The combination of sweet banana and crunchy walnuts make them taste like banana bread in pancake form. Delicious with maple syrup!
Creamy turkey tetrazzini, a traditional Italian dish, is pure comfort food that tends to be a hit with kids – if they’re not keen on mushrooms, leave them out, or replace them with another veggie, like chopped zucchini.
Jambalaya is a Creole Spanish dish made of rice, chicken, sausage and shrimp, simmered with tomatoes and stock – it’s a great meal when you need to feed a crowd. Bring the wide pan right to the table and serve it with a tossed green salad for a complete meal.
Chopped leftover turkey can be packaged up with any number of ingredients – leftover veggies and gravy work particularly well – to make pies kids can eat out of hand, or you can tuck into their lunch box. Alternatively, use cooled turkey tetrazzini to stuff your hand pies.
These tasty treats by Michael and Anna Olson are perfect for holiday entertaining - easy to prepare, and not as spicy as you might think.
Hockey season has begun, which means more time spent gathered in front of the TV. Here's a classic recipe for crunchy beer-battered onion rings that will keep your home crowd cheering.
Is there a more classic lunch combination than tomato soup with grilled cheese? Here, roasted tomatoes are turned into a flavourful soup, topped with gooey open-faced cheese toasts that act as lids; alternatively, melt and serve them alongside the soup.
Who doesn't love a warm brie? Rather than bake this one, you spoon warm blueberry compote in the middle and on top of this brie, making it a little less sloppy but no less delicious than a traditionally baked brie.
Though the aroma of a pot of homemade soup simmering on the stove is always enticing, it can be intimidating for many cooks to prepare. But homemade soups need not eat up hours of kitchen time. In fact, they don’t even require much in the way of culinary know-how. There are plenty of shortcuts to get them on your table so your family can reap an assortment of health benefits.
This bowl of bakes potato soup makes a perfect snack or a satisfying meal.
Cookie season is coming - these dense, chewy, chocolatey cookies are spiked with mint, making them perfect for holiday sharing.
Cured sausage flavours the whole pot of lentil and barley soup.
Without gluten, there’s no need to worry about tough pastry; with a tender, shortbread texture, chilling this dough well will make it easier to roll. Use it to top these festive savoury pies, or for any traditional pie or tart recipe.
This mildly spiced cake with maple-spiked frosting makes the house smell wonderful in fall and winter.
Wintery butternut squash soup, sweetened with maple syrup and a pear, is perfect for festive gatherings or weeknight meals, and is ideal for sipping from a mug après-ski, or when doing homework.