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Sweet Potato Egg Casserole Recipe with sweet potato hash browns, spinach, eggs, cheese, taco seasoning and eggs for a healthy vegetarian make ahead breakfast or a meal prep.

This sweet potato egg casserole came out flavourful, fluffy and absolutely loaded with nutrients and vitamins. It contains 1.5 lbs of sweet potato hash browns and 4-5 cups of baby spinach – layers upon layers of creamy sweet potatoes, tender spinach, fluffy eggs and gooey cheese. Amazeballs deliciousness!

You can assemble this egg bake the night before and bake in the morning (all those holidays and brunches) or it’s perfect for a meal prep (flavourful delicate mini omelettes with so many nutrients).

Sweet Potato Egg Casserole Recipe with sweet potato hash browns, spinach, eggs, cheese, taco seasoning and eggs for a healthy vegetarian make ahead breakfast or a meal prep.

When was the last time you had so many vegetables for breakfast?! Thought so.

Also make sure to try my sweet potato oatmeal muffins and sweet potato and eggs one pan dinner.

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This one pan salmon and veggies recipe makes one healthy, easy and tasty dinner. Salmon, butternut squash and brussels sprouts are coated in super easy homemade honey garlic sauce and baked together on a sheet pan for 30 minutes. In the last 3 weeks, we made this one pan salmon three times. I “borrowed” the sauce recipe from my super popular honey garlic salmon. Then I chose firm vegetables cut into similar size pieces to ensure veggies come out tender while salmon stays juicy. Consistency throughout a sheet…
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What if I told you that you can make healthy pulled pork, from scratch, with simple ingredients, in a slow cooker, while you do something else for whole 10 hours, and it’s gonna be saucy, smoky and delicious?! Just minus the sodium, sugar and preservatives. And what if I also told you that super easy healthy coleslaw recipe with Greek yogurt is included?! Are you in? Here it is then.

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Healthy coleslaw recipe made with store bought coleslaw and homemade Greek yogurt dressing. Creamy, no mayo, easy and delicious. It’s all about the dressing, that’s what gives coleslaw a bad rep, because on its own cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable full of cancer fighting properties, vitamins K,C, B, fiber, potasium and folate. It’s a nutritional power house, you just gotta “dress” it not with a cup of mayo. Now having said that, I do consider a tablespoon or two of organic mayo here and there healthy.

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A few weeks ago, right after I got back from Mexico City, we went on a family weekend getaway to San Juan Island, WA. The San Juan Islands are an archipelago in Washington state known for rural Pacific Northwest landscapes and wildlife. The best part about visiting the islands in October is that all tourists are gone, and we had an entire San Juan Island to ourselves. However, orcas are gone and tourist activities are shut down too, so if you want to have a full experience, come…
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Slow cooker cauliflower mashed potatoes would come in handy during the holidays or any other gatherings. It gives everyone an option to have a lighter meal and yet not to be a burden for a cook. Usually kids and men prefer the real deal and girls going gladly for cauliflower mashed potatoes, and guys using it as a side to mashed potatoes. I don’t think kids will ever switch and that’s OK.

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Healthy broccoli cheese soup made silky smooth using only whole foods like potatoes and butternut squash. Am I good or am I good?! Butternut squash is bright orange that makes a healthy replacement for 2 cups of neon artificially coloured cheddar cheese. And potatoes, those white spuds, naturally they contain so much starch that no cups of flour, butter or heavy cream are necessary to produce world’s best, silky smooth and delicious healthy broccoli and cheese soup. Not that I’m against flour or butter, but the fact that…
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There are so many benefits to buying whole chicken vs. chicken breasts, thighs and other parts. And don’t worry, butchering the chicken yourself is easy peasy, just watch the video. First and foremost – price. At Costco, organic whole chicken costs $2.49/lb vs. chicken breasts at $5.99/lb – that’s twice the savings. Secondly, all those bones that make flavourful chicken broth. Thirdly, you can stretch whole chicken for 3 – 5 meals. You can make twice more chicken broth than I did by simply using a bigger pot…
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Over Canadian Thanksgiving, I ate 2 pumpkin pies: one from Costco, and one from a local restaurant. I can attest that my healthy pie is delicious, healthier and super easy to make because I get there are 5 other dishes to be cooked within a few short hours. Or bake pumpkin pie the day before, or make the dough and filling and refrigerate until ready to bake. It is an old recipe of mine that I have tested and re-tested, and turned into a video. This healthy pumpkin…
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Over the years, I tried to make my green smoothie as healthy as possible, never following a recipe and often adding trending health foods like chia seeds and turmeric. What I often ended up with was “a surprise” smoothie, tasting either too bitter, too sour or too sweet. Kids wouldn’t drink it and my husband couldn’t make it because “only I knew the recipe”. Well, even I didn’t know the recipe. Finally, I decided to act like a responsible parent, and created a green smoothie recipe that my…
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