What started out as an appetizer quickly turned into a superb breakfast idea too!! We tested this recipe out for an evening appetizer and were delighted with how delicious they turned out! As an added bonus, they doubled as the perfect bunch the next morning! Fresh and healthy tarts, filled with sautéed spinach, feta cheese and caramelized onions take these gems to a new level of mouthwatering. Let cool completely to unlock even more flavour!Continue reading “Spinach and Feta Tarts”
The cookie recipe we grew up with and have all carried on into our own families today. Simple, elegant, delicious and perfect for any occasion! Simply change up your cookie cutter to fit the theme of your event. We love how these cookies are light and not overly sweet, so adding icing and sprinkles is a great option!Continue reading “Rolled Cookies”
It’s summer and we are soaking up all the freshness the season has to offer! We picked up some sweet and juicy heirloom grape tomatoes at the local farmers market and loved the idea of showcasing them in beautiful light and flaky tartlets. Try making these gorgeous, sophisticated yet simple tarts as an appetizer for your next patio party!
Delightfully light and perfect for summer! We tend to eat a lot more seafood in the summer months and we are absolutely in love with this new recipe. Literally minutes to cook to medium-rare and it is absolutely bursting with a scrumptious umami flavour! Paired with super fresh, crunchy produce, these deliciously marinated ahi tuna steaks create a mouth-watering healthy summery wrap! Alternatively, ditch the wrap and you have yourself a crave-worthy salad!
Eating healthy can be extremely delicious. One of our new favourite pasta substitutes is spaghetti squash! It is so versatile, light and very easy to prepare. The options are endless for serving up this squash. Simply sprinkle with a little salt and pepper as a side, toss in a tomato sauce, or drizzle with a little butter and top with some grated parmesan cheese. However you like your pasta, you can create a guilt-free version with spaghetti squash!
Roasting up a few heads of garlic to have in the fridge is one of the most simple ways to add a new level of flavour into your favourite meals. By roasting the garlic, you decrease that strong classic garlic taste, and instead create a more subtle and rich flavour profile perfect for adding to charcuterie boards, savoury dishes, sauces, salad dressings, soups, and so much more!