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    Healthy Chocolate Peppermint Crinkle Cookies

    Celebrate the holiday season to the full with these delightful cookies!  Chocolate Peppermint Crinkle Cookies are soft, fudgy and festive. Expect rich chocolate and strong peppermint flavours with every bite. These cookies are the perfect addition to a holiday cookie box. Honestly, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a Christmas cookie tin without them. They’re so wintery with the hint of peppermint and the dusting of icing sugar to remind you of snow. They’re so fun to make. When I put the first batch of these in the oven, I flicked the oven light on, put a couple of pillows on my kitchen floor and sat and watched the crinkles…

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    Easy Chana Masala Recipe

    You need this easy recipe in your life! Chana Masala is a flavour-packed, delicious and nutritious meal. Chana Masala is actually my favourite inexpensive, convenient and easy weekday dinner recipe to make. What is Chana Masala? Chana means “chickpea” and masala describes the blend of spices used commonly in Indian cuisine. Chana Masala is essentially onion, garlic, and ginger, chickpeas and diced tomatoes with a blend of delicious and warming spices like turmeric, garam masala, coriander and cumin. I’ve made this recipe upwards of 30 times and no one in my circle is tired of it! The recipe I’m sharing today is my version of the Oh She Glows Chana…

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    High Protein Egg White Granola (Ginger and Cinnamon Spiced)

    This High Protein Granola recipe is completely sugar-free, held together with whipped egg whites and deliciously spiced with ginger and cinnamon. It is so easy to make with only 20 minutes of active prep time. After 60 minutes in the oven on low heat, you’ll have delicious granola to enjoy all week. Enjoy sugar-free granola on pureed soup like my Apple Cider Butternut Squash soup or enjoy on yogurt or to top a smoothie bowl.

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    Butternut Squash Soup made with Apple Cider

    Butternut Squash Soup made with Apple Cider will fill your home with the aromas of fall. The combination of apple cider and butternut squash with the addition of warming spices makes this soup the definition of fall flavours. Butternut Squash Soup made with Apple Cider is very quick to make! Simply chop the onion and peel and cut up the butternut squash.  (It’s not necessary to roast the butternut squash.)  Pour in the broth, apple cider and spices and allow the soup to simmer before blending it up to be smooth and creamy. Couldn’t be easier! I love topping this soup with an extra swirl of cream and a handful…