Summer is meant for grilling! This Chipotle Grilled Corn takes your regular corn on the cob to a whole new level. Bursting with flavours like fresh lime, chipotle, cilantro, salty feta or cotija cheese and a crispy char from the BBQ. It’s such a fun and easy side dish to enjoy this season.
These honey roasted carrots are a great side dish for any occasion! Caramelized honey and fresh thyme make it extra addicting.
Garlicky Kale Mashed Potatoes make the perfect side dish with a healthier kick for your holiday table (or for any time of the year for that matter). I’ve modified this recipe to have a vegan option with zero taste compromise!
Maple Hasselback Sweet Potatoes… here just in time for Thanksgiving dinner. This stunning side dish is the perfect accompaniment to whatever you’re serving this holiday! Even if these sweet potatoes are the only thing you make, you’ll look like a rock star (ok, don’t do that for the record lol)!
These Parmesan Lemon Roasted Brussels Sprouts are by far my all-time favourite way to prep these adorable little veggies! This recipe comes together quickly and and can be prepped ahead, making them the perfect addition to your holiday dinner table.
Acorn squash is cut into pretty slices, tossed with a few simple ingredients and roasted to perfection for an easy, showy and delicious side dish in under 30 minutes!
Grilled vegetable skewers are the perfect way to show off your market haul or make use of your veggie garden if you’re so lucky! Here is our new go-to recipe along with a few summer grilling tips to up your grill-game!
Potato salad is a staple at most family BBQ’s and this lightened up classic recipe for Creamy Dill Potato Salad is killer. Filled with fresh dill, grainy dijon and baby red potatoes it will leave your guests wanting seconds!
This gluten-free dish is packed with earthy flavours and is perfect for the holiday table! A couple of our family members can’t eat gluten, so we are ALWAYS on the hunt for dishes that we can easily whip together that everyone will love! Because who wants to cook two separate meals? I mean, putting on…