There’s a reason it’s the most popular recipe on Hot For Food.
This pita sandwich is a bit of a show-off, but you can hardly blame it when it’s so juicy, crunchy, sweet and ever-so-slightly spicy.
Skip the pepperoni and triple cheese. Up your pizza game by choosing unexpected ingredients, like fig and chèvre. Enjoy this fig pizza recipe.
When tomatoes are at their peak, they deserve to be the star of the show. Use a variety of colours and sizes for this tomato tart to show off the best of the season.
You’ll love this healthy spin on a Mexican classic.
Move over avocado toast. There’s a new, and just as pretty, app that’s sure to be as pleasing to the eye as it is to the palate. You can enjoy shrimp toast anytime, whether it’s just for yourself for lunch or as an app for dinner guests.
Make a healthier, better-for-you lunch by swapping ingredients like mayonnaise, salt and others for the ones listed in this recipe.
Make this slow cooker sauce ahead of time, so you have it ready to go for the week. Let it simmer in the slow cooker on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon.
Who doesn’t love a saucy, cheesy, hot sandwich for dinner? Our Chicken Parmesan Sandwiches update a classic by swapping some of the meat for mushrooms.
Start your day off right with this delicious high-protein breakfast.
This classic tea sandwich is a lovely addition to any brunch or party spread.
Breakfast Sandwiches are an easy grab-and-go meal.
The addition of eggs makes pizza appropriate for breakfast, lunch or dinner. These Sunny-Side-Up Egg Pita Pizzas are high in protein and offer plenty of veggies.
Skip the drive-through! This simple breakfast is an on-the-fly staple in my house. I make the sausage patties and eggs ahead of time and assemble in the morning.
Boost your heart and brain health with the omega-3s in salmon.
The so-called Kiwi burger is popular in New Zealand. It’s a beef burger topped with cheese, beets, pineapple, onion, tomato, lettuce and a fried egg. My healthier version is bunless, uses chicken’and skips the fried egg.
Breakfast sandwiches now figure in the frozen-food section, but they’re quick and easy to DIY. This recipe uses egg whites for a healthy spin.
If you don’t have soft goat cheese on hand, thinly sliced feta works well on these open-faced tartines (French for sandwiches). If pea shoots are not available, alfalfa or bean sprouts are great alternatives. Thin cucumber and roasted red peppers are delicious additions, too.