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Roasted Chickpeas

Roasted at high heat with a drizzle of oil and sprinkle of salt, they can be customized with any kind of spice according to your family's taste.

Homemade Ginger Pork Potstickers

One of the great things about potstickers is their versatility—you can really make the filling out of anything. Kids have fun helping out—set out a bowl of filling, a dish of water and a pile of wonton wrappers, and they'll keep busy helping you get dinner on the table.

Apricot, Sriracha And Ginger-Glazed Meatballs

These meatballs are tangy and sweet with a little bit of heat. Serve them on toothpicks at your potluck or over rice for family dinner.

Simple Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus

If you love the rich flavour of tomatoes, you will love this simple sun–dried tomato hummus. It's infused with oregano and fresh lemon for flavour and a kick of brightness. Bring it to parties, picnics, road trips, and everywhere in between.

Spicy Asian Chicken Wings

Whether it's for dinner, an appetizer or to bring to the party, these sweet and spicy chicken wings do not disappoint.

Roasted chickpeas

These tasty treats are easy to make in minutes. All you need is an inexpensive can of chickpeas, a bit of oil and some spices. They're addictive as a snack and are great in place of croutons in a salad or to top a bowl of soup. 

Two-Bite Frittatas

Not only are single serving frittatas a handy way to nibble protein and veggies—they’re perfect for toddlers as well.

10 recipe projects to make as a family

There's something special about family working together in the kitchen. You can make amazing homemade creations, you just need a bit of time. These recipe projects range from easy to a bit challenging, but they're all worth the labour. 

How to make the perfect cheese platter

Not just for holidays, a cheese platter or charcuterie board is a friend you want by your side year-round. Here's how to create a legendary cheese one. 

Cheesy baked broccoli bites

You know there are ingredients that, by their very nature, are more likely to get a “yuck!” We’re aiming to change that. Take broccoli: There’s no way your kiddos can turn up their noses at these crispy, cheesy nibbles.

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