Nothing smells as good as muffins fresh from the oven! Make these scrumptious but healthy treats on the weekend, then wrap individually and freeze to enjoy later in the work week.
Banana Oatmeal Muffins
Berry Blast Soy Breakfast Shake
This meal-in-a glass shake provides 14 g of soy protein. According to Dr. David Jenkins, at the University of Toronto, “Even if your cholesterol numbers are normal, adding a little soy to your diet can help keep them that way."
Mix it up a little! Try strawberries with vanilla yogurt, blueberries with raspberry yogurt, raspberries with mango-passion fruit yogurt.
Blueberry Cornmeal Muffins
A great low-fat breakfast or snack on the run.
Carrot Bran Muffin
Our version of a morning muffin favourite is chockful of carrots and much lower in fat than what you’ll find at most coffee shop counters.
Cheddar Cheese Drop Scones
Mix, drop and bake this easy, cheesy scone. Split and serve warm, with additional butter to melt in. Mmmm!
Chocolate Banana Soy Breakfast Shake
Current research indicates that diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol which include 25 grams of soy protein a day may reduce the risk of heart disease. This meal-in-a glass shake provides 14 g of soy protein.
Crustless Onion Quiche
It's the filling that makes this quiche. This crustless version is satisfyingly cheesy and oniony - and much less complicated to make.
Honeyed Ricotta with Berries
Tired of the same old breakfast cereal? This low-fat breakfast dish is high in protein and provides all the goodness of berries.
Organic Breakfast Mix
Natural almonds still have their skins on them; blanched almonds have had the skins removed. Customize to suit your family’s taste with their choice of pear or apple, with maple syrup or without.