These vegan chai pecan cookies are aromatic, gluten-free, oil-free, dairy-free and full of rich chai spices, soft texture and pecans. This recipe uses the Chai Spice blend from our local Kelowna Don-O-Ray Farms containing a ground blend of fennel seed, black cardoon, cloves and cinnamon. 1 ¼ cups Oat flour, super fine 2 tsp Chai ground…Read More →
Mind Body Soul is an integrative practice that is dedicated to wholehearted living. Nourishing your body with healthy foods that can support and sustain you is an essential part of general wellbeing. Our bodies function best when they are supported with vitamins and minerals from our foods and supplements. These compounds are vital to essential body processes. When we are deficient and lacking in nourishment, our health begins to suffer.
At Mind Body Soul, we love helping our patients learn to fuel their body properly. Our collection of recipes focuses on healthy eating and using whole, natural foods wherever possible. In this recipe collection, you’ll find vegan and vegetarian options, as well as keto-friendly and gluten-free alternatives. Trust us, they’re delicious! Once you start giving your body whole, nutritious foods, you begin to crave them more and more.
Come see what’s for dinner or your next social gathering!
If you feel like a home-made one-pot dish in 25 minutes – this Thai Vegetable Noodle Soup is for you – you just need to prep the spice blend in advance! This recipe is loaded with veggies & warm Thai spices to satisfy your belly on a cold winter night. ½ cup thinly sliced scallions…Read More →
Can’t find a tofurkey? This dish offers a perfect savoury-sweet contrast of tart-but-sweet cranberry glaze coupled with a hearty loaf. It fulfills every requirement of a holiday dinner main dish. A whole foods, plant-based alternative to the holiday turkey or tofurkey. Try this delicious and interesting Vegan Loaf for your holiday meal, and smother it…Read More →
Warm up on a cold winter day with this Creamy Indian Vegetable Korma recipe. Aromatic spices and creamy coconut milk make for a healthy and satisfying vegan dish. FOR THE SAUCE 1 medium yellow onion, peeled and halved 3 cloves garlic, peeled 1 (1-inch) piece ginger root, roughly chopped 1 jalapeno pepper, stemmed and seeded…Read More →
A delicious twist on green beans and potatoes – Romesco Roasted Potatoes and Green Beans Roasted Veg: 2 pounds Yukon gold yellow or red potatoes chopped into ½ inch cubes 1 ½ tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 lb green beans, chopped into 1 inch pieces Fine sea salt and freshly ground black pepper Romesco-Inspired…Read More →
Vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, refined sugar-free, soy-free – all this and the best lentil soup we’ve had yet! Lentils are rich in fibre, folate and at least 7 different minerals. They are a also great source of protein in a vegan diet. We love this soup as it relies mostly on pantry staples. It is so quick and easy…Read More →
Quinoa is one of our favourite grains to work with and recommend. Because quinoa flour is high in protein, it will bake similarly to regular flour and result in a delicious melt-in-your-mouth, soft cookie. Quinoa flour is a wonderful option for gluten-sensitive or allergic patients and is rich in fibre, magnesium, phosphorus, folate and small…Read More →
These buckwheat cookies were so delicious, we made them twice in one week! Buckwheat has a delicious nutty flavour and when combined with almonds, is a nutrient-dense treat. These are soft and chewy, and the organic strawberry jam makes the perfect addition. 1 cup Organic Light Buckwheat or Sprouted Buckwheat Flour 1 1/2 cups Organic Almond…Read More →
A recent study was published touting mushrooms for their brain health benefits. Mushrooms are not just full of protein but they are rich in ergothioneine – a potent antioxidant, similar to glutathione, that helps to reduce mild cognitive decline and protect our energy-producing mitochondria. Homemade mushroom soup doesn’t take too much skill or effort. If you…Read More →
As we ease into spring with warmer days ahead and perhaps the innate desire to cleanse, we invite you to try a novel way to increase your brassicaceae content with this Roasted Buddha Bowl. Cruciferous vegetables such as these are naturally high in fiber and B-vitamins, and provide antioxidants and phytonutrients that help protect against…Read More →