Simple Ideas for a Complicated World
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This pie is grain-free, decadent, and packed with nutrition!
These grain-free, gluten-free cookies are easy and decadent! My family ate them before I could photograph them. But, this dough also makes a fantastic pie crust, which I did manage to capture on film.
On Thursday, April 21, 2016, expert speaker Brenda Wollenberg visited Conestogo PS to share knowledge and practical tips with our extended school community about optimizing our children’s ability to learn, general attitude, and overall well-being.
Are you ready to commit to some healthy changes? Here’s a great way to help create accountability to your commitment! Complete the 30-Day Healthy Challenge Contract! You can do it!
Great for breakfast, or busy days like track meets, this pudding will provide sustained energy and a tasty treat!
There’s a growing body of evidence making a connection between how well children perform in school and life and toxins in their environment. Learn more about environmental toxins and child development.
Easy, nutritious and delicious pudding!
A 5-day lesson plan for growing sprouts in class!
This is another family favourite. They don’t last long in our house, often eaten right out of the oven. This particular batch was made for a pot luck hors d’oeuvre party. It was a hit! Ingredients: 2 large bunches of kale stems removed (dinosaur kale pictured here,...
After a week of sending cucumber sticks in school lunches I decided to get a little more creative! Here's a new way to prepare cucumbers that's quick and super easy-I promise! INGREDIENTS: 2 mini cucumbers 1/4 cup crumbled feta cheese 1 tsp finely chopped dill or...
Our household loves this healthy, savoury snack. It satisfies the crunch cravings while providing a good source of dietary fibre and protein! You can always change the spices to suit your taste.
This dip is a family favourite and one that we like to bring to potlucks. The tangy flavour of the goat cheese pairs well with the sweetness of the squash. Serve it as a dip for raw veggies and crackers.
Learn why grasslands are an important ecosystem that is essential to your food, health and the environment.
The deliciously fresh, tart taste of traditional Key-Lime Pie but so healthy you can eat it any time. This cool dessert is perfect on a hot summer day!
An easy, healthy, delicious lunch treat!
Something different for lunch or breakfast!
Based on the Better Birthday Cake recipe, this “Primal” Carrot Cake uses coconut flour, dates and exotic spices. It is gluten and grain-free. The recipe requires some steps but the end result is moist, flavourful and delicious!
Have you ever read the ingredients list on a can of store-bought icing? It’s not pretty, nor is it pronounceable. Store-bought icing is full of hydrogenated oils, chemicals, and colourings. It’s about as unhealthy as it gets. So, what to do?