This Instant Pot Hot Chocolate is creamy and rich, yet not overly indulgent. It’s lightly sweetened with maple syrup and Nutella. And it’s cooked quickly and conveniently in Instant Pot without any stirring. Perfect way to enjoy Hot Chocolate on a cold winter day!
Instant Pot Baked Apples (vegan and gluten-free)
Instant Pot Baked Apples are sweet and soft and luscious with a crunch from walnuts and a slight tang from cranberries. It’s like eating an Apple Pie without any guilt. And they are ready in under 30 minutes! Delicious, healthy, vegan and gluten-free dessert!
Instant Pot Fruity Egg Bites (gluten-free)
These Instant Pot Fruity Egg Bites are lightly sweetened with banana and fruits and berries. They are soft and fluffy and taste like a mix between pancakes and ricotta cakes but they are gluten-free. Perfect with maple syrup for breakfast.
Instant Pot Maple Cranberry Sauce
This Instant Pot Maple Cranberry Sauce is lightly sweetened and beautifully tart. It’s a delicious accompaniment to Thanksgiving turkey, cheese platter, or even your morning toast. Easily made in electric pressure cooker and very versatile.
Pumpkin Cranberry Fudge
Pumpkin Cranberry Fudge is sweet and creamy with a subtle pumpkin spice taste and a beautiful tart cranberry swirl. You only need a few minutes to mix it and just a handful of ingredients from your pantry.
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Mango Orange Chili Popsicles – Spicy and Refreshing
Mango Orange Chili Popsicles are sweet, spicy, and refreshing. Great way to cool down in the summer. Chili pepper adds a fine spicy note to sweet fruit. Naturally sweet, vegan, raw, gluten-free.
Don’t forget to view the post to see a fun video of how easy these popsicles are made… Teaser: my popsicles love to smile!!
No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies (vegan and gluten-free)
These No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies are super easy to make. No bake, raw, vegan and gluten-free they are full of flavour. No-one will know that they are good for you with their intense chocolate and peanut butter taste. Perfect to make in the summer!
This is a recipe I created just when I got home from the hospital with my Baby and I have made it at least a dozen times since then. I’ve updated the post with more information, ideas for substitutions, and new photos!
Easy Bean Salad with Pecans (vegan and gluten-free)
This Easy Bean Salad with Pecans is perfect for summer picnics or potlucks. It’s made only with a handful of ingredients found in your pantry but has a really bright and vibrant flavour. It’s healthy, filling, naturally gluten-free and vegan! Great for summer meal prep! Click to read more and watch a video of how EASY this salad is to make!
Strawberry Chia Jam Recipe (Instant Pot)
This Strawberry Chia Jam is sweet, delicious, and perfectly healthy as it contains no refined sugar! Made in an electric pressure cooker, this Instant Pot Jam takes very little hands-on time and is super convenient to make. Great way to add a little sunshine and sweetness to your breakfast without any guilt! Click to read all the tips and to view the video!
Braised Duck Breasts with Apples and Onions
When making these Braised Duck Breasts with Apples and Onions, your kitchen will smell like a high-end restaurant. Succulent duck breasts meld together with delicious sweet and tart apple-onion sauce with cranberries. It’s a comforting and delicious meal perfect for any celebration or just a cozy weekend dinner.
This recipe for the Braised Duck Breasts with Apples and Onions is an homage to that Russian Duck with Apples. In Russia, the most popular duck recipe is for the whole duck that is stuffed with whole or chopped apples and then roasted in the oven. In my version, I use duck breasts that I sear first, then braise in a delicious mixture of Ontario apples, onions, thyme, and cranberries. For those who think that braising duck breasts is a sacrilege, I tried this same recipe with duck legs also. It works and is totally delicious but I personally like Braised Duck Breasts with Apples and Onions more than the legs. To make this recipe even more Russian, I serve it with buckwheat, which is a traditional side in Russian cuisine.