Pumpkin pie meets brownies. The best of two worlds collide with this crowd-pleasing indulgence, creating the sweetest finale to the perfect meal.
Very few things encapsulate the fall season like a cup of chai latté. Warm your cold days with this wonderful array of spices and flavours, including lavender, ginger and cinnamon.
Combining the delectable goodness of almond butter with nutritious matcha green tea, these bite-sized cups are an oh-so healthy way to get your dessert on! Happy eating!
This wild blueberry pear ginger galette by Kara Lydon of The Foodie Dietitian combines the juicy, soft taste of pears with zesty ginger, sweet and tart wild blueberries and a buttery-rich crust.
Inspired by the Canadian flavours we all know and love, this Sparkling Maple and Bacon Jam melds nostalgic ingredients together in a new way.
Waffles are a sweet substitute for bread, while ready-cooked rotisserie chicken makes for fast and simple assembly. Dip this scrumptious sandwich in maple syrup for added decadence.
This simple, yet tasty, three-ingredient recipe for cherry jam uses Walmart Great Value fruit, chia seeds and maple syrup.
Bright berries add a dramatic contrast to the creamy. white puddings. The tangy, low-fat buttermilk gives a pleasing, slightly tart lift, making the puddings more refreshing than if they were made with cream.
To save time on those busy mornings, these waffles can be made beforehand and frozen, then popped into the toaster as part of a complete breakfast.
Fresh tuna steaks are pan-fried and served with a crisp salad of parsley, arugula, pear, pomegranate seeds and toasted pine nuts – a perfect accompaniment to the fish!
A delicious, Canadian twist on your traditional cranberry sauce.
Wild blueberries, chickpeas, kale and pumpkin play a starring role in this healthy and nutritious meal.
Boost your energy, get back into shape and indulge with this wild blueberry smoothie bowl and customizable fruit toppings.
All the flavours of fall in one delicious salad.
Steelcut oats take a while to cook stovetop. This mason jar method is a great timesaver and results in a consistency like soaked muesli. We topped ours with blueberries and peaches, but you could use raspberries and apples or any other combination that suits your fancy.
Visit your local farmer’s market and impress your guests with Lynn Crawford’s maple cranberry walnut granola.
Add this pork belly recipe to the Au Pied de Cochon Foie Gras Burger recipe.
Bananas are one of nature’s sweetest treats-they’re virtually fat-free and offer a helping of potassium and vitamins. These pancakes will be popular with all ages, and make a satisfying and delicious start to the day.