Looking for an alternative to breakfast in muffin form? Try these Carrot Apple Walnut Muffins. Loaded with grated apple and carrot they tick the healthy box, and get your morning started off on the right track.
Just because a label doesn’t broadcast sugar by its common name doesn’t mean it isn’t there. In fact, there are upwards of 50 different names for added sugar (!), and some of them could trick even the smartest shopper. Here are a few to look out for:
You posed your pressing kitchen questions and we found the expert to answer. Read on for foodie wisdom from Shai Mandel, owner of Toronto children’s cooking school Rooks to Cooks.
No need to mess around with piping tips to get an adorable cake for your kid’s big day (or any other random day that requires cake!).
Here’s a delish, no-cook solution bursting with fresh veggies and pre-roasted chicken, with a sweet and savoury dipping sauce on the side.
You know there are ingredients that, by their very nature, are more likely to get a “yuck!” We’re aiming to change that. Take broccoli: There’s no way your kiddos can turn up their noses at these crispy, cheesy nibbles.
Wow your friends and family with the aroma of freshly baked bread. One bowl, a quick rise then bake. Easy!
For a different take on ham and bean soup try smoked turkey instead. Paired with white beans and kale it's a winner of a soup.
Super moist and packed with fruit and nuts, this gluten free blueberry almond lemon loaf is perfect for dinner, a snack, packed in your lunch, or with coffee any day of the week.
This Vegan Chocolate Banana Bread is moist and almost fudge like. Best described as "death by chocolate cake" meets your favorite banana bread.
For a robust White Bean and Leek Soup with an amazing depth of flavor - break out the crockpot. Dinner should always be this easy!
Craving lasagna on a weeknight? Try baked ravioli instead, with only 4 ingredients and on the table in under an hour it's sure to be a big hit.