This recipe is just a simple but audacious chocolate peanut butter smoothie.
What better way to start your morning than with a green smoothie that won’t leave you feeling rushed out the door.
Improve skin and boost your digestive health. Collagen is a win-win.
The Royal-to-be loves starting her day with this smoothie.
Jam packed with antioxidants, there’s no better way to start the day than with this nutritious and berry-licious smoothie bowl.
Although bircher muesli is typically made the night before, using quick oats means it can be a last-minute brekkie, too.
It’s a mix between coconut milk and the creamiest, smoothest yogurt you’ve ever had.
This unusual combination makes a welcome change from the usual berry smoothies, and dates are packed with fibre and potassium.
Baking eggs in a pan means they are perfectly-shaped to tuck between two slices of toasted bread for an almost-instant breakfast sandwich.
Packed with berries and tangy buttermilk, these muffins are the perfect breakfast on the run.
Your skin will love you for the antioxidants in this pomegranate and raspberry smoothie. And your tummy will be satisfied with this breakfast-worthy treat.
Stay on top of your game this holiday season with a batch or two of Becel’s vegan energy bars – the perfect grab ‘n go snack for those busy shopping days.
The perfect afternoon, after-workout or after-school snack, these blissful balls of yumminess take about 15 minutes to make and there’s no baking involved. How sweet is that?
Healthy and totally Instagrammable, this fig chia pudding is #healthfoodgoals. It’s actually easy to make, if you have the time to chill.
Aloe. Chia seeds. Two foods you wouldn’t necessarily think of as ingredients for breakfast or dessert. But, trust us, this healthy bowl is a real treat.
This ginseng chai pudding is the perfect breakfast that you prepare the night before. Plus, it is very nutritious and will keep you energized all morning.
Store-bought ketchup can be laden with sugar and sodium, so we like to make a batch of our own to control the amount we consume.
Loaded with fiber and vitamin A, pumpkin makes a great low-calorie substitute for butter or oil in baking.
These flavors are then accented by warming spices such as cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg to create a treat that’s as comforting as it is healthy.
Fresh and tasty, this healthy omelette is packed with veggies. Plus it’s quick to make, so it’s perfect for even a week day breakfast.