Pancakes

No introduction needed. This is a dairy-free and gluten-free recipe and no need to let the dough rest before cooking.   Ingredients 1 cup of almond meal 1 cup of sticky rice flour (easily found in international section of your supermarket) 2 tbsp of Baking powder 2 tbsp of brown sugar 2 cups of almond... Continue Reading →

Paleo brownies

I was looking for a little treat I could also take on the trails as a snack. This is a really quick recipe for delicious paleo brownies. Ingredients 1/3 cup coconut oil 1/2 cup cocoa powder 6 eggs 1 cup honey 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 1/2 cup coconut flour 1 cup chocolate chips or pecan... Continue Reading →

Langustino tails and rainbow chards

To change a little from baking, here is a main course recipe for lunch and dinner, quick to make, heathy and yummy. Those are quantities for one serving -616 calories.   Ingredients 2 yellow potatoes (medium size) 150 grams of Rainbow chard (swiss or green chard work too) 1/2 yellow onion 4 slices of bacon... Continue Reading →

Coconut waffles

Breakfast, to me, is the most important meal of the day. I like to have a filling breakfast to start my day right. Eggs and bacon are awesome but it gets old really fast. Here is a quick and easy recipe to make yummy and filling waffles. I try to use this recipe to make... Continue Reading →

Coconut blondie

This is one of my favorite recipe: it is really simple, quick to make and delicious. It's also an healthy treat, great for breakfast or as a snack.   Ingredients 3 eggs 1 cup almond milk (coconut milk can be used too) ⅓ cup coconut oil, melted ⅓ cup honey 1 cup almond meal 2... Continue Reading →

Banana muffins

One day, as the weather was overcast  and I didn't have to rush out the door for a long ride. I had a little time to bake a hearty breakfast. Banana bread would have taken too much time in the oven, so i opted for muffins, which only need 20minutes of baking.   Ingredients 1... Continue Reading →

Butternut squash pie

This is one of my favorite pie, a way yummier alternative than pumpkin pie. Ingredients 1 unbaked and chilled 9-inch pie shell 1 large butternut squash, cooked and pureed 1 1/2 cups pureed squash 1 cup light brown sugar, firmly packed 3 large eggs 3/4 cup evaporated milk or half-and-half 1 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon... Continue Reading →

Cherry plum pie

At the end of a ride on a nice summer day, I stumble on free cherry-plums that were given away by one of my neighbors at the time: locally grown and organic! I decided to grab some in order to make a tarte. Ingredients (serves 6): 2 lbs of cherry-plums 2 cup gluten-free flour 3/4... Continue Reading →

Surgery

It is hard to believe that this past week I had my first surgery: I've been able to go through life un-sliced for the past 18 years - when I broke my first (couple of) bone(s). Before MTBing, the other two sports that lead me to the hospital more than once were horse show jumping and... Continue Reading →

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