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Flax Bean Brownies

Beans in brownies you ask? My taste testers couldn't even detect the beans added to this recipe! I think you'll agree that these are some of the lightest and fluffiest brownies around.

Kale Chips with Sea Salt

These yummy ‘chips’ are a far healthier alternative to potato chips and they’re an easy way to eat more green leafy vegetables. They’re an excellent source of beta-carotene, lutein aand vitamins C and K. I suggest making extra…

Popped Sorghum Peanut Butter Balls

Preheat the saucepan over medium heat it is important the saucepan is hot! Your pan is hot and ready to use once you sprinkle a drop of water to see if it sizzles and evaporates. Place 1/4 cup whole grain sorghum into the preheated pan cover it with a…

Tamari Roasted Almonds

These almonds take only minutes to prepare and are a tasty change from regular toasted almonds. Add lemon zest for extra flavour.

Sesame Ginger Edamame

While often served at Japanese restaurants as an appetizer, edamame is a quick and easy dish to make at home. I like to keep a few bags of edamame in the freezer for a satisfying protein-rich snack.

Toasted Almond and Coconut Oat Squares

These chewy squares have a delicious nutty flavour and make a great grab-and-go breakfast or mid-afternoon snack. You can use other grains in place of oatmeal, such as spelt flakes or rye flakes.

Pumpkin-Apple Muffins

Combine first 6 ingredients in a large bowl; make a well in center of mixture. Combine pumpkin, butter, and eggs, and add to dry ingredients, stirring just until moistened. Fold in chopped apple, and spoon into greased muffin pans, filling two-thirds full.…

Zesty Edamame

You’ll find bags of edamame, frozen soybeans in pods, in the freezer section of grocery stores and health food stores. They need only be boiled for steamed for a few minutes before they’re ready to eat Best of all, kids love them too!

Herbed Pita Chips

These pita chips are so easy to make and are a healthier alternative to most store-bought chips. Eat them on their own, or serve them alongside hummus, guacamole or dip.