Eggs aren’t just for breakfast anymore! Enjoy them anytime of the day for a quick and easy protein-packed meal.
Using leftover mashed potatoes as part of the next day’s breakfast is an old fashioned time saver. If you don’t need a gluten free version, substitute whole wheat flour.
Recipe and image courtesy of Chicken.ca.
The classic fancy brunch dish is made even easier with a delicious Hollandaise sauce which takes only a few minutes in the blender. Dijon adds not only flavour but a lovely richness to the already heavenly sauce.
Recipe courtesy of Spread The Mustard.
Recipe developed and image courtesy of Renée Kohlman from Sweetsugarbean.
Make breakfast or brunch a breeze with this hearty one-pan meal.
Recipe and image courtesy of Manitoba Chicken.
Brightly coloured sweet peppers become edible bowls (with lids!) that hold a cheesy herbed egg mixture as it cooks over the heat of a barbecue. Serve with a side salad for a deliciously simple lunch or supper.
Recipe and image courtesy of Eggs.ca
This simple, nutritious quiche recipe is perfect for a weekday supper or lunch-to-go. Kids and adults will love the tasty combination of cream and Canadian Swiss cheese, in perfect harmony with chicken, spinach and fresh basil.
Recipe and image courtesy of DairyFarmersofCanada.ca
This easy to follow recipe is a popular frittata dish. Ready in under an hour, this versatile frittata makes a great vegetarian brunch, dinner, or cut it into smaller squares and serve as an hors d’oeuvre.
Recipe and image courtesy of Eggs.ca.
This versatile dish is flavour-packed and great for breakfast or any meal of the day. Serve with crusty bread to soak up the tomato goodness!
Recipe and image courtesy of CanolaEatWell.