lemony roasted broccoli and tempeh with quinoa // themuffinmyth.com

lemony roasted broccoli and tempeh with quinoa

Batch cooked quinoa comes together with lemony roasted broccoli and tempeh for a quick, easy, and nourishing make-ahead meal. Sundays are perfect for weekday prep, so let’s do some batch cooking, shall we? Let’s whip up a batch of something fast. Something jam-packed with goodness. Something that’s good when it’s warm but equally good when… 

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what's good around the web + weekly meal plan // the muffin myth

what’s good around the web + weekly meal plan

I flipped back through my notebook this morning and realized that I started writing these meal plans exactly one year ago! I didn’t start sharing them here until towards the end of April, but was sketching them out for myself and sharing them on instagram. It was interesting to flip back and what I’d been… 

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Indonesian black rice pudding - vegan, gluten free, and delicious for a nourishing breafkast or afternoon snack // themuffinmyth.com

Indonesian black rice pudding

A luscious black rice pudding made with coconut milk and palm sugar. Vegan and gluten free, this is a traditional Indonesian breakfast. We spent a few days in Ubud, Bali, in December. It wasn’t our favourite part of the trip – I blame Elizabeth Gilbert for ruining Ubud – but it’s definitely where we ate the… 

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the soy situation // themuffinmyth.com

the soy situation {guest post}

A few years ago I had the privilege of meeting the wonderful Kellie of Food to Glow at a food blogger conference. We had an instant connection and a lot in common – Kellie is a cancer nutrition educator – and over the years it has seemed that we might in fact share a brain;… 

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slow cooker lentil shepherd’s pie

An easy and nourishing vegan lentil Shepherd’s pie filling made in your slow cooker. Simply serve with hot mashed potatoes, or stuff into a baked sweet potato.  By way of the calendar, spring is just around the corner. The days are getting longer, the weather is (at least where I live) milder, and I can… 

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