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Superfood: Bananas

Bananas contain high levels of tryptophan and vitamin B6, which together produce serotonin and make the brain happy. 

Keep healthy snacks within reach

Janice Biehn, editor of ParentsCanada magazine, talks suggest how to make healthy snacks available for your child.

Nutrition tips from Harley Pasternak

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can be challenging, especially around Thanksgiving, but a quick blend of your favourite ingredients with a dash of fibre can make a smoothie the perfect solution.

Book Review: Michael Smith’s Make Ahead Meals

Michael Smith knows what you’re up against and is here to help you keep time on your side in the kitchen.

Superfood: Kiwi

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.

Amy Bronee’s Raspberry Cocoa Jam

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.

Superfood: Apples

As kids head back to class, pack their lunchbox with this nutritional powerhouse.

Book Review: 100 Creative Ways to Use Rotisserie Chicken in Everyday Meals

Many full-time working parents are looking to do more cooking and eating together at home. But who has the time?

Preserving the Best of Summer + Rhubarb (or Berry) Muffins

There are so many good things at their peak all at once - here's how to freeze the best of the season to extend summer long into fall.

Quick Refrigerator Pickles

Quick refrigerator pickles are fast and easy to make - perfect in late summer, when cucumbers are cheap and plentiful.

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