This post is sponsored by Épices de Cru / Spice Trekkers. All opinions are my own and I genuinely love their products. Thank you for supporting the brands that make The Green Life possible! I’ve had this list of brands I’ve secretly been dreaming of collaborating with ever since starting this blog. Brands who do amazing
This post is sponsored by Les Vergers Hapi. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make The Green Life possible! I got invited to go apple picking this past weekend and although I was excited at the thought of going (I hadn’t been yet this season), Saturday morning came and
This post is sponsored by Maison Orphée, a local company I adore. All opinions are my own. I genuinely love their products and use them every day in my kitchen. Summer is slowly fading away, and I still have so many summery recipes bouncing in my head that haven’t seen the light of day. But I
The Green Life turned three years old this week! Three years of sharing my plant-based and natural living journey with you. It’s been a wild ride. Many ups and downs, smiles and tears to bring this little humble space of mine to where it is today. In the past year, The Green Life became more
I’m interrupting this beautiful long weekend for a moment to share the recipe for these healthier, vegan peanut butter fudgesicles, because I think they belong in your life. This heatwave is full on, so these are just what you might need to cool off. I’ll choose creamy popsicles over icy fruity pops 99% of the
Grilling lettuce? I was skeptical at first too, but it now has become a must for me in the summertime. You wouldn’t guess how delicious and crispy and smoky romaine lettuce becomes once it has sit on a BBQ grill for a few minutes. This recipe is definitely a must-try, even for the most skepticals.
I can already hear my skeptic friends tell me that if there’s a vegetable in the crust and no cheese on top it is most definitely not a pizza. But I like to think otherwise, especially when the said pizza is that good. I’ve been making this recipe often lately and it’s become a favourite
Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) is one of my all-time favourite herbs and I wanted to introduce you today to its wonderful benefits, so you can fall in love with it too.:) I like to think it’s no coincidence that nettle is one of the first plants to emerge from the frozen ground in the Spring.
Easter weekend is already here and totally snuck up on me this year. But I didn’t want to miss out on the opportunity to share a little something you could make for your Easter brunch. So these scones came to the rescue, as they always do when I’m in a baking mood, or when I’m