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Baked yam fries are one of my favourite clean eating snacks, and are quick and easy to make. Enjoy as a side dish, snack, or tasty addition to any salad. Contributed by Hannah Elias.
We love this dish and often bring it to social functions where it's always a hit!!
Perfect for a cold winter’s day! I love oatmeal so am including two of my favourite oatmeal recipes
for a super fast, filling, and satisfying breakfast.
Who doesn't love nachos!?! If you don't have all these ingredients, no problem - essentially, simply make your favorite nachos, but replace the chips with sliced potatoes. And if you want even more nutrition-power, you can do this with sliced cauliflower.
Be creative and have fun! Raid your fridge and make it as simple or elaborate as you want. My general rule of thumb is to aim for at least 3 vibrant colors to ensure a variety of nutrients.
Serve with your regular sides such as fresh salsa and guacamole, and a side salad topped with seeds/nuts for a healthy and balanced meal.
This recipe can be made from the leftover melted chocolate dip from the above recipe or made on it's own. Pairs beautifully with chai tea.
This pumpkin recipe was inspired by Looneyspoon authors, Janet and Greta Podleski, and is filled with healthy warming foods & spices. As it is both nutrient and calorie dense, it’s a perfect pre-exercise meal or snack.
This recipe is shared by Crystal, inspired by one a friend of hers passed along. Enjoyed on a cold evening after a run, the flavours were intense and the lentils filling. When we were contributing our favourites, she felt it deserved to make the book. Contributed by Crystal Reynolds.
Katrina started making this soup 20 years ago while at university in Australia. Twenty years later she has yet to tire of it, as she makes it a little differently each time. Not only is it delicious and packed with nutrition, but it’s also her kids’ favourite soup. Contributed by Katrina Walsh-Fraser in dedication to her dear friend Jac.
This was inspired by step-brother Jason and sister-in-law Christina Chalifour. They made a similar marinade for salmon one night and I loved it so much I re-created it. Wonderful on any salad, or as a meat marinade.