Good news! You get another chance to break out your spiralizer to craft this nutritious sweet potato recipe.
Nothing like a little butternut squash to jazz up a grain salad! This hearty & healthy recipe isn’t just pretty to look at, it’s pretty tasty, too.
Flaxseeds make the perfect substitute for peanuts in this allergy-friendly pad thai recipe because they have great crunch.
Once grilled, the shrimp and pineapple are easy to slide off skewers and into your wrap of choice. Serve with lime wedges and sliced avocado.
Normally served as a bar snack, nachos actually have enough protein and calories to count as a main course. Ensure that all ingredients are lactose-free.
Whip up this quick dinner featuring mint and cinnamon for a Moroccan flavour
This quick and easy maple-glazed salmon recipe takes just 15 minutes to cook.
These tender, golden shrimp cakes, inspired by the flavours of Spanish tapas, are deceptively easy to pull together. Plus you can make them ahead and simply reheat.
These Asian-style meatballs are always a crowd pleaser.
A popular dish in Korea, bulgogi was #23 in a CNN poll of the world’s 50 most delicious foods.
Taco night just got better.
Spiralize carrots into gluten-free, low-carb “noodles” to replace the pasta in this Chicken Pad Thai recipe.
Give ‘Taco Tuesday’ an upgrade with the addition of lean top sirloin and homemade guacamole. Our recipe has all the details.
Sandwich burgers with additional veggies, such as baby arugula and sliced tomato. For cheeseburgers, top burgers with thinly sliced Swiss or Cheddar cheese 1 minute before the end of grill time.
Nutty, chewy farro is a fabulous base for this colourfully enticing dish. With crisp radish and fennel and tossed with a honey and grainy mustard dressing, it’s perfect as a make-ahead salad, so feel free to assemble the day before and cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
Egg Tacos with Avocado Sauce are a fun twist on taco night.
This Mexican Black Beans recipe is great for serving with tortilla chips
This is excellent as a salad or as a filling for a wrap. I like using Thai basil in this recipe; look for it at an Asian market. Cashews contain heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, and sesame seeds are an excellent source of copper, manganese, magnesium and iron.
Boost your heart and brain health with the omega-3s in salmon.