You would never believe that a combination of such simple, grain-free ingredients could produce a cookie that’s so big on taste.
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 juicy roast is not only delicious, but it’s also low in calories. Guaranteed to be a family favourite, it is best enjoyed with a green salad and small baked potato.
This delicious Caesar salad with a tender grilled chicken breast is a great lunch that satisfies. It fits perfectly into a weight loss diet plan.
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.
When tomatoes are at their peak, they deserve to be the star of the show. Use a variety of colours and sizes for this tomato tart to show off the best of the season.
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.
These crunchy appetizers are usually fried, but broiling them is easier (and healthier) and gives them a fresher flavour. If you don’t have a food processor, chop the shrimp by hand.
Inspired by Montreal bagels, this is a delicious spread for crackers and the perfect dip for vegetables.
Basil and watermelon are a terrific late-summer pairing, and the saltiness of the feta and olives makes the melon taste even sweeter.
Large-leaf lettuce leaves, such as bibb and red leaf, are a great carb-free alternative to taco shells and tortilla wraps – not to mention a classic accompaniment to bulgogi. Serve with steamed rice (if desired).
Eating a rainbow of veggies has never been so good. Enter our Indonesian rainbow salad. The chicken is satisfying and the peanut dressing is indulgent.
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.
This spicy beet and apple chutney is a tasty pairing with cheese, yogurt, sandwiches, sausages and burgers or served as a dip.
Sweet, boozy and herbaceous, this simple wine-soaked compote is a perfect accompaniment to a melty brie or a sharp Parm.
This refreshing summer-inspired salad features all of your favourite citrus fruits.
This healthy lentil tabbouleh is easy to make ahead for a grab-and-go side dish.
These mouthwatering turkey burgers are a healthy summer BBQ hit.