These slow cooker vegan sloppy joes are just as delicious as their meaty counterpart. They are budget-friendly and packed with protein. This is the perfect slow cooker recipe to make on a Sunday then serve multiple ways throughout the week. I highly recommend making a double batch if you have many mouths to feed!
With the days getting shorter and the weather getting colder -- all we want to do is light some candles and get cozy at home with some serious comfort food. Our slow cooker curried chicken stew is awesome for so many reasons. It's ridiculously delicious, budget-friendly and creates about four to six servings (depending on how hungry you are).
If you are looking to lose weight, have more energy, save money or just feel better about the food you are putting in your body -- look no further than your good ol' slow cooker! I've been a slow cooker fan for years, and have even created an entire meal plan around this handy appliance. It seriously helps make eating healthy simple and fun on a regular basis.
The weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer and summer planning is in full effect. For most of us, this means an increase in beach days, barbecues, backyard parties, weddings and drinks on the patio. All of this fun can make it really hard to maintain healthy habits.
What we eat can either positively or negatively impact our mental health... There are foods out there that can help fight symptoms of depression. These foods are reparative, help to maintain chemical balances, promote brain health and fulfill all our weird and wonderful nutritional needs.
When we think of these "bad foods," we don't stop to think about how they might affect our mental health. The reality is that one in five Canadians will experience a form of mental illness at some point in their lives and what you eat can have a big impact on this.
It is the perfect time of year to take advantage of local and seasonal root vegetables and this Warm Winter Buddha Bowl will help you do just that! We're roasting up cauliflower, carrots, parsnips, turnips and beets and serving it with sautéed kale, chickpeas and quinoa.
Are you making an effort to eat healthier this year? Having delicious recipes that make multiple servings and can be prepped in advance is key to staying on track. That is why you need this Chickpea,...
Eating healthy is about so much more than looking good in those skinny jeans. When we truly understand what a profound impact the food we eat can have on every aspect our lives, we are much more likely to stick to healthy eating habits.