a dip. Aquafaba, being the wonder food that it is, is a perfect substitute for an egg to coat the tofu with breadcrumbs. The tofu I used is made from gram flour, but any firm (or pressed) tofu... Continue Reading →
I've been trying pretty hard to make these quinoa bowls country-themed. You've probably noticed by now. Cauliflower wings make it American, right?
Curly hair is fun. But curly hair with a curler takes an immense amount of effort which does not equal fun. Does anyone have a constant fear of burning their hair when using heat? I do. It does make abstaining from curling and straightening easier, though, so I'm sure my hair is thanking me. And... Continue Reading →
This has a rich chocolate flavour, so you don't even taste the walnuts; it's delightful. Any mild-flavoured nut would work, and I don't see why seeds wouldn't work if you prefer seed butter. This has been a nice change to my usual daily consumption of walnut butter, and cacao is pretty good for you (loads... Continue Reading →
Happy pancake day! First time making these I mixed the chocolate chips in with the batter, but the chocolate just ended up sticking to the pan and burning. So, lesson learned. Just make sure to add the chocolate chips while the pancakes are still hot to get some gooey melting action. Serves: 2 (makes 6-8... Continue Reading →
It's all too tempting to give up on a new habit after just a week or so of starting because the motivation has gone. So, here are some ways to make sure habits stick without having to rely on motivation.
I've never been this excited to eat garlic bread! Cashew cheese is my fave type of cheese and I think it works so well to make garlic bread. My partner had his with tomato purée instead; equally as delicious. Serves: 1 Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 8 minutes Ingredients 1 mini baguette 2 tbsp... Continue Reading →
Here's another quinoa bowl that I've been digging lately. It's so easy to make and still very tasty. To take it to the next level you could have this in a wrap with some lettuce, 'cause everything tastes good with bread! Serves: 1 Preparation time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 20 minutes Ingredients 40g uncooked quinoa,... Continue Reading →
One of my cat cups has a chip in its base (very sad), so I don't want to risk using it for food. And, it's me, so I doubt you're surprised that it's new life's purpose is being used as a plant pot. I had originally planned to plant a cactus but when I was outside... Continue Reading →