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  • Power Fruit Breakfast Crumble Not rated yet
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    No need to thaw the fruit for this delectable breakfast crumble. Knock it together as soon as you get up and shower and dress while it bakes for a delicious hot breakfast even the kids will appreciate.

    Power Fruit Breakfast Crumble
  • Burrito Casserole Not rated yet
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    This hearty, family-pleasing meal is a Tex-Mex lover’s delight. Use 1-3/4 cups (425 mL) of whatever PC salsa you have on hand; you could also add 1 can of drained corn in with the beans.

    Burrito Casserole
  • Italian Turkey Meatloaf Not rated yet
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    Shake up your meatloaf routine by making this simple turkey version. Serve with mashed potatoes and a salad. A little-known fact about turkey- compared to other meats, it is a pretty good source of calcium. Pound for pound, ground turkey is also lower in overall fat and saturated fat than ground chicken.

    Italian Turkey Meatloaf
  • Mediterranean Shrimp Not rated yet
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    Tomato, feta and shrimp are a classic Mediterranean combo. Our version, served over cooked brown rice (already cooked for you!), is easy enough to make on a weeknight after work.

    Mediterranean Shrimp
  • Roasted Tomato Soup with Cheesy Flatbread Not rated yet
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    Roasting tomatoes is a perfect use for over-ripe tomatoes that are too mushy to use any other way. You can use roasted tomatoes in a sandwich, in a pasta dish, or as here, in a home-made tomato soup. You can use smoked paprika in this soup, if you’d like. Tomatoes are a wonderful source of the anti-oxidant lycopene.

    Roasted Tomato Soup with Cheesy Flatbread
  • Herbed Salmon with Roasted Asparagus Not rated yet
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    Make great use of your time with this delightful salmon dish for two- the asparagus and salmon bake at the same time. A quick lemony couscous makes the perfect side.

    Herbed Salmon with Roasted Asparagus
  • Easy Egg Fried Rice Not rated yet
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    If your family loves fried rice at your local Chinese restaurant, try this easy at-home version. With egg and bacon, this is a main course, but if you’d like you can serve smaller portions as a side dish.

    Easy Egg Fried Rice
  • Apple Puff Pancake Not rated yet
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    Cooking one thick pancake in the oven is less fussy than frying individual pancakes in batches on the stove-top. Everyone gets hot pancakes and can eat at the same time.

    Apple Puff Pancake
  • Bulgur and Quinoa Stuffed Peppers Not rated yet
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    If you’ve never tried bulgur before, this vegetarian stuffed pepper is a perfect place to start. Whole wheat berries that have been steamed, dried and crushed, bulgur is high in fibre, B vitamins and iron.

    Bulgur and Quinoa Stuffed Peppers
  • Whole Grain Lemon and Raspberry Pancakes Not rated yet
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    With a box of our wholegrain pancake mix on your kitchen shelf, the breakfast possibilities are endless. Try this raspberry-lemon twist.

    Whole Grain Lemon and Raspberry Pancakes
  • Sweet Potato Flapjacks Not rated yet
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    Baby food sweet potatoes and pancake mix make this flapjack a snap. Freeze leftovers in a zippered plastic bag and pop them frozen in the toaster another day for breakfast.

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  • Toasted Spiced Flatbread with Yogurt Tzatziki Dip Not rated yet
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    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
  • Spinach, Fig and Goat's Cheese Thin Crust Pizza Not rated yet
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    Here’s a delicious pizza topping combo you may never have thought of. Serve with hot pepper flakes on the side, for those who like to spice up their pizza.

    Spinach, Fig and Goat's Cheese Thin Crust Pizza
  • Brown Rice Pudding with Soy Milk and Dried Blueberries Not rated yet
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    Precooked frozen rice is a great short-cut to this brown rice breakfast pudding. Especially welcome on a cold winter morning! Substitute vanilla soy milk and omit vanilla, if you prefer.

    Brown Rice Pudding with Soy Milk and Dried Blueberries
  • Granola-Topped Apricot Yogurt with Skewered Blueberries Not rated yet
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    Yogurt and granola provide the protein your family needs to make it through to lunch. Substitute their favourite jam.

    Granola-Topped Apricot Yogurt with Skewered Blueberries
  • Flax Seed Soda Bread Not rated yet
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    Soda bread is a great accompaniment to soups, and unlike yeasted bread, is easily made. Flaxseed adds nuttiness and essential omega-3 fatty acids. Like all soda breads, this is best eaten within 24 hours of baking when eaten fresh, but older bread also makes great toast.

    Flax Seed Soda Bread
  • Pan Trout with Garlicky Rapini and Brown Rice Not rated yet
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    Rapini is an underused vegetable. Bitter and pungent, it can stand up to a lot of garlic to make a perfect foil for pan-fried trout.

    Pan Trout with Garlicky Rapini and Brown Rice
  • Easy Flax Granola Not rated yet
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    Make home-made granola on Sunday to enjoy all week. Flax is a wonderful source of omega-3 polyunsaturated fat, beneficial to coronary health and brain development. Substitute your favourite nut if desired, such as pecans or walnuts.

    Easy Flax Granola
  • Havarti and Turkey Reuben Not rated yet
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    This twist on a deli classic offers a less fatty option than a traditional Reuben sandwich. If you don’t have a panini press, crisp in a non-stick frying pan over medium heat just like a grilled cheese.

    Havarti and Turkey Reuben
  • Jazzed Up Oatmeal Not rated yet
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    Dress up your morning oatmeal with our dried berry blend and honey, at a fraction of the cost of buying it at a coffee shop.

    Jazzed Up Oatmeal
  • Loaded Baked Potato Not rated yet
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    Fat free Greek yogurt replaces the sour cream typically found in a loaded baked potato. Packed with cheese and turkey bacon, this side dish will complement any entree; or serve it as a hearty lunch all on its own.

    Loaded Baked Potato
  • Gourmet Open Faced Tuna Sandwich Not rated yet
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    Not your ordinary tuna sandwich, this gourmet-inspired main course is a great option for a quick weeknight dinner.

    Gourmet Open Faced Tuna Sandwich
  • Fiesta Quinoa and Black Beans Not rated yet
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    This hearty main dish has a touch of Mexican flair and makes quinoa a little more fun for the family. It will serve 6 as a side dish.

    Fiesta Quinoa and Black Beans
  • Cheesy Breakfast Melts Not rated yet
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    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!

    Cheesy Breakfast Melts
  • Black Bean and Corn Quesadillas Not rated yet
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    Taking less than 15 minutes from start to finish, this quesadilla is perfect after a late night at work.

    Black Bean and Corn Quesadillas
  • Green Eggs on the Run Not rated yet
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    Finding it hard to get the kids to eat green vegetables? Try hiding them in plain sight in this breakfast sandwich- they may like green eggs and ham.

    Green Eggs on the Run
  • Fig & Arugula Tartine Not rated yet
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    A tartine is a French open-faced sandwich, especially one with fancy toppings.

    Fig & Arugula Tartine
  • Mini Raspberry Chocolate Bran Muffins Ratings  (2 Reviews)
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    Throw a handful of frozen raspberries into our chocolate bran muffin mix to mix it up a little- no need to thaw them first.

    Mini Raspberry Chocolate Bran Muffins
  • Wild Mushroom Barley Risotto with Scallops Not rated yet
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    This woodsy risotto would be at home on the menu of a gourmet restaurant. Barley gives a chewier, less creamy risotto than does rice.

    Wild Mushroom Barley Risotto with Scallops
  • Scallops with Garlicky Black-Eyed Peas Not rated yet
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    Black-eyed peas are a good source of calcium, fibre and folate, as well as being low on the glycemic scale.

    Scallops with Garlicky Black-Eyed Peas
  • Chunky Hummus Vegetable Wrap Not rated yet
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    Serve leftover hummus another day with PC Blue Menu tortilla chips or vegetables for dipping.
    Chunky Hummus Vegetable Wrap is first wrap on far left in picture.

    Chunky Hummus Vegetable Wrap
  • Hearty Tofu Caesar Wrap Not rated yet
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    PC Blue Menu Tofu is made from the whole soy bean. Soy is the only complete-protein legume. It’s also low in saturated fat and an excellent source of protein which makes it a great meat alternative.

    Hearty Tofu Caesar Wrap
  • Individual Four-Berry Crumble Not rated yet
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    Frozen berries make berry crumble possible year-round. Picked ripe and juicy, PC frozen berries are always flavourful and fresh.

    Individual Four-Berry Crumble
  • Four Berry Parfait Not rated yet
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    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.

    Four Berry Parfait
  • Pain Perdu with Maple Blueberry Sauce Not rated yet
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    So-named because it can be made with stale bread that would otherwise be lost (perdu), this dish is a brunch classic. It’s low fat as is, but you can dress it up by serving with whipped cream and fresh strawberries if you like.

    Pain Perdu with Maple Blueberry Sauce
  • Pretzel-Crusted Pork Chops Not rated yet
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    Pretzels and mustard are a classic combination. Here we combine them with pork, for a quick-bake pork chop.

    Pretzel-Crusted Pork Chops
  • Honeyed Ricotta with Berries Not rated yet
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    Tired of the same old breakfast cereal? This low-fat breakfast dish is high in protein and provides all the goodness of berries.

    Honeyed Ricotta with Berries
  • Hearty Mushroom Barley Pilaf Not rated yet
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    Barley is high in fibre and low on the glycemic index, making it a great substitute for the usual white rice used in pilaf. Try this side dish with a roast instead of potatoes or rice.

    Hearty Mushroom Barley Pilaf
  • Sea Salted Caramel Popcorn Not rated yet
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    Craving something salty and sweet? This is your snack food! You need a candy thermometer, also a very large saucepan so the boiling sugar does not splatter out of the pan. It’s safest to use a long-handled wooden spoon to stir and wear long sleeves.

    Sea Salted Caramel Popcorn
  • Garlic Cheese Fingers Not rated yet
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    Sure to be a hit with the kids. Serve as an appetizer or alongside their favourite pasta dish.

    Garlic Cheese Fingers
  • Tikka Masala Chicken Not rated yet
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    Often Indian dishes are high in sodium and fat. Here we use plain nonfat yogurt to tenderize and flavour the chicken while keeping salt and fat under control.

    Tikka Masala Chicken
  • Heavenly Breakfast Not rated yet
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    Cooking the oats in milk makes this oatmeal ultra-creamy.

    Heavenly Breakfast
  • Applesauce Bran Loaf Not rated yet
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    Applesauce is the secret to keeping this quick loaf moist, while keeping the fat down.

    Applesauce Bran Loaf
  • Creamy Red Pepper Spread with Dippers Not rated yet
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    Put the kids to work peeling the garlic and juicing the lemon, and prepare for a week’s worth of lunches or after school snacks!

    Creamy Red Pepper Spread with Dippers
  • Ginger Spice Chocolate Chip Cake Not rated yet
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    Yogurt makes this quick snacking cake moist. Like most gingerbread, this one tastes better the next day.

    Ginger Spice Chocolate Chip Cake
  • Apricot Almond Fingers Not rated yet
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    A lovely pick-me-up after an afternoon skating, biking or jogging. Try with a cup of hot chocolate in the winter months! Ground almonds provide 0.84 g omega 6 per cookie.

    Apricot Almond Fingers
  • Cranberry Bran Muffins Not rated yet
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    Make a batch on the weekend, individually wrap and freeze to enjoy all week. Add a yogurt for a nutritious, quick breakfast.

    Cranberry Bran Muffins
  • Chocolate Raspberry Panini Not rated yet
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    A dessert sandwich? Why not! Chocolate and raspberry are a classic combination, even better when served warm in a panini sandwich.

    Chocolate Raspberry Panini
  • Multi-Bran Blueberry Banana Bread Not rated yet
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    A slice of this quick loaf makes an easy and healthy breakfast, that’s even portable. Add a yogurt or glass of milk to make a balanced meal.

    Multi-Bran Blueberry Banana Bread
  • Banana Berry Rolls Not rated yet
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    The perfect after school snack! The kids can even help you make it.

    Banana Berry Rolls