These baked jalapeño poppers are just a healthier version of your favourite app.
There’s a reason it’s the most popular recipe on Hot For Food.
Weight-loss bonus: A number of studies show that the fibre in rye bread can suppress your appetite, helping to keep cravings at bay. When buying rye bread, make sure the first ingredient is whole rye flour, not refined wheat flour.
A creamy potato salad that isn’t packed full of fat, this also provides some extra greens (and tastes delicious!).
Using a blend of fresh herbs, the tangy zest of lemon and the crunch of toasted almonds, this light, savoury halibut dish is perfect for spring.
To create this delectable dish, Chef Anthony Rose uses his favourite local Canadian mustard, Kozlik’s Triple Crunch, for an extra pop of flavour. Try using your favourite mustard for a personalized touch on this sweet salad topped with crunchy toasted almonds.
These tasty morsels are a unique pairing of pumpkin, chilli flakes, and cheese, and are coated with toasted crushed almonds for an added crunch in every bite.
Grilled steaks in the dead of winter? Say no more!
Toasted muffins, topped with wilted spinach and poached egg, then coated with a creamy yogourt and chive sauce, make a light yet luxurious lunch or supper dish.
A variety of garden greens makes this salad interesting both in texture and colour. When mixed with fresh nectarines and finished with a zesty dressing, it comes alive and tickles the senses
Substitute other vegetables to suit your taste’turnips, rutabaga and sweet potatoes or squash are all good choices.
Buying cured chorizo saves you cooking time and adds a smoky flavour to the smashed potatoes.
Few foods are healthier than raw vegetables, so serve these crudites with tempting low-fat dips for a starter. Or, for a light lunch, this recipe serves four. You can also offer fruit and whole-wheat pita bread for dipping.