Nutella will always have a pizza my heart.
It doesn't involve sourdough.
This week I'm sharing another easy thing to put on toast that isn't avocado. Chances are you already have these items at home, and your kitchen will smell like you just baked an apple pie from scratch. I added fresh strawberries here, but feel free to top with banana slices or any type of berry. … Continue reading One-pan caramelized apple and berries on coconut toast
Nutty and nice.
It's peach season, and I dream of making the summertime classics like peach cobbler, peach crisp and peach tarts. But then I remember I'm awful at baking (it's why you don't see recipes of pastries or cakes on this blog). Instead, this two-ingredient slushie hits all the right notes: sweet, juicy and refreshing. And so … Continue reading Peach and wine slushies
More than 40 vendors gathered at the Artscape Wychwood Barns last Sunday, serving up plant-based fare to satisfy anyone's tastes. Hosted by the Toronto Vegetarian Association, the second annual Veg Spring Market offered plenty of sweet, savoury, saucy, spicy and cheezy treats. Check out the highlights below. It's a Sausage Party With names like The … Continue reading Toronto Veg Spring Market
I left my heart in South Beach.
After a long, steamy summer in Toronto, it feels like Mother Nature declared tropical season over with a dramatic wave of her arm. To help ease the transition into autumn, let's shift our appetite to French toast. Baked in a sweet, creamy batter. Topped with oats, almond slices and coconut flakes, and a sprinkling of … Continue reading Baked French toast with fresh figs and berries
Summer's quintessential fruit makes a cool cocktail when vodka enters the scene. Refreshingly sweet and tangy to keep you hydrated during a heat wave, it's even more fun when the slush is served up in a watermelon bowl. Prep time: 10 minutesBlending time: 10 minutesTotal time: 20 minutes 1 medium watermelonjuice of 1 lime1/3 to … Continue reading Vodka watermelon slush