Quinoa flour has a distinctive flavour, stronger than the flavour of quinoa when it’s used as a whole grain. It’s a useful flour to use in baking in place of wheat flour as it’s gluten-free.
This high-protein breakfast will help sustain your energy levels for hours. For extra fibre, serve the omelette with wholegrain toast. Add a green salad for a nutritious brunch or lunch.
Dukkah is an Egyptian nut and spice mixture that can be sprinkled over vegetables or used as a dip. The nuts and spices vary, so feel free to experiment to make your own version.
Tomatoes and white beans are a classic Italian combination that makes a perfect base for fried eggs. This dish is rich in antioxidants from the tomatoes and greens. Roasting the tomatoes adds a layer of sweetness to the dish.
To make breakfast a little quicker and easier in the morning, you can bake the cases for these quiches a day in advance. Allow them to cool completely, then store in an airtight container until required.
These wildly delicious (and healthy) muffins are best eaten within a couple of hours of baking, but they can be frozen for up to one month.
Start your day with this healthy mixture of fruit, nuts and seeds, served with low-fat milk or yogurt. In summer, leave out the dried fruit and serve the muesli with some fresh berries instead.
Warm your mornings with this hearty hot porridge. Its blend of slow-acting carbohydrates and protein will keep your brain fuelled for optimal performance despite the cold weather.
Cranberries are high in antioxidants, which protect the brain’s cells from damage and reduce the risk of dementia.
Celebrate berry season with this healthy swirl of goodness. It will give you the energy and nutrients you need in the morning. Use thawed frozen berries if fresh ones aren’t available—they’re just as nutritious!
Calling all royal family fans! This light raisin cake with lemon elderflower cream cheese frosting is as posh as it gets without breaking the bank.
Former Royal Chef Darren McGrady puts a regal spin on the traditional British Flapjack. The secret ingredient? Kellogg’s Corn Flakes!
In the mood for a royal recipe? Then you’ll love these scones with macerated strawberries, created by Chef Darren McGrady, former personal chef to Queen Elizabeth II.
These nutritious bites are easy to make and perfect for children to get involved with!
This grilled pork tenderloin from Greenfield Natural Meat Co. and balsamic-blueberry sauce is a marriage made in heaven. Bon appétit!
A modern take on Prime Rib and Yorkshire Pudding, turns fine-dining into an everyday meal!
Sabra Canada, the official dip of the NFL, has crafted a perfect no-fuss Super Bowl spread. Everyone can help themselves to create one-of-a-kind tasty bites bursting with flavour.
On Super Bowl Sunday, impress your guests with this one-bite take on the classic Mexican dish.
No need to travel to China for some great Shanghai Noodles!
In this recipe from her latest cookbook, Bake With Anna Olson, the acclaimed Canadian pastry chef shares the best way to make use of summer’s freshest and juiciest blueberries.