These are my ultimate FAVOURITE muffin! So moist & tender with some crunch on the top and exploding with fresh berries! They're low fat, vegan, refined sugar free and made with whole wheat flour. I usually have a hard time not eating six at once, but these are so guilt-free, I hardly have to limit… Continue reading Big Berry Muffins [Whole Wheat, Vegan] by Julie Morris
This recipe is by Julie Morris, from her "Superfood Kitchen" cookbook. She really knows how to work with healthy ingredients and make the flavors sing! I couldn't recommend her books more highly. This is one of our family's favourite meals! Neither my husband nor I like traditional chili, but this vegan version is always a… Continue reading Chipotle Chili With Avocado Sour Cream [Vegan] [Regular or Instant Pot]
This recipe is by Julie Morris from her "Superfood Snacks" cookbook. I am sharing it because this is the BEST granola I have ever tasted (including all homemade and store-bought). I pretty much eat it exclusively until I run out – then I have to settle for store bought until I can make more. It… Continue reading Cranberry Pistachio Buckwheat Granola
When we lived in a house, I used to keep three extra tubs of miso paste in the deep freeze. Why? Did I think I wasn’t going to make it to the store for the next 6-12 months? I think the reason had more to do with not having to think or worry as much… Continue reading RV Living: How A Foodie Minimized Their Pantry
This is seriously so easy (and delicious); it's probably most of the reason we actually eat our veggies in this house. Anytime we have a main dish planned, but need a vegetable, I hardly flinch at being signed up to add this to the dinner agenda. There are three differences between making broccoli and asparagus:… Continue reading Simple & Delicious Skillet Broccoli (or Asparagus!)
"...we've hardly broken the surface of the potential of our new RV living lifestyle, but already, we are starting to feel the major benefits, despite it's initial and ongoing difficulties."
This post covers the upfront costs of getting started in an RV as well as all the things that have popped up since then. To sum it up: it feels like we haven't stopped spending money since we started!