Burrito Bowl

Burrito Bowl

Vegan and gluten free burrito bowl made with rice, corn, tomato, coriander, beans, avocado, lime juice, spicy tofu and vegan mayo. This dish is like a poke bowl, with a nice variety of raw and cooked, hot and cold ingredients.

Fall Quinoa Bowl

Fall Quinoa Bowl

A colorful and nutritious quinoa bowl with fall vegetables, mushrooms, chickpeas, and spices.
This heartwarming meal is vegan and gluten free.

Rustic Rye Hazelnut Bread

Rustic Rye Hazelnut Bread

This hazelnut rye bread is very easy to make at home even if you don’t have a great oven. The only thing you’ll need is a dutch oven or similar.

Stuffed Baked Potatoes with Mushrooms and Nuts

Stuffed Baked Potatoes with Mushrooms and Nuts

These vegan baked potatoes are stuffed with a mushroom and nuts filling. They can be served as a main dish with greens on the side, like a lettuce salad or green beans.

Mac And Squash

Mac And Squash

This vegan macaroni and squash recipe is perfect for the cold days ahead. I chose butternut squash because it brings a creamy texture and a nutty taste. The bright orange color works perfectly too in a plant-based mac and cheese.

Breakfast Rice Pudding Bowl

Breakfast Rice Pudding Bowl

This rice pudding bowl is a great option for a vegan and gluten free breakfast. There are so many ways to enjoy it that you’ll never get tired of it!

Plant-Based Olive Oil Brioche Buns

Plant-Based Olive Oil Brioche Buns

Vegan brioche buns made with olive oil and plant-based milk. Have them as a savory or sweet dish depending on what you sprinkle on top!

Very Green Spirulina Smoothie

Very Green Spirulina Smoothie

This smoothie is full of nutrients and antioxidants, not only because of the spirulina powder, but also because of the avocado, the banana and the nut butter.

Taboulé : Couscous Salad, The French Way

Taboulé : Couscous Salad, The French Way

This couscous salad is what we call in France taboulé. Its name is coming from tabbouleh, which is a Levantine parsley and bulgur salad. It has many variations throughout the Near East, the Arab World, in Cyprus and Armenia. Because of our colonial heritage, there is a big influence of Maghreb food in France. Couscous is actually one of the most popular dish there. That’s how taboulé arrived in french kitchens.

Rhubarb Jam, With Dried Apricots and Orange Juice

Rhubarb Jam, With Dried Apricots and Orange Juice

This rhubarb jam is one of these recipes that remind me of home. My mom has been making it for years every summer with rhubarb picked in the family garden. I love everything about it : smell, taste, texture…