Cold days call for a soup that showcases winter’s bountiful harvest. In-season vegetables such as turnips, carrots, and celery combine for a warm meal.
Skip the pepperoni and triple cheese. Up your pizza game by choosing unexpected ingredients, like fig and chèvre. Enjoy this fig pizza recipe.
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.
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.
Steak can be replaced with deli-sliced roast beef. Or try topping it with chopped cooked chicken or turkey, seared salmon or tuna, if desired.
This roasted vegetable pasta bake features butternut squash, asparagus and leeks cooked in a garlicky olive oil and cheese sauce.
What better way to start your day than with this healthy classic breakfast sandwich?
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.
This golden soup uses the freshest, most beautiful autumn produce.
These Greek-inspired ingredients put a delicious twist on classic meatloaf.
Grandmothers often said garlic was good for what ails you, and we now know they were right. This tomato-garlic soup uses 10 cloves, but because garlic mellows as it cooks, it has a mild, slightly sweet flavour.
Take advantage of green tea’s incredible amount of health benefits with this tasty soup.
Egg Tacos with Avocado Sauce are a fun twist on taco night.
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.
These Tex-Mex Egg Muffins make an easy weeknight dinner. Pack leftovers for lunch the next day.
Corn provides your diet with folate, a B vitamin shown to reduce the risk of colon cancer. Avocado adds fat calories to this dish, but most of the fat is the heart-healthy monounsaturated kind.
Broccoli florets are a surefire way to load up on vitamin C, an antioxidant that may cut the risk of diabetes. And this vibrant green soup has spinach, too, which is brimming with vitamin K to improve bone health.
Spinach is not only a great diabetes superfood, it’s full of antioxidants. Made with lean ground beef and turkey, this meat-and-potatoes dish is a slimming star. In this recipe, the other vegetables get roasted and puréed to make a great sauce.
I have been living with celiac disease and following a gluten-free diet since I was a toddler. This is a staple chicken dish for me because it is naturally gluten free, quick and simple to prepare – and tastes delicious.
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.