Your easy, basic but totally yummy cookie that can be packed in a lunch bag (nut free and safe for school!) or just enjoyed with a cup of tea for a snack.  Cookies should make you happy but really don’t need to include unhealthy, processed ingredients.  This recipe uses coconut sugar, whole grains, (skip the…

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Salads come to life when the dressing is stellar, the greens are dry (wet lettuce makes a soggy tasteless salad!) and the add-ins have some different texture.  Here are two dressings, both amazing, and the flexibility to add whatever you like to your salad bowl.  NOTE:  any additional protein (chicken, fish, hardboiled eggs, etc), some…

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Rhubarb season in the spring is short.  You may get a pie, a crisp and maybe a jam or compote out of it and that’s it.  So, if you’re a tart-fruit kinda gal (or guy) then try this recipe and just indulge until it’s gone.  Rhubarb needs sugar, so this isn’t one of those “healthy…

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Here are the facts.  That random craving for Fettucini Alfredo will set you back around 1200 calories and 60+ grams of fat…and that’s just for 1 cup.  So if you order this creamy indulgent dish in a restaurant that serving could easily climb to two cups.  Yikes.  And what are the benefits of eating all…

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A delicious alternative to regular bread, for those who can’t tolerate gluten.  This savoury bread resembles a loaf cake, like banana bread, but can be topped with all sorts of unsweetened toppings, such as mashed avocado with sea salt and lime, egg salad with dill and capers or a spicy mango chutney and some old…

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How ugly is this squash??? Seriously.  Since the winter already brings us few appealing vegetables, it sure doesn’t help when they’re not at all attractive.  Luckily this gnarly guy transforms into something so silky and delicious that all squash haters will reconsider. Cozy comfort food is what we’re all looking for as the weather turns…

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