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.
This decadent homemade treat is always a hit.
This will easily be a guest favourite. And you can make it again and again. Just switch up the berries to whatever is in season.
We turned everybody’s favourite autumn drink into a healthy cupcake. You’re welcome.
This pumpkin pie recipe will be the star of your dessert table.
This healthy recipe tastes even better than the original calorie-heavy dish.
These cupcakes are healthy enough for lunch boxes but decadent enough for a weekend treat.
These mouthwatering muffins are packed with protein.
Nothing says weekend brunch better than Buttermilk Pancakes.
This sweet treat is a favourite when served with tea or coffee.
Beets are a natural way to add gorgeous colour to baked goods.
Make this well-rounded meal when you’re in a time crunch for a quick, healthy option
Cherries contain potassium, a nutrient that helps slash the risk of high blood pressure. Lower-fat ricotta gives these pancakes rich flavour and extra protein without too much fat and calories.
These pancakes can be made ahead in the morning before your company arrives and then warmed in the oven before serving. I often make up a double batch and then freeze the extra pancakes for a quick and delicious breakfast on busy days; just pop them into the toaster or microwave to heat them up quickly.
The dough for this pizza is easy to make, but there’s a quicker option: You can use store-bought and make this recipe in 30 minutes or less. Also, while this is healthier than most frozen pizzas, it’s pretty high in sodium; to cut back, reduce the amount of cheese.
These melt-in-your-mouth carrot cupcakes are a crowd favourite.
An easy and delicious breakfast bread
What happens when squash meets waffles? Squaffles! Top with poached or scrambled eggs for a protein boost, and finish with a dollop of spicy salsa.