All the flavours you love in Mexican fast food on a pizza crust instead of a tortilla. If you have a pizza paddle, this is the time to use it! It makes transferring the assembled pizza to the oven rack a cinch.
Tomato Basil Pizzettes
These mini pizzas are sure to be a hit with your toddler. If your toddler likes cooked broccoli, peas or spinach, add them before baking.
Wholesome Chicken Carrot and Brown Rice Puree
If you’re making chicken breasts for the entire family, throw an extra one on to use in this pureed baby food. Alternatively, you can use leftover roast chicken or poached chicken breast. Chicken is often one of the first meats recommended for babies’ diets, as it is easily digested.
Silky Quinoa and Squash
Make quinoa for supper and pull out 1 cup of it to make this dinner for baby. Quinoa is an ancient grain that is high in protein. Store leftovers in individual portion sizes for use in the following days; freezing it in ice cube trays makes for easy portioning later on. Don’t give up if your child doesn’t seem to like quinoa, or any other specific food- you need to expose children to a new flavour up to ten times before they take to it.
Ultimate Chicago-Style Hot Dog
Just like with an actual street hot dog, the sodium level makes this a very occasional indulgence. But when you do treat yourself, it’s delicious!
Maple Baked Beans
If you love our Memories of Dad’s Grill sauce, this if the recipe for you! Stove top “baked” beans are faster than making the traditional dried beans baked in the oven.
Warm Fingerling Salad
Delicious warm or at room temperature, this salad is a perfect accompaniment to barbecued foods.
Black bean dip and coriander give our appetizer slider a Mexican feel, perfect with a cold cerveza. You can easily double or triple this recipe to serve a crowd.
Roasted Red Pepper and Feta Dip
A sure-fire way to impress guests, served with PC Multigrain Pita Chips.
Hearty Vegetarian Quinoa Chili
This healthy vegetarian chili is sure to satisfy thanks to quinoa which is a complete source of protein. Seed the jalapeno first if you like a milder chili; leave the seeds in if you like things hot.