Give your health an instant upgrade with an Italian dish that’s jam packed with nutrients. This butternut squash & kale ravioli will hit the spot!
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.
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.
The broth in this recipe lightens the dish and allows the healthy vegetables to take a leading role. In fact, if you want to make it a soup instead, increase the broth. The saffron adds an interesting flavour.
This delicious soup has such a citrus kick, it’s the perfect lunch-time meal. Just make it quickly when you’re at home or bring it to work in a Thermos.
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.
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.
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.
You’ll love this healthy spin on a Mexican classic.
This quick gluten-free pasta is also dairy-free. The light and lemony flavour is perfect for any day of the week, even after work.
This colourful aromatic stew is much easier to make than it looks.
Ballerina Misty Copeland’s go to meal? This healthy fish dish that not only curbs her cravings, but helps her stick with her healthy diet.
Satisfy your pasta cravings with delicious vegetables, like zucchini noodles and bell peppers. You won’t even miss the spaghetti!
A few simple ingredients make really tasty meat-free burgers. If you want to barbecue them, the best method is to cook the veggie burgers in advance and just heat them up over the coals, as this prevents them from sticking to the grill.
Few things go together as well as shrimp and couscous.
Traditional recipes for Irish stew use a tough, fatty cut of lamb and only potatoes, onions and herbs. This up-to-date version with lamb leg steaks is leaner, and more colourful with the addition of carrots.
Eating pasta truly al dente makes it more filling and less of a carb hit. It shouldn’t be chewy but rather the texture of a fresh stick of gum. Spiralized zucchini effortlessly subs in for half the pasta here, adding bulk, vegetables and nutrition.
This cabbage rolls recipe isn’t just easy and quick to make, it’s healthy too.
This quick-to-make chicken dish is lightly spiced and served atop couscous.