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.
Don’t leave home without these no-bake energy treats, which pack nuts, oats and seeds for instant snack gratification.
Bring a little comfort to your kitchen this holiday season by adding our slow-cooker pulled pork tacos to the menu. This is the perfect dish for casual entertaining.
Stay on top of your game this holiday season with a batch or two of Becel’s vegan energy bars – the perfect grab ‘n go snack for those busy shopping days.
Nothing quite says comfort like a bowl full of soup. This easy-to-serve, slow cooker meal is the perfect recipe to whip up any day of the week.
This easy and wholesome whole grain risotto is sure to bring comfort to your kitchen this winter season.
Make cool nights warmer with this hearty, slow cooker beef chili. This make-ahead recipe is perfect for those busy weeknight dinners.
Let’s make pasta extra-special by adding mussels and our favourite high-fibre food, beans. Bonus: Enjoy this fancy but easy dinner in under 20 minutes.
A typical butter chicken recipe can have about 600 calories and more than 30 grams of fat per serving. But this dish makeover cuts it down to 248 calories and 7 grams of total fat.
These oven-baked cauliflower bites are amazing stuffed into wraps with your favourite add-ins or piled on a platter with cocktail picks as snacks.
Fresh Asian-inspired flavours shine in this crunchy, colourful diet-friendly salad. Spoon slaw over tacos or enjoy it as a side salad.
Loaded with fiber and vitamin A, pumpkin makes a great low-calorie substitute for butter or oil in baking.
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.
Fresh and tasty, this healthy omelette is packed with veggies. Plus it’s quick to make, so it’s perfect for even a week day breakfast.
This bowl tastes and feels like a warm hug. It has all the makings of a perfect fall meal, right down to the root vegetables drizzled in maple syrup and cinnamon, roasted to tender perfection.
Tiny salad shrimp from the Gulf of St. Lawrence are wonderful in salads. They are widely available and, since they come cooked, are very convenient. If you’re on the West Coast, use cooked BC spot prawns instead.
Cooked and lightly smoked, hot-smoked fish is a delicious way to eat Ontario-raised trout. It flakes beautifully and works well in this classic French dish. If you can’t find trout, use any hot-smoked fish.
Canada produces most of the world’s lentils. They are so versatile and take well to all kinds of flavours – especially vinegar – which makes them a perfect addition to any salad.
Coffee and chocolate combined for the perfect brunch loaf.
Serve this colourful and refreshing salad with your favourite grilled entrées.