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13 recipe projects to make as a family

There's something special about a 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 more challenging, but they're all worth the work. Especially when it comes time to eat.

Chocolate Snack Balls

You might not believe us, but these little chocolate balls taste a lot like brownies. The best part? There are no refined sugars in sight, honey sweetens the deal.

No-Knead Bread

Little effort is needed from you on this one. What this no-knead bread asks for is time. The finished product is crispy on the outside, soft and airy on the inside. Jam and butter on a hot slice is non-negotiable.

Pot of Pasta with Broccoli Rabe and Chorizo Bread Crumbs

Chorizo or Italian sausage take on a crumbly persona, and, along with breadcrumbs, create a pasta dish that's a flavour pop, no fuss.

11 school lunches that aren’t sandwiches (OK, maybe one)

The thing about lunches is your kids have to eat them every day. Which means you need ideas to keep things lively. Behold, our fave school lunch ideas.

Supermarket Savvy: Identifying Hidden Sugars

Just because a label doesn’t broadcast sugar by its common name doesn’t mean it isn’t there. In fact, there are upwards of 50 different names for added sugar (!), and some of them could trick even the smartest shopper. Here are a few to look out for.

Quiche Lorraine

Eggs, bacon and cheese join forces with a flaky (store-bought!) crust for this French tart recipe.

Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies

Homemade peanut butter cookies without the gluten. Yes, it's true. And yes, it's easy.

Alison Roman’s Labne with Sizzled Scallions and Chile

Think of this as highbrow ranch. Scalliony oil gets sizzled with cilantro stems and swirled into thick, lemony labne. It's *one* of Alison Roman's greatest hits.

Dry-Brined Turkey

Dry-brining is much less complicated than wet-brining since you don’t need a vessel in which to submerge a turkey and keep it cold. It’s turkey magic. This roast also looks spectacular, making it the centrepiece of your table.

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