Are you all out of creative school lunch ideas to feed your kids? Take a peek at our box recipes thanks to our food editor, Julie Van Rosendaal. All the while, keep up-to-date with the latest nutrition issues your kids face at school.
This cookbook offers concrete advice on everything from meal planning for the week, to stocking home pantries with essential building blocks for quick and nutritious meals.
You can stuff acorn or other smaller-sized squash with just about anything; it’s a great way to use up leftover rice or other grains, or bits of fresh or cooked veggies.
Eating more produce packed with nutrients and assorted health-promoting compounds offers a variety of perks including easier weight management and a decreased likelihood of developing many chronic diseases.
These tender, savoury pancakes are a quick, tasty way to cook up squash; serve them as is, or alongside roasted meat or fish.
Inside-out chocolate chip cookies are perfect to pack to take camping or to the beach, or to stash away for a busy back-to-school.
We chose a few of our favourite things to help make back-to-school lunches even more fun!
Including fibre may not only affect children’s health during childhood but it may help to prevent disease later in life.
Apples and cheese make a classic pie combo – they also pair well in a not-too-sweet muffin that’s perfect for grabbing on your way out the door.
This smooth soup is perfect for cool weather sipping. Apples add sweetness and acidity to winter squash and humble root vegetables like parsnips (those things that look like large white carrots).
This quick, crustless cheesecake is soft and dreamy, and you can serve it up with a spoon. No fussing with a crust, and cinnamon-sugared apples on top prevent any cracks from forming, too.