Spaghetti Squash with Red Lentil SauceBy Selina RoseSpaghetti squash is a nutritious alternative to pasta noodles. It’s stringy texture mimics spaghetti but it’s nutrition profile is filled with fiber and vitamins-a great addition to any meal plan.Quinoa Bean SautéBy Selina RoseA versatile staple that can easily be turned into different variations of the same dish. Mix and match vegetables and spice combinations for new creationsMillet & Lentil Salad, Mediterranean-StyleBy Selina RoseSalads can be more than just leafy greens. Combining lentils and millet together make the base for a great vegetable salad. The best part is that it keeps in the fridge (in an sir tight container) for up to one week, and doesn’t need to be refrigerated if you take it to work with you during the day.Quinoa Lentil SaladBy Selina RoseQuick, easy, and delicious this quinoa salad boats a lot of flavour and protein in one vegetarian dish. Use it as a side dish, main meal, or a topper for a traditional lettuce salad.Roasted Lemon ChickenBy Selina RoseOven Roasted VegetablesBy Selina RoseSoup-Lemon ChickenBy Selina RoseA quick and easy soup to make year round. The recipe is inspired by Greek cuisine with the use of lemon and dill. Adapted from Epicurious Fresh Magazine.Carrot Ginger SoupBy Selina RoseThis delicious soup has the antioxidants of orange carrots and the warming effects of ginger. Eat it in the summertime, wintertime, or any timePumpkin Pie RecipeBy Selina RoseSmells like pumpkin pie. Tastes like pumpkin pie. But is a healthy morning smoothie? Sweet potato works wonders with delicious fall spices to fool your taste buds and satisfy your tummy in this hearty enjoy-anytime smoothie.Chickpea Breakfast ScrambleBy Selina RoseMornings are for high-protein eats to get your body up and running for the day. This vegan chickpea scramble is a nod to scrambled eggs. They have the ease, and the flavour, but with plant-based protein. Just like with eggs, you can add a variety of spices or chopped vegetables as you wish.Zucchini Noodles with Salsa FrescaBy Selina RoseThis is a healthy twist on the classic spaghetti with tomato sauce. Zucchini noodles are filled with fiber and slow-burning carbohydrates (compared to traditional noodles) and every bit as satisfying. This recipe is great for weeknights when you’re in a pinch for something light and delicious. Pair it with fish, chicken or beef for a complete meal.Zucchini Noodles with Meat SauceBy Selina RoseThis is a healthy twist on the classic spaghetti Bolognese. Zucchini noodles are filled with fiber and slow-burning carbohydrates (compared to traditional noodles) and every bit as satisfying. This recipe is great for weeknights when you’re in a pinch for something quick and comforting.Simple Green Soup RecipeBy Selina RoseBaked Sweet Potato BitesBy Selina RoseMake your sweet potatoes taste like pumpkin pie with this super easy recipe. Expand your spice cupboard to include Garam Masala (an Indian spice blend) and cumin (from the middle east) and enjoy this delicious treat.Roasted Butternut Squash SoupBy Selina RoseEnjoy this simple recipe for a classic fall soup. This dairy and gluten-free butternut squash soup is easy to make and tastes delicious with full flavours from the roasted vegetables.Protein + Greens SautéBy Selina RoseThis recipe is great to have on hand because it makes a large batch that you can keep in the fridge to put on top of salad, grains, or eat on its own. This dish is high in protein, has alkalizing greens, and is full of flavor; best of all, it’s quick and easy to make.Millet Vegetable PilafBy Selina RoseA delicious side dish, with the staying power of a pseudo grain (millet) and the anti-inflammatory power of turmeric. Serve alongside fish, beef, or even eat it alone. Makes a great snack.Salsa Fresca – Fresh Tomato Pasta ‘Sauce’By Selina RoseIn the summer when fresh tomatoes are abundant, take advantage of them by making this fresh tomato pasta sauce. Pair it with zucchini noodles or spaghetti squash.Pickerel with Lemon and ThymeBy Selina RosePickerel is a light fish that contains healthy fats. To make this dish into a meal, add steamed fresh green beans and roasted potatoes or carrots.Halibut with Tomato Basil SalsaBy Selina RoseHalibut is a lean fish with healthy fats that can be made more flavourful with this tomato, basil salsa.BBQ Fish PocketsBy Selina RoseTake advantage of the BBQ for most meals during the summer. Cooking fish and vegetables together gives delicious flavours to both. Pockets can be prepared ahead of time (up to 2 days) to be put on the grill in the evening.Healthy Egg Salad – 2 WaysBy Selina RoseTry these healthy twists on traditional egg salad. Pair with whole grain crackers or sprouted grain bread.Curried Chickpeas & Wild RiceBy Selina RoseThis curried chickpea dish is the perfect quick and delicious meal for a weeknight. Remember to soak dried chickpeas overnight, or have a can on hand. Experiment with different spices for warm ethnic flavours.Coconut-Lime Chicken & Snow PeasBy Selina RoseThis recipe makes a great stir-fry when served with rice, or a delicious salad when served on top of greens. The dressing is versatile and can be used to marinate the chicken and dress a salad.Bison ChiliBy Selina RoseA delicious alternative to ground beef, bison is lean and flavourful. Add as many vegetables as you like to this recipe. Serve with whole grain bread for dipping, or on its own for a warming winter meal.Pan-Roasted Chicken with Tomatoes and OlivesBy Selina RoseSimple but delicious recipe based on one in “6 Ingredient Recipes” cookbook by America’s Test Kitchen. Experiment with adding vegetables to your liking.Spicy Roasted CauliflowerBy Selina RoseThis dish is simple, memorable and bound to please hot sauce addicts. Eat as a side dish, on its own, or add to soups or salads.Cauliflower with OlivesBy Selina RoseThis might just become your new go-to method for making cauliflower. This makes a great snack or a side dish for dinner. Healthy fats from olive oil and whole olives make this dish as satisfying as it is delicious.Cauliflower Mashed PotatoesBy Selina RoseEven mashed potato lovers agree that cauliflower makes a great, healthy, alternative.Roasted Brussels Sprouts with WalnutsBy Selina RoseIf you need to be convinced that Brussels Sprouts are tasty, this recipe will do it. Roasting brings out their sweetness which pairs well with the added crunch from the walnuts.Bok Choy & ChickpeasBy Selina RoseThis is a light dish that can be eaten on it’s own, or used as a side dish for fish or meat. Bok Choy is often cooked with garlic, shallots, or ginger, and tends to take on the flavour of whatever it is cooked with. Use chickpeas cooked from dry, or canned chickpeas, if others are not available.Asian Broccoli SaladBy Selina RoseAn Asian inspired salad. This can be served as a side dish to a meat meal, or combined with nuts or beans to make a light meal.Sweet Potato ToastBy Selina RoseThat’s right, the bread substitute you can make in your toaster. This is the hottest thing to hit your kitchen table since… Ok, you just have to try it. Enjoy!Kale ChipsBy Selina RoseGet your greens and satisfy your cravings for salt and crunch!Chocolate Coconut Energy BitesBy Selina RoseThis is a versatile recipe where you can add and change ingredients easily. Variations include; using different nuts, raisins, cacao nibs, or super food powders like Maca. These bites are great to have on hand for a quick healthy snack. Keep them in the fridge and take them out to bring with you on-the-go.Chocolate Energy BallsBy Selina RoseThis is a versatile recipe where you can add and change ingredients easily. Variations include; using different nuts, raisins, cacao nibs, shredded coconut, or super food powders like Maca. Makes a large batch that can be kept on hand in the fridge for quick, convenient energy.Spicy Chickpea SnackBy Selina RoseThese oven-roasted chickpeas are a perfect grab-and-go snack. Keep them in your desk drawer at work, or pack them to take on a hike or bike ride. They’re packed with protein and full of flavour!Caprese Salad SkewersBy Selina RoseWhere’s the Kale? SmoothieBy Selina RoseA nutrient-packed berry smoothie that’s sweet, creamy and hides the taste and texture of kale! The perfect healthy breakfast, post-workout meal or afternoon snack.Kale Detox SmoothieBy Selina RosePower Berry SmoothieBy Selina RoseStarting your day with a mix of protein, healthy fats, and complex carbohydrates will give you energy and help you maintain it throughout the day.Whole Body Greens SmoothieBy Selina RoseA great way to get your greens is through a smoothie. You’ll get a boost of antioxidants and all of the alkalizing properties of greens in a convenient, portable drink. Yum!Green Grapefruit SmoothieBy Selina RoseThis smoothie hides extra greens with a surprise grapefruit twist. It’s sweet-tart flavour is sure to please your palateGreen Goodness SmoothieBy Selina RoseA great way to get your greens in the morning is through a smoothie. Use a high powered blender for best results.Avo-Banana Green SmoothieBy Selina RoseThis is your creamiest green smoothie with staying power enough for a busy morning or a long afternoon. Enjoy!Mighty Mango SmoothieBy Selina RoseChai Tahini SmoothieBy Selina RoseWhite Bean Spread with TunaBy Selina RoseThis versatile spread is a great way to get lean protein and complex carbs at the same time. Spice it differently to create variations!Tahini Lemon Juice Buddha-Bowl SauceBy Selina RoseTahini is a paste made from sesame seeds. Half a cup of tahini contains more calcium than a glass of milk! Try this tahini sauce as a dressing for a macrobiotic bowl.Mustard DressingBy Selina RoseThis mustard dressing is a go-to favourite. It goes great with my Turkey & Kale meatballs.Classic Chickpea HummusBy Selina RoseSome classics are too good to mess with. This hummus recipe is one of them. All of the protein and goodness of chickpeas, with the classic smooth and creamy texture. Enjoy as a dip, spread, or side.Green Pea GuacamoleBy Selina RoseA twist on the classic guacamole; green peas make it bright in colour and reduce the fat content, so you can enjoy more.GheeBy Selina RoseGhee is clarified butter with all of the milk proteins removed. It’s lactose free and has a high smoke point, making it ideal for cooking. The best part is that it retains the delicious buttery taste. Add it to your cooking, popcorn, or anywhere else you’d use butter.Malaysian Curry RubBy Selina RoseThis spice rub is great on chicken and turkey, especially when using the BBQ.Southwestern Spice RubBy Selina RoseThis versatile spice rub can be used on steak for grilling, or ground meats as a taco seasoning.Taco Spice RubBy Selina RoseThis versatile spice rub can be used on steak for grilling, or ground meats as a taco seasoning.Currie-Orange-Ginger VinaigretteBy Selina RoseA new twist on the traditional vinaigrette. Be mindful when choosing this dressing for salads with meat. This dressing can be made in larger batches and stored in the fridge for up to two weeks.Creamy Avocado Salad DressingBy Selina RoseA healthy option for the creamy salad dressing lovers.Traditional French VinaigretteBy Selina RoseThis traditional vinaigrette pairs well with spinach, mixed greens, or mixed vegetables.Classic Creamy Caesar DressingBy Selina RoseAlter the ingredients in this traditional Caesar salad dressing to suit your taste, or dietary restrictions.Tahini Lemon DressingBy Selina RoseThis Middle Eastern-inspired dressing is great on grilled vegetables or fresh salad greens, and also makes a great side for grilled meats or salmon.Ginger-Nut DressingBy Selina RoseThis Asian-inspired dressing is so delicious you’ll want to put it on everything! It goes well with fresh, raw salads, or as a dip for cooked chicken skewers.Coconut Oil SpreadBy Selina RoseA delicious twist on margarine that contains absolutely no dairy! Olive oil gives coconut oil a savory flavour, which tastes great anywhere you would normally use butter. Because this spread contains olive oil it is not recommended for high heat cooking.Homemade Margarine SpreadBy Selina RoseThis easy to make spread is a healthy alternative to margarine (without the hydrogenated fat and chemicals). Use this on toast, pancakes, or to top cooked vegetables. Because this spread contains olive oil it is not recommended for high heat cooking.Quick Savory Grilled PeachesBy Selina RoseGrilled peaches make an excellent addition to salads in the summertime. They can also be a sweet ending to a healthy meal.Chocolate Avocado Pudding DessertBy Selina RoseA summer time dessert so delicious you’ll want it every day! The best part is, it’s filled with healthy fat, antioxidants and fiber, so you can eat it (almost) as often as you’d like.Berries ’n Cream DessertBy Selina RoseA summer time dessert so delicious you’ll want it every day! The best part is, it’s filled with healthy fat, antioxidants and fiber, so you can eat it (almost) as often as you’d like.Quick Quinoa Breakfast ‘Cereal’By Selina RoseIt’s a good idea to make extra quinoa when cooking for a recipe. Use leftover quinoa for a quick hot breakfast.Tomato, Bacon and Arugula Quiche with Sweet Potato CrustBy Selina RoseA delicious and simple to make breakfast quiche with sweet potato crust.Breakfast Chia Seed PuddingBy Selina RoseChia seeds and coconut milk make for a Paleo-friendly pudding that works great for breakfast. High in anti-inflammatory omega-3s, this sweet chia pudding is a make-ahead recipe that will save you time, fill you up on fiber.Avocado Eggs (Paleo approved)By Selina RoseA delicious new breakfast/brunch idea. Avocados add to the healthy omega fat profile, and eggs bring the protein to this fantastic combination. Top with tomato salsa and you’ll be full for hours.Golden MilkBy Selina RoseGolden milk is an anti-inflammatory elixir. Turmeric is known for it’s high antioxidant content and anti-inflammatory power. Combining turmeric with the soothing healthy fats found in coconut milk makes this drink an immune booster that’s ready to calm whole body inflammation.Home Made Electrolyte WaterBy Selina RoseIt’s essential to replenish electrolytes when playing sports, spending time in the sun, and after sweat-inducing exercise. The downside to traditional sports drinks is the amount of sugar (or chemicals in the sugar-free variety). Luckily there’s an easy way to make a tasty drink that will replenish electrolytes and satisfy your thirst.