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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 or as a quick breakfast during the week. I like to eat it with apple butter or, sometimes, almond butter.

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.

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…

Pumpkin Quinoa Muffins

Quinoa (pronounced keen-wa) is an ancient grain from South America that can be used in place of rice in many recipes. Quinoa is easy to cook and can be eaten warm or cold. Thanks to psyllium, flaxseed and whole-wheat flour, these heart-healthy muffins…

Cinnamon Stovetop Oatmeal with Fresh Berries

Oats are an excellent source of soluble fibre, which helps prolong a feeling of fullness and keep LDL (bad) blood cholesterol levels in check. This recipe uses quick oats so it’s ready in less than 10 minutes, making it a perfect breakfast even for…

Field Berry Almond Pancakes

Thanks to whole grains and almonds, these hearty pancakes serve up a decent amount of fibre and protein, helping you feel satisfied throughout the morning. They're ideal for freezing and popping in the toaster for a quick weekday breakfast (or snack!).

Cinnamon Orange Quinoa Hot Cereal

Quinoa is higher protein, high fibre grain, making it an ideal breakfast that will hold you over until lunch. This thick whole grain porridge is delicious mixed with fresh fruit.