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Smoked Salmon and Dill Frittata

Taste testers loved 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…

Tofu Scramble

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.

Cinnamon Orange Loaf

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.

Applesauce Oat Loaf

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…

Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal

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.

Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins

If have a patch of rhubarb in your backyard, this recipe a great way to use up the famously tart vegetable. If you're buying rhubarb, clean and chop what you don't use and store it in the freezer to make these homemade muffins year-round.

Rosemary Beer Bread

Beer isn’t just for drinking anymore! This simple recipe uses beer instead of yeast, and the result is a dense bread with a ton of flavour. I like to spread it with roasted garlic, and serve it with a hearty soup or vegetarian chili.

Egg White Frittata with Goat Cheese & Red Pepper

This colourful frittata uses egg whites instead of whole eggs, so it’s very low in saturated fat and calories and virtually cholesterol-free. This dish makes for a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner. I also like to use roasted red pepper in this…