Think of snacks as mini-meals; these nibbles are more than just filler - snacks account for almost a third of kids’ total caloric intake, providing a great opportunity for a nutritional boost. Toast to the rescue! It's easy, versatile, and kids can make it themselves.
Breakfast for dinner can be a lifesaver at the end of a long day, or when you need something good to go. Here are five quick ideas, beyond a bowl of cereal!
Trying to get more veggies into your family's diet? Winter squash - think butternut, acorn and hubbard - is delicious in a batch of muffins.
With nearly one million Canadian children at risk of getting nothing to eat before they go to school, Breakfast Club and Minute Maid provide students across the country with Minute Maid 100% Orange Juice to help them start their day on the right foot.
These simple food swaps allow you to eat gluten-free without sacrificing great flavour.
Everyone loves deviled eggs – at a party, they’re always the first to go. They have so much potential beyond the usual mayo and sprinkle of paprika; try dressing them up with any number of ingredients – or use your imagination.
A cast iron skillet is all you need to give leftovers a boost; baked or boiled potatoes lay the foundation, and you can toss in peppers, Brussels sprouts, chopped ham or sausage, or really anything you have in the fridge that needs using. The cherry on top? A sunny-side up fried egg.
When it gets chilly outside, warming up the house with a batch of muffins is a good idea. Coconut banana muffins are an interesting twist on the usual - if you want to turn up the tropical flavour factor, stir in some chopped dried apricots, dates and/or candied ginger.
There are so many good things at their peak all at once - here's how to freeze the best of the season to extend summer long into fall.
Fruit, yogurt and grains make a balanced breakfast; why not freeze them on a stick for sticky summer mornings?