Festive chickpea salad

If you are on side dish duty for an upcoming event or you want to impress your guests, this salad is as beautiful as it is delicious. Between peeling, chopping and assembling, it does not take more than 15 minutes. Well worth it if you ask, minimal prep, maximum taste. You can even prep the salad the night before and the dressing in a separate bowl to mix it in last minute. No reason not to try. Now let’s talk about pomegranate. Not only does it add color but also crunchy bits of sweetness + i

Vegan peanut butter energy balls (no bake)

I am a heavy day-snacker, probably due to the fact that I work from home. Instead of eating handfuls of processed food this week I decided to go a little healthier with these protein packed balls that allows me to stay full for 1h or a little more before being really hungry.

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Pumpkin spice and honey roasted squash

Fall cliché : squash. In all shapes and tastes, they are absolutely perfect to cook with. Throw it in the oven with spices, add some poultry and dinner is served! I served mine with chicken, yummy.

Fluffy challah bread

Challah bread is a traditional jewish bread. It is kinda like brioche but no butter and less sugar. It takes time to make, I’m not gonna lie. But it is not complicated, just asks for patience.

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Sloppy joes

You probably knew that I would share a recipe that uses the buns recipe I posted last week and you were right! I made some sloppy joes.