This delicious dairy free, gluten free, vegan homemade coconut peanut butter takes less than 10 minutes to make in a food processor. The toasted coconut and vanilla adds amazing flavour to regular peanut butter! Easy & Delicious Peanut Butter with Coconut Over the past several months I have been enjoying creating simple “How-To” recipes
Delicious gluten free and dairy free healthy homemade chocolate banana bread donuts sweetened with honey! Let’s Talk Healthy Homemade Chocolate Banana Bread Donuts! If you are a regular reader of Nutrition in the Kitch you know that I seriously love healthy treats. Although I try to balance the recipes on the blog with a
This delicious dairy-free watermelon ice cream is perfect for a healthy, cool treat. It’s vegan, gluten free, and so easy to make with no ice cream machine needed (no churn)! Let’s Make Dairy Free Watermelon Ice Cream This dairy free watermelon ice cream recipe was first posted in 2014 and has since been revamped
Earlier this summer I was visiting some family who live right on a beautiful lake. It was a gorgeous weekend and we all decided to pull out the ol’ margarita blender and whip up some tasty drinks. One of the drinks we made was a delicious, cold, sweet, and smooth Piña Colada. My fave.
First and Foremost: Happy 29th Birthday to my wonderful (so-happy-he-puts-up-with-my-craziness) hubby, Justin! You are THE best, I love you! Now, for any of you who are sitting there right now asking yourself “naniam-a-what-what?!”… the Nanaimo Bar is a Canadian treat that originated from none other than Nanaimo, British Columbia in the 1950’s (thank you Wikipedia)! It
I’ve been all about coconut lately! Coconut milk, coconut chips, coconut oil, and shredded coconut have all been going to good use in the kitch! So, this past weekend, when the hubby and I decided to whip up some yummy drinks to enjoy on our patio, I went straight to the coconut! When we were
I love it when one idea sparks another, then another, then another, then all of a sudden I have something magical in the kitch. That’s what happened here with this yummy, simple, tasty, and nutritious breakfast bowl!
When I was 20 I had my first real travel experience. Yes, I’d been to Disneyland and different areas in Canada before then, but I had never travelled overseas. This first big trip changed me forever. I backpacked through Thailand. Not only did it give me the travel bug and begin series of backpacking trips