Sweet potatoes are a great source of Vitamins A and C, and make a great substitute for white potatoes in many recipes, including potato salad. Roasting them brings out their sweetness.
Roasted Sweet Potato Salad with Cranberries and Sliced Almonds
Smooth Sweet Potato Soup
A warm lunch that’s easy to make for baby, and mom can enjoy some too! Cinnamon is a good “starter spice” for babies. Store leftovers in the refrigerator or freeze in ice cube trays for easy portioning later on.
Spicy Thai Beef Salad
This beautiful and piquant salad makes a stunning summer entertaining dish.
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.
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.
Citrus and Beet Salad
A colourful, low fat salad you can make year-round. Although our dressing was developed to go with spinach, this recipe works equally well with baby arugula.
Serrano Ham and Roasted Pear Salad
Serrano ham is a Spanish dry-cured ham, similar to Italian prosciutto but drier and firmer. It has a salty bite, so we’ve used it sparingly here, wrapping it around roasted pears for a delicious play of sweet and salty.
Maple Balsamic Fig Salad with Goat Cheese Croquettes
In the winter, sweeter Mission figs are in season, in summer the less sweet green figs. Walnuts give this salad a bitter edge to balance the sweetness of the vinaigrette and figs.
The Beautiful Salad
Iceberg lettuce is the type most often cut into wedges, but compact heads of Boston make nice wedges, too.
Cheesy Swiss Fondue
A fun fondue the whole family will enjoy! With a wide variety of dippers, there’s something for everyone, but you can switch them up to suit your family’s taste: If no one in your family likes potatoes, for instance, omit them and double up on bread.