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Leftover turkey 5 ways

Posted on December 1, 2018 by Brynna Gabrielson
It's that time of year when turkey is on everyone's plate. We love a big turkey dinner, but there's no denying that the inevitable pile of leftover meat can seem quite daunting, especially after a few servings of Christmas leftovers! But you don't have to keep eating that turkey with the same old fixings. Instead incorporate it into one of these great recipe ideas. Continue Reading

Vegan Christmas baking

Posted on November 29, 2018 by Brynna Gabrielson

Are you getting ready to do a load of Christmas baking? We've got some tasty recipes you might enjoy, and they're all vegan! Whether you follow a vegan diet, know someone who does, or are just trying to cut back on dairy and eggs in your baking - there are lots of great vegan recipes or ingredient substitutions - making vegan baked goods easier than ever to bake! 

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Egg cups 3 ways

Posted on August 8, 2018 by Brynna Gabrielson
If you don't have time for a full English, or even a bowl of cereal - it can be easy to choose something a bit less healthy, like a sugar packed granola bar! Being busy doesn't mean you have to sacrifice a tasty, good for your breakfast though! One great idea? Make ahead egg cups, or muffins! Think of them as little, hand held omelettes, or crustless quiches! You can eat them warm or cold, sitting or on the go! Continue Reading

How to make your roast dinner a little healthier

Posted on March 27, 2018 by Helen Field
Nothing means 'love' more than home cooking from the heart. So, why not stay in for Sunday lunch and treat your family to a healthier home-cooked roast dinner? Check out some ways to make your roast dinner healthier in this blog Continue Reading

Reducing added sugars at every meal

Posted on March 1, 2018 by Helen Field
The best way of cutting down sugar in your meals is to make them yourself. We're talking from scratch. 'I don't have the time or energy to do this!' I hear you say. But, healthier meals don't have to take long to prepare or include many ingredients. Often, the simplest meals are the best. Here are a few easy low sugar recipes for meals you can make just for yourself, or for the whole family. Continue Reading