I know this time of year is pumpkin overload, but I'm here for it! Fall is one of my favourite times of the year, and this pumpkin spice smootie is not only delicious, but also nourishing and calming. I don't know about you but the energy in the air this month has been a little crazy and felt a little extra stressful. Adding adaptogens into your routine can be a wonderful way to not only nourish yourself, but to support your nervous system as well as your sleep.
There aren't a lot things that smell better that a crumble baking in the oven. This easy to throw together crumble is full of protein, antioxidants and vitamin C. It makes for a delicious dessert or an easy breakfast, topped with a little coconut cream and fresh blueberries.
Nothing says fall like a little pumpkin spice, and these beauties are full all things nice. Protein, adaptogens, warming spices and a little pumpkin, these muffins have no refined sugars, are gluten free and just simply delicious.
Just a few simple ingredients, and you've got moist pumpkin muffins that will give you all of the fall feels!
This bark is sweetened with maple syrup, instead of refined sugars and paired with fat from cacao butter and even a little collagen to support that hair, skin and nails, this makes a balanced sweet dessert.
It's officially apple season here in Canada, and we're here for it! Not only are apples a delicious snack, they're a great source of fibre, antioxidants, vitamins & minerals. Apples also contain pectin which is a type of dietary fibre that acts a prebiotic, important for feeding that good gut bacteria.