Bananas contain high levels of tryptophan and vitamin B6, which together produce serotonin and make the brain happy.
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.
I can't get enough chocolate chunk cookies - it's by far my favourite cookie, even during the…
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.
Coming in at fewer than 50 calories per kiwi, these tasty little fruits are packed with as much fibre as one cup of instant oatmeal, 23 almonds or one cup of brussel sprouts.
Cream filled Jos Louis are a lunchtime favourite - and they're easy to make at home, from scratch!
My son and I have started a new weekend tradition - bake cookies together on Sundays to pack in school lunches all week.
This raspberry cocoa jam is perfect for making at the end of summer - and will elevate your morning toast (or PB&J) to new heights. From The Canning Kitchen, by Amy Bronee.
As easy to make as a grilled cheese sandwich, quesadillas make great vehicles for all sorts of leftovers.