Keep your healthy eating resolutions with this savoury single crust pie! It has 40% less fat than our PC Deep Dish Chicken Pie, and 54% less sodium. Brush the rim of the baking pan with beaten egg to ensure the pastry sticks to the pan.
Chicken Pot Pie
Crustless Asparagus Quiche
Here’s a quiche that saves you time and carbs- no pastry! It also provides a good amount of healthy omega-3 fats.
Cauliflower Ham and Parmesan Frittata
Using a nonstick frying pan lets you get away with using less fat to cook the frittata. All eggs are a complete source of protein, but omega eggs also benefit heart health and brain development.
Grilled Potato Salad with Caesar Dressing
This take on Caesar uses grilled potatoes instead of romaine. The firm sweetish flesh and lightly charred skins marry perfectly with smoky bacon and garlicky dressing.
Fired Up Sausage and Peppers
Italian-inspired, this hearty barbecue dish is sure to please the meat lovers in your family. Hungry teenagers might appreciate a loaf of crusty bread, served with a ramekin of olive oil and balsamic vinegar for dipping.
Barbecued Chicken Thighs with Sweet Potato Fries
Chicken thighs grill up tender every time, unlike chicken breasts which become dry if overcooked. Thighs are also cheaper than breasts, another bonus.
Cavatappi with Pepperoni
Some of the classic pizza flavours appear in this yummy pasta dish. If some of your family like spice and some don’t, simply put the hot pepper flakes on the table so everyone can add to their own serving, perhaps accompanied by PC 100% Grated Parmesan Cheese, just like they have on the tables of Italian pizza places.
Cranberry Chutney Chicken
Serve this colourful chicken dish with cooked rice to soak up all the delicious sauce.
Organic Rice and Bean Medley Salad
A fabulous vegetarian main course salad. Leftovers make a great lunch.
Artichoke and Asiago Pork
A perfect meal for a small dinner party. Don’t make the cut through the tenderloin too deep - the idea is to get an even thickness when you open it up, so you do not need to pound the meat flat before rolling.