Nettle leaf is probably my favourite herb (although it is hard to pick… no pun intended!). I have enjoyed this herb throughout my whole life. As a child, my mom was equally if not more excited about nettle season than I am now. We would have nettle soup with what my sister and I called "finger noodles" – those funny long hollow noodles you can stick on your fingers. We would then dip these in to thick green soup that was earthy, creamy, and tasted like… springtime!
To make easy, quick and delicious chai lattes, you will first need to make a chai concentrate. Concentrates are great because they store well in the refrigerator (2-3 weeks) and can be used to make chai lattes, iced chai, syrups, cocktails and more.
The first time I made homemade coconut oil based chocolates, I was amazed at how incredibly quick and easy it was and how delicious and smooth they were! With several ingredients and within 15-20 minutes, you have perfect mouthwatering chocolates... This recipe is flexible, and you can easily adjust amounts and ingredients to suit your particular taste or diet needs.
Substitute Pumpkin Spice with Chai Spice for an Extra Special Pumpkin Pie! This past weekend was Canadian Thanksgiving and while we had a mellow day at home with the twins, we decided to cook up a chicken, with potatoes, squash and rosemary, thyme, parsley and sage from the garden. And of course, pumpkin pie! This pie is incredibly simple to make, richly spiced using a blend of our Original Chai Blend spices (with some added allspice), and has a lovely texture and an indulgent old school graham cracker crust. We topped ours with sweetened coconut cream. To Make a Shanti...