This soup is a great way to use up any leftovers in your fridge, freezer and pantry. It is a complete meal on its own providing lots of fibre and protein. Use whatever vegetables you have on hand in your crisper and modify the soup to your liking. You can top it with some cubed avocado, coconut kefir or nacho crumbs. Enjoy! 

Making a pizza dough that has no gluten, no dairy and no eggs can be a daunting task. After trying various recipes, we have finally found a combo that is easy to make and taste pretty darn delicious. Add your favourite toppings and you won’t be able to tell the difference from your typical thin crust pizza. Enjoy! 

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!