Colourfull Veggie Fajitas/ Veggie wraps

veggie fajitas7The other day I was craving fajitas but I don’t eat a lot of meat so I decided to make a completely vegetarian fajita. I ended up adding a bunch of other fruits and veggies and the fajita turned into more of a veggie wrap but it still tasted really good! With all the added veggies these wraps are extremely colourfull and super nutritious which is perfect for a healthy lunch. They are also easy to make. All you have to do chop up some veggies and place them in the oven so there are no difficult steps to making these.  Continue reading

3 Ingredient Pancakes 

  1. Place 1 banana, 1 egg and 1/4 cup of oats in a blender.
  2. Blend on high for 20-30 seconds until smooth.
  3. Add a handfull of chocolate chips if desired.
  4. Heat a pan on medium heat and coat with olive oil.
  5. Scoop 1/4 cup of batter onto the pan.
  6. Cook pancake for 30 sexonds and then flip and cook for another 40 seconds.
  7. Repeat with remaining batter (makes 4 pancakes).

Buckwheat for Lunch

cooked buckwheat

This is the perfect dish for those days when you are craving a warm meal. It is also a great idea to make if you have leftover chicken or meat. This dish consists of sweet potato, chicken, micro coriander, goats cheese, lime juice, spices, and cooked buckwheat. If you have never tried cooked buckwheat it is definitely worth it. I prefer buckwheat as an alternative to rice and sometimes even quinoa because it is much more hearty and I prefer the taste. Continue reading

Easy Pasta Salad

pasta salad

It is recipes like this one that I love to make because they are fail-safe and they take practically no time at all! This pasta salad is a great lunch and last minute dinner and you can eat it warm or cold. If you ever need a last minute meal to bring to someone’s house this is a great option! It is healthy, super tasty and the ingredients are so simple.  Continue reading

Microgreen Kale Salad

Micro Green Kale Salad 2

Who knew you could multiply the number of nutrients you are getting with one simple ingredient? Microgreens are perfect for boosting the nutrients in a salad. Microgreens are edible greens, harvested with scissors less than a month after sprouting (so they are not fully grown). It is said that microgreens have a much higher concentration of nutrients than the fully grown plant, some more than others, depending on the type of microgreen. I decided to use kale microgreens in this salad but you could also use micro broccoli, red cabbage microgreens, cilantro micros etc. Continue reading