When the kids are whining for the supper that isn’t ready yet, this is great to put on the table to tide them over. Use flavoured spicy olive oil for a spicy version.
Toasted Spiced Flatbread with Yogurt Tzatziki Dip
Sparkling Pomegranate Float
Using frozen yogurt and sparkling juice makes this a healthier option to a traditional ice cream float. At only 100 calories, this refreshing dessert is sure to satisfy moms and kids alike.
Hot Cheesy Spinach Spread
Everyone loves spinach dip. This healthier spread version is easy to prepare for the family and for parties.
Cheesy Breakfast Melts
These open-faced breakfast sandwiches are low in fat and take only minutes to prepare. Any ripe tomato can be used instead of grape tomatoes, just cut them into a medium dice. Be sure to serve immediately so the cheese is nice and gooey!
Fig & Arugula Tartine
A tartine is a French open-faced sandwich, especially one with fancy toppings.
Mini Raspberry Chocolate Bran Muffins
Throw a handful of frozen raspberries into our chocolate bran muffin mix to mix it up a little- no need to thaw them first.
Italian-Inspired Vegetable Medley
Jazz up everyday mixed vegetables with Italian flavours of Parmesan and tomato.
Low Fat Tzatziki
Versatile tzatziki can be used as a dip, a spread for flatbread or sandwiches such as gyro, or a sauce on fried foods especially fish.
Four Berry Parfait
This child-friendly parfait can serve as breakfast, dessert or even a snack. It’s no-cook, so even the youngest toddler can help make it. Not for kids with allergies to nuts.
Wrap it Up! Chicken Lettuce Wrap
Here’s a high-protein snack the kids can help you make. Perfect for after school munchies.