A Bowl of Sunshine: Butternut Squash Veggie Soup

When I started this blog, one of my first posts was a butternut squash soup. I even went on to film a video and the recipe is still in heavy rotation during my winter meal prep. I thought I will reshare the recipe that has made some changes throughout the years. So recently, I have... Continue Reading →

Red Lentil Curry

This is by far one of the quickest and easiest recipes I make. I have been making this curry for the past two years since being vegan and it has become such a usual that I can make it with my eyes closed. It takes no time to make and ready in less than 40... Continue Reading →

Beans and Corn Snack Bites

Here is a savoury snack bite to go well with the Peanut Butter and Date Snack Bites. For this recipe I used leftover beans from my Tomato Rice recipes and made snack bites that could be easy to take on the go. Ingredients 1.5 cup beans 1/4 cup corn 1/2 cup rice-left over turmeric rice... Continue Reading →

Lunch Under 2$-Corn & Black Bean Chilli

Last of three recipes under two dollars! This black bean and corn chilli is incredibly filling and such a great lunch option. Beans and rice provide all essential amino acids and corn is high in fibre. Add this cheap meal to your lunch prep and you will thank me later. Each of these recipes are... Continue Reading →

Lunch Under 2$- Tomato Rice

Another cheap recipe that can save you some coins and time for lunch. This tomato rice is a spin of Spanish tomato rice with a few ingredients. It is absolutely tasty and has all the essential amino acids you will need. Give this a try and let me know what you think 🙂 Each of... Continue Reading →

Lunch Under 2$-Rice & Bean Salad

It's back to school season and as a student I know how annoying it is to spend time and money to make food for school, especially when you want it to be cheap and healthy. So I came up with three fantastic recipes that are tasty for a 2$ budget. Each recipe has few ingredients,... Continue Reading →

Lazy Man’s Burrito

So quick lunch three is a lazy man's burrito. I generally cook a large batch of rice early in the week and literally eat it with everything. You can always use frozen veggies or left over veggies, but i find that fresh veggies give a nice crunch and create for less of a mushy burrito,... Continue Reading →

King of Greens: Spinach

Whenever we talk about greens we cannot help but talk about the King of all greens--Spinach. I don't think I remember a day I went without spinach. I try as much as possible to sneak it into my day somehow, either through my divine green smoothies or my delicious salads. Thank goodness for Costco because... Continue Reading →

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