Here’s to good health.
When stationed like a tripod between the two chicken legs, crisp apple cider delivers a sweet flavour and tender meat.
The perfect way to add a real dose of health to your cocktail.
Since a blank slate of protein is more agreeable with something tasty to dunk into, we’ve got you covered with a low-sugar seasonal sweet and sour dip.
Oven-baked sweet potato fries make a tasty (and healthy) accompaniment to homemade turkey burgers.
Dessert doesn’t get much simpler or more delicious than this.
This very simple marinade turns ordinary chicken into a delicious, sticky-sweet dinner in no time. Serve these with steamed rice and sautéed greens.
It’s a mix between coconut milk and the creamiest, smoothest yogurt you’ve ever had.
The flavours of lemon, garlic and thyme match well with almost any meat or fish.
Spiced lamb burgers are a delicious change from regular beef burgers, and the herbed feta topping makes these company-worthy.
Looking for a healthier homemade burger recipe? Learn the secret for cooking up flavourful Thai-inspired turkey burgers with zesty peanut sauce. This is one burger that’ll make everyone flip!
Instead of regular soy sauce, use tamari sauce in this recipe. It has a smoother flavour (and contains little or no wheat). You’ll find it in most grocery and health food stores.
This protein-rich salad is perfect for a healthy lunch, or as a side with dinner.
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.
Get creative with Canada’s national cocktail with this tangy twist. This Thai Caesar cocktail recipe is refreshingly new and delicious.
It’s time to pack in the pulses this season and make chickpeas your new go-to source of protein.
Make weeknights simple and stress-free this spring with a sheet pan dish that’s foolproof.
The best treat to indulge in after a good sweat sesh.
Baking tofu in this way preserves its special custardy texture while infusing it with lots of bright flavours.