Whoever said salads can’t be delicious and 100% satisfying never tried this one because it definitely delivers in the flavour department. It’s full of healthy fat, protein, fibre, phytochemicals, vitamins and minerals!
These gluten-free mini bagels are really easy to make with only a few ingredients and they only have 1 g of sugar and 7 g of protein! Eat them with some healthy fat on top like an egg and bacon, avocado or peanut butter to balance out the macronutrients.
This super easy soup recipe is full of flavour with mixed mushrooms, onion and garlic - a delicious trio! The coconut adds a light creaminess, the chicken adds 27 g of protein per serving and who doesn't love noodles? This soup is full of vitamins and minerals which makes for guilt free eating!
This dessert has no refined sugar and has a serving of fruit. It's also full of nutrients, vitamin A, C , folate, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, copper, iron and gut healthy fibre. A healthy dessert is rare but with all whole ingredients, you can eat this one guilt free!
You would never be able to tell that these Matcha Chocolate Mint Squares are low carb, low sugar, and are full of healthy fat because they taste so good! They are totally satisfying and perfect for a quick mid-afternoon snack to tide you over before dinner.
I made this ketchup with no refined sugar and all whole ingredients. It also has low FODMAP ingredients (no onions or garlic), perfect for those who experience GI discomfort easily.
This recipe is gluten and dairy free and will definitely impress any guests you have. It's simple, but packs a big punch in flavour. Serve on brown rice for extra fibre. Your guests will never know they are eating something so healthy.
This is a cozy, warm winter dish packed with vitamins and minerals to nourish your body. It's well balanced, low calorie and topped with savoury bacon and goat cheese.
I'm always looking for ways to make vegetables taste delicious and roasting them with healthy oil, salt, pepper and herbs has become my go-to. Roasting to create crispy leaves or caramelization is the key to making veggies tasty! Cabbage is full of vitamin K, vitamin C, folate, B6 and gut healthy fibre.
This soup is full of fall vegetables that will feed the good bacteria in your gut! There is the option to make it super low carb by leaving out the wild rice or barely, but even with them, it's still relatively low carb, win-win! Most, if not all of these veggies can be found at your local farmers market too! Cozy up with a bowl and enjoy this beautiful fall weather.
This is a thick, hearty soup with tons of flavour and nutrients. Perfect for a cool fall or winter day.
While I don't think bone broth is a "cure-all" for your ailments, I do believe it creates amazing depth of flavour to any soup. If you have an issue with garlic and/or onion or you eat a low FODMAP diet, then this is also a great alternative to store bought broth or stock.
This dessert recipe tastes so decadent and yet it has no refined sugar, is dairy-free and made of whole foods. Perfect as a healthy snack or dessert to satisfy sugar cravings and its great for kids too!
This is my favourite banana muffin recipe and is always a favourite at social gatherings. The batter is refined sugar free so it is a perfect snack for kids or for squashing sugar and carb cravings. I love this recipe so much, I tweaked it and made the Pumpkin Chocolate Chunk Muffin recipe, so you will notice they is very similar!
These baked potatoes have become a weekly favourite of ours. They have so much flavour and are made with whole ingredients. They are low carb, and high in healthy fat and protein - a low carb potato dish, imagine that! They have just over 500 calories each and will definitely leave you feeling satisfied after.
I took my favourite banana muffin recipe and exchanged the bananas for pumpkin, plus some pumpkin spice. I might just like them better than the banana version!
These cookies are full of healthy whole foods. With dates instead of refined sugar, these cookies are so chewy and chocolatey. Perfect for those who love and crave cookies as much as I do! There's an option to make these cookies vegan, nut free, gluten free and dairy free too! Whichever way you decide to make them, there is only 4 g of sugar per cookie!!!
Getting tired of boring salads? Try this 'cobb salad' style pulled pork with roasted sweet potato salad and keep your lunch or dinner interesting! This recipe is balanced with lots of healthy fat, protein and fresh vegetables which will keep you full and satisfied.
This recipe is satisfying and filling, with lots of healthy fat and protein. Just cook quinoa and chop up cheese, tomatoes, spinach and dry salami, and mix the dressing. You can easily make it ahead of time for a quick lunch or dinner.
This is my favourite way to eat kale - baked with oil and salt. Kale chips are a perfect healthy alternative for anyone who loves chips. Add different seasonings for different flavours.