My favorite part of the holiday season is certainly decorating the house from floor to ceiling. I get so excited when I start unboxing the Christmas decoration items from the previous years because I always forget what we all have. Tell me really, what would be Christmas without those beautiful wreaths on the doors, over the fire place or on the tables? Not that Christmassy for sure!
Who’s ready for Christmas ? I sure am! I’ve been testing a lot of vegan Christmas recipes as of late because this is going to be my first Christmas as an almost 100% vegan and I want to make sure I have a blast J What could be more appropriate than a deep red cake for a Christmas dessert?
When fall and winter arrive, I am so so bad at eating fruits. I don’t know what it is but I don’t really fall for apples, pears and oranges. Devouring an entire basket of fresh cherries, that’s quite an easy game for me! But when it comes to peeling an orange and putting it in my mouth, I just can’t. I’ve created this smoothie to help me get more vitamins during the winter months because even though I’m picky, my body really needs it!
I’m not 100% vegan yet but with this kind of delicious recipes, I’m that close (very close). Bell peppers are one of my favorite veggies and finding new ways to accommodate them is always very exciting. I’m sharing with you this super easy (foolproof so to speak) recipe. Don’t forget to have some fun with the different bell pepper shades….the whole purpose of eating vegetarian and / or vegan is to #EatTheRainbow!
Does it happen to you too ? Imagining recipes when you can’t find sleep at night? Well it happens to me ALL the time! If you need to fix insomnia, please take a short cut here. If you want to prepare those beautiful vegan broccoli tartelettes, stay with me.
Every year around Thanksgiving, there is a festival of pumpkin taking place in my kitchen. And that’s because I want to taste each sort before the season is gone. Today was the acorn squash’s turn to make an entry in my kitchen and the recipe I’m about to give you more details about did not disappoint!
Delicious comfort food for rainy days! These fluffy apple and mapple syrup muffins were the perfect addition to a tea party we held in our new apartment a few days ago. So happy to be able to have friends coming over again. In our previous apartment, it was unfortunately not possible to throw parties.....Time to catch up now!
It’s this time of year again…..not so much choice on the vegetable stalls but if you keep looking, you’ll notice that it’s not that bad. A lot of “ancient” vegetables have resurfaced, some of them my mum never ever cooked at home back in the days. Most of these winter veggies are root vegetables and the good thing about them is that they are high in vitamins and minerals that they absorb from the ground.
Nothing is too spicy to make these fall days brighter to me. Well except for real spicy Indian food that I can barely stand (I become so red in the face that it looks like I just got the first sunburn of my life J). You will love this homemade vegan latter if you: 1) decided to boycott Startbucks for a while (even if you know deep down this is not going to last in the long run), 2) need one cup of latte a day and 3) love everything spicy.