A plain bowl of sweet cereal is just a sugar bomb, but these tweaks can make your bowl pack a nutritional punch.
Are soggy greens served up regularly in your kitchen? Are your pans lined with the burnt remains of meals past? Many home cooks, regardless of experience, encounter the same culinary disasters time and time again. To break the cycle, we asked professional chefs to share quick fixes for seven of the most common cooking mistakes.
You’ll be cooking this breakfast staple like a pro with these expert tips.
This family-friendly recipe only takes two ingredients to make!
This simple, yet tasty, three-ingredient recipe for cherry jam uses Walmart Great Value fruit, chia seeds and maple syrup.
This simple mini cheesecake recipe incorporates Walmart Great Value frozen fruit into the cake mix for added sweetness.
These nutritious bites are easy to make and perfect for children to get involved with!
February is Heart Month, and this easy-to-make Chana Masala recipe from Becel® proves that managing your heart health can be delicious too.
Few things go together as well as mushroom and bell peppers.
This Canadian Maple Turkey Chili is, frankly, as Canadian as it gets!
Quinoa is a high-protein grain that originated in South America. The Incas recognized its nutritional value, calling it the “mother of all grains.”
This snack of tofu with a richly spiced tomato relish combines the benefits of soy protein with the cancer-fighting properties of tomato!
This Greek-style salad combines a variety of anti-oxidants from the melon, onion, mint and olive oil, with high-protein and delicious labna.
The variety of grilled vegetables of different colours in this recipe, served Italian-style with a romesco sauce, makes for a hearty appetizer!
Avocado is combined with other ingredients rich in anti-oxidants, such as citrus, olive oil and garlic, in a satisfying high-protein snack.