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.
Perfect for fall with the warmth of spices and zing of lemon, this Ginger Cardamon Loaf is quick to whip up and great to have on hand any day of the week.
If you only have the bandwidth for one Pumpkin baked good this fall, this could be it. It requires no crazy ingredients, it’s naturally gluten free, only two bowls are left to wash up afterwards, and it’s even better with cream cheese frosting – always a bonus.
BC blueberries are in season - they're perfect for everything from cobblers to smoothies, but we love adding them to waffles - and scattering them overtop, too.
I have learned that when baking gluten free, if you bake something everyone raves about, make it again, then make it again slightly differently. You could use this recipe and swap the blueberries for strawberries, or maybe create an apple cinnamon version.
Gingerbread isn't exclusive to the holiday season-sweet and hearty pancakes warmed with spice made a perfect weekend brunch at Island Lake Lodge in Fernie - and they shared the recipe.
These would be fabulous as a breakfast cookie, loaded with oats, currants, coconut flour and coconut flakes for extra protein, and not too much added sugar.
It’s time to take the stress out of the AM so you can quickly (and effortlessly) start your day. One of the best ways to do this is to do your meal prep the night before.
Finding healthy solutions for you and your family can be easy, but our busy lifestyles still require us to look for fast ways to prep our meals. Blending convenience and nutrition can be tough for parents on the go. Instead of rushing in the morning to meal prep on your way out the door, you may want to turn to Quaker® overnight oats recipes.