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.
Tomato Basil Pizzettes
Fig & Arugula Tartine
A tartine is a French open-faced sandwich, especially one with fancy toppings.
Black Bean and Corn Quesadillas
Taking less than 15 minutes from start to finish, this quesadilla is perfect after a late night at work.
Classic Baked Dip
A warm dip is sure to draw a crowd at any gathering. This smoky version is served in a bread bowl, and gets a nice crunch from water chestnuts in the spinach dip.
Brown Rice Salad with Arugula and Feta
Brown rice is lower on the glycemic index than white rice and contains more fibre, meaning it makes you feel full longer. Try this salad for your packed lunches.
Mozzarella and Artichoke Pizza
White pizzas such as this are not tomato-based as are many pizzas and somehow seem more elegant. A rich, quick and easy appetizer.
Rotisserie Chicken and Cranberry Sandwiches
Leftover chicken and cranberry sauce are meant for each other. Using whole wheat tortillas bumps up the fibre.
Creamy Red Pepper Spread with Dippers
Put the kids to work peeling the garlic and juicing the lemon, and prepare for a week’s worth of lunches or after school snacks!
For a truly vegetarian pizza, make sure you use rennet-free cheeses. 1500 calorie plan gets 1 slice serving; 1800 and 2100 calorie plans get 1-1/2 slices.
Creamy Oven Risotto with Prosciutto, Peas and Goat Cheese
This oven method produces a delicious, creamy risotto without all the stirring.