This recipe comes from Montreal food blogger Aimée Wimbush-Bourque of the award-winning blog Simple Bites. It’s a simple yet stunning way to serve granola for breakfast; perfect for a celebratory brunch.
Who's hooked on Downton Abbey? I had to make myself a batch of currant-studded cream scones to nibble with tea last time I watched. Who needs popcorn?
This simple hummus gets an added boost of protein, vitamins and minerals from almond butter, which adds a delicious nuttiness in place of the usual tahini.
Love snacking on healthy popcorn? Here's an easy way to cook it in the microwave - in a brown paper bag! No need to buy overpackaged, overseasoned microwave popcorn.
This bowl of bakes potato soup makes a perfect snack or a satisfying meal.
Gluten-free pizza crusts typically lack the bulbous, chewy quality of a traditional pizza dough, which is created by elastic strands of gluten. This is a simple, delicious alternative, but resist the urge to add too much fl our, which could make it heavy and tough.
Not all snacks are created equal so here are 8 tips for helping your kids make the most of their between meal noshing.
Have leftover cranberry sauce? It makes a delicious sweet-tart filling for these crumbly oat bars, which are like date squares with much more zing.
Homemade bagels are fun to make with the kids - and make a delicious breakfast, snack or lunchbox treat.
From the nostalgic Butter Baked Goods bakery in Vancouver comes this beautiful book - Butter Baked Goods showcases home baking at its very best. Just in time for baking season!