Make a batch of this soup then pack it up into 3 mason jars or airtight containers so you’ve got breakfast or lunch sorted for many days. Each morning you’ll just warm up a portion of this vegetable goodness.
Congee is a staple food in many countries around the world and can be prepared in different ways. It is eaten at any time of the day, but perhaps most popularly served at breakfast.
This delicious breakfast is a fun and tasty twist on your morning oatmeal. For a grab and go option, prepare the night before and refrigerate in an airtight container overnight.
Cornmeal porridge is a staple food in some Indigenous households and is usually enjoyed in the morning. This version of the recipe is prepared with maple water.
This recipe is convenient for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Make a large batch and freeze them for busy days. Serve alongside fresh fruit and whole grain toast!
Loaded with veggies, this egg scramble comes together quickly and easily to make a tasty meal.
Enjoy the sweet aroma of apple pie at breakfast with this creamy, whole grain oatmeal.
This must-try recipe is perfect for breakfast on the run. A soon-to-be favourite, these muffins can do double duty as lunch, as a nice change from sandwiches.
Feel the need for speed in the morning? This super, quick breakfast cooks up in a flash. Prep your veggies the night before to cut down on prep time. Or make the egg mixture the night before, and warm it up on your tortilla in the morning. So simple, so good!
Strawberries are a sweet addition to these easy pancakes. Whip up a batch on the weekend to enjoy through the week for quick breakfasts. Mixing whole wheat flour with allpurpose flour is an easy way to bump up the fibre in your recipes.
Wake up to this delicious French toast. Using bran flakes adds a creative crunch to traditional French toast.
Want to add a real wow factor to your next brunch? With a few simple steps, you can whip up your very own restaurant-worthy poached eggs in five minutes flat.
You can't go wrong with eggs at breakfast, lunch or dinner. For a flavour twist, use different peppers or other greens like arugula or kale.
Making a sheet pan dinner is a simple way to get dinner on the table and reduce food waste by transforming wilting veggies into a delicious meal. Experiment with different vegetables, protein foods, and seasonings!
This recipe helps you make use of leftover bits of food and is a perfect dish to make when you’re cleaning out the fridge. Add your favourite vegetable and serve with a drizzle of chili oil.
Squash, corn, and beans grow well together in the ground, and taste just as good on the plate. These tacos include all three and are deeply satisfying.
Dried lentils, root vegetables, and Cajun seasoning make this recipe a simple and wholesome soup with a kick!
A bowl of this chicken and vegetable soup is sure to warm you up on a chilly day. Try it using any vegetables you have at home.
Squash is a versatile vegetable that can take on any flavour. Try this sweet and savoury recipe as a colourful side dish or over brown rice as a tasty main course.
This stir-fry uses turkey instead of the usual chicken or beef. Try adding any vegetables you have on hand.
A quick marinade adds flavour to lean fish such as trout or whitefish. In this recipe, fish is marinated and served with seasoned vegetables and Indigenous-inspired low bush cranberry relish.
This vegetarian version of Russian Okroshka is prepared with kefir and is perfect for those hot summer days.
This wholesome meal is perfect for a crowd! Serve with a salad or a raw veggie platter.
This burger uses beans and beef to give you the best of both worlds! Serve with a salad to add crunch and colour.
This aromatic and comforting stew will surely become a family favourite! Serve with brown rice or quinoa for a slight nutty flavour.
These tender juicy “meatballs” are surprisingly prepared with chickpeas and mushrooms. This is a great way to introduce plant-based proteins into family classics.
This hearty sauce is full of vegetables and protein. Serve over whole wheat pasta, roasted spaghetti squash, or spiralized vegetable noodles.
This Asian-inspired recipe is full of flavour and your little chefs will surely love it.
This vegetable-packed bowl is the homemade version of your favourite take-out rice bowl. You will learn how to make a quick pickle. Bonus!
These lentil nuggets make the perfect finger food for dipping into a dip like tzatziki, and make a great addition to any meal or snack!
Who said fish tacos needed to be complicated? These delicious tacos are easy to prepare and really fun to eat! Cabbage also works well to replace lettuce if you prefer.
Pair these tasty greens with a protein food (like chicken, beef, fish, tofu) and a whole grain food (like quinoa or whole grain pasta)!
Whip up a batch on the weekend to enjoy throughout the week for a quick breakfast, dinner or snack.
A delicious, hearty soup. You can use any type of canned or dried beans in this recipe.
A Middle Eastern dish that is both delicious and budget-friendly!
This flavourful, bright soup makes for a comforting lunch or delicious starter.
Get a healthy dose of delicious with this colourful salad. Look for quinoa in the grains, organic or natural section of your grocery store. Store this whole grain in the freezer to keep it fresh for a long time.
A hint of curry and cilantro takes this soup up a notch, making it a hands down favourite. This go-to recipe is versatile, so sub in other vegetables to transform it into a brand new soup.
This version is sure to please as it's simple and fast for a weeknight meal. Moist, succulent chicken thighs take this great tasting soup to a whole new level of comfort.
Give mac and cheese a makeover by adding bite-sized vegetables into the creamy sauce. This ooey gooey recipe is sure to be a favourite. Don't have time to cut the vegetables into small pieces? No worries. Cook larger pieces a bit longer until they are tender.
Apples, with their touch of sweetness, are a perfect complement to pork chops. This is a delicious weeknight meal that comes together with little fuss. Serve these pork chops with mashed sweet potatoes or brown rice.
Get a plateful of colour from this comforting casserole made with quinoa and vegetables. The melted cheese topping with its crispy edges makes it simply irresistible.
This sandwich gives leftovers a new lease on life with some serious crunch factor. Use the turkey mixture to make an equally delicious salad. Add a splash of rice vinegar and enjoy.
This tasty recipe is a fun finger food. Using high-fibre breakfast cereal adds the right amount of crunch to the turkey fingers.
These delicious drumsticks are coated in heavenly homemade barbecue sauce. Sweetened with Medjool dates, this is guaranteed to be your go-to sauce. Use it with grilled meats and turn up the heat factor if you like things extra spicy.
This version is sure to please with its fresh taste and colourful hues. Make this salad a day ahead to let the zippy dressing soak into the beans.
Transform an all-time lunch favourite with a little extra colour and crunch. Keep hard-cooked eggs handy in the fridge to whip up these easy sandwiches.
Make the packets the night before or in the morning before going to work. That way, they're ready to place on the grill when you come home.
You can't go wrong with this sizzling combination of steak and veggies. Slice it thinly across the grain so that every bite melts in your mouth. Balsamic vinegar gives beef a rich flavour.
The fresh taste of lemon elevates this chicken sandwich to a whole new level. The taste sensation continues with crisp red pepper and fresh cilantro. This lunch standby goes from ho-hum to hello there.
Add some magic to tofu with this punchy citrus marinade. For an inspired twist to everyday foods, tuck the grilled tofu into a sandwich, serve it up on a bed of greens or add it to soup or pasta salad. The options are endless.
A perfect way to use tomatoes, this refreshing salad is versatile enough to enjoy for lunch, on a picnic, or dinner on the patio with family and friends. Serve it over lettuce leaves for added colour and crunch.
Creamy and colourful, these wraps come together in very little time.
Jump on the whole grain wagon with this flavourful salad. Barley's chewy texture and the nuttiness of wild rice make this salad a win.
This flavourful, colourful salad can be enjoyed any time of year. It's sure to be an instant hit at any picnic or potluck.
Enjoy the sweet hint of honey and fresh thyme in this easy salmon grill with asparagus.
Get your comfort food craving filled with this meal. Get ready for your kitchen to be filled with the rich, mouthwatering aroma of simmering tomato sauce!
Using hard cooked eggs in sandwiches adds protein and a creamy texture to this filling. Switch up your cheese.
This east coast favourite makes for a delicious starter. Or pair it with a salad for a satisfying lunch.
Fill your kitchen with the fragrant aroma of Indian spices and dig into this hearty vegetarian stew.
No one will guess that the secret ingredient in this creamy pasta dish is ricotta. Packed with colourful vegetables, this tasty meal will be a hit.
Change up pizza night by using whole grain tortillas. Tortillas bake up nice and crispy, and are sure to become a favourite.
This must-try chili is so versatile, the possibilities are endless. It can be enjoyed on its own or transformed into other dishes.
These burritos are a great way to enjoy fish. Everyone will love customizing their burrito with colourful veggies.
Here's a fun and colourful recipe! This customizable dish is a tasty and healthy meal that is sure to please.
The smell in your kitchen from this aromatic recipe will be enough to have the neighbours running over for dinner.
The warm aromatic spices will bring the whole family running into the kitchen for dinner.
This chicken dish is tender and full of flavor. Serve it over brown rice or quinoa with a fresh, green salad for a great evening meal.
Corn, beans and squash make this a hearty soup to keep you warm on those cold nights.
The ginger and sesame flavour of this stir-fry will work well with a variety of vegetables.
This smoothie packs vegetables and fruits, protein and whole grain foods. Enjoy it all on its own or alongside some whole grain toast with natural nut or seed butter!
Roasted cauliflower gives a fresh twist to this dip. Serve it with vegetables, whole grain pita or crackers for a delicious snack.
This bread is a great grab-and-go breakfast or snack for busy families. Serve on its own or toasted with nut butter or spread for a delicious start to your day.
This dip is versatile and commonly eaten in the Middle East. It is just as delicious served warm or cold.
These crunchy fruit and nut bars are quick to make on the weekend. Enjoy on busy weekdays!
These nuggets are a healthier version of the beloved fast-food chicken nugget. They will surely win over the hearts of the whole family.
This tasty tart features an unexpected ingredient – tofu. It is easy to prepare and adds a punch of protein to breakfast, snack or dessert.
Set up an assembly line of toppings and go for it! These fun and naturally sweet applewiches are a hit with all ages. They make for the perfect after-school snack, but can be served anytime.
These oat and pumpkin no-bake bites are the perfect snack for on the go, busy days, or lunch kits. With only a few ingredients needed to prepare these, they will surely become a family favourite!
Blender muffins are the best – just throw all of the ingredients into your blender and you’re just about there! Grab one as part of your breakfast or as a snack.
This flavourful fruit salad is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth and makes a great, healthy snack or dessert.
Apples and blueberries are the stars in this irresistible recipe. Enjoy it warm on its own or with a small dollop of yogurt. Perfect for dessert or as a snack with a glass of water, white milk or unsweetened fortified soy beverage.
This dip is perfect to enjoy as a snack with vegetables or whole grain crackers. Use it as a sandwich spread instead of mayonnaise or mustard for an extra hit of protein and fibre.
There's nothing like fruit kebabs to amp up the fun factor. Wow everyone's tastebuds by whipping up a creamy yogurt dip spiked with maple syrup.
Crunchy granola with a hint of maple is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth! While this irresistible recipe makes 10 servings, there's no need to dish it out all at once. Simply make the granola ahead of time, and store in an airtight jar. When you're craving a quick snack, serve up with Greek yogurt and berries.
This recipe takes dip and chips to a whole new level. Pack the dip and chips separately for an on-the-go snack that is out of this world.
These tasty scones are great on the run or at home for breakfast or as a snack.