February 6, 2016

Asian Cooking Class




It’s no secret that I love to eat! For the past few months I’ve been taking several cooking classes and absolutely loving them! I feel like I’m learning so much and the best part is, I get to bring home a fully prepared meal at the end of every class. Woo Hoo! Hope you enjoyed the pics of what I made in my Asian cooking class this past week. California Rolls and Spicy Crab Rolls…Yum!!!

February 5, 2016

What’s for lunch?

The rest of my homemade potstickers! Yum.

December 18, 2015

Holiday Chocolate Mint Shake

Mint chocolate shake


April 29, 2014

2 Ingredient banana cookies

Yummy 2 ingredient banana cookies
I recently had some girlfriends rave about these 2 ingredient banana cookies on Facebook and couldn’t wait to try them myself. They definitely didn’t disappoint. Don’t expect them to taste like a regular cookie in terms of texture and consistency, they’re more like a no bake energy bite in that regard.

They’re quick, easy to make and quite tasty. Also, one of the great things about them is that they’re pretty healthy, so you don’t feel that bad about continually popping them in your mouth or giving them to your kiddies for snacks and/or dessert. Which is a good thing, because let’s face it, they’re quite addictive.

banana cookies


  • 2 very ripe organic medium bananas
  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • Optional: 1/4 cup chocolate/cinnamon chips, dried fruits (like raisins, craisins, figs, dates, apricots, pre-soaked dried goji berries), nuts, hemp or sunflower seeds, ground flax seeds etc. Also, feel free to add in spices like ground cinnamon or nutmeg.


  • Preheat oven to 350 F. and spritz your baking sheet with some non stick baking spray.
  • In a bowl, mash the bananas, add in the oats and mix until both ingredients are fully incorporated.
  • Grab a tablespoon and scoop little balls of the batter onto the cookie sheet.
  • Bake for about 13-15 minutes until a golden colour appears.
  • Remove from oven, place cookies on a rack and allow them to fully cool.
  • Optional: I like to sprinkle on a tiny bit of cinnamon sugar as soon as I get them out of the oven, it adds a certain je nais se quois.

banana cookies 2

Bon Appétit

February 18, 2014

Crock pot soup

What I love about the crock pot is the utter simplicity of cooking in it.  You can throw in the ingredients , add some spices and call it a day.   Come back in a few hours to your house smelling amazing, and a wonderfully delicious home cooked meal is ready for your family.  The ‘recipe’ for my crock pot soup is as follows:

  • Brown any kind of meat you have in the freezer
  • Throw in any veggies you have
  • Put in some lentils from the pantry
  • Add water or stock
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Leave it alone, then come back hours later to…
  • Enjoy a yummy soup with your family

Do you like crock pot cooking, if so, what’s your favourite dish to cook in the crock pot?

crock pot soup carrot

crock pot soup celery

crock pot soup lentils

crock pot soup mushrooms

crock pot soup