July 19th is National Daiquiri Day! This staple summer cocktail can be enjoyed when entertaining at home or when relaxing by the pool. What better way to celebrate the warm weather (finally!) than with a cold and fresh Daiquiri cocktail.
Here’s to good health.
This summer kick back with a spicy, yet oh-so-sweet cocktail that is bound to quench your thirst.
Whether or not your a fan of beets, it’s hard to resist the vivid colour of this cocktail.
This recipe is just a simple but audacious chocolate peanut butter smoothie.
Get creative with Canada’s national cocktail with this tangy twist. This Thai Caesar cocktail recipe is refreshingly new and delicious.
What better way to start your morning than with a green smoothie that won’t leave you feeling rushed out the door.
Improve skin and boost your digestive health. Collagen is a win-win.
An easy way to increase your protein and fibre intake.
The Royal-to-be loves starting her day with this smoothie.
This soup is the perfect warm-up meal to get you through the rest of the winter.
And if you’re a sunchoke virgin, this salad is a good way to test out this nutrient-packed vegetable.
Baking eggs in a pan means they are perfectly-shaped to tuck between two slices of toasted bread for an almost-instant breakfast sandwich.
Your skin will love you for the antioxidants in this pomegranate and raspberry smoothie. And your tummy will be satisfied with this breakfast-worthy treat.
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.
Healthy and totally Instagrammable, this fig chia pudding is #healthfoodgoals. It’s actually easy to make, if you have the time to chill.
Skip the pepperoni and triple cheese. Up your pizza game by choosing unexpected ingredients, like fig and chèvre. Enjoy this fig pizza recipe.
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.
Aloe. Chia seeds. Two foods you wouldn’t necessarily think of as ingredients for breakfast or dessert. But, trust us, this healthy bowl is a real treat.
Store-bought ketchup can be laden with sugar and sodium, so we like to make a batch of our own to control the amount we consume.