Winter is a great time to pack a picnic - here are some tips to make your food good to go, whether you're heading out to skate, ski, snowshoe or just experience the great (cold) outdoors.
Chicken satay are really like chicken fingers on a stick - minus the crunchy coating.
When I have cream in my fridge that's starting to reach its prime, I bake a batch of scones.
We've been baking these painted sugar cookies since we were kids - paintbrushes are far easier to handle than icing bags, there's far less mess, and the "paint" bakes on to a smooth, colourful sheen - perfect for giving or hanging on the tree!
At Christmastime, I'm in the habit of delivering tasty things to friends, neighbours, teachers and co-workers in the weeks leading up to Christmas. These maple-bacon spiced nuts are completely addictive - you may have a hard time giving them away.
'Tis the season to bake cookies - and if you have kids in the house, gingerbread men are likely on the agenda.
Here's a new idea for meatless Monday - fresh, homemade falafel come together quickly with a single can of chickpeas. Top with creamy tzatziki made with ripe avocado. It makes great party food too!
These trendy treats are easy to make in minutes. All you need is an inexpensive can of chickpeas.
No one will ever know that this moist chocolate snacking cake is made with a higher fibre (and far more nutrient-dense) alternative to your usual wheat flour.
Try morphing hummus and tzatziki for a nutrient-dense, flavourful dip that's perfect for parties - or eating for lunch at your desk!