Although lesser known than the citrus fruit family, strawberries, like all berries, are a great source of vitamin C. Load up on berries in the spring and summer, and freeze for a burst of the sunshine vitamin throughout the winter months.
Because this yummy cake makes 18 slices, to minimize the temptation to overindulge and practice mindful eating, freeze half to enjoy at a later date or when impromptu guests pop in.
Repurpose leftovers with a pinch of shredded Monterey Jack cheese as a filling for a delicious quesadilla.
These kebobs taste best served hot from the grill.
Extra sauce makes a great spread for wraps or a dip for raw vegetables and you can cover and refrigerate for up to 3 days. If sauce thickens, add another tablespoon of water.
Fat in salad is a good thing! The fat from the avocado and salad dressing helps our body to absorb the vitamin A from the carrots and helps us feel full.
Easily make this a meal salad by adding canned cannellini beans (drained and rinsed) or your favourite meat. Warm up the leftovers and top with a fried egg for a terrific breakfast.
Look no further for summer weeknight meal ideas full of fresh vegetables and ideas for the grill! We did add one oven recipe in case of rain. Check out our downloadable shopping list so you only have to shop once for a week full of suppers recipes.
Save For Later Sunday’s are made for naps and brunch. We have you covered for one of those with these tasty breakfast recipes! Plus the best part about creating a delicious brunch at home is you don’t need to wait in line. 1. Monte Cristco Brunch Sandwich This outstanding ham and melted cheese sandwich tastes …
Eating heart smart? We chose these heart-healthy recipes because they are lower in fat and sodium but still high in taste. Enjoy.