No need to stem or core the peppers for this easy vegetable side dish. Deliciously sweet balsamic glaze adds some pizzazz.
Balsamic Glazed Grilled Vegetables
Berry Bright Spinach Salad
Did you know your body needs fat in order to absorb iron? The developed-specially-for spinach dressing is low fat rather than fat free to aid in absorption of iron from spinach.
Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes
Goat cheese adds a new dimension to mashed potatoes. You’ll want to lick the pot clean!
Maple Apple Roasted Sweet Potatoes
The perfect accompaniment to the roast beast, whichever beast you may be roasting!
Once you start using couscous, the pasta-like grain that “cooks” off the stove, you’ll love it for side dishes like this one flavoured with roasted garlic oil and oregano.
Penne with Rapini and Goat Cheese
For families that don’t eat fish, getting enough omega-3 can be a problem. PC Blue Menu Omega 3 Pasta helps you rise to the challenge.
Artichoke and Asiago Smash
Smashed potatoes are a restaurant-style mashed potato, where the potatoes are left in chunkier bits. This smash featuring our artichoke and asiago dip will dress up any roasted meat or poultry.
Brown Rice Salad with Arugula and Feta
Brown rice is lower on the glycemic index than white rice and contains more fibre, meaning it makes you feel full longer. Try this salad for your packed lunches.
Brussels Sprouts Casserole
Brussels sprouts, a cruciferous vegetable, are a nutritional powerhouse, high in anti-oxidants. Choose small sprouts with compact heads.
Easy Roasted Green Beans with Balsamic Vinegar and Goat Cheese
Roasting beans brings out more flavour than boiling them. Making a roast for a crowd? Throw these beans in the oven after the roast comes out and is resting before carving; the roast and the veg will be ready to eat at the same time.