It’s already October, and seriously, the last month has been a blur. With my eldest being in Kindergarten, I’ve been racking my brain for quick and healthy breakfasts that we can eat before he rushes off to school.
Lately, I’ve been experimenting with other legumes like chickpeas. I’ve found that many of the recipes for chickpea waffles online are savoury, and use chickpea flour. While that’s great (I love chickpea flour waffles with ham and cheese), I’ve come up with another variation of my Healthier Black Bean Waffles … by swapping the black beans for chickpeas (or garbanzo beans). (more…)
I find it a little funny that even though my Mom did all the cooking when I was a child, my first cooking memory doesn’t come from my Mom. In fact, it came from a Foods exploratory class that I took in Grade 8. We made blueberry muffins. The one thing I vividly remember the teacher saying was not to overmix the batter and to fold the blueberries in gently. (more…)
When you have kids who are picky eaters, it can be daunting to get that extra nutrition into them. Time and time again, I’m scratching my head trying to think of what to make for them to eat, and is relatively healthy. Out of the many things they don’t like eating, there is one thing they will willingly eat… (more…)