Are you looking for a way to make eating raw vegetables more enjoyable? Or maybe you want to pair a healthy dip with some tortilla chips for a weekend away camping? This rosemary black bean dip is a great alternative to store bought or packaged options. Packed with protein and flavour, this dip should make its way into your snack rotation. Plus, it is cost effective and quick and easy to make!
These brownies are full of nutrition from black beans and nut butter. Packed with protein, fibre, and healthy fats, you’ll satisfy your sweet tooth and your body will thank you!
Did you know that while pesto is traditionally made with pine nuts, that other nuts and seeds can be used as well? This pesto recipe is both plant-based, and gluten-free! The recipe also calls for beans, which up the protein and fibre content of this traditional spread. Mix this pesto into pasta, or spread it on some toast – there’s no cooking required!
With this smoothie you can taste the sunshine, even if it’s not sunny out! Try this tropical flavoured fruit smoothie today, with fibre and potassium from banana and mango, and a boost of protein from Greek yogurt. It’s a tasty and quick breakfast to whip up, and will leave you feeling nourished and hydrated. Pour this smoothie into a bowl and top with some lower-sugar granola, oats, or shredded coconut to have a delicious smoothie bowl. You can watch the video below, or read the recipe!
Who doesn’t love a salty-sweet snack? This Greek yogurt parfait is the snack, especially if you’re craving a little dessert after dinner! While we don’t recommend too much snacking before bed, this nutritious treat is loaded with protein from Greek yogurt and almonds. Protein will satisfy those evening snack cravings and balance your blood sugar. This snack is also high in magnesium, a mineral that plays a role in producing melatonin and preparing our bodies for sleep.
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 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!
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.
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.
What do we eat when we can’t visit restaurants? We say…extra time in your home means extra time to cook some delicious and nutritious meals! Pasta and nuts are two foods that have long shelf lives and are great items to stock-pile in your pantry during this time.