With more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, your eating patterns are probably looking a little different than usual. You might be spending more time in the kitchen snacking, or you may be skipping meals due to increased anxiety and stress. These changes in eating habits are normal reactions to an abnormal situation, […]
With most of us staying home more than we are used to, we have a little extra time to hang out in the kitchen! This is a great opportunity to improve your skills in the kitchen and try out some new recipes.
It’s no secret that we’re searching for comfort these days. Being in our homes more than usual has us searching for stimulating, yet relaxing activities. Whipping up some tasty treats in your kitchen is a great way to engage your children, and mindfully indulge in a healthier treat during a stressful time. The following recipes […]
If you’re craving something warm…
We’re all in our homes much more than we’d like to be these days. Many of us are also looking for comfort in the midst of uncertainty. Imagine the smell of banana bread filling up your house with warmth and coziness as it bakes in the oven…
Banana bread is a traditional North American dessert enjoyed equally by both adults and children. It’s easy to make, requires no kneading, and it’s delicious! So dig out those frozen bananas from the bottom of your freezer, get your kids involved, and get baking! While this is a “comfort food” recipe, this recipe calls for rolled oats and whole-wheat flour. These ingredients add the benefit of fibre to your comforting treat!
If you’re craving something fresh to celebrate the beginning of spring…
Although it seems like spring is coming late this year, we will soon be seeing the green grass, blossoming trees and wildflowers! There’s a lot going on in the world, but why not celebrate the arrival of spring with a fruity dessert? Many of us start craving something light, fresh and fruity in terms of desserts around this time of year. To add that extra pep in your step this spring season, try this lemon poppy seed cake.
This recipe is easy to make and calls for olive oil (a healthier fat for heart health), plain Greek yogurt (a good source of protein and calcium), and lemon juice (a good source of vitamin C). Give this recipe a try and it might just become your go-to when craving something with citrus!
If you’re craving a frozen dessert …
With warmer days coming soon, it’s good to have a quick and easy cold dessert up your sleeve. Keep reading to find an easy recipe that might just become your children’s favourite way to get involved in the kitchen. This berry frozen yogurt is full of antioxidants from the berries, as well as calcium and protein from Greek yogurt. This makes for a delicious and nutritious choice!
Are you wondering what, exactly, a pulse is? A pulse is the edible seed from a legume plant. Pulses include beans, lentils, and peas. For example, a pea pod is a legume, but the pea inside the pod is the pulse! Pulses are high in protein and fibre – plus they taste delicious! Learn all […]
Is it a pie, a lasagna, or an enchilada? Whatever you call it, this dish is a hearty, pulse-packed flavour party and a great way to use some of those canned beans in the pantry. Beans are packed with fibre, and are a sustainable and inexpensive protein.
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What’s a good activity for social-isolation? Netflix! We have all had a little more time to watch more Netflix lately, and the words “plant-based” seem to be on the tip of everyone’s tongue. This is fueled in part by the recent documentary “Game Changers.” The movie offers up a healthy dose of celebrity anecdotes, eye-catching […]
We all have more time to cook lately. Nourishing our body with healthy foods is an excellent way to feel well and support our immunity while we are practicing social distancing and self-isolation.
This is not your standard beef, tomato, cheese lasagna, it’s a white lasagna loaded with some of the winter season’s healthiest produce (fennel, savoy cabbage, leeks, mushrooms). It is sure to hit the spot for comfort food, all the while covering all of your nutritional bases.