To nourish the mind and soul
CHIA SEED PUDDING
Flavours: original, chocolate, strawberry...
Chia seed puddings are high in fibre, protein, and they expand up to 10 times their original size! This recipe is great for those that are tight for time in the morning: make it the night before, and the next day, toss in some berries and for the perfect to-go breakfast!
CHOCOLATE BLISS BALLS
Quick and delicious energy bites for anytime!
To make these energy balls, simply blend all ingredients in a food processor until well mixed. Roll them into your desired size, and enjoy!
SALMON POKE BOWL
Quick and Easy Lunch
This poke bowl may be the fastest way to clean up whatever veggies you have around, and it takes less than 10 minutes to throw together. All you need is your favourite veggies, some rice, and a protein of your choice!
SPICY COLD KIMCHI NOODLES
This cold noodle is widely popular in many Asian countries, including Korea, Japan, China, and it's super simple to prepare! So get ready to be amazed!
Easily enjoyable on hot summer days, or when you have a breakdown and want to cry out your tears with this spicy noodle!
Perfect way to fill your day!
Oats are not only quick to make in the morning, but they are also extremely high in fibre and antioxidants to help lower cholesterol levels and keep you full!
Makes 1 jar in 20 minutes (good to eat straight from the jar!)
Want to eat chocolate in liquid form? Afraid of the 20g of sugar in each serving of Nutella?! Here is a perfectly sweet chocolate hazelnut sauce, without all the guilt!
DATE ENERGY BITES
Natural sweetness to sweeten up your day!
To make these delicious energy balls, simply blend the dates in a food processor until soft, or broken into small pieces, and set them aside. Add the nuts into the food processor and pulse until they become small pieces. Add the nut butter, hemp seeds, chia seeds and dates, pulse a few times to incorporate everything and roll them into desired sizes! Enjoy!! :)
BAKED SALMON WITH ASPARAGUS
Quick and easy 15 minute dinner!
Whether you feel tired, unmotivated to cook, or in a time crunch, you can prepare this easy dinner within 15 minutes! Get ready to be impressed!
To make this:
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F
2. Place asparagus into the oven and set a timer for 20 minutes
3. Sprinkle on salt, pepper, lemon juice, and desired spices (ex. cajun) and rub onto the raw salmon.
4. Place salmon onto another tray into the oven for 10-15 minutes, depending on thickness. Serve! :)