cereal with caramelized apple

Apple Pie Slow Cooker Steel Cut Oats

Today is national oatmeal day! I can remember as a little girl my mother making me oatmeal during Canadian Winters. Truth be told back then I loved to eat it because she would put brown sugar on the top and I loved to eat the ‘ brown sugar rivers’ on the oatmeal. Now as an adult…

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Pecan Pumpkin Spice Muffins

Fall is absolutely in the AIR! Here in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada the leaves are at the peak of their fall brilliance. These muffins are moist with a taste of cinnamon, nutmeg and a crunch of pecans and absolutely perfect to eat with a hot tea after a hike!              …

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Fall Decadence!

Fall Decadence…in 2 Minutes!

Sometimes you just crave a little something sweet. With fall in the air the apples are at their PEAK right now and apple- picking season in full force, I came up with a decadence you can do with those apples! Fall Decadent Dark Chocolate Covered Apples…in 2 minutes!              …

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Maple Grilled Canada Day Burger

When Sobeys and Jamie Oliver’s team asked me to share what I am grilling up in my gluten free kitchen for Canada Day, I went to see what Jamie Oliver created for Canada. (You can see his amazing creation here and try not to drool… .Jamie’s Canada Day Creation ) I decided to tap into…

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4 Top Food Cravings and What They Mean

We are all unique and our food needs are equally as unique. What we crave is a message to us of what we may be lacking and how our metabolism is working. #1.You Crave: Sweets! You Need: Chromium Chromium is a mineral that helps to balance blood sugar. When your blood sugar is unstable our…

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Not the best source of calcium!??

The Cookie That Has More Calcium Than a Glass of Milk?!

What if I were to tell you that milk ISN’T the best source of calcium? Would you believe me if I told you the highest source of calcium never came from a cow, but in fact came from a tiny seed? Per 100 grams milk contains 125 mg of poorly absorbable calcium. Per 100 grams sesame…

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