Fresh Vegetable Spring Rolls

Inspired by Vietnamese spring rolls, this vegetarian dish is made with fresh herbs and vegetables, served with a hearty dipping sauce. It’s like a mini salad wrapped in rice paper with your dressing on the side. You can find these gluten-free rice wrappers in the Asian section of the grocery store or at a specialty […]

Smart Sweet: Mini Coconut Cookies

Craving something sweet? This recipe is super easy, vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free. If you aren’t on a Reboot, this treat is an ideal dessert! It’s also nut and allergy free so they are a great snack for little and big kids. This is a small recipe but it can easily be doubled and feel free to add nuts, seeds, cacao or chopped dried fruit to add extra flavour.

Healthy Snack: Carrot & Parsnip “Chips”

These super simple “chips” are a great snack to have on hand all week long. I like to keep a little bag of them at my desk to stave off any afternoon cravings that might come up! They don’t take long to prep, and once you  pop them in the dehydrator you have you very own stash of “chips”!

Meatless Monday: Trail Mix Oatmeal

Yes, your mom was right, breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Start your day off right with this hearty, healthy breakfast. Kids who eat a nutritious breakfast are less likely to be overweight and eat more fruits and fiber-rich foods throughout the day. And eating a healthy breakfast isn’t just good for kids. It is one of the key behaviors needed to maintain a healthy weight in adults.

Healthy Appetizer: Nori Wraps

This is a great appetizer or snack to have as a healthy alternative to regular sushi. Nori is made from seaweed and contains many minerals such as iodine and small amounts of magnesium, calcium and iron!

Fork-Smashed Purple Potatoes with Rosemary & Lime

Power to the Purple Potato! This week’s Meatless Monday recipe is a vibrant side dish to liven up your Thanksgiving table. Think of purple potatoes as a seasonal substitute for blueberries… they both contain the powerhouse antioxidant, anthocyanin, which gives them their bright, blue/purple color.