It's been raining so much in Vancouver lately, our weekends have unfortunately had to spent indoors rather than in the mountains. On the other side, I've had plenty of time testing new recipes and those colorful spring rolls were the best occupation I could find on one of those rainy afternoons. I've always been attracted to rainbow food and I've been dying to create my own springrolls. Here they are!!!
Eggplant Pizza are so much fin to do, have you tried it yet? I'm a huge fan of eggplants and I'm constantly searching for new recipe ideas on how to accomodate them. If you're hosting a summer party and want to impress your guest, look no further. Eggplant pizza look like the height of refinement, yet they're so easy to prepare! All you need to have is a nice set of cookie cutter for fun-looking veggie shapes. As you can see, I opted for a total star look 🙂
During our short trip to Salt Spring Island last July, we had an amazing time strolling along the different stalls at the Saturday market. The lady at the Airbnb we rented recommended us to try out the tacos and they did not disappoint! One of the first things I did coming back from our relaxing weekend was to make my own version of the recipe which is slightly healthier (no deep fried avocados) and more satisfying (I could not help but add more veggies and grilled tofu). These tortillas are super easy to prepare and full of flavour.
The food blogger community is so inspiring! I was looking for fresh salad ideas the other day and landed on Kathryn’s beautiful blog “Cookie and Kate”. For the anecdote, Cookie is the name of her cute dog who happens to enjoy eating raw kale like me! Kate, your dog and I should meet!
And another Buddha Bowl added to my collection ! I sincerely find Buddh Bowls to be one of the easiest way to eat vegan food. And the possibilities are endless! All you have to do is play around with the colours, textures and tastes. This is so much fun to do! For this Sweet Potato Buddha Bowl, I wanted to mix raw and cooked veggies, and I excluded tofu for once.
I’ve been dreaming about creating these really cool toasts for a while now, not only to seduce my other half (it’s already done, we’re getting married, yeahhhh!) but to make our meals at home an amazing experience. Since buying my mini cookie cutter, styling food has been so much easier. Because let’s be honest, those little beetroot and avocado hearts make all the difference!
If you don’t know where to start with vegan cuisine, just pick this recipe. You’ll wonder why you didn’t embark on this journey without meat and dairies sooner. What I love about this recipe is the mix of textures: the caramelized chickpeas, the smooth flatbreads and the crispy cauliflowers. A pure delight.
The web is full of wonderful people who rack their brains and come up with super creative recipes. The result of this reality? There is absolutely no excuses not to find any ideas to cook healthy and delicious meals. I insist: healthy AND delicious. Say bye bye to the old days when vegetarian and vegan recipes were dead boring. I have been following the amazing vegan blogger...