Chronological Recipe Index

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

 

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...

Maple Mustard Glazed Brussels Sprouts

  Brussels sprouts are so chock-full of nutrition, it makes sense that they are such dense little round fellows with many layers. Part of the Brassica family, other brethren include: cabbage (they kind of look like miniature cabbages!), kale, cauliflower, and...

Cedar Salmon with Wasabi Ginger Marinade

  For a unique winter feast, why not give the traditional roast a break and try this recipe starring a smoky, wild, cold-water fish entree. Grilling salmon on soaked cedar planks infuses it with an incredible smoky aroma and flavour that really elevates this dish...

Roasted Rosemary Parsnips

Parsnips are a naturally sweet root vegetable. When roasted, their crispy edges sort of caramelize as they brown, creating a really tasty alternative to roasted potatoes. They are a great source of soluble and insoluble fiber, as well as folate (an important B...

Kombucha

Kombucha is a fizzy, acidic, slightly sweet tonic beverage. It is made from tea, sugar and a kombucha culture called a ?mother? or scoby. The scoby looks like a giant gelatinous mushroom pancake! It is actually a symbiotic colony of beneficial bacteria and yeast...

Kefir

As published in EcoParent Magazine. Kefir drinks are tart and refreshing and this type made with coconut water tastes like a soft drink. Kefir is a microbial-rich, cultured food. It contains trillions of probiotics excellent for restoring the ecology of the digestive...

Clafouti

This baked pancake is a classic French dessert when made with cherries, and kirsch instead of vanilla. This recipe is based on one from the Mount Assiniboine Lodge where I had the pleasure of cooking for many years. We regularly served this as a breakfast dish to...

Quinoa Scrambled Eggs & Salsa Bowl

  This simple egg, vegetable and grain breakfast is a warm and savoury alternative to traditional eggs and toast. What is fabulous about quinoa (pronounced Keen-wah) is that it cooks like a grain but is actually a new world seed! Seeds are?much more power-packed...

Creamy Amaranth Breakfast Porridge

  Similar to regular oatmeal, but with higher protein content and a great silky texture, amaranth only takes 15-20 minutes to cook and there's no need for stirring!   It can be put on when you wake up or even the night before and reheated. Like quinoa, it is...

Chili Lime Dipping Sauce

Ingredients 3/4 cup plain yogurt (or veganaise) 2 tsp chili powder (or Sriracha chili sauce) 1 jalapeno, chopped (seeds out for less heat) 1/2 lime, juiced 1/4 tsp black pepper 1/2 tsp salt Instructions In a bowl or big measuring cup, stir all ingredients with a fork...

Thai Salmon Cakes with Chili Lime Dipping Sauce

So easy and versatile, this super-nutritious cake makes a great high protein appetizer or delicious weeknight-quick main dish. Serve them warm or at room temperature with Chili Lime Dipping Sauce & lime wedges. We also love them as burgers, served up on buns and...

Zesty Pickled Cabbage

Perfect for a summer BBQ! Ingredients 6 Cup shredded red cabbage 1/3 Cup chopped fresh dill 1 Cup apple cider vinegar 2 Tablespoon honey 1/2 Cup water 1 Tablespoon (Metric) sea salt Instructions Place cabbage and dill in large bowl. In saucepan, bring vinegar, honey,...

Adzuki Bean Humus

a zesty high protein alternative to regular old humus Ingredients 2 Cup adzuki beans (cooked) 1 Slice ginger root 1 Clove garlic 2 Tablespoon tahini (or almond butter) 1 Tablespoon olive oil 1 Tablespoon ume plum vinegar 1 Tablespoon rice wine vinegar Instructions ? 1...

Get Your Greens Soup

Instead of a cold smoothie or juice, drink this for warming nourishment this winter! Ingredients 1 Tablespoon olive oil (or coconut oil) 1 leek (or onion, diced) 2 Clove garlic (minced) 1/2 Teaspoon basil (dry) 6 Cup broth (or water) 3 Cup greens (kale, chard,...

Butterscotch High Protein Granola Bars

These are great snacks densely and deliciously packed with nutritional goodness for on the go! Ingredients 1 3/4 Cup oats 3/4 Cup coconut (unsweetened, shredded) 1/4 Cup chia seeds 1/4 Cup hemp seeds 1 Cup sunflower seeds 1/2 Tablespoon flax seeds (ground) 1/2 Cup...

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