Category: Recipes

Oct 18

Fun and Sophisticated Simple Pumpkin Soup Recipe

Halloween party food can be really fun to make, it’s the time of the year when you can make your food look unappetizing and people will still want to eat it. Children love the thrill of eating what they think is dismembered body parts and ordinary food that has been dyed fun colors. If you …

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Oct 08

3 Sweet and Spooky Treats for Kids Using Herbs and Spices

Kids look forward to Halloween as much as Christmas mainly because sweet treats will be bountiful. This year, try a more nutritious approach for your children by making healthier sweets using fresh herbs and spices. Follow a Halloween theme when decorating the treats for added fun! Find 3 Sweet and Spooky Treats for Kids Using Herbs …

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Sep 30

Warm Up Your Fall With These Apple Cider Recipes

Autumn is often a time of cold, grey weather. Fortunately it is also apple harvest time, and the season for keeping warm with comforting food and drinks. Enjoy reassuring recipes for body and soul featuring Green Mountain Hot Apple Cider Mix in K-Cup pods for the Keurig system, which combine fall pleasures to perfection. Find …

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Sep 17

Frighteningly Fun Halloween Cupcakes

Kids love arts and crafts. Get into the ghoulish spirit of Hallowe’en with this fun cupcake decorating idea. Save time by using a store-bought cake mix and icing. Be sure to make the cupcakes a few hours before so they’re well cooled. Perfect for taking to a Hallowe’en party – or enjoying at home. Recipe …

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Sep 03

Favorite Fall Flavors and Activities Guaranteed to Enhance your Autumn

The air is crisp, kids are back in school and leaves are beginning to change color – fall has arrived! With it comes many possibilities for making amazing memories. From favorite fall flavors to awesome autumn activities, everyone has something to look forward to as the season changes. So what types of things are high …

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Apr 24

Recipe: Indian-Spiced Shrimp Kebobs with Peanut Coconut Pesto

Think sizzle and spice with these shrimp skewers and peanut pesto. Elevate your weeknight dinner routine with these Indian-flavoured kebobs that have a little sweet and a kick of spice. This take on pesto blends peanuts, coriander and coconut for a dipping sauce that is big on flavour, and better for your budget. Find the …

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Feb 07

The Fluffiest Pancake of All Time

Looking to expand your culinary cuisine and try something new? This stacked pancake cake is a simple twist on the classic French dessert, Mille-Crepe Cake. “A traditional mille-crepe cake consists of 20 layers of paper thin crepes, each separated with a dollop of French pastry cream,” says Tom Filippou, executive chef for President’s Choice. “In this lightened …

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Feb 03

Banh Mi Breakfast Bialy

Banh Mi is a culinary fusion of Vietnamese and French flavours. “The popular Vietnamese sandwich is infinitely variable, but always features a profusion of colours and textures, usually includes some form of pork, and often includes a tangy vegetable pickle,” says Tom Filippou, executive chef for President’s Choice. “Dense and chewy bialy buns support all …

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Nov 13

Coffee Recipes To Keep You Warm

During the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, a good cup of coffee can be your best friend. It can help you wake up when it’s dark outside, keep you going on last-minute shopping trips, and nothing beats a heartwarming after-dinner coffee around the table with family. Coffee is the perfect companion to keep …

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Nov 11

Christmas Cookie Recipe: Whole Wheat Gingerbread Cookies

Classic holiday cookie with a healthful twist This traditional festive cookie incorporates whole wheat flour to provide a fiber boost without compromising flavor or texture. Click here for the recipe!