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(Recipe) Healthy Homemade Fruit Popsicles

This Homemade Fruit Popsicles recipe is an easy, healthy andrefreshing treat or snack to make for your kids this summer! These popsicles are made with only 5 ingredients including fresh fruit and vegetables, in 5 minutes (plus freezingtime)! Make a variety of flavors by using different combinations of fruits, juices,and yogurts! A great healthy dessert to enjoy after a day of fun in the sun!

(Recipe) Fennel Walnut Soup with Turmeric & Leeks

A golden and revitalizing fennel walnut soup with apples, leeks, and turmeric.
Walnuts are blended into the soup for an extra creamy texture.

Every season is soup season in my eyes. The colour of this fennel walnut soup with turmeric wins me over every time. I love adding a handful of toasted nuts to a blended soup because it “creams” the texture up a bit. This also makes the soup super satiating!

(Recipe) Mother’s Day: A Healthy Breakfast in Bed!

It’s almost Mother’s Day! The day we put our mothers in the spotlight and thank them for everything they do for us. Whether you are 14, 36 or 52, your mother will always take care of you and love you deeply, so to all the mothers around the world: we thank you and we love you dearly!

So here we have a recipe for a healthy and energy-rich breakfast (that will surely satisfy all taste buds). We’ve combined a nutritious & delicious! avocado toast with fluffy banana pancakes and a fruity energizing smoothie to kickstart the day!

All this to pamper your dear mother! She will love it.

(Recipe) Harissa Carrots and Fennel with Lentils

harissa recipe

I love this kind of dish from a construction standpoint. The first bites deliver the big bold flavours of the roasted veg dripping in smoky sauce alone, and then as you begin to go further and dig around, everything kind of melds together, creating mouthfuls with a little bit of this, a little bit of that. The lentils start hanging out with the lemon-spiked yogurt giving the smooth consistency some tooth and texture, which the veggies then become coated in. The harissa drippings work their way into all the nooks and crannies, and the mint pokes you every so often with a “hello, my name is FRESH!” It hits all the texture notes, the flavour notes, and you’re left feeling, well, really satisfied. Not to mention, full.