Tabouleh is such a nutritious versatile dish. It’s great as a side, a perfect addition to salad, and a super star on it’s own. Traditionally, tabouleh is made with cracked wheat. This version uses quinoa instead, making it gluten-free and high in protein.
Everyone knows that you need to have chocolate at Easter (if there were no Lindt bunnies, did Easter really happen?). Nevertheless, I think these gluten free carrot cake Easter eggs are a must as well! I mean, carrot cake just seems like such a natural choice in an Easter menu.
Falafels and I haven’t always been friends. Even when I was a vegetarian, I couldn’t get into falafels. Every one I tried was often too dry or tasted like cardboard. Sadly, it was looking a lot like the falafel train was going to leave without me. I wanted to like falafels, I really did. They’re…
Being sick could not have come at a better time. I had been feeling under the weather all last week, but as soon as my school break started, my body gave up and decided not to work anymore. My voice is pretty much non-existant. Better now then when my courses were running, right?
Ohhhh boy! I think I’ve just found my new favourite snack. Whether it’s mid-morning, mid-afternoon, or mid-night, this is what I’ve been reaching for. Perfectly crunchy chickpeas.
First off, I hope everyone is having a lovely weekend. For my friends in Canada, I hope you’re enjoying the Thanksgiving weekend (or long weekend), along with the company of family and friends, and all the delicious food this holiday brings! While most of mine was spent studying, catching up, and getting ahead on readings,…