Inexpensive ground pork is the heart of this tasty meal that is easy to serve family-style; everyone at the table assembles their own wraps in a soft leaf of butter lettuce, topping them however they like. Long live lettuce wraps.
If your kids are fans of mac and cheese, they’ll find this creamy, starchy, cheesy risotto has the same characteristics and a similar flavour. The classic Italian dish isn’t as complicated to make as it sounds.
These Triple Coconut Breakfast Muffins certainly did the trick. Loaded with protein, and not too much sugar, they are a perfect quick grab-and-go choice. And, any excuse to use up some of the expensive coconut flour languishing in the pantry is always welcome.
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.
For those who love sweets with a tang, cranberries and lemon deliver a double whammy – and they’re pretty on a plate. Dust them with icing sugar just before serving.