spring living lentil bowls - gluten free and easily vegan, these are packed with fresh spring flavours // themuffinmyth.com

spring living lentil bowls

A light yet substantial gluten-free and easily vegan meal bowl featuring beluga lentils, spring asparagus, pan-fried halloumi cheese, avocado, pea shoots, and seeds.  Spring produce is starting to appear in my corner of the world. I made a rhubarb crumble this weekend past, the first of the year, and damn was it ever 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

Hi folks, I hope you’re all enjoying relaxing and nourishing weekends. We’ve had lots of sunshine but chilly temperatures, like spring really wants to be here but just can’t quite get there yet. Here’s hoping that May will be a nice, warm month! This coming week is a short one, so I only need to… 

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a light lunch bowl - chickpea and napa cabbage slaw // themuffinmyth.com

a light lunch bowl – napa cabbage slaw with chickpeas

A fresh and light lunch bowl with shredded napa cabbage, parsley, and chickpeas. I put up our blackout blinds last weekend. And by blackout blinds I of course mean the dark brown fitted sheet we hang over our bedroom window during the summer months. Our apartment, quite bafflingly, is fitted with black blinds in every… 

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snack attack! edamame + sea salt // themuffinmyth.com

snack attack! edamame + sea salt

I think edamame may just be the perfect snack. These little pods of goodness can be steamed in a matter of minutes and sprinkled with a bit of sea salt for a satisfying snack that brings high quality plant-based protein and a good amount of dietary fiber to the table. Plus they’re freaking delicious! I… 

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healthier applesauce snacking cake with oat flour and maple sugar // themuffinmyth.com

recipe redux – healthier applesauce snacking cake

This spiced vegan friendly applesauce cake is tender, moist, and studded with raisins. Made healthier with oat flour and maple sugar, it’s an afternoon treat you can feel good about. I’m excited to announce that I recently became a member of a community of like-minded health focused bloggers called The Recipe Redux.  Started by registered dietitians, The… 

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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

Hey folks. In an exercise of letting things go, I’m a day late with this week’s meal plan post. And you know what? Nothing bad happened. The internet didn’t explode. You’re all still here. Phew! After a very indulgent Easter weekend and then a very indulgent weekend in Paris, I’ve been feeling the need for… 

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It's snack time! These sweet and crunchy carrot sticks are paired with a delish lemony tahini sauce for an A-1 healthy snack. // themuffinmyth.com

snack attack! carrot sticks + tahini sauce

IT’S SNAAAAAACK TIME!!! I love packing carrot sticks for munching on in the afternoon when I’m feeling snacky. I usually peel and chop a whole bunch of them (and celery sticks) on Sunday’s when I’m doing my meal prep for the week, and I find they last well in the fridge. I like carrot sticks… 

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spicy harissa cauliflower frittata with halloumi and capers // themuffinmyth.com

spicy cauliflower frittata

Spicy harissa paste, chewy halloumi cheese, and salty capers come together in this quick and easy one-pan frittata that’s perfect for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This past weekend in Paris was fabulous. It’s such an incredible city, beautiful and sparkly and vibrant. We were lucky with the weather (glorious!), Paul ran a great race (one… 

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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

Bonjour from Paris! I hope you’ve all got fun weekends planned – mind will be filled with baguettes and croissants and fromage, oh my! We get home from Paris on Monday evening, and I’m sure we’ll be in need of a nice big salad then! I’m not sure if we’ll have the time or energy for… 

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