Turn a stack of fresh corn tortillas into an irresistibly sweet, crunchy, gluten-free snack.
This big black bean and barley salad is nutrient-dense and delicious - with a grainy base it's perfectly portable for a potluck or picnic.
These homemade watermelon-raspberry smoothies contain the whole fruit, yet they look and taste more like commercial slurpees - only they're not composed of sugar and food colouring.
Thank mom for all the hard work with brunch with this baked egg eups recipe.
Meet Ron Finley, a guerrilla gardener from south central LA who plants vegetable gardens in abandoned lots, traffic medians, along the curbs... anywhere he and his team of volunteers can find space. Beyond beautifying the city ("the soil is my canvas," he says) he wants to offer an alternative to fast food in a community where "the drive-thrus are killing more people than the drive-bys."
Here's a fun kitchen project kids can do themselves - mix up cookie dough, roll, cut and paint using edible paint made of egg yolk, creating smoth, glossy cookies for Mom without all the mess of decorating with icing and candies!
It’s exciting when your child starts eating solid foods; that first foray into real meals opens up a world of culinary possibilities.
Cookbook for Weaners, by Melissa Gunning and Jennifer House MSc, RD, takes the guesswork out of food prep for little ones.
We love this idea that takes butter chicken on-the-go.
Not only are single serving frittatas a handy way to nibble protein and veggies – they’re perfect for toddlers as well.
A muffuletta is an Italian sub-style sandwich that fits perfectly with the current trend toward charcuterie.
Norrie loves oven baked sweet potato fries, dusted with cinnamon; ensure they don’t bake so long that they develop hard, crispy ends.
Soft polenta sticks are easy for little hands to grab and chew (they may have as much fun squishing them as they do eating them!)
Homemade flavoured water is simple and nearly free; sliced fresh citrus, berries or cucumber flavours the water naturally, without sugar, preservatives or artificial colours, and you can simply replenish the water as the pitcher empties.
A good, basic banana bread recipe is indispensable when you have little ones in the house.