Category Archives: Dessert

Grain-Free Apple Cider Donuts

What’s better than heading to your farmer’s market on a beautiful crisp morning and enjoying a delicious cup of hot apple cider? I know…these donuts. I have recently come back from the Hamptons where I enjoyed hot fresh apple cider donuts at a beautiful farm market called Milk Pail, which inspired … Continue reading

Sprouted Spelt Apple Pie

Canadian thanksgiving is right around the corner. It is one of my favourite weekends of the year because I celebrate at the cottage with my family. Up north, the leaves change colour much sooner than in the city so it’s a rather beautiful sight. Since my cottage is on an … Continue reading

Peanut Butter + Rose Water Chocolate Stuffed Dates

Peanut Butter + Rose Water Chocolate Stuffed Dates may be the easiest dessert recipe. Best part is they’re quick to make and can be kept in the freezer for whenever your sweet tooth starts nagging you. I actually adapted this recipe from the Instagram account Nourished by Kale. I elevated … Continue reading

Plum Crumb Cake

Farmers markets are just bursting with colours from berries, apples, apricots, currants, peaches, and plums. Now is the time to be eating fresh and local fruit! This recipe celebrates the sweet and sour flavours of the gorgeous plum. There are so many varieties in different colours and different sizes; it … Continue reading

Aquafaba Dark Chocolate Mousse

Aquafaba is a pretty magical ingredient in the vegan world. It can be used as a substitute for egg whites because it can be whisked into stiff peaks, similar to meringue. What is it you ask? Aquafaba is the liquid from cooked chickpeas and is readily available in a can. … Continue reading

Roasted Strawberries & Almond Coconut Cream

Now is the time to enjoy local strawberries from your farmers market. These freshly picked beauties are smaller than conventional strawberries and a deep red hue indicating they’re sweet and juicy. These strawberries are perfectly delicious as is but they are even been when roasted! They become soft, jammy, and … Continue reading