Recipes

  • Lightened Up Bermuda Fishcakes

    Good Friday is one of my favourite times of year. The weather is warming up and the days are longer which obviously means more sunshine. In Bermuda, we fly kites for Good Friday. It’s a tradition that’s gone on for longer than I’ve been alive. I remember making kites with my dad when I was a child and how much fun we had. Tomorrow, children all over the island will fly…

  • Meal Prep: Sheet Pan Edition

    While I love to cook, I’m also a busy mama of two. That means I generally don’t have time to be in the kitchen for hours slaving over a meal. I like my dishes to have a max or 10 to 12 ingredients and be done in about 30 minutes or have mostly inactive cook time. I also need to my food to be healthy because I feel better when…

  • Breakfast Tacos

    Last week, I was home with my son who was sick. He turned two on Tuesday and is in that in between stage of toddler and big boy. But he’s still a bit clingy when he’s ready and wants to nap with his mommy all the time. When we were home, he slept for the majority of the morning which gave me the perfect opportunity to whip up something delicious…

  • Double Chocolate Brownies

    OK, let’s just get this out there. I’m a chocolate freak. I’ve always been obsessed with chocolate and I always will be. Chocolate Chip Cookies are my absolute FAVE and I live for a dark chocolate gelato. And don’t get my started on chocolate croissants, mochas, dark chocolate sea salt caramel bars, and the list goes on. But the common denominator is good quality chocolate. I can’t stand basic chocolate.…

  • Crispy Tofu Buddha Bowls

    I LOVE a good Buddha bowl! They are easy to put together and full of nutrient dense foods. They are perfect for meal prepping or making an easy dinner when your in a time crunch. This is actually what I’ve had for lunch everyday this week. And the best thing about Buddha bowls is that they are super customizable. You can throw in whatever protein, carbs and veggies you want…

  • How To Make Crispy Tofu

    OK, I get it. Many people don’t like tofu. Many vegetarians don’t even like tofu. Many people don’t know how to cook or even what to do with it. I feel like people are confused by it. I totally get it. A few years ago, I wasn’t eating tofu., I had no desire because I used to be forced to eat it as a child. But then when I decided…

  • Crispy Air Fryer Fries + Spicy Aioli

    I don’t know about you, but I’m a French fry girl. You can usually find me ordering them wherever I go unless I’m really watching what I eat. There’s just something about fried potatoes that makes me incredibly happy. I prefer hand cut fries but sometimes frozen fries are just as good. When I’m at home, I never fry anything so I had to find a way to make fries…

  • Easy Tomato Sauce

    I was going to write a long post about my love for pasta and how much I love sauces and pizza and all that. But I stopped myself because it’s not that serious! But for real, I love pasta and I love a good pasta sauce. Growing up, my mom used to make spaghetti all the time but she would put big chunks of onions, peppers and mushrooms, all of…

  • Breakfast Toast Two Ways

    Believe it or not, I’m super lazy in the morning. I rarely wake up and cook a full on breakfast. But I still want something hot, healthy and delicious. Enter this Breakfast Toast Two Ways. It’s super easy to make and doesn’t skimp on flavor. You likely have everything on hand already so there’s no need for a special trip to the grocery store. And not to mention, it comes…

  • Three Bean Veggie Chili

    In these cooler months, I love comforting meals that are delicious and healthy. Chili is always at the top of that list. My mom always made chili when I was growing up and she still makes it to this day. It’s the best chili I’ve ever had. When I became an adult, I tried to make my own dishes that were reminiscent of what she made. But I was a…

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