When I first figured out that I had a dairy sensitivity, and then later realized that too much gluten was a no-go too, I was pretty bummed. At the time, I was eating a lot of Greek yogurt, cottage cheese, and whey protein… obviously too much, (which is what I believe triggered the dairy sensitivity),
I’m a lover of all things chocolate. Dark chocolate that is. I don’t know what it is about chocolate….or women and chocolate actually. It’s quite amusing that in my 6 years of nutritional consulting, I’ve worked with hundreds of women and I can confidentily say at least 75% of them indicated “chocolate” on their intake forms
One comment I’ve read more than a few times over the years of creating recipes for the blog is while energy bars, balls, and bites are well received as a healthy, easy, go-to snack, they almost always contain nuts leaving those with nut allergies out on the sidelines with tears welled up in their eyes, sad that
I love it when things just randomly turn out for the best! Don’t you!? That is totally what happened with the recipe for this delicious little Chocolate & Sea Salt Mini Loaf!
One of the greatest perks of being a food blogger is the generosity of others who share delicious food with me! Friends and family with gardens always offer their labours of love for the picking, clients bring me goodies, and every now and then complete strangers pass along some yummy treats… like these plums! A co-worker
cookies… Every time I hear the word, I think of Mr. Monster… the Cookie Monster that is, and his token “mmmmm… coooooookies” grunt. I mean, can we blame him? Cookies are so friggin’ yummy! You’ve got your soft cookies, chewy cookies, crunchy cookies, crispy cookies, and fluffy cookies that are as light as little clouds!
Ever since a BC Trip we took a few years ago I’ve had an intense love for apricots. Of course, British Columbia apricots are some of the best, and luckily we can get them here in Alberta when they are brought into the stores or when SPUD is carrying them! I had bought a nice
It’s been too long since I’ve made a new fudge recipe, much too long. Fudge, healthy fudge for that matter, should really be a monthly thing. Don’t you agree?? In the past I’ve made peach fudge, pumpkin fudge, gingerbread fudge, Eatmore fudge, even chocolate orange fudge…I’m a pretty big fudge fan to say the least.
Ah, the start of March, makes me think of Spring! Although, we Albertans typically get winter for another two months or so… BUT I’m not thinking of that right now as I’m still basking away in the Hawaiian sun! Spring always makes me think of carrot cake, likely because of Easter so this recipe is right on