Combining the flavours and nutrients of a Greek Salad with the protein power of chickpeas and the good fats of avocados make this salad both delicious and nutritious. Enjoy it as a main meal for lunch or dinner!

This gorgeous looking soup is packed with flavour and nutrition. Beets are great to support the liver, bone broth is healing and nourishing for the gut, and turmeric brings in its anti-inflammatory goodness. With all the other vegetables and spices, this soup is a full meal in itself. Add a dollop of coconut kefir and you have the benefits of fermented foods to top it all off. Enjoy!

Packed with good fats from nuts and antimicrobial power from the ginger, these energy balls are more than just a snack. They will satisfy your sweet tooth without adding unwanted refined sugar to your diet. Freeze them and you have a go-to snack when the munchies hit. Enjoy!

 Goji Berries & Yogurt Mini MuffinsThese mini muffins are great for breakfast. Just add a fruit and you have a delicious, nutritious meal that is high in fibre and nutrients. Although small, they are surprisingly filling and  eating two will usually do the trick. Freeze them and you have a go-to snack when in a hurry. Inspiration for these was taken from a recipe in Joy McCarthy’s The Joyous Cookbook. Enjoy!

Sweet Potato NachosGetting ready to watch the game? Add these healthy vegan/vegetarian nachos to your snack list. Your taste buds will love the spices and your palate will appreciate the various textures. By omitting corn chips and dairy cheese, we have reduced the inflammatory component. Using some good fats like walnuts and avocados means we are nourishing the brain, the nervous system and every cell membrane in your body. So have one as a snack or eat 3 or 4 as a meal. You will be surprised how filling they can be. Enjoy!

Spinach Salmon & Sesame SaladThe sesame-ginger dressing on this salad is what makes it so delicious. Make sure to use toasted sesame oil for more flavour depth. I love adding some pomegranates to this salad for extra colour and freshness. However, they may be hard to find so using some dried cranberries is a good substitute. Enjoy this salad at any time of the year!