Posts made in March, 2015

Hoppin’ John Pot Pie

Posted by on Mar 29, 2015 in Recipes | 0 comments

Hoppin John Pot Pie

Oh how I love to bake! Love, love, love it.  There’s nothing that makes me happier than whipping up delightful muffins, cakes and pies! And so today I’m bringing you a recipe for a southern-inspired and utterly spectacular Hoppin’ John pie.   

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Raw Pecan & Sun Butter Banoffee Pie

Posted by on Mar 21, 2015 in Recipes | 0 comments

Raw Pecan & Sun Butter Banoffee Pie

There are some things that just go together perfectly, like nut butter and bananas. Or bananas and dulce de leche. Or dulce de leche and chocolate. Or chocolate and sweet vanilla cream. This dessert brings all of them together in a raw, vegan and gluten-free pie that is completely irresistible! But with no refined sugars and good whole food, living ingredients, this is also a pie you can feel good about indulging in. 

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Raw Black Tahini and Maple Cookies

Posted by on Mar 10, 2015 in Recipes | 0 comments

Raw Black Tahini and Maple Cookies

I’m in the midst of one of those crazy periods of work where everything else in my life comes to a stand still. But tonight, I’m taking some time out to blog! Today I’m sharing a simple, sweet but delicious recipe for raw back tahini and maple syrup cookies. They are the easiest things ever to make and they are oh so snackable. One will definitely not be enough! 

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Cottage Pie

Posted by on Mar 2, 2015 in Recipes | 2 comments

Cottage Pie

When I was a kid it was a treat to order lunch from the tuck shop (or canteen). We’d write our orders on a brown paper bag and put our money in exact change inside, and drop it off at the tuck shop in the morning.  At lunch time we would pick up our brown paper bags with our orders inside.  Almost every time I would order some sort of pie: a meat pie, an apple pie that was topped with whipped cream and powdered sugar, or cottage pie.  Cottage pie was my favorite: a shortbread crust filled with meat, veggies and gravy, topped with mashed potatoes and baked to perfection. Yum.  I would use a fork and scoop out the top and filling and then eat the crust!

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Sea Bakin’ Seaweed Snacks Review

Posted by on Mar 1, 2015 in Product Reviews | 0 comments

Sea Bakin’ Seaweed Snacks Review

When Sea of Change Trading Co. contacted me and asked me if I’d be interested in trying some of their seaweed snacks, I instantly said yes. I like sea vegetables and there are very good reasons why I should be incorporating more of them into my diet. They are great sources of bioavailable iron and iodine and I’m trying to increase my intake of both at the moment. Plus, they have good amounts of vitamin C, which increases iron absorption. They are also a good source of antioxidants and they could even have antiviral properties. So yeah, bring on the nori! 

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