This hearty whole grain muesli is delicious when combined with Greek yogur or kefir and fresh berries.
Use Greek yogurt for extra protein. Or, substitute some of the yogurt with kefir to boost your prebiotic intake. This recipe can also double as a healthy dessert.
Taste testers love this recipe! I like to serve this for brunch when I have overnight guests at my cottage. I sometimes add leftover grilled asparagus. If you don’t have fresh dill on hand, substitute 1 tbsp (15 ml) dried dill. The recipe also…
My vegetarian clients gave this recipe a thumbs-up. Here, tofu replaces the eggs to yield a high-protein breakfast that’s very low in saturated fat.
Leeks are a great substitute for onions. I really like the mild flavour they add to dishes. Here they’re combined with brown mushrooms and Swiss cheese for a decadent-tasting morning meal that’s packed with vitamins E and K and potassium.
Adding mild beans such as navy beans to muffins and quick breads helps boost the fibre content. The combination might sound strange, but once it’s baked you can’t even tell what the secret ingredient is.
This banana split has everything you need for a healthy start to the day - whole grains, fresh fruit and low-fat dairy. Toasting the oats and coconut gives the dish a delicious nutty flavour.
This hearty muesli is delicious when combined with plain or vanilla yogurt and fresh blueberries.
This dense quick bread is packed with oats and is incredibly moist thanks to the applesauce. Enjoy it as a mid-afternoon snack when your energy level is sagging or as a quick breakfast during the week. I like to eat it with a dollop of apple or pear…
This high-fibre, high-protein breakfast will keep you feeling satisfied for hours, especially after a morning workout. It requires little cooking time and it’s an excellent source of cholesterol-lowering soluble fibre.