Energy Balls

Simple and Delicious, my two favourite words when in the kitchen.

Checkout this simple recipe that I have created using various ingredients from different recipes.

The beauty of these energy balls is that you can throw anything into the mix and they will taste great! Go ahead and experiment! 


-1 cup ot oats

-1/2 cup of coconut

-1/2 cup of crunchy peanut butter

-1/3 cup of chocolate chips

-1/3 cup ofcraisins

-1/3 cup of almonds

-1/3 cup of honey

-1 tbsp of flaxseed

-1 tsp of vanilla


-Combine all ingredients in the food processor and blend until pieces of ingredients are chopped finely.

-Roll and compress into rounds and place in refrigerator, in an air tight containers.




Chicken Salad Sandwich

Tonight I did not feel like cooking an elaborate supper, so chicken salad sandwiches it was!

This week, (at least Monday to Friday) I made a goal for myself: to not eat bread. Therefore, my sandwich was bread-less, but wrapped in Iceberg lettuce. Messy, yet I have to say, it was pretty good! I made Andrew’s sandwiches on wraps – he was happy with that.

These are the ingredients:

I chopped apple, celery, onion, and kale. I also added dried cranberries and sunflower seeds. I cooked the chicken with a little sprinkle of salt and pepper. I mixed all the ingredients together and added light mayo and 1/2 tsp of dijon mustard.


Enjoy…the simple things… like an easy chicken salad sandwich.