It's official - 2015 was a very delicious year!
Lots of scrumptious goods made their way out of the joyous kitchen and into my belly (and yours, I hope ;) ). Based on the top 5, we have quite a sweet tooth but the great news is these recipes are made with nourishing, whole, blood-sugar balancing ingredients which means you get to enjoy these guilt free, unlike so many other over-processed, sugar-full products.
So with that said, feast your eyes on the five most popular recipes of 2015.
1. BUCKWHEAT BANANA BREAD
Walker (my hubs) and I were reminiscing about our weekend bike rides in the summer because it’s been really bone-chilling cold here in TO. Instead of a bike ride, I went to the gym and did 30 minutes on the elliptical — doing my best! It was certainly not as lovely as a bike ride on the waterfront but movement is essential for joyous health on a daily basis. Read more
2. BAKED MAC & "CHEESE"
I don’t know a single person on the planet who would turn down the quintessential comfort food — mac and cheese. Well hang on, I’ve turned down a “typical” mac and cheese dish made with white flour pasta and cow’s milk cheese because the belly bloat and inflammation is not worth it for me! I can feel my wrists getting achy just thinking about it. Read more
3. CHOCOLATE ALMOND BUTTER MILKSHAKE
When I was a kid, chocolate milkshakes in the scorching heat of the summer were absolute perfection. Mind you, back then I was buying a milkshake from the corner store with my allowance and I’m sure the ingredients consisted of sugar, modified milk ingredients and chemicals. However, I was none the wiser at 10 years old. Read more
4. SWEET POTATO PROTEIN MUFFINS
If you loved my Pumpkin Chocolate Muffins then you’re gonna love these gems! I used a little less maple syrup because sweet potato, hence the name is sweeter than pumpkin. Plus the addition of the protein powder added a lovely hit of vanilla. Read more
CHEWY CHOCOLATE CHIP TAHINI COOKIES
Have you tried tahini before? If not, you’ve likely had sesame seeds. Well it’s the same thing — essentially paste made from ground, hulled sesame seeds. In fact, you can make it yourself by tossing a cup or two of sesame seeds into a super high power food processor and after a minute or so, tahini! Read more
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