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Loaded Lentil Burritos

I think this Friday calls for loaded lentil burritos. What do you think? It’s been a long busy week (as are all my weeks, really) and I’m looking forward to having an extra day off on Monday for Family Day. By day off, I mean one extra day to test and photograph recipes, but when you love what you do, it still often feels like a vacation. Or at least most of the time. There’s a snow storm here as I’m writing this and I can’t think of a better day to stay cozy inside, working in the kitchen. A day like this calls for baking and cooking healthy comfort food. Today though, I’m sharing these delicious loaded lentil burritos. Do you remember the lentil taco meat I shared a…

Creamy Hummus Pasta with Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Creamy hummus pasta with roasted brussels sprouts. Yes, I just said hummus pasta. This is my new favorite way to eat hummus and I hope you’ll give it a chance too – Trust me, it’s so much better than it sounds! Imagine a creamy, garlicky sauce with salty vegan parmesan and crispy roasted brussels sprouts, all on top of pasta. Not only is it delicious and comforting, but this pasta is also extremely easy. It’s all done in one pot (plus a baking sheet if you’re serving it with brussels sprouts) and the sauce is done with only 3 ingredients: Hummus, garlic powder and lemon juice. That’s it! This is how it goes: Roast the brussels sprouts (you could roast chickpeas too!). Boil the pasta. Save some pasta cooking water. Stir the hummus, water, lemon juice…

Vegan Black Bean Enchilada Soup

After almost 2 weeks without any new recipes, I’m back with the most delicious vegan black bean enchilada soup. After being away for two weeks over the holidays (all the details here), I very much needed to catch up on work the past two weekends. Plus, I’m going to Vancouver this coming weekend for a nutrition course, so I needed to test and photograph many recipes while I had the chance. Testing and photographing new recipes is not so easy when you work during the week, especially during winter in Canada, when the sun is only bright enough between 10am and 2pm! This soup is just one of the recipes I made this weekend. I made it many times and I’m happy to report that I finally succeeded in making Shaun appreciate a bowl…

Nourishing Protein Quinoa Bowl

Welcoming the New Year with this nourishing protein quinoa bowl. I hope you all enjoyed your holidays and that you’re ready for 2019! Did you set any goals this year? I shared a few of my goals in this post, but I’m trying to be a bit more flexible with my goals this year. For the first time in my life, I have no idea what the future holds and I’m okay with it. All I know is that we’re off to a good start. We started 2019 in Los Angeles, on our 2 week road trip across the West Coast. Not a bad start at all if you ask me. So far, we’ve been to Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Arizona and now we’re back in Nevada before…

Weeknight Vegetarian Stir Fry

Weeknight vegetarian stir fry. This, served with rice, is all I need on a cold winter night. We just got our second small batch of snow of the season on Sunday. Shaun and I were out for a hike when large, beautiful snow flakes started falling. It was beautiful, until the next morning, when I tried to drive to work. We live around mountains and the roads are full of sharp turns and hills – Ends up my car couldn’t handle that and I got stuck not far from home. Winter really isn’t bad here, but the winding roads do make it a little more difficult to drive. Back home, where the roads are flat, I would drive in a snow storm, no problem. Lesson learned! So that was my Monday. Now, let’s move…