Indulgent foods are everywhere. Add on stress – and your willpower faints at the sight of a gingerbread. Here is how to eat healthy during the holidays.
Sounds fancy, but we promise this simple red pepper jelly recipe is worth the bit of effort. It tastes and looks as lovely as you would think.
Healthy side dishes: Check. Guilt-free dessert: Check. Turnip recipe that even finicky eaters will ask for seconds of: Check. We have you covered with these make ahead meals.
Take a load off your holiday prep with a make-ahead braised cabbage that won’t disappoint. This hearty side dish pairs well with ham, turkey and even goose.
Whether you are prepping for a quick meal or a Sunday afternoon family affair, these Instapot dinners are the perfect way to eat clean and stay warm.
Indulge your guests in an Italian delight this holiday season with a semifreddo dessert that’s similar to ice cream but a little richer and silkier.
Hosting the party of the year? Ring in the New Year the right way with these tempting but healthy New Year’s Eve party recipes.
Go ahead and cross grocery shopping off your list. Here are our top five healthy delivery services that will make cooking easy-peasy this holiday season.
Travis Stork, MD, co-host of the syndicated TV show “The Doctors,” has creative and nutritious ways to top Greek yogurt for a lower-carb, higher-protein breakfast bowl.
Rutabaga has a tangy sharpness that makes it a good match for rich potatoes. This is a perfect make-ahead dish for anything from roast beef to turkey.
The secret to a fab wine and cheese is the wine (lots of it!). But the cheese platter is a big player. Here are 5 steps to a perfectly curated cheeseboard.
Whether fresh or frozen, there is no denying that strawberries are a popular fruit – but they can also pack a healthy punch.
A festive celebration demands a special appetizer to complement the main event, and this pâté is the right mix of luxury and ease.
Nothing beats a classic caesar, but why not kick your cocktail up a notch this holiday season with Walter’s ready-to-serve mix. Made with all-natural ingredients, this mix is the perfect way to enjoy a Canadian classic.
Ever wonder why you can’t get a handle on your cravings? Or maybe why the weight won’t drop? It might be the bacteria in your gut that at fault.
Quick and easy nibbles and impromptu drinks – these holiday foods (or gifts) will help you keep your “best host” status when unexpected guests pop by.
Don’t leave home without these no-bake energy treats, which pack nuts, oats and seeds for instant snack gratification.
From the ultimate gift for matcha lovers to our new favourite spiralizer, these are our top foodie gifts, ranging from $12 to $249.
For a crunchy, salty treat, popcorn is the perfect healthy snack (if you make it right). Here are 7 surprising health benefits of popcorn.
Many of us forget that sometimes, the simplest foods are the best foods. Take apples. Here are the best health benefits of apples.