Bran Muffins

by Lisa Podlecki, RD

We all know the famous saying “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” but sometimes life (or sleep) can get in the way. We end up missing breakfast or grabbing something quick that leaves us feeling tired or hungry an hour later. A homemade muffin can be a handy, nutrient-packed option when you’re on the go. Pair it with fruit, yogurt, cheese, peanut butter (my favourite!) or a hard-boiled egg to make it a complete meal. Continue reading “Bran Muffins”

Lentil Quesadillas

by Lisa Podlecki, RD

Adding plant-based proteins like lentils is a great way to add variety to your diet and have a meal that is quick and easy to make. Lentils are a great source of protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Combining them with foods rich in vitamin C, like bell peppers, tomatoes and kale, helps to maximize iron absorption. Continue reading “Lentil Quesadillas”

Char’s Banana Bread

by Charmaine Broughton

According to my husband and kids, there’s nothing better than my homemade banana bread. Over the years, I’ve tried swapping super-healthy ingredients for the so-called “not so healthy” ones, but I always come back to my original recipe. I’m a firm believer in the philosophy of “everything in moderation,” including moderation. Hope you and your family enjoy this loaf as much as my gang does! Continue reading “Char’s Banana Bread”