A sweet twist on a classic breakfast to add joy to your morning. Filled with fresh pineapple, yogurt and Nutella, these stuffed crepes are sure to be a family pleaser.
Deceptively simple at times, the dishes are always full of flavour.
These hearty sandwiches are a riff on the classic Philly Cheesesteak, only with sausages in the leading role; the recipe doubles easily for larger families (or appetites), and leftovers can be quickly transformed into a hearty pasta sauce the next day.
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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.
Apples are at their peak in fall – crisp, crunchy and sweet-tart, in a myriad of varieties far beyond what’s available the rest of the year, so take a bite out of these apple-inspired recipes.
These simple food swaps allow you to eat gluten-free without sacrificing great flavour.
Frozen puff pastry makes turnovers easy - and blueberries go so well with rhubarb tucked inside.
A new cookbook by Katie Webster celebrates pure maple syrup in the most delicious ways.
Cubes of watermelon paired with spring greens, thinly sliced purple onion and salty feta make a perfect summer salad!
But picnics are making a comeback - instead of jockeying for position on the patio, go find yourself a patch of grass. You'd be surprised how many foods are perfectly portable.
As a typical, busy parent, you’re on the go much of the time, shuttling kids from one activity to the next, taking care of errands, working and – if you’re lucky – playing, too. In all this hustle and bustle, your diet can suffer. And one of the first nutrients to feel the brunt is fibre.
Food writer and cookbook author Emily Richards has a new title under her belt.