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Sesame Challah Monkey Bread

Balls of (not overly sweet) challah are rolled in butter, cinnamon sugar, and a very lightly toasted sesame mix before getting packed into a Bundt pan so it develops a deeply sweet caramelized shell as it bakes. Then you sit around the table and pull it apart with your fingers. A solid win.

Pita Grilled Cheese with Gouda and Honey

Traditional grilled cheese gets fancied up a bit with some nigella and sesame seeds and finished with a little honey for some of sweet-salty goodness. But if you wanted to scrap all that and just go for cheese in a pita? No one’s gonna be mad at a grilled cheese.

Broccoli and Cheese Patties

Got a kid who sneers at greens? Run these little broccoli and cheese patties by them. They're perfectly totable and plenty delicious.

Cherry Pie Chia Parfaits

Creamy chia pudding, jammy tart cherries, and a crunchy granola topping are great as a midday snack or an after-dinner treat.

Chocolate Avocado Pudding

Lower your raised eyebrows and give this rich tasting, super-creamy “instant " chocolate pudding a try! A popular treat among vegans, this unusual combination of ingredients is healthy and decadent at the same time. It contains good fats and lots of fiber from avocados, antioxidants from cocoa powder and is sweetened naturally with pure maple syrup.

Multicoloured Popcorn

Who says you have to hit a midway or a specialty popcorn shop for fun-coloured kernels? Try this at home with whatever Jell-o flavours your brood likes best. Ingredients: Lots of popped popcorn – a big bowl (around 15 cups)2 cups (500 mL) sugar1/2 small box Jell-O gelatin powder1/2 cup (125...

Secret Ingredient Chocolate Pudding

You can use many ingredients as a creative non-dairy base for vegan puddings. Most recipes call for avocado, tofu, or even black beans, this version's "secret ingredient" is sweet potato.

Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

The nostalgic bites of forbidden raw cookie dough reimagined as a safe, sweet snack to carry with you for little bites of energy. This grain-free, refined sugar–free, dairy-free recipe will give you that cookie dough experience without all the stuff your body doesn’t need.

Zucchini and Quinoa Fritters with Tzatziki

Grated zucchini is mixed with herbs, eggs, and spices, shaped into small patties, and lightly fried. Adding quinoa and feta to the batter makes these classic fritters heartier and adds more nutritional value, too.

Blueberry Oatmeal Muffins

This basic recipe makes use of leftover oatmeal. Whatever additions you use, serve these warm; leftovers freeze beautifully too, and make perfect car snacks. 

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