The truth about me is that I love to cook and bake very simple. Okay, I almost never bake but when I do I like it simple. Since I spend 90% of my day eating I need things that are easy to put together but still taste super delicious.  When I first found out about Oh She Glows way back when I first became a vegetarian (now vegan) I fell in love.  This woman not only displayed a lot of talent when it came to the food department but she was genuine, the kind of girl that didn’t look like she was trying too hard and I loved that about her.  Her skills in the kitchen were something I wanted to simulate and I have been hooked ever since.  She recently released her first cook book (about time there sweet girl) but I am loving it just as much as her blog.

This recipe is equally delicious as it is ample and that is what I love about it.  I strongly recommend soaking the chia seeds in your dairy free milk over night, it allows them to poof up nicely and give that texture you desire.  I add the sweetener and vanilla at the same time so all I have to do the next day is layer it up and serve!  The ingredients for this recipe are in the above picture.   

A lot of you may know I am extremely passionate about health and nutrition.  When I first started studying to become a Registered Nurse I just wanted to learn more and more about our bodies and how important it is to nourish and care for them.  Shortly after I became a vegetarian and then not too long after that I chose to live a vegan lifestyle (incase you didn’t already know).  I talk about my lifestyle choices often because I feel they play play a huge part in making me the person I am today.  Please join me along on Instagram at Convey The Food as I convey some of my all time favourite, simple meals with you all.  You don’t even have to be vegan or vegetarian to enjoy them.


| RECIPE: Oh She Glows | APRON: Anthropologie | SHIRT: Forever 21 | NAIL POLISH: Revlon | PHOTOGRAPHY BY: Kimberlee Martin Photography |

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