A simple, meatless, meal with authentic Asian flavour.
These homemade fruit-bottom yogurts stay good for a week in the fridge, so you can make a batch on Sunday to last the whole week.
A simple side that”s perfect for a backyard barbecue or your next mexican fiesta.
A spring salad of strawberries and greens topped with sugared almonds and drizzled with strawberry poppy seed dressing. A double dose of strawberry for your dinner table.
A three ingredient, five minute, healthy Chunky Monkey Ice Cream. Not to mention tasty too! This is a great afternoon snack for kiddos and parents alike. I know I”m hooked!
A simple kid-friendly recipe for homemade granola bars. There”s no baking required and they taste ten times better then store-bought. Tips on how kids can help are included.
A healthified version of General Tso’s Chicken. Stir-fried till crisp and tender and coated in a delicious sweet and spicy sauce. This is a great week night meal that you don’t have to feel guilty about serving your family.
I never thought I”d be one to make my own sausages, but I also never realized how easy they could be to make. Little did I know that you don”t need all the special packaging equipment to make a darn good sausage. All you need is your hands, a fork and some everyday ingredients. I(…)
Yesterday I stood staring at the abundance of gorgeous purple plums sitting on my counter. I knew I needed to use them up soon but I wasn”t sure what I wanted to make with them. I love plum jelly but since I don”t have any canning equipment that wasn”t really a possibility. That”s why this(…)
I love working with chocolate. It”s a pretty hard project to mess up because no matter what goes wrong almost every mistake is salvageable (beyond burning it to a crisp) and you”re always able to find some way to get it in your belly. I”m sharing two of my favourite homemade chocolates on Simple Bites(…)
Canadian Thanksgiving is just around the corner and although I don”t make a huge feast for just the three of us, I do have fun making a few things here and there to remind me of home. A turkey dinner is just not complete without some Cranberry Jelly (or sauce, depending on your preference). I(…)
This is a twist off of my mom”s Broccoli Salad recipe. Hers is packed full of yummy goodness like grapes, sesame seeds, grated carrots and crumbled bacon. Although it is one of my favorite salads to eat, I”m much to lazy to make it for a weeknight dinner. This is my simplified version with a(…)