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.
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.
This ultimate chocolate donut with a white chocolate strawberry glaze uses Green & Black’s Organic, a chocolate of excellence and deserving of Mom’s everywhere!
This simple recipe by Chef Lynn Crawford is a delicious way to celebrate the holidays with your loved ones and show appreciation for all that they do!
Talk about fluffy pancakes! Chef Lynn Crawford shares one of her favourite recipes that can easily be made for brunch or breakfast.
Chef Lynn Crawford sure knows how to make a sandwich delicious. The aioli works so well with a runny yolk that you’ll be asking for seconds in no time. Share it over brunch, lunch or dinner!
Pumpkin pie meets brownies. The best of two worlds collide with this crowd-pleasing indulgence, creating the sweetest finale to the perfect meal.
Freshly grated zucchini and finely chopped mint pair nicely with salty feta cheese and onions in this unique twist on the traditional pancake. Served with a side of sour cream, this will become a meal-time staple, from brunch to supper.
Delicate cupcakes like these are sure to disappear at your next potluck or bake sale! Grated lemon peel and sour cream turn these from ordinary “white” cupcakes into sophisticated treats.
Peanut butter cupcakes? You bet. They’re surprisingly delicious, and kids of all ages will love them. The mini peanut butter cups also eliminate the need to add frosting.
The combination of lentils, ricotta and tomato paste make these muffins a high-protein and very nutritious snack. Bon appetit!
This nutritious dish is high in protein and it also provides good amounts of omega-3 oils and anti-oxidants.
This broccoli and mushroom pie makes for a great Hanukkah dish. But whichever holiday you celebrate in December, you’re sure to love it.
This classic Italian treat makes for one delicious snack (and may be your guests’ favourite dish this holiday).
To make these double-decker beauties, you will need both large and small star-shaped cookie cutters.
Looking for a holiday appetizer that’s a bit outside the box? Look no further than this dish that wonderfully incorporates red and green colours. It would also work wonderfully as a family breakfast.
What would the holidays be without chocolate bread pudding? This dessert is easy to make, and you probably have most of the ingredients in your pantry already!