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Avocado Toast with Poached Egg Supreme Recipe

Avocado Toast Poached Egg Supreme

Avocado toast with poached egg supreme is an easy and delicious recipe. It is inexpensive to make, and it offers numerous health benefits as well.

This recipe is very healthy. Avocado offers a high level of monounsaturated fat, the type that has been shown to help lower cholesterol. It also contains a good amount of folate, which is important for the formation of hemoglobin. Avocados also contain more potassium per… Continue reading ...

Savoury Lentils Recipe

Savoury Lentils Recipe

Eating more plant-based meals can save money and help the earth at the same time. Here is a healthy lentil recipe which is both planet-friendly and delicious. Continue reading ...

Slow Cooker Vegetarian Chili with Pasta

Slow Cooker Vegetarian Chili with Pasta

This is a delicious and easy slow cooker recipe for vegetarian chili with pasta. Chili is a hearty and healthy meal which is one of our favourites (especially in the fall and winter as temperatures become cooler). It also freezes beautifully, so you can make up a big batch and freeze it. Reheating it provides your family a healthy meal in minutes. Continue reading ...

Classic and Delicious Ginger Cookies Recipe

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Here is a delicious and classic ginger cookies recipe that is both easy and fun to make. Continue reading ...

Cooking food at home is cheaper, healthier, better tasting and easy – The Frittata

The frittata is a healthy an inexpensive meal.

We hear a lot about how people can’t eat healthy on a budget and that prepared foods are a ‘cheaper’ alternative.  This is nonsense.  This post series will show you how you can eat very healthy and deliciously at home for a cost much less than what restaurants or prepared food providers can offer. Recipe of the week – The Frittata! Continue reading ...

Best Ever Hot Cross Buns Recipe

Best Ever Hot Cross Buns Recipe

Every year on Good Friday my son and I make hot cross buns.

The tradition began when he was barely big enough to stand on a chair and scoop flour. In those days, baking together was a way into learning and a celebration of the senses. We counted cups and teaspoons, smelled all the spices and called them by name, examined the wrinkles on the raisins, nibbled at the… Continue reading ...