Perfect for brunch or dinner, this crustless quiche is a great way to sneak in some veggies.
The genius of an omelette: It works with virtually any leftover (read: forgotten, wilted) veggies hiding in the fridge.
Parents are often surprised that babies can eat spice, but turmeric and cumin offer great flavour and are anti-inflammatory, as well!
Pancakes for dinner? Yes, please. These savoury hotcakes are packed with protein and, topped with in-season veggies, provide a perfectly balanced meal.
Inspired by the Trader Joe’s cult product in the U.S., this versatile topping can be whipped together in less time than it takes to yell “day trip!”
Tired of corn on the cob? This tasty hash (infused with crisp bacon) is the perfect balance of sweet and savoury. Quick, easy and tasty.
Fresh juicy peaches, vanilla yogurt and a little orange juice come together to turn a favourite frosty treat into a healthy breakfast. In fact, any leftovers can be frozen in a popsicle mould for an afternoon indulgence.
A warm summer salad is the best. Even reluctant green-eaters can get behind perfectly marinated chicken and veg, with just a little lettuce on the side.
Three simple ingredients, no special equipment and six hours to freeze: Can summer get any sweeter than this?
Want your kids to eat more seafood? Serve up these grilled fish tacos and all those beneficial omega-3s will be gobbled up, no question.