Sesame seeds and oil give this quick sauté a slightly Asian feel. Ideal served on the side of pork tenderloin, ribs or chicken. Greens are a great source of vitamin A.
Sautéed Mixed Greens
Tropical Coconut Water Smoothie
If you buy frozen fruit, you can make this tropical smoothie at a moment's notice. If using fresh, you will get a better texture if you freeze the chunks for an hour before blending. Coconut water is a good source of potassium, a mineral that is helpful in regulating blood pressure
Crispy Spicy Chickpeas
If late night snacking is your dietary downfall, try these for a healthful change. High in fibre and low in sodium, they make a tasty satisfying snack.
Orange and Honey Fruit Dip
Greek yogurt is much thicker and creamier than regular yogurt so it’s the perfect base for dips. A great way to get the kids to eat their fruit!
Hummus is traditionally made with chickpeas, but soybeans make a nutritious substitute.
Broccoli Ranch Slaw
Here’s an easy side salad to any of our PC single serve entrees, whether you’re packing one for lunch or for a solo dinner.
Maple Toasted Walnut and Pear Salad
Toasting nuts always brings out the flavour, and adding maple syrup adds a hint of sweetness. Substitute pecans, if you prefer.
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.
Wrap it Up! Chicken Lettuce Wrap
Here’s a high-protein snack the kids can help you make. Perfect for after school munchies.
Organic Breakfast Mix
Natural almonds still have their skins on them; blanched almonds have had the skins removed. Customize to suit your family’s taste with their choice of pear or apple, with maple syrup or without.