This mellow sweet potato soup is low in fat yet loaded with fibre, vitamins and minerals and is particularly high in beta-carotene. Red lentils contribute protein. Bonus: they don’t need to be presoaked. Just toss them split in half straight into the soup and cook along with the vegetables.
Wanna know why we love this smoothie? Milk and yogurt provide protein and a small amount of fat—add a spoonful of nut butter to boost it further—while berries and oats deliver complex carbohydrates and essential nutrients, including vitamin C. Oh, and it's also delicious.
Who doesn’t love butter chicken? It comes together more quickly than you might think, making it perfect comfort food for a busy weeknight.
A new study hosted on the Angus Reid Forum for Barilla Canada reveals that although nearly all Canadian parents surveyed feel sharing meals is important to connecting with their children, less than half have family meals every day.