Summery Coconut and Raspberry Muffins

When they are in season, I can’t get enough of red fruits, especially raspberries. In this recipe, I’ve used a little bit of coconut flour to add an exotic and summery touch. I like blending different types of flours not only for the flavor but also...

Raw Raspberry Cheesecake

I finally did it! My first raw raspberry cheese cake. I divided the quantities by two and my hubbie and I only managed to eat a fourth of the cake (together). How long is it going to take us to finish it? Who knows….Francois just said he had eaten for the next 3 days! Raw cheesecakes of all sorts are 95% nuts and 5% fruits (have a look at the ingredient lists and just do the maths!). No wonder it could satisfy a whole rugby team right before a world cup...

Pink Buddha Bowl

This summer, pink is all over the place. I’ve been craving pink clothes (shopping trip - check), pink accessories, pink everything. So why not having a pink Buddha Bowl after all? I had so much fun looking for pink veggies and fruits although it’s not that easy. To prepare this recipe, you’ll have to start making pink hummus...

Homemade Pink Hummus

Experimenting with pink hummus for the very first time kind of reminded me one of my favorite game as a child: playdough!!! My food processor is tiny (urgently need to buy a new one, any recommendations?) and I had to blend my pink hummus one batch at a time, never using the same amount of beetroot.

Fresh Bulgur and Eggplants Tabbouleh

During summertime, there’s nothing like eating a fresh salad that makes you feel full and satisfied. I noticed that I had a few salad recipes in high rotation and I needed a new addition to my repertoire. You know I like discovering new recipes all the time….

Exotic Mango Chia Seed Pudding

If you are reading this recipe and it’s the middle of summer, your fate is in really good hands. Why? Because this dessert (or breakfast, you decide!) is such a treat for summer weather! Adding mango to your regular chia seed pudding will definitely bring the exotic touch you were maybe missing. At least I was 🙂  To create this delicious recipe, it is super important that you choose ripe mangos.

Fresh California Salad

I don't know why my hubbie and I decided to name this salad "The Californian Salad", knowing that we've never set foot on the American West Coast. In my imagination, everything related to California is super crisp, fresh and healthy, so that might be the only rational explanation I have for you today. But I'm dreaming to visit LA, San Fransisco and San Diego one day. For now, I'm just going to have a foretaste of this hypothetical trip in the form of a colourful salad, which is by far my favorite one.

Lebanese Tabbouleh with Mint and Parsley

It’s summer here in Vancouver and all I want to eat is fresh and light food. This traditional Lebanese tabbouleh recipe with fresh mint and parsley is so so refreshing! Mission accomplished! To prepare this recipe, you need to be armed with strong eyes that don’t cry easily and patience. Yes, chopping parsley and mint leaves takes a lot of time....

Homemade Rosemary Lemonade

Coming back from Salt Spring Island the other day, I wanted to try a new cold drink recipe inspired from a drink I ordered for the first time at the Tree House Coffee: homemade rosemary lemonade. I never buy soft drinks...

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