Chronological Recipe Index

The recipes below are in chronological order. Use our Alphabetical Recipe Index on the right to find your recipe by name.

 

Healthier Halloween – Caramel Nut Balls

If you are looking to make this Halloween a little more wholesome, here are some delicious and nutritious homemade non-candy sweets to treat. Instead of the refined sugars, artificial avours, colours and hydrogenated oils that make up most conventional Halloween...

Curried Squash Soup

Golden hued and full of warming spices, a steaming bowl of this soup is the perfect antidote to a cold & dark winter day. Spicy, satisfying and vegan, this recipe features many immune supportive nutrients. The curry spices (turmeric, coriander and ginger) are...

Lemon Lentil Soup

  This is a simple and soothing soup. Miso – traditionally a fermented soybean paste (you can also nd chickpea versions in some health food stores if you are soy–sensitive) – makes a wonderful umami base for a quick soup. The lentils are a great vegan source of...

Bone Broth

  Bone broth is incredibly rich in the nutrients that support overall healing. It's wonderful to sip on by the cup as you would tea when feeling under the weather. It can also be used more generally to support healthy digestion, nails and bones. Now, if the...

Get Your Greens Soup

Get a great dose of nutrient dense leafy greens in this simple yet tasty creamy soup made with no dairy or other “cream”. Just like a green drink but in a warm soothing form — even better for digestion and absorption! Excellent for those needing to increase their...

Stir Fried Broccolini with Shiitake Mushrooms

    If you are looking for some veggie inspiration, this recipe is for you! This tangy ginger sauce elevates the requisite vegetable accompaniment to a higher level than your typical side dish. The vegetables featured here are also a step above their more...

Nourishing Chicken Noodle Soup

When we have an ailing friend or loved one, one of the rst things that comes to mind is the o er to bring the convalescing soul some chicken noodle soup. Homemade chicken soup is well known across the globe for its curative properties, and this golden- brothed elixir...

Soothing Congee

Congee is a wonderfully soothing and easy to digest dish with Eastern Medicine origins. It’s essentially a very creamy medicinal porridge/soup. The ultimate warm and nourishing “get well” meal, congee acts as a tonic to a weakened or de cient system as it’s easy for...

Food for Sickies: Ginger Applesauce

  As published in EcoParent Magazine! Applesauce is a wonderfully warming comfort food. Unlike cold and raw produce, stewed fruits are very easy to digest. Eating applesauce when one is under the weather provides little strain on the body to break down—making it...

Blueberry Quinoa Porridge

  This is a delicious warming porridge for morning camping trips. Quinoa cooks quickly and is very light for something so nutrient dense. High in protein and gluten-free, quinoa is actually a seed that cooks like a grain. Quinoa is unique in the plant world in...

Polenta Camp Lasagna

Polenta is gluten-free, inexpensive and delicious. I recently spent a month in Italy and often enjoyed creamy polenta in lieu of the other more common wheat-based carbs like pasta and pizza. This cornmeal dish’s claim to fame isn’t so much its nutrition profile....

Make At The Campsite: Best Date Chocolate Pecan Pie

  (As published in EcoParent Magazine) Dates are the caramel-like, naturally sweet base to this decadent pie made with no added sugars or sweeteners. I used to make a version of this recipe in the 90s when I had a backpacking company guiding ten day long trips in...

Thai Turkey MEATBALLS

These protein-packed morsels are a nice variation on the standard Italian-issue meatball and are quick and easy to prepare. Try serving with stir-fry and rice or pad Thai noodles and steamed broccoli trees or on top of a steaming curry bowl. You can also serve as an...

Mung Bean DAHL

Mung beans are a great source of protein -- 7 grams in ½ cup cooked -- the same as a hard-boiled egg. Mung beans are also high in fiber, an excellent source of antioxidants and are low glycemic index legumes. They are amongst the easiest legumes to digest. While they...

Coconut Cod Fishsticks

Crispy crunchy fish sticks – Yum! And good for you too! The breading here is gluten-free and super simple. First, the fish are dipped in egg or tapioca flour/ water, coated in unsweetened shredded coconut and finally cooked in coconut oil until crispy and golden. I...

Crunchy Almond Protein Squares

Crunchy Almond Protein Squares These are a great high protein alternative to regular rice crispy squares traditionally made with marshmallows or peanut butter. These tasty treats are not only super easy to make, they are an excellent vehicle for sneaking in fiber,...

Strawberry Protein Smoothie

Strawberry Protein Smoothie This is my favorite high protein smoothie, made without protein powder. Soaked raw nuts and seeds are one of the most digestible vegan protein sources. Why Soak? It neutralizes the phytic acid which can inhibit mineral absorption and also...

Get Your Greens Smoothie

Get Your Greens Smoothie This smoothie is a great way to start your day with a healthy dose of green vegetables! If your palate needs some time to work your way up  to more greens in a glass, you can begin with adding some more fruit or fruit juice - pineapple is...

Walnut Mushroom Spread

This is a rich, earthy very umami vegan spread. It creates beautiful crudit's when spread on crackers garnished with a slice of brightly coloured vegetables such as peppers, a sprig of herbs or a garnish of shredded celery root. It also makes a great spread for...

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