Next date night, indulge in this yummy fondue dessert for two. It’s simple and tasty and — as far as desserts go — relatively healthy.
Blondies are similar to brownies but they don’t have cocoa or a hefty amount of chocolate. This is perfect for those who crave something sweet and salty.
Ready to get a little frisky this Galentine’s Day? This Frosted Cosmo is the only adult beverage you’ll need.
Not only is this ruby red bevy yummy – it’s insta-worthy!
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.
It’s the perfect drink to make your girls’ night – or Galentine’s Day! – extra special.
Indulge your guests in an Italian delight this holiday season with a semifreddo dessert that’s similar to ice cream but a little richer and silkier.
Nothing beats a classic caesar, but why not kick your cocktail up a notch this holiday season with Walter’s ready-to-serve mix. Made with all-natural ingredients, this mix is the perfect way to enjoy a Canadian classic.
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.
You would never believe that a combination of such simple, grain-free ingredients could produce a cookie that’s so big on taste.
A glass of milk and one of these warm, chewy cookies make for a perfect post-dinner treat that you won’t feel guilty about eating.
Coffee and chocolate combined for the perfect brunch loaf.
Skip turning on your oven and make these little red and white cheesecakes in your slow cooker for your barbecue – or any summer celebration!
This decadent homemade treat is always a hit.
Just when you thought rosé couldn’t get any better.
Nothing says summer like the taste of fresh blueberries.
This healthy smoothie is decadent enough to taste like dessert, even though it’s a wonderful healthy breakfast option.
This will easily be a guest favourite. And you can make it again and again. Just switch up the berries to whatever is in season.
Orange blossom water adds a lovely floral note to your sorbet.
This recipe is delicious prepared with any seasonal fruit; these pops use raspberries and strawberries.