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Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Apple and Almonds

Tonight was veggie roasting night around here — I did up a big batch of parsnips, carrots & sweet potatoes and then also had some Brussels Sprouts in the fridge. Seeing as I had the oven on anyway, I thought I’d roast them too. There’s a little bit of alchemy that happens when you roast […]

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Baked Apple Cranberry Steel Cut Oatmeal

I needed a healthy breakfast that was easy and quick in the mornings.  So I found something that I could make once and then keep around to heat quickly in the mornings and get my nutrition in without thinking!  I’d been seeing baked oatmeal all around the blogosphere, and decided I needed to make a […]

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Apple Cinnamon Mini Muffins (Vegan & Gluten-Free!)

Growing up, my Mum and I used to make muffins together. As the stories go, when I was really little (around 2 years old), she didn’t know what to do with me to keep me occupied all day. So we made muffins. I was small enough to sit under the counter without my head touching […]

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Apple Cranberry Oatmeal

I have had way too much fun playing around with oatmeal lately — and the latest combination is perfect for the holidays: apples, cranberries, and cinnamon!  Yum! I’ve added in some maple syrup and vanilla for a touch of sweetness, and this is one of my favourite oatmeal combinations yet.  I think I’m going to […]

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Baked Apple Breakfast

I have a new favourite breakfast: baked apples topped with oats, nuts, and coconut. A wonderful thing about this breakfast is that you can make it for dessert the night before, and make leftovers-on-purpose for breakfast the next day.  Then you have slow-cooked, aromatic baked apples for breakfast with no time spent in the kitchen […]

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Magenta Beet & Lentil Salad

I first started making Mark Bittman’s Beet & Lentil Salad last April, when I needed to take a gluten-free vegan dish to Ashley‘s birthday potluck.  I had some ramps (also known as wild leeks) on hand from the farmers’ market and roasted them along with the beets, and tossed them into the final salad.  Holy […]

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