Ingredients: 2 cup bread flour 1 cup black quinoa flour 1 1/2 tsp. salt 3/4 tsp. active dry yeast 1 3/4 cup warm water Method: In large bowl, mix all dry ingredients together. Add the warm water and mix until shaggy dough forms (adjust water or flour if too wet or dry). Cover bowl in plastic wrap and allow to rise overnight (I left it … Continue reading No-knead overnight quinoa loaf
Hibiscus tea has been used as a natural health product for a number of years. The hibiscus sabdariffa flower contains phenolic compounds such as organic acids, flavonoids and anthocyanins that can be attributed to its cardioprotective , antioxidant, hypolipidemic and hypocholesterolemic properties in some studies. Continue reading “Ginger Hibiscus Lemonade Sorbet”
After the Golden Latte trend, I bring you the Golden Chia Pudding. A perfect option for a nutritious breakfast without compromising flavour! Continue reading “Golden Chia Pudding with Spiced Apples”
After buying about 10kg of bananas at the Queen Victoria market for 5$, I decided to get creative and find out just how versatile the fruit could be.
Boost your breakfast with this homemade granola. It makes for a great naturally-sweetened start to your day or even a snack. Full of antioxidants, potassium, and packed with 5g of dietary fibre and 4.7g of protein per serving, you can indulge in this superfood-packed granola! Continue reading “Crunchy Banana Bread Granola”
Having been in Melbourne for 3 months now, I can definitely say that brunch is not taken lightly here. Just like Montreal, brunch is a trend that has restaurants booming with creative new ways to incorporate seasonal foods into savoury and sweet dishes. Continue reading “Australian Brunch Trends”